Islay

172T BP/ 14790 BHP/ Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessel

Vessel Specific Characteristics

The Islay is a 2002 built DP 0 offshore vessel, with 172 t bollard pull and space for over 5000 metres of 77 mm wire on the main drum, she is one of the largest AHTSV's operating in the Caspian region. Specifically built for offshore operations, the Islay can tow, transport containerized cargo, bulk materials (mud, cement, brine etc), act as an ROV platform or lay and/or recover anchors. Used extensively during the Shah Deniz 2 pipeline installation project in water depths up to 150 m for a wide variety of roles.

General Data

Type                                       

Year built / Place of build

Class  

Flag                                               

Port of registry

Call sign

IMO number 

Bollard Pool

Anchor Handling Tug Supply vessel

2002/ Ferguson, Glasgow, UK

1A1 Tug Supply Vessel SF EO DK (+) HL (2.5)   

Azerbaijan                                       

Baku

4JME

9246073

172T (last certified 160.8T)

Dimensions

Length overall                           

Breadth

Moulded depth

Summer Draft

Freeboard at Summer Draft

Gross Tonnage

Net Tonnage 

Deadweight

Deck Strength 

Deck Strength               

74.75 m                

16 m

7.6 m

6.50 

1.118 m 

2544 t

832 t

2665 t

5 t per m2

10 t per m2 aft of frame 30                 

Capacities

Fuel Oil

Fresh Water

Drill Water

Ballast

Brine

Mud

Base oil

Dry Bulk

Deck Area

887 m3

594 m3 (559 Cargo, 35 Domestic)

128.6 m3

895 m3

382.18 m3

418.14 m3

128.38 m3

4 x 60.6 m3

381 m2 / 28 m x 13 m

Propulsion

Main Engines                                                         

Bow Thruster                                                         

Stern thruster                                                  

Bollard Pull                                                            

Rudders                                    

2 Wartsila 12V 32, 2x 5520 kW

2 x 735 kw CPP tunnel

1 x 735 kw CPP tunnel

160.8

Twin Ulstein high lift rudders

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