Standard Boats

These are our workhorses. A range of five tough, hardworking boats used by clients all over the world for a multitude of tasks. From the robust, agile Wave 600 to the far-ranging and meticulously-designed 26 m Windfarm Service Vessel, our standard boats are all based on Alnmaritec’s highly successful Wave Train platform with a catamaran hull, designed to give you stability and safety throughout the life of your boat. Whatever tasks you undertake, these boats will take you wherever you need to go.

  • Standard Range includes 6 m, 9 m, 12 m, 16 m and 26 m craft
  • Roles
    • 600 - small utility boat, flood response, firefighting , harbour duties, oil spills, etc.
    • 900 & 1200 - Line handling
    • 1600 - Crew transfer and Logistics
    • 2600 - Windfarm Service Vessel
Standard Boats Range
  • 600

    600

    General Description

    • The Survey 600 is an Aluminium asymmetric catamaran
    • The hull formation is a displacement symmetrical catamaran with a swim bow and no deadrise on the pontoon hulls.

    Principal Information

    Length overall
    : 5.80m
    Beam overall
    : 2.30m
    Draught (light)
    : 0.175m
    Displacement (light)
    : 1500kg
    Pay Load
    : 200kg
  • Wave Handler 900

    Wave Handler 900
    • The Wave Handler 900 is an Aluminium asymmetric catamaran based upon the highly successful Alnmaritec ‘Wave Train’ hull form
    • Each of the two hulls is constructed on Marine Grade Alloy and divided into watertight compartments.
    • The foredeck is arranged for personnel access via an access ladder. The wheelhouse shelter is sited well forward to leave a large working deck aft which has a substantial towing post and capstan fitted.
    • The deck is protected by bulwarks all round although it is open at the aft end for towing purposes.
    • The wheelhouse can be open or enclosed with a seating area consisting of two folding bench seats for a total of 6 persons plus a helmsman. It houses the main console with engine controls, navigation and communication equipment. Air-conditioning or heating can be provided to cope with local the environmental conditions.
    • The deck is fitted with a 2 Tonne bi-directional capstan with a speed of 21 meters per minute is provided for line operations. This unit is mounted onto a tow post/plinth with locker door to provide an above-decks stowage space.
  • Wave Handler 1200

    Wave Handler 1200
    • The Wave Handler 1200 is an Aluminium asymmetric catamaran based upon the highly successful Alnmaritec ‘Wave Train’ hull form
    • Each of the two hulls is constructed on Marine Grade Alloy and divided into watertight compartments.
    • The foredeck is arranged for personnel access with via an access ladder. The wheelhouse shelter is sited well forward to leave a large working deck aft which has a substantial towing post and capstan fitted.
    • The deck is protected by substantial bulwarks all round although it is open at the aft end for towing purposes.
    • The wheelhouse can be open or enclosed area with seating consisting of two folding bench seats for a total of 6 persons plus helm and crew seats around the main console which houses engine controls, navigation and communications equipment. Air conditioning or heating can be provided in this to suit the environmental conditions.
    • The deck is fitted with a 2 Tonne bi-directional capstan with a speed 21 meters per minute for line operations. This unit is mounted onto a tow post/plinth and fitted with 6 tonne on load release hook.
  • Logistics Craft

    Logistics Craft
    • The proposed vessel is an Aluminium catamaran hull based upon the Alnmaritec ‘Wave Commander’ hull form and is designed to operate up to 60 miles from a safe haven.
    • There is a single wheelhouse, situated forward at the working deck level. The accommodation is fitted with a small W.C. and a galley and has seating for twelve passengers. The forward area of the wheelhouse has seating for the coxswain and crew and houses all control, navigation and communication instrumentation.
    • The foredeck is arranged to facilitate the transfer of personnel to ship’s boarding ladders.
  • Windfarm Service Vessel

    Windfarm Service Vessel
    • The vessel is an aluminium catamaran hull based upon an MSS Studio Sculli hull form developed in partnership with Alnmaritec Ltd and is designed to operate up to 150 miles from a safe haven.
    • There is a superstructure with an elevated wheelhouse situated aft of amidships. The lower portion of the superstructure is arranged with the passenger/technicians area that includes 12 HSC approved seats, galley, mess area, lockers and a WC compartment. The accommodation unit at main deck level is outfitted with a wet room, complete with wet locker and seats for dressing (see also below).
    • The elevated wheelhouse provides accommodation for 3-4 crew in three independent cabins (option for single cabin for the captain). A second option provides room for 3-4 crew plus 3-4 guests, in four separate cabins each with en-suite toilet.
    • The steering area is in the forward section of the elevated wheelhouse. The wheelhouse is fitted with large forward facing windows and side windows which are partially “floor to ceiling” for clear side view.
    • The control station, chart table and navigation equipment will comply with class requirements.
    • The main deck is arranged to carry cargo and equipment in a variety of forms and the foredeck is arranged to facilitate the transfer of personnel to wind turbine-boarding ladders. The forward deck is arranged to accept two 20’ containers and the aft deck is arranged to accept a 10’ container. The orientation of the containers has been carefully considered to allow free access and easy opening of the doors.