Crew Transfer Vessel (CTV)Price € To be discussed
Available for sale: Crew Transfer Vessel (CTV)
M&H Number: 7014
Survey: WA Department of Transport 1B (coastal waters within 100 Miles offshore)
Type: Aluminium Ferry
Year Built: 2013
Use: Crew Transfer Vessel (CTV)
Length (overall): 18.00 m
Breadth: 6.0 m
Draft (full loaded): 0.48 m
Deadweight: 7.25 T
Engine: Caterpillar C18 (651 BkW @ 2200 RPM 873 H.P. ‘D’ rated
Gearbox: ZF 500 Ratio 1:1
Propulsion: Hamilton Jets HJ 403
Engine Rating: 651 KW
Fuel: 4,000 litres
Need more information about this Crew Transfer Vessel (CTV) or a data sheet? Please not hesitate to contact us.
Our vision is to be on- and offshore equipments’ most customer and project centric company; to build a platform where organisations in the marine industry can come to find and discover any equipment they may need to successfully run, complete and expand their maritime operations and projects.
Our names was inspired by the Mantis shrimp, a small shrimp with extraordinary unmatchable powers. For instance, the eyes of the Mantis shrimp are among the most advanced eyes in the animal kingdom. With lots of small eye parts moving in different directions. Where humans have binocular vision, each one of the Mantis shrimp’s eye creates three separate images, resulting into a trinocular eyeball. The Mantis shrimp has two of these eyeballs, meaning it’s senocular. Human eyes can detect three colour wavelengths, the Mantis shrimp can detect twelve, nine more than the human eyes.
We believe in unburdening and relieving our customers from any equipment distress by offering excellent, innovative, straightforward, flexible and customer-tailored maritime equipment solutions. Inspired by the extraordinary vision capabilities of the Mantis shrimp, we intend to serve our customers by exploring the globe and conducting worldwide searches to track beneficial opportunities that serve any of our customers’ equipment needs.
As son of an “inland navigator”, Pieter Korterink, founder of Mantis Marine, was literally born and raised on waters. In his early years, he used to travel with his parents within the european waters transporting a multiplicity of goods.
Throughout his professional career, Pieter Korterink remained rooted in his maritime family background and experiences as he advanced his career occupying positions primarily in International Business Development for organisations in the maritime industry. As a maritime professional, he geared his focus and expertise towards fundamentally understanding the needs of organisations operating in the maritime industry and serving them with tailor made innovative solutions. Instinctively, it is his commitment to serving these organisations that led to the foundation of Mantis Marine. Consistently, Mantis Marine serves as the new found platform through which Pieter Korterink is dedicated to understanding the needs of customers operating in the maritime industry and serve them with stellar maritime solutions.