Research work DDL Tug Halmar

This vessel is ideal for HIGH VOLUME personnel transfers, tug/towing operations, dive support, Hydrographic surveys, and cargo delivery. Below deck offers a fully enclosed cabin with a fully equipped galley, table seating, and washroom facilities. 

Helicopter rescue training drill with DDL

Official Number:  312703 Bow Thruster:  12 inch 30 hp
Port of Registry:  Halifax, Nova Scotia Bollard Pull:  3 ton
Gross Tonnage:  27.66 Range:  62 hours @ full power
POB:  28 (+3 Crew)  Crane:  Boom 1000 lbs
Length:  46 ft Deck Winch:  3 Ton Hydraulic
Beam:  15 ft  A-Frame:  2 Ton SWL 
Draft:  4.5 ft Width at bottom of frame:  9 feet 
Speed:  10 knots Width at top of frame:  6.5 feet
Fuel Capacity:  500 Gallons Overboard Reach: 5 feet
Engine:  Detroit Diesel 350 hp    
Navigation   Safety

In the event of an emergency, this vessel has been fitted with the required safety gear to accommodate a total of 31 personnel onboard.

4kW Furuno Radar   31 Adult lifejackets / 3 child  
Furuno GP-37 GPS   10 Work vests  
ComNav 2001 Auto Pilot   31 Survival suits  
2 kW Koden Radar    1 X 12-person liferaft  
7 inch Search Light   1 X 25-person liferaft  
Sitex CVS-106 Sounder   Emergency flares  
    Fire extinguishers  
    2 x 43lb FM-200 Fire suppression systems  
    2” Fire pump / Deck water hose  
Rescue training from the DDL Tug Halmar