One2three Naval Architects: Designers of Monohulls, Catamarans and Trimarans

17m Ambulance Vessel

The vessel is intended to operate a high-frequency ambulance  service in partially smooth waters from Gladstone Harbour to Curtis Island, transferring ambulance patients to land-based Ambulance facilities. The highly efficient hull shape allows high speeds and low washes to be achieved in an environmentally sensitive area. The catamaran form allows a roomy main cabin whilst maintaining the sleek underwater shape.

 

 

Hull Dimensions

Length, overall:
Length, waterline:
Beam, moulded:
Depth, moulded:
Draught:

17.4 m
15.3 m
6.00 m
2.10 m
0.76 m

Details

Class:

Structural Design:
Built:
Launched:
Name:

NSCV 2D

Lloyds SSC (G3)
Aluminium Boats Australia
January 2012

Duffy

Capacities

Passengers:

Crew:
Fuel:
Fresh Water:
Sullage:

12

3

2,000 litres
250 litres
250 litres

Propulsion

Main Engines:

 

Gearbox:

Waterjets:

Speed:

2 x Scania DI-12-69M

(515 kW @ 2,300 rpm)

2 x Twin Disc 5114SC

Hamilton HJ364

35 knots