SURVEY BOAT RSH 49-36

Compact Survey Craft RSH 49-36 was delivered to Romona in May 2012. It has catamaran type aluminum hull. The boat was designed and manufactured using the special project developed by Romona taking into account the experience of navigating small hydrographic boats in previous years. Light weight and compact design, allow to carry the boat by rail, road and sea transportation to any work site. New catamaran has water-jet propulsion which allowed to reduce draft to the minimal value. Built-in survey equipment, such as singlebeam and multibeam echosounders. The boat equipped with the following emergency equipment: fire alarm, life raft, life immersion suits. This boat combines mobility, functionality and safety.

Survey launch is capable to perform a wide spectrum of hydrographical and geophysical surveys at shallow water areas. The survey launch can be effectively used during surveys near offshore platforms and structures.

Specifications:

Year built 2012
Registration number RSH 49-36
Hull type Catamaran
Overall / waterline length (m) 5.7 / 4.8
Beam (m) 2.4
Draft (m) 0.4
Maximum wave height (m) 1,0
Weight (kg) 3000
Fuel tanks capacity (l) 500
Maximum speed (knots) 12
Maximum crew 3 persons

Engines:

2 х diesel engines STEYR МО 94 К33, Waterjets – Alamarin Jet 180.

Auxiliary and safetyequipment:

  • Diesel generator KOHLER (240V, 6,5kW, 50Hz);
  • UHF radio station;
  • Magnetic compass;
  • Radar;
  • GNSS receiver;
  • Fire alarm;
  • Life raft – Viking 4UKL;
  • 4 x Life immersion suits.

 

Survey equipment:

  • Two independent positioning systems working in differential and RTK modes(GPS/GLONASS);
  • Survey data acquisition sytem – QINSy;
  • UHF Telemetry system;
  • Wireless system (Wi-Fi) capable to transfer survey data to the shore or mother vessel;
  • Navigation inertial system Applanix POS MV 320E, collecting position, heading roll/pitch/heave data;
  • Multibeam echosounder R2Sonic 2022;
  • Singlebeam echosounder ODOM Echotrac 3200 MKlll;

The following equipment can be deployed/towed over the side:

  • Side Scan Sonar;
  • Magnetometer;
  • Sub-bottom profiler;
  • Eye-ball ROV.

 

SURVEY BOAT RSH 47-92

Survey Catamaran was built in 2010. The boat was designed and manufactured using the special project developed by Romona. It has catamaran type aluminum hull. Engineering solutions allow reducing draft to the minimal value and install different types of survey equipment in four moonpools – multibeam and singlebeam echosounders, side scan sonar, sub bottom profiler, etc. Special Davit was installed on the mother-vessel for safe launching and recovery of the Survey Catamaran.

Survey launch is capable to perform wide spectrum of hydrographical and geophysical surveys at shallow water areas. The survey launch can be effectively used during surveys near offshore platforms and structures.

Specifications:

Name Miss Shelley
Year built 2010
Registration number RSH-47-92
Hull type Catamaran
Overall / waterline length (m) 8.0/7.78
Beam (m) 3.2
Draft (m) 0.4
Maximum wave height (m) 1,5
Weight (kg) 4200
Fuel tanks capacity (l) 600
Maximum speed (knots) 12
Maximum crew 5 persons

Engines:

• 2 х diesel engines STEYR 144 BHP c/w Mercruiser Bravo ll Sterndrive

Auxiliary equipment:

  • Diesel generator KOHLER (240V, 9kW, 50Hz);
  • UHF radio station;
  • Magnetic compass;
  • Radar;
  • GNSS receiver;
  • 4 x moonpools for hydrographic and geophysical equipment
  • 3-m boom with SWL 250 kg;

 

Survey equipment:

  • Two independent global satellite positioning systems working in differential and RTK modes (GPS/GLONASS);
  • Survey data acquisition system – QINSy;
  • UHF Telemetry system;
  • Wireless system (Wi-Fi) capable to transfer survey data to the shore or mother vessel;
  • Inertial navigation system Applanix POS MV 320E, providing position, heading roll/pitch/heave data;
  • USBL system Tracklink 1500HA;
  • Multibeam echosounder R2Sonic 2024;
  • Singlebeam echosounder ODOM CV100;
  • Sub-bottom profiler;
  • Side Scan Sonar Edgetech 4125
  • Magnetometer Geometrics G-882;
  • Seaeye Falcon ROV.