The remit from the design stage for the Manor Venture was to build a vessel that provided a flexible base to undertake a range of offshore works.

Michael James, Marine Superintendent

Pushing the boundaries for offshore multi-purpose vessels

The state-of-the-art vessel has been designed with a view to maximising the accommodation, deck space and load carrying capacity, whilst at the same time minimising overall weight and maintaining speeds of up to 25 knots.

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Large fuel capacity of 40t for less frequent re-fuelling

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Dedicated onboard survey suite for a range of survey ops

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Rapid re-fuelling system for temporary power generators

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Bow and Stern fenders for optional cargo transfer

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Deck area of 127m2 with high specification crane

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Seating for 12 passengers for high-speed transfer

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Accommodation for 4 crew and 8 project personnel

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Central deck moon-pool for diving operations

Specification

Manor Venture Hull

Hull

Manor Venture Main Deck

Main Deck

Manor Venture Bridge

Bridge


General Specification:

Length Overall: 26.04m / Beam: 10.90m

Maximum Draft: 2.16m @ displacement of 120t

Construction Material: Aluminium

Aft Deck Space: 100m2 / Fwd Deck Space: 27m2

Maximum Speed: 25 knots

Classification:

Class Notation: +100A1 SSc Catamaran, HSC, Workboat G3

Flag: UK MGN280 Category 1

Operating Area: 150nm from safe haven

Personnel: 12 pax / 6 crew

Machinery:

Main Engines: 2 x MAN D2862 LE466

Gearbox: 2 x ZF-Marine, 3050

Auxillary Sets: 1 x 66kVA & 1 x 41kVA generators

Deck Crane: 1 x BS-TMC 230M4

Bow Thrusters: Hercules 2 x 65hp