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Ocean Xplorer Global 

Global Expedition Yacht

  • Boat Name: Ocean Xplorer Global
  • Year: 2011
  • Current Price: US$ 65,000,000 Tax Paid
  • Located in Tampa, FL
  • Hull Material: Steel
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Twin diesel
  • YW# 79795-3556945



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Conversion
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The Offshore Vessel
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Offshore hull in-build
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L.P Designed Shadow Boat
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Fuhrmmann & Ochoa design 100-meter
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Kirilloff & Assoc. Design 100-meter
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OSV Bridge
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OSV Bridge 2
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OSV Bridge 3

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:


Boat Name
Ocean Xplorer Global

Specs
Builder: Edison Chouest
Warranty: 6 months
Flag of Registry: United States

Dimensions
LOA: 330 ft 0 in
Beam: 60 ft 0 in
Length on Deck: 176 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 8 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 16 ft 0 in

Engines
Engine 1:
Year Built: 2011
Engine Model: 2,500 kW Variable Speed
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Pod Drive
Engine 2:
Year Built: 2011
Engine Model: 2,500 kW Variable Speed
Drive Type: Pod Drive

Cruising Speed: 14 knots
Maximum Speed: 16 knots

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (38031 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (237874 Gallons)

Accommodations
Number of single berths: 46
Number of heads: 28


Engines
  • Generators - 

    Four (4) x 1,700 kW (3512C CATS)

  • Electric motors - 

    Two (2) 2,500 kW Variable Speed Electric Motors (Rolls-Royce)

    Bow thrusters - 

    Two (2) 1,050 kW Tunnels (Electric Driven)

    Stern Thrusters - 

    Two (2) 800 kW Tunnels (Electric Driven)

    Emergency - 

    One (1) x 425 kW (CAT C18) Emergency

     

     


Electronics and Dynamic Positioning DP2

Marine Technologies Bridge Mate DP System (DP 2)

Bridge Mate Dynamic Positioning The Bridge Mate Dynamic Positioning (DP) concept is based on a distributed architecture that emphasizes both redundancy and segregation philosophies. The robust design is important on vessels where a service and system specialist is not at hand 24 hours a day, every day. In addition to distributed operator stations and DP control computers, the Bridge Mate system has distributed thruster and sensor interface units based on a stand-alone IO unit specially designed for use on DP vessels. The distributed architecture reduces the cable installation considerably. Each interface unit can be placed close to the thrusters, the reference systems and the sensors to be interfaced. The design of the interface unit makes the Bridge Mate system well suited for retrofit and upgrading within all equipment classes. 

Bridge Mate DP 2 System A DP 2 system is composed of the same modules as a DP 1 system, but the number of modules have been increased for redundancy in order to comply with Class 2 rules. A DP 2 system will use three control computers and, typically, two operator stations. Using three control computers makes it possible to perform majority voting between the computers, and to reject a computer should it fail. The number of IO units is typically much higher on a DP 2 system, as there will be a dedicated IO unit for each set of sensors, each position reference system, power source and each thruster. This configuration is used to provide redundancy at all levels to make sure that any single failure will not result in loss of position. The compact design and distributed architecture makes the system well suited for retrofit. Upgrading from a DP 1 to a DP 2 system is an easy process since the same hardware modules are used for both types of systems, only different in the number of units used. Figure 2 shows a typical DP 2 configuration, where all the modules are connected via a redundant, dual network.

 

Bridge Mate Integrated Bridge System

The Bridge Mate Integrated Bridge System (IBS) concept is based on segregated architecture comprising a dual redundant network, flexible console and monitor solutions, and extremely durable marine-approved computers without fans or hard disks. The Bridge Mate IBS is designed to optimize the human-machine interface, taking into account that different information is required depending on the type of operation at hand. All applications, such as ARPA radar, ECDIS, conning, ICAS, cameras, sensor control and monitoring, etc., are readily available on any Multi-Function Workstation (MFW), giving the operator unique redundancy and flexibility. As an option, Marine Technologies (MT) offers secure satellite communication solutions for remote diagnostic and monitoring of IBSfunctions, enhancing operations and enabling more cost efficient system maintenance. MT has targeted the offshore market, but the Bridge Mate IBS is adaptable to the requirements of all sea-going ship types. It is designed to meet all International Maritime Organization (IMO) and classification societies' requirements, all the way up to one-man bridge operation.

Operator Benefits
  • Smart route planning
  • One-man bridge operation
  • Track control system and automatic route keeping
  • Custom integration with other systems
  • High grade of application redundancy
  • Sensor redundancy and redundant network ensuring data integrity and reliability
  • Increased safety of operation
  • Online ordering of charts, chart corrections and weather forecasts via ship communication
  • Touch screen - ease of operation

The Bridge Mate Integrated Bridge System is designed for easy operation to allow maximum time for observation and decision making. This is particularly apparent in the MT ARPA radar and ECDIS systems. These systems have the same intuitive user interface, panel layout and menu system. Route plans, charts, radar video and sensor information are shared throughout the Bridge Mate IBS.

Multi-Function Workstation

All navigational data is available on all MFW stations, including:

  • Heading control system
  • Chart maintenance
  • Route management
  • Conning display with track information
  • ECDIS with ARPA radar overlay
  • ARPA radar target information available on ECDIS

In addition to navigational information, the MFW stations may also include control of the following applications:

  • ICAS
  • DPS
  • Cameras
  • Thruster/Propulsion Control
Bridge Mate IBS Advantages For Ship Owners
  • Flexibility in layout and design of the bridge
  • Standardization of hardware platform and software
  • Reduction in the amount of onboard spare parts
  • Ease of repair
  • Excellent maintainability
  • Simple upgrades throughout life cycle
  • No single point of failure
  • Dual network redundancy
  • Multifunction redundancy in navigation system
  • Availability of single-installation electronic charts for all Multi-Function Workstations
  • Reduced system upgrade times and maintenance cost through remote access/diagnostics (optional)
For Shipyards
  • Flexibility in choice of equipment
  • Dedicated displays and computers according to customer preference
  • Attractive ergonomic consoles
  • Reduction in cabling (cost efficient)
  • Reduction in number of control panels, keyboards and switches
  • Smaller consoles

Classification

ABS - Maltese Cross A1 (Hull)
ABS - Maltese Cross AMS (Machinery) Loadline
ABS - Maltese Cross DPS-2
ABS - Maltese Cross ACCU (Automation) Maltese Cross FiFi 1 (Firefighting) ABS - ABS - Protected Oil Tanks
ABS Oil Recovery Capability Class 1

USCG Subchapter L (OSV) and I (Cargo)

USCG COI Authority to Recover Oil

SOLAS Cargo Ship

MARPOL Current

 


Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.



Last Revised: May 14, 2020


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