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Crewboat built for FSRU operations delivered

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Incat Crowther has released a statement announcing the successful delivery of the Summit PSA 5, a 25 m monohull crewboat that will transport both personnel and light cargo to and from a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU).

The vessel was built by Singapore-based shipbuilder Lita Ocean, and is owned and operated by Singapore-based PSA Marine. It is powered by two MAN D2842 LE410 marine engines rated at 809 kw at 2100 rpm driving two fixed pitch propellers. The vessel has a full load speed in excess of 26 knots, easily exceeding the contract requirement of 25 knots.

The vessel’s tank capacities include 11 000 litres of fuel oil, as well as 5000 litres of fresh water.

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