Nehir is one of the tug builder and operator’s fleet vessels and is based on the TS 22/40 design from Canadian naval architects Robert Allan Ltd. Built in 2003, it measures 22,5m LOA, with a moulded beam of 8,2m and navigational draft of 3,54m. Powered by two 825kW main engines, Nehir can achieve a bollard pull of 30 tonnes and a speed ahead of 12,5 knots. The vessel has a fuel oil capacity of 52,2m3.
Sırapınar XVI is a modern state-of-the-art RAmparts 2200 Class ASD Tug, exclusively designed in partnership with Sanmar by Robert Allan Ltd. built at Sanmar’s cutting-edge Tuzla Shipyard in 2020, the 22m-long tug can achieve 50 tonnes of bollard pull via its CAT 3512C main engines that produce a total of 3,000kW of power. The MLC-compliant Sırapınar XVI has Schottel FP azimuth thrusters and is equipped with a split drum forward towing winch and external fire-fighting capability.
The RAmparts 2200, denoted as Sırapınar Class by Sanmar, is the powerful little sister of the Turkish shipyard’s highly successful RAmparts 2400-SX Bogacay series of tugs.
Sırapınar XVI and Nehir will operate alongside other Arpas tugs in İskenderun Bay on Turkey’s Mediterranean coast.
Sırapınar XVI and Nehir are the fourth and fifth tugboats that Arpas has bought from Sanmar. The previous three tugs were all variants of the successful Ulupınar Series, which Sanmar discontinued earlier this year in favour of its new range of technologically advanced tug designs.
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