Cargo gear

Cargo gear

Union purchase rig

Union purchase rig  1.portal mast (or portal derrick post), 2.cross tree (or upper transverse beam), 3.derrick boom positioned over the hatch (inboard boom), 4.derrick boom positioned outside the ship (outboard boom), 5.derrick heel gooseneck fitting, 6.derrick head fitting, 7.cargo winches, 8.cargo runners (or married falls), 9.cargo triangle plate, 10.cargo hook, 11.slings, 12. fixed (or standing) span ropes, 13.mast head span fitting, 14.schooner guy tackle (or boom head guy tackle), 15.preventer (or standing) guys, 16.slewing guy tackles (or vang tackles), 17.upper slewing guy pendants, 18.lower slewing guy pendants, 19.belaying (or horn) cleat, 20.deck eyeplates,
1.portal mast (or portal derrick post),
2.cross tree (or upper transverse beam),
3.derrick boom positioned over the hatch (inboard boom),
4.derrick boom positioned outside the ship (outboard boom),
5.derrick heel gooseneck fitting,
6.derrick head fitting,
7.cargo winches,
8.cargo runners (or married falls),
9.cargo triangle plate,
10.cargo hook,
11.slings,
12. fixed (or standing) span ropes,
13.mast head span fitting,
14.schooner guy tackle (or boom head guy tackle),
15.preventer (or standing) guys,
16.slewing guy tackles (or vang tackles),
17.upper slewing guy pendants,
18.lower slewing guy pendants,
19.belaying (or horn) cleat,
20.deck eyeplates,

Twin span tackle derrick for heavy loads

Twin span tackle derrick for heavy loads  1.portal mast (or portal derrick post), 2.cross tree (or upper transverse beam), 3.mast head cargo lead block bearing bracket, 4.mast head span bearing bracket, 5.mast head span lead block bearing bracket, 6.king post, 7. heavy derrick boom 8.derrick head span fitting, 9.derrick head cargo fitting, 10.derrick heel fitting, 11.gooseneck trunnion, 12.cargo winch, 13.cargo runner (or cargo rope, or hoisting rope, lifting rope, or cargo fall), 14.mast head cargo lead block, 15.cargo lead block trunnion, 16.derrick head built-in sheave 17.shackles, 18.upper cargo (purchase) block (or derrick head cargo (purchase) block), 19.lower cargo block (or lower cargo purchase block), 20.becket, 21.ramshorn hook, 22.cargo tackle, 23.span winches (used also for slewing motions), 24.span ropes, 25.mast head span lead block, 26.span lead block trunnion, 27.derrick head span (purchase) block (or lower span (purchase) block), 28.span triangle plate, 29.swivel, 30.span block trunnion, 31.double connecting fork, 32.mast head span (purchase) block (or upper span (purchase) block), 33.span/slewing tackles,
1.portal mast (or portal derrick post),
2.cross tree (or upper transverse beam),
3.mast head cargo lead block bearing bracket,
4.mast head span bearing bracket,
5.mast head span lead block bearing bracket,
6.king post,
7. heavy derrick boom
8.derrick head span fitting,
9.derrick head cargo fitting,
10.derrick heel fitting,
11.gooseneck trunnion,
12.cargo winch,
13.cargo runner (or cargo rope, or hoisting rope, lifting rope, or cargo fall),
14.mast head cargo lead block,
15.cargo lead block trunnion,
16.derrick head built-in sheave
17.shackles,
18.upper cargo (purchase) block (or derrick head cargo (purchase) block),
19.lower cargo block (or lower cargo purchase block),
20.becket,
21.ramshorn hook,
22.cargo tackle,
23.span winches (used also for slewing motions),
24.span ropes,
25.mast head span lead block,
26.span lead block trunnion,
27.derrick head span (purchase) block (or lower span (purchase) block),
28.span triangle plate,
29.swivel,
30.span block trunnion,
31.double connecting fork,
32.mast head span (purchase) block (or upper span (purchase) block),
33.span/slewing tackles,

Deck crane

Deck crane    1.crane pedestal (or crane cohimn, or crane post), 2.bolted connection, 3.fixed lower structure, 4.superstructure (or crane body, or revolving super- structure), 5.slewing ring, 6.driving cab, 7.jib (or crane boom), 8.jib heel pin or boom heel pin, 9.luffing (or topping) cylinder, 10.cargo runner (or hoisting rope, or lifting rope), 11.jib head built-in cargo sheaves, 12.crane top built-in cargo sheaves, 13.cargo winch, 14.rope terminal (thimble), 15.shackle, 16.swivel, 17.link, 18.cargo hook (C-hook, or Liverpool hook),

1.crane pedestal (or crane cohimn, or crane post),
2.bolted connection,
3.fixed lower structure,
4.superstructure (or crane body, or revolving super- structure),
5.slewing ring,
6.driving cab,
7.jib (or crane boom),
8.jib heel pin or boom heel pin,
9.luffing (or topping) cylinder,
10.cargo runner (or hoisting rope, or lifting rope),
11.jib head built-in cargo sheaves,
12.crane top built-in cargo sheaves,
13.cargo winch,
14.rope terminal (thimble),
15.shackle,
16.swivel,
17.link,
18.cargo hook (C-hook, or Liverpool hook),

Fishing boat, Fishing boat

Fishing vessel (Eurocutter) “Z575″


1. Rudder 2. Jet nozzle 3. Propeller 4. Engine room 5. Engine room bulkhead 6. Main engine 7. Fuel tanks, two wing tanks and a center tank 8. Starboard bracket pole, used when fishing is done with nets and otter boards. The derrick will not be used in that case 9. Mast aft 10. Revolving drum for nets 11. Funnel 12. Messroom, dayroom 13. Bridge with navigational equipment and control panels for main engine, drum for nets and fish winch 14. Cabin for four 15. Railing 16. Capping 17. Scupper hole 18. Wooden workdeck 19. Hatch on fish tank 20. Drop chute 21. Fish tank, with an insulation layer of about 20 cm all around 22. Bilge keel 23. Shear strake 24. Double bottom 25. Bow thruster installation 26. Name of the ship and fishery (registration) number 27. Fish winch 28. Conveyor belt and fish cleaning table 29. Guide pulleys for fish line 30. Forecastle deck 31. Fish wire blocks 32. Fish wire 33. Fish derrick 34. Mast 35. Radar antenna on mast

1. Rudder
2. Jet nozzle
3. Propeller
4. Engine room
5. Engine room bulkhead
6. Main engine
7. Fuel tanks, two wing tanks and a center tank
8. Starboard bracket pole, used when fishing is done with nets and otter boards. The derrick will not be used in that case
9. Mast aft
10. Revolving drum for nets
11. Funnel
12. Messroom, dayroom
13. Bridge with navigational equipment and control panels for main engine, drum for nets and fish winch
14. Cabin for four
15. Railing
16. Capping
17. Scupper hole
18. Wooden workdeck
19. Hatch on fish tank
20. Drop chute
21. Fish tank, with an insulation layer of about 20 cm all around
22. Bilge keel
23. Shear strake
24. Double bottom
25. Bow thruster installation
26. Name of the ship and fishery (registration) number
27. Fish winch
28. Conveyor belt and fish cleaning table
29. Guide pulleys for fish line
30. Forecastle deck
31. Fish wire blocks
32. Fish wire
33. Fish derrick
34. Mast
35. Radar antenna on mast

Principal Dimension: Dimensions:

Length: 23.99 m
Breadth: 6.20 m
Depth: 2.70 m
Gross Tonnage: 102 GT
Delivered: 2000
Main Engine:      300 hp

 

Fishing boat

1. Rudder
2. Stern frame
3. Propeller
4. Boss plate
5. Stern tube
6. Tail shaft
7. Intermediate shaft
8. Hot bulb engine
9. Bar keel
10 . Floor plate
11 . Collision bulkhead
12 . Stem
13 . Scupper
14. Hawse pipe
15. Forward roller
16. Forward bitt
17. Mast
18 . Mast head light
19 . Side bitt
20 . Freeing port
21 . Bulwark stay
22 . Bulwark plate
23. Hatchway
24. Lifebouy
25. Engine room skylight
26 . Funnel
27 . Ensign staff
28 . Stern light
29 . Galley’s chimney
30. Mooring hole
31 . After bitt
32 . After roller
33. Fishing winch
34 . Side light
35 . Side light screen
36 . After crew’s accommodation
37 . Engine room
38 . Fishing hold
39. Store room
40 . Steering room
41 . Captain room
42 . Galley
43 . Fresh water tank

1 . Bar keel
2. Garboard strake
3. Bottom plating
4. Bilge strake
5. Side plating
6. Floor
7. Frame
8. Deck stringer
9. Keel son
10 . Side keelson
11 . Beam runner
12 . Side coaming of hatch way
13 . Rubbing strip
14. Bulwark stay
15 . Deck beam
16 . Beam bracket
17 . Bilge keel

Multi-purpose ship

Multi-purpose ship – Capricorn

1. Rudder
2. Propeller
3. Main engine with gearbox and shaft generator
4. C02 bottles in C02 room
5. Man overboard boat (MOB)
6. Free fall lifeboat
7. Crane for MOB, lifeboat, liferaft and provisions.
8. Funnel with all exhaust pipes
9. Rear mast with navigation lights
10. Cross trees with radarscanners
11. Topdeck with magnetic compass and search light
12. Accommodation
13. Hatch cradle
14. Heavy fuel oil tank
15. Bulk cargo
16. Vertical bulkhead or pontoon
17. Heavy cargo, steel coils
18. Project cargo
19. Horizontal decks or hatchcovers
20. General cargo, rolls of paper
21. Shear strake
22. Hold fan
23. Fixed bulkhead
24. Container pedestal
25. Tanktop, max. load 15 t/m2
26. Containers, 5 rows, 3 bays
27. Vertical bulkhead or pontoon
28. Hatch coaming
29. Wing tank (ballast)
30. Bulk cargo
31. Gangway
32. Stacked hatches
33. Top light, range light
34. Breakwater
35. Anchor winch
36. Collision bulkhead
37. Deeptank
38. Bow thruster in nozzle
39. Forepeak tank in bulbous stem
40. Port side
41. Starboard side

Principal Dimensions

Length o.a. 118.55 m
Length b.p.p. 111.85 m
Breadth moulded 15.20 m
Depth to maindeck 8.45 m
Design Draught 6.30 m
Corresponding deadweight 6600 tons
excl. grain bulkheads/tweendeck)

Capacities

Containers (14 ton homogeneous, v.c.g. 45%) in accordance with ISO standard at mean draught of appr. 6.30 mtr.
in hold 174 TEU
on hatches 96 TEU
Containers
in hold 174 TEU
on hatches 242 TEU
Tonnage Regulation (London 1969) 4900 GT
Grain capacity (excl. bulkheads) 328500 cbft

Speed

At a draught of 6.30 m service speed will be 14 knots, at a shaft power of 3321 kW.
(main engine a 3840 kW / 150 kW for PTO / 90% MCR)

Equipment on forecastle deck of ship

Equipment on forecastle deck of ship


1 . Windlass
2. Chain cable compress
3. Hawse pipe
4. Anchor chain
5. Bollard
6. Fair leader
7. Mooring pipe
8. Deck end roller
9. Wire reel
10 . Cowl head ventilator
11 . Derrick boom
12. Boom support
13. Air and sounding pipe
14 . Flag staff
15. Anchor davit
16 . Stockless anchor
17 . Anchor shackle
18 . Anchor shank, Anchor shaft
19. Anchor crown
20. Anchor arm
21 . Anchor palm
22 . Anchor fluke
23 . Anchor light davit
24 . Open rail
25. Hand rail stanchion
26 . Hand rail
27 . Anchor recess
28 . Bow chock
29 . Bell mouth of hawse pipe
30 . Deck Flange hawse pipe

Electro hydraulic 4-ram steering gear

Electro hydraulic 4-ram steering gear

1.rudder locking valve, 2.cross-connection valve, 3.cylinder, 4.stop, 5,ram (free to slide in the neck bushes and hydraulic seals in the cylinders), 6.crosshead (also called "tiller" or "yoke" depending on designs), 7.pin, 8.cod piece (pins are integral with rams and transmit their effort to cod-pieces free to slide between the jaws of the fork-end tiller), 7+8.swivel block, Rapson slide, 9.crosshead boss with keyway (accommodates the rudder stock), 10.cut-off linkage, 11.floating lever (with possibilities of connection tothe remote control motor and to a local mechanic control), 10+11.hunting gear, 12.pump-driving motor, 13.pump, 14.change-over valve (spool type), 15.hand wheel, 16.mechanical input, 17.remote control input, 18.pump control rod,

1.rudder locking valve,
2.cross-connection valve,
3.cylinder,
4.stop,
5.ram (free to slide in the neck bushes and hydraulic seals in the cylinders),
6.crosshead (also called “tiller” or “yoke” depending on designs),
7.pin,
8.cod piece (pins are integral with rams and transmit their effort to cod-pieces free to slide between the jaws of the fork-end tiller),
7+8.swivel block, Rapson slide,
9.crosshead boss with keyway (accommodates the rudder stock),
10.cut-off linkage,
11.floating lever (with possibilities of connection tothe remote control motor and to a local mechanic control),
10+11.hunting gear,
12.pump-driving motor,
13.pump,
14.change-over valve (spool type),
15.hand wheel,
16.mechanical input,
17.remote control input,
18.pump control rod,