175’ x 30’ Keith G. McCall

Specifications

Dimensions
Length Overall 176.50 ft.
Length BP 157.5 ft.
Beam 30.00 ft.
Depth @ Midship 13.50 ft.
Light Draft 5.00 ft.
Loaded Draft 8.00 ft.
Capacities
Rig Water 25,300 USG
Aviation Fuel 16,700 USG
Diesel Fuel 26,500 USG
Ship's Water 1,250 USG
Engine Lube Oil 500 USG
Gear Lube Oil 120 USG
Hydraulic Oil 90 USG
Waste Oil 120 USG
Performance
Speed @ 20 LT Deadweight 33 Knots
Speed @ 50 LT Deadweight 30 Knots
Speed @ 100 LT Deadweight 26 Knots
Maximum Fuel Consumption 340 GPH @ 1900 RPM
Cruising Fuel Consumption 294 GPH @ 1800 RPM
Economy Fuel Consumption 248 GPH @ 1700 RPM
Documentation
Flag USA
ABS Class Certificate ABS +A1 HSC CREWBOAT +AMS DPS-1
Loadline Certificate ABS
Certificate of Inspection USCG SUBCHAPTER T & L
Stability Letter USCG w/ Loading Diagram
Tonnage Certificate GL (U.S. and International)
Radio Certificate FCC
Pollution Certificate IOPP
Deck Cargo
Tonnage 225.00 LT
Strength 540.00 lb/ft(2)
Length 100.00 ft.
Width 24.50 ft.
Clear Area 2,450 ft(2)

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Drawings

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    Profile

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    Main Deck Plan

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    Pilot House Plan

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    Passenger Cabin Plan

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    Crews' Quarter Plan

Other Information

The water jet powered Crew/Supply Vessel, M/V Keith G. McCall was delivered to Seacor Marine, Inc. of Houston, Texas by Gulf Craft, LLC on July 11, 2003.  The Keith G. McCall measures 175' x 30' and features the following capacities: 26,500 gallons of fuel, 16,700 gallons of jet fuel, 25,300 gallons of drill/potable water, 1,250 gallons of ship's water, 500 gallons of main engine lube oil, 120 gallons of gear lube oil, 90 gallons of  hydraulic oil, and waste oil capacity of 120 gallons.  Aft deck space measures 100' x 24.5' providing 2,450 sq. ft. of loading area with a deck strength of 540 lbs/sq. ft. providing for cargo capacity of 225 long tons.

The vessel is powered by four Cummins KTA-50-M2 diesel engines rated at 1,800 BHP @ 1900 RPM and each coupled with a Twin Disc, model MG-6848 SC, 2.47:1 reduction ratio gear.  Each engine turns a Hamilton HM-811 water jet providing a light ship speed of 31 knots and fully loaded speed of 26 knots.  Maneuverability is enhanced with the Thrustmaster 200 HP azimuthing thruster and the 200 HP tunnel thruster, which are powered by a Cummins 6CTA8.3-M diesel engine.  Twin 99KW Cummins 6BT5.9-G2 generators supply electrical power for the vessel's services.

The M/V Keith G. McCall is capable of discharging drill water at 200 GPM @ 200 ft., discharging fuel oil at 115 GPM @ 230 ft. and aviation fuel at 115 GPM @ 230 ft.  In addition to servicing offshore facilities, the M/V Keith G. McCall has fire fighting capabilities via two SKUM 5,300 GPM pumps via the stern fire monitors.

Passenger accommodations in the air conditioned main deck cabin include 76 reclining business class bucket seats and bench seating for 6 in the VIP lounge. The main passenger compartment is equipped with two 32" televisions and VCR player, an AM/FM stereo receiver with CD player and Dolby Surround Sound system providing VCR surround sound playback and a 25" television and VCR player in the VIP room.  Located aft of the passenger seating area on the port side is the head with lavatory, shower stall and toilet, crew locker and passenger luggage compartment.  Opposite the luggage compartment is an additional stateroom arranged with a bunk, clothes locker, sink and vanity.

Air conditioned crew accommodations below the main deck cabin include six staterooms, a bathroom, galley, mess area and laundry room.  Two of the five staterooms have one berth with clothes locker and a TV with VCR player.  The remaining staterooms have two berths and one clothes locker per stateroom. The head is located in the forward section of the crews' quarters and is arranged with a lavatory, toilet and shower. The galley is equipped with an electric range/oven, sink, two refrigerator/freezers, food pantry and mess area with a wall booth seating arrangement and TV with VCR player for the crews' entertainment.  The clothes washer and dryer are located in the laundry room and two additional chest freezers are installed with one located in the tunnel and the other in the generator compartment.

Navigational and electronic equipment aboard the M/V Keith G. McCall include two Garmin GPS, dual Furuno radars, 4 ICOM VHF radios, two VHF remotes by ICOM, dual GMDSS radio stations by Japan Radio Company, autopilot by ComNav, DPS-1 system by Kongsberg Simrad, loudhailer by Raytheon, fluxgate compass by KVH, Navtex Receiver by Furuno, fathometer by Datamarine, color camera monitoring system by Pro Video, stereo/cassette player by Seaworthy, two forward search lights by Carlisle Finch and navigation lights by Perko.

Gulf Craft, LLC is a leading provider of newly constructed aluminum vessels which hail from ports throughout the world. Family owned and operated since 1965, Gulf Craft has extensive experience in the design and construction of commercial aluminum vessels used primarily in the passenger and oilfield markets.  To obtain pricing and delivery please contact our sales deparmtent at (337) 828-2580 or by fax at (337) 828-2586.

For further information, please contact Gulf Craft at (337) 828-2580 or fax at (337) 828-2586.