Alloy High Speed Passenger Cat Seating for 300 PAX

USD$1.25 million plus any Fiji VAT if applicable.

Vessel lying Fiji Islands. Vessel has been maintained constantly by professional ship owning company over many years. Vessel has two passenger saloons both of which are air conditioned and fitted with aircraft style seating and panoramic windows. Excellent, comfortable viewing vessel with years of service left in her.

SKU: 2006 Category:

Additional information


35.01m x 9.82m x 2m


March 1991, by Aluminium Craft Pte Ltd, Singapore of marine grade aluminium. Built to a Lock Crowther design, originally to Germanischer Lloyd Class. Vessel has three decks, raked bows and reverse transom and an internal hull arrangement with watertight traverse bulkheads.


Gross tonnage – 298T.
Net tonnage – 99T.

Main engines

2x DMWM Deutz Motoren Werke Mannheim model 604BV12 12 cylinder 4 stroke single acting water cooled twin turbo charged marine diesels. 2x 1690HP at 1800RPM.

Fuel burn

170l/hr at 1650-1700RPM.


Reintjes WVS 1032.

Driving arrangement

Conventional shaft/fixed pitch props.


1 M/E on idle 6-7 knots. 1 M/E’s on idle 8-9 knots. Usual cruise speed between 20-22 knots. Max 25 knots.


Perkins 1004 series straight 6 Cummins, 122kVA. Fuel burn – average 50l/hr.


Fuel – 9,200 litres.
Water – 5,000 litres.


Surveyed to carry up to 300 passengers and 10 crew. Note, in the past (at Sydney) this vessel was licensed for up to 475 PAX.


Two passenger saloons both of which are air conditioned and fitted with aircraft style seating and panoramic windows.
Bridge deck saloon – 72 units of seating.
Main deck – 151 units of seating.

Fire fighting

CO2 fire fighting system in both machinery spaces.

Radios and nav aids

SSB radio – JCR VHF – Icom
Auto pilot – TMQ GPS – Furuno
Radar – Furuno

Life saving

Life rafts – 5x 65 person Ferryman in SOLAS A survey.
Life bouys – x6
Life jackets (coastal) – x400 (329 adults and 80 child) with light and whistle.
Fire suppression – CO2 both machinery spaces.
Portable fire extinguishers – engine room, on deck and accommodation space.
Assorted parachute distress, hand flares and smoke signals.

2018 engine room fire:

In May 2018 a fire occurred in the starboard engine room as a result of faulty oil pressure gauge. In the aftermath of this fire, the starboard engine and engine room were completely rebuilt at a cost of around US$240,000. Everything including lagging, fire suppression system, turbos, pistons, liners and electrics have all been completely replaced.


Maritime Safety Authority Fiji
PAX – 300
Min crew – 10
Last dry docking November 2018 – Suva
Issued 31 May 2019
Expiry 2 December 2019
IMO No. 9007192