|Reference:||ANZAC 7.0 RIB|
|Website:||Open website in new window|
ANZAC design by Australian Marine Technology (AMT) as a high speed planning craft with shallow draft, stability and fully welded sealed decks to the rules of DNV GL High Speed Craft.
The vessel will be evaluated by the Navy for utilization as a fleet Rescue Support Craft to be installed on the large fleet of Navy Sea going Patrol Craft.
The propulsion package is a YANMAR 6LPA STP2 Engine driving Hamilton water jet which provides the performance, stability, shallow draft and within the strict weight tolerance required for installing on the larger patrol craft.
Ideal design for tourism with other seating options available.
|Vessel type:||Fast RIB|
|Designer:||Australian Marine Technology|
|Class Society:||DNV GL|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||1 x Yanmar 6LPA STP2|
|Drive type:||Water jet|
|Cruising Speed:||25 Knots|
|Maximum Speed:||30 Knots|
|Length over all:||7.40m|
|Fuel capacity:||300 Litres|
Passengers + Crew - 10+ 2
Hull - Marine Grade Aluminium Plate
Fender - Foam Formed Solid Collar PU coated fender giving added buoyancy
1 x Yanmar 6LPA STP2 - 315HP
Gearbox - ZF 63 ratio- 1.256:1
Hamilton Jet Unit
All newbuild ships and boats are built to IACS Classification and flag state rules pertaining to the country of destination.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.