shallow water dredger seatech

SE-209 Water Injection Dredger

21 m inland dredger 


SE-209 is a Water Injection Dredger (WID) designed for shallow water operations up to 5m depth, ideal for maintenance of ports, harbors, canals, and rivers. The compact design of the hull, and avoidance of any hull appendages, was achieved thanks to local narrowing in the breadth of the hull. The pump for the WID system is disposed under the deck, to guarantee a spacious open deck (suitable for 20ft container storage). Two independent drive units ensure increased maneuverability in narrow channels, harbors, and ports.

Principal dimensions
Length o.a.: 21,00 m
Breadth 8,00 m
Moulded Draught 1,5 m
Maximum speed 10,00 kn
Engine power 2 x 526 kw
WID pump 5 000 m3 / h
Propolsion Fixed pitch propellers
Unloading pump 5000 m3 / h
Crew 4 persons
Class PRS sKM pg pch
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DSR 85 dredger seatech

Michel DSR

85 m hopper dredger

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This 85 m sand dredger operates on the French maritime coast, loading and transporting marine sand and gravel or mineral products. Built to satisfy many different environmental laws, the ship has two main strengths: it can perform the unloading of dry products and does not, therefore, rely on port infrastructures, also it is purpose-built to optimize voyages and minimize road transport on a regional level. This dredger operates on the depths of up to 40m, whereas conventional vessels can only load from 22/25 metres.

Principal dimensions
Length o.a.:  85 m
Beam 15,85 m
Draft 7,30 m
Depth charge 5,98 m
Deadweight 3420 t
Total volume of three wells 2,300 m3
Dredge pump 5000 m3 / h
Unloading pump 5000 m3 / h
Builder: Piriou/ maritime
Scope of work Workshop Drawings, Unit Measurement Cards, Part and Nesting profile lists, Profile Sketches,
Unit Levelling, Nesting Card and Essi Codes, Shell development with Templates. The creation
of a 3D model library with our Cadmatic system along with systems integration in a 3D model.
Isometric and coordination drawings, detail drawings.
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