Tanker vessel design - NVC 605 CT tanker
Designed for exceptional sea-keeping and safety. The smaller of our two tanker designs, built for transporting chemical and petroleum products.
5,300 TDW tanker featuring stainless steel cargo tanks and deep well cargo pumps
NVC 605 CT is a 5,300 TDW tanker for transporting chemical and petroleum products, IMO II. The smaller of our two tanker designs, this vessel features stainless steel cargo tanks with a cargo capacity of 6,400 cu.m, equipped with a closed deck trunk and deep well cargo pumps. The propulsion system is based on twin azimuthing gas mechanical driven pulling propellers with a service speed of 14KN. It has been designed with a high focus on sea-keeping performance, redundancy and safety. The NVC 605 has a 3,000 NM endurance without refilling.
Designed for exceptional sea-keeping and safety
INTEGRATION OF EQUIPMENT
In addition to ship designs we provide fully integrated system packages tailored to your needs. As the largest marine technology specialist organisation in the world we offer innovative technology, coupled with decades of operational experience. To give users better situational overview our systems communicate with each other, sharing information and sensors. Common style user-interfaces simplifie operation providing more time for decission-making.
We design, build, deliver and support systems that gives you the full picture. We make them efficient with lower life-cycle costs, and eco-friendly to reduce the environmental impact of operations.
Services & aftermarket support
Our support teams, located worldwide, are committed to helping you manage the vital balance between operational availability and cost. Wherever your vessel is located, our support is close at hand.
Services and support
24/7 Technical support
Our 24/7 technical support team is there to help at any time, day or night, wherever your vessel is.
Conversions, retrofit and refit
We understand the importance of having the right parts, available in the right place, at the right time.
Ensure that your crew is properly and thoroughly trained. This will reduce operational risk, downtime and maximise return on asset investment.