THV Patricia

THV Patricia undertakes aid to navigation maintenance work, towing, wreck location and marking among other projects

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At 86m long, THV Patricia has accommodation for an additional 12 people and benefits from a helicopter-landing pad. With a 20 tonne main crane capacity and 28 tonne bollard pull and towing winch, she is also survey capable. Available 24 hours a day 7 days a week, THV Patricia is available for a wide range of projects including:

  • aids to navigation deployment maintenance, repair and examination
  • research platforms for deployment and recovery of scientific equipment
  • sampling projects
  • marine hazard search and marking
  • lifting, towing and accurate positioning of marine equipment
  • recovery and re-establishment of off-station aids to navigation
  • sea trials of electronic and speciality equipment
  • helicopter support
  • safety boat assignments
  • guard duties for cable and pipe laying projects

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Trinity House’s Multi Functional Tender (MFT) Patricia operates around the coast of England, Wales and the Channel Islands undertaking aid to navigation maintenance work, towing, wreck location and marking amongst other projects. At 86m long, Patricia has accommodation for an additional 12 people and benefits from a helicopter-landing pad. With a 20 tonne main crane capacity and 28 tonne bollard pull and towing winch, she is also survey capable.

Available 24/7, Patricia is available for a wide range of projects at a competitive rate.

Build standard

  • Lloyds Register
  • 100 A1
  • Lloyds Machinery Certificate, Unmanned Machinery Space Certificate, Lloyds Environmental Policy and Lifting Appliance.
  • Complies with requirements for UK MCA Class V111 vessel.
  • Lloyds Ship Emergency Response Service

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Our helicopter lands on THV Patricia

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1t Stores crane

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A workboat alongside THV Patricia

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION


  • Port of Registry London
  • Year Built 1982
  • Call Sign GBTH
  • Length Overall 86.3m
  • Breadth Moulded 13.8m
  • Depth Moulded 6.9m
  • Draft 4.4m
  • Air Draft 32.0m
  • Service Speed 12kts
  • Fuel Consumption at 12kts 500ltrs/hr
  • Bunker Capacity 04t
  • Fresh Water 283t
  • Endurance 21 days
  • Bollard Pull 28t

PROPULSION – MACHINERY

  • Main Engines – 4 x Ruston 6RKcZ 750 kW @750 RPM
  • Auxiliary Diesel – 2 x Ruston 4AP230Z 240 kW @600 RPM
  • Propulsion Motors – 2 x 1120 kW @ 250 RPM
  • Bow Thruster – 360 deg Whitegill – 7 tonnes 690 kW @ 480 RPM
  • Propellers – 2 x Fixed pitch, outwards turning

WORKBOATS

  • 9m heavy duty workboats x 2
  • RIB 5.4m 50hp

CRANES

  • Speedcrane 20t SWL (offshore)
  • Stores Crane 1t

CAPSTANS & WINCHES

  • 2 x 14t max pull – chain to 44mm
  • Towing Winch 30t max pull

DECK FACILITIES

  • Main Deck Area – 80m2
  • Pressure Wash – 350bar/5000psi
  • Tween Deck – Storage & workshops
  • Hold – Storage & load handling

ACCOMMODATION

  • 34 Single Cabins
  • 6 Double Cabins
  • 1 Office
  • 1 Conference Room
  • 1 Mess Room
  • 4 Recreation / TV Rooms
  • 1 Changing Room
  • 1 Workshop
  • 1 Gymnasium

FLIGHT DECK

  • ‘D’ Value 11.9m
  • Max load 10,000kg

HYDROGRAPHIC SURVEY

  • Kongsberg EA 400SP 38/200KHz
  • Geo Acoustics Side Scan Sonar 2094
  • SIMRAD EA500, Side Scan

COMMUNICATION

  • GMDSS Area 2
  • Satcoms – Sat-C V-sat 4003 Broadband
  • Sailor SC4000 Iridium, Nera Sat-B
  • VHF R/T DSC – Sailor RT 5022
  • MF/HF SSB – Sailor HC4500
  • NavtexRx – JRC NCR 333
  • Internet Access points – all cabins

NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT

  • ECDIS – Sperry VisionMaster FT
  • Radars – Decca Marine Bridge Master x 2
  • Dual-Axis Speed Log – Consilium
  • Navigation SAL SD 1-6
  • DGPS – SIMRAD GN33 and
  • SIMRAD Shipmate GN30
  • Loran – Furuno LC 90 mk2
  • Gyro Compass – Simrad GC80
  • TMC magnetic Compass– John Lilley and Gillie Type SR2
  • Auto Pilot – Raytheon Compilot 20
  • Echo Sounder – SIMRAD EA500
  • AIS System – JRC AIS JHS-182


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