ERV - Emergency Response and Rescue Vessel

ERV - Emergency Response and Rescue Vessel

Ship is diesel electric driven and required electrical power is generated by 4 main generators. Propulsion is provided by 2 off pitch controlled (CPP) conventional propeller at aft. Dynamic positioning and maneuvering is provided by bow and stern thrusters. Motors to drive main propulsion units and bow/stern thrusters shall be driven by electricity that has been produced by main generators. The ship was delivered to Directorate General of Coastal Safety of Turkey in 2014 and is still being used effectively.


Primary Missions
  • Ship salvage
  • Towage
  • Firefighting
  • Oil pollution prevention
  • Diving services
  • Oil pollution analysis of sea water
  • Secondary Missions
  • Helicopter services
  • Offshore command and control center
  • Stand-by
  • Survival casualties
  • Embarkation services
  • General Specifications

    General Information
    Length : 87,8 m
    Beam max : 18,0 m
    Depth : 8,25 m
    Draught : 7,4 m
    Displacement : 6.400 tonnes
    Speed : 16 knots
    Crew : 45 Crew Members
    Experts : 20 Survivors

    Technology & Combat Systems

    Propulsion & Energy Systems
    Propulsion : BERG (BCP 1230 F)
    Engines : Diesel Electric
    Power : 4x3500 kW
    Nautical Eqp : Sperry Marine, KONGSBERG (K-Pos DP-2)

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