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By camarc, Mar 3 2015 02:29PM

In 2014 Columbia River Bar Pilots of the US took delivery of their third 22m self-righting Camarc pilot boat. All three boats, built by Kvichak Marine of Seattle, are all-weather, 30 knot craft with self-righting capability for the severe conditions found where the Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean.


Photography by John Fleck


By camarc, Nov 24 2014 12:00PM

Three 16m Steel Camarc Pilot Boats have been delivered to their owners in the Middle East. The vessels were built by Lita Ocean in Singapore, each vessel has twin 490hp MAN engines installed. The heavy duty engines have unlimited operating hours and the boats have a top speed of 16 knots.


The wheelhouse is resiliently mounted which achieves a low noise level of 65 dBA at the helm during normal operations. Engine room ventilation and air-conditioning systems are fitted to meet the demands of operating in the Middle Eastern climate. The vessels have a centrally positioned helm and large bonded windows that provide 360 degree visibility for safe pilot boat operations.

Two more 16m pilot boats of the same design are currently building by Lita Ocean which are due for delivery later this year.



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By camarc, Jul 18 2014 09:43AM

A Camarc 18m Aluminium Pilot Boat built by Q-west in New Zealand has been successfully delivered to Port Taranaki.


The installation of twin Scania Di16 engines and Hamilton HM461 waterjets achieve crusing speeds of 23 Knots at the rated power and sprint speeds in excess of 30 knots.


The design is self-righting and features a resiliently mounted wheelhouse to reduce noise levels. A man overbaord rescue cradle & platform are fitted aft. The vessel also features the Camarc Popsure fender system with specific extended sections in way of the pilot boarding areas and a designed 'nose' for bow boarding to and from offshore platforms. Download DATASHEET here




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