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Tugboat Marlene with TRIWV

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Dimensions (m): 18.22 x 4.22 x 1.80 Ref. nr.: 170506
Mooring: Near Rotterdam, Netherlands Construction year: 1901
Material: steel

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Former Dutch waterboat on steam power that was in operation in Rotterdam's port area until the mid 40's, after that she was completely converted into a Motortug. This boat is equipped with a beautiful diesel engine that runs very nicely. She is well maintained. The seller has removed the old interior, which allows the new owner to start installing a new interior. Equipped with a front cabin, large salon, wheelhouse (all with a headroom of at least 1.90 m) and a spacious cabin under the salon / wheelhouse. The engine room is spacious and well taken care of and fitted out with new diesel tanks. Behind the engine room is the generator room. A beautiful boat which is recognized in The Netherlands as a maritime heritage (no export restrictions).

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General information

Yard:Shipyard Machinefabriek v-h B. Wilton, NL-Rotterdam
Rebuilt year:1955
Hull shape:round bottom
Hull material:iron/steel
Deck material:iron/steel
Superstructure material:steel
teak top of the wheelhouse
Construction method:riveted
new steel is welded
rubbing strake around
bulwark around
wide side decks (gunnels)
4x bulkhead
Steering system:mechanical
steel rudder
Windows:hardwood window frames
hardwood outside doors
Displacement (approx.):70 ton
Ballast (approx.):2,5 ton poured concrete
Airdraft (approx.):everything down 3,90 m
Owner:Dutch owner
Costs for the change of ownership and / eventually deletion are for purchasers amount.
Colour / Paint System:black hull
black bulwark
white superstructure
brown superstructure
very well maintained
Certificates:inland waterways certificated (TRIWV)
zone 2 Netherlands
zone 3
zone 4
Waal, Lek & NL Rhine
valid until: 06-2025
Suitable for / as:inland shipping
coastal waters
can be used as live-aboard
recreational vessel
General information:offered in the condition that she is in
The ship is recognized as a Historic Vessel
Additional information:tug
tug bitts
Great vessel for cruising on the coastal waters.
Great vessel for cruising on the European canals and rivers.

Technical information

Enginepower:150 Hp
110 kW
Engine brand:Worthington
Revolutions:600 RPM
Engine model:air started
Number of cylinders:5
Construction year engine:1943
Running hours (approx.):unknown
Fuel tank (approx.):2x 1000 litre (nieuw / new / Neu / nouveau)
1x 100 litre
steel tank(s)
Cooling system:intercooling
dry exhaust
Propulsion:4 blade propeller
greased lubrication of propeller shaft
Gearbox:Brevo mechanical
reduction/ratio 2:1
Speed (approx.):13 km/hour cruising speed at 375 RPM
16 km/hour cruising speed at 500 RPM
Bow thruster:Attema hydraulic bow thruster
20 Hp
Electricity system:24 Volt
230 Volt shore power connection
Batteries:1x 74 Ah starter batterie(s) generator
2x 230 Ah domestic batterie(s)
Battery charger:Victron Skylla battery charger 24/50
Genny:Lister diesel
8 kVA 230/400 Volt
1500 RPM
Alternator:24 Volt
Inverter:Xantrex inverter 24/1800
Fresh water tank (approx.):1x 500 litre
stainless steel tank(s)
Diesel waterseparator:Separ diesel waterseparator
Engineroom:see photographs
Bilge pump:submersible pump
Gas system:no gas on board
Additional information:Petter auxiliary diesel engine
air compressor
air bottle


Interior:no woodwork
Toilet / Heads:hand pumptoilet
Headroom (approx.):foc's hole (approx.) 1,90 m
cabin (approx.) 1,91 m
wheelhouse (approx.) 2,12 m
cabin (approx) 1,66 m

Navigation equipment

Navigation equipment:Em-Trak A100 Automatic Identification System (AIS)
Heathkit depth / echosounder
navigation lights
laptop chartplotter (PC Navigo)

Rigging and sails

Mast:lantern mast


Anchor equipment:manual anchor winch
Klipp anchor
anchor chain
in hawse-hole
warping drum
Searail / Pulpit:searail on bulwark
Additional information:spare parts

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