Western Seaboard, USA Washington USA|
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READY FOR SHORT DELIVERY, ON SERIOUS INTEREST
Littoral & Offshore Security and Patrol
The Composite 43M Cutter has a speed of 30 knots. At 15-knots, it has a range of 2100 nautical miles (nm).
Although this vessel was primarily designed to withstand sea conditions classified as Sea State 4, it can withstand Sea State 6 conditions.
The Cutter is fitted with a dampening material to reduce the noise levels within the ship as well as the vibration.
The superior cooling and heating qualities the ship possesses are due to the composite insulating material used. In addition, to minimize the effects of magnetism, heat, radar and acoustic signatures, a composite stealth material is incorporated in its structure.
As a composite vessel, the Cutter is made of a number of composite materials.
Precision molds give the craft ability to withstand above average tolerances. For structural quality and strength, the vessel is made of lightweight materials, namely composite carbon fiber and Kevlar.
These two materials not only exceed the stringent ABS standards, but also enable the ship to achieve greater speeds and have a longer range. They also reduce the amount of fuel the ship burns up.
Cost is Approx. X-Works, USA: 25 to 28 Million USD depending on buyers interest.
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|Model:||Composite 43M Cutter|
|No. of engines:||2|
|Engine model:||MTU 16V4000M73L|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Cruising Speed:||21 Knots|
|Maximum Speed:||32 Knots|
|Length over all:||43m|
|Hull type:||Modified Vee|
(2) MTU 16 4000 M73L (3,860 hp) proven for fast vessels with high load factors (Maximum mission availability
15,000 hours’ time between overhauls for extended operational use
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