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Windtech International January February 2024 issue

 

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Rockabill Marine Design unveils its green crew transfer vessel designRockabill Marine Design (RMD), a newly established vessel design house, and part of the CSO Marine Group, has unveiled a green crew transfer vessel (CTV) design. The Rockabill 32m vessel concept features green propulsion technology to harness the power of alternative fuels.
 
The vessels features a series hybrid system running highspeed quad pod drives, with diesel generators located within the hull compartment. In addition, each generator has the capability to be converted to an alternative fuel source. The vessel provides seating for up to 30 passengers. The aluminium catamaran features above deck accommodation for six crew. Each cabin has ample storage space, with adjoining washroom equipped with private shower and toilet. Each vessel features foredecks with an area accommodating four x 10ft or two x 20ft containers, deck crane, anchor winch, fuel, and high-pressure water supplier reels.
 
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