Passengers up to 200
Passengers up to 200
Passenger vessels occupy the separate niche in sea and river transportations. As vessels whose main function is to ensure the safety of passengers, they meet the high design and supply requirements of the regulatory authorities.
The PassLine 25 project is a passenger vessel designed to provide sea and river passenger transportation on intracity and suburban lines, organize tourism and water recreation activities, provide cruises and festive events.
Architectural and structural type: steel self-propelled twin-screw smooth-decked vessel, with a bulb less bow and transom stern ends, with an excess free board, with a developed steel superstructure with large glazing, with a middle location of the wheelhouse on the second deck, with spacious open parts on the upper and second decks with seating for passengers, with an engine room aft.
Passengers are accommodated in seating places in two passenger salons, as well as on the open parts of the deck. It is possible to arrange a bar with a lounge area and a room in which equipment for storing and heating food is located. Or, an option with a full galley and bar. The vessel has two passenger toilets.
For the crew of 3 people, there is a bunk room for a short rest and a sanitary block with a toilet and shower.
The PassLine25 project was created taking into account the new requirements for the operation of passenger vessels, the main of which are the economy of passenger transportation and their remunerativeness.
The choice of the optimal travel speeds on the route, the reduction of MEs power, the possibility of optimizing the fuel and crew costs, allow to reduce the operating costs as much as possible.
The use of modern high-quality equipment will increase the reliability of the vessel and, as a result, provide absolutely guaranteed fulfillment of the traffic schedules. Reducing the cost of repair and maintenance at the same time.
Optimal passenger capacity allows to minimize costs in case of under loading and “idle” flights, increasing the average vessel load factor and, as a result, maximally increases the utilization rate.
|Length overall LOA, m||26.2|
|Main hull length, m||25.3|
|Length at design waterline (LWL),m||23.1|
|Maximum width (BMAX), m||8.28|
|Width at design waterline (BWL), m||7.32|
|- empty, t||85|
|- full, t||120|
|- maximum, knots||11.5|
|- working, knots||10|
|Main engines, hp||2x275|
|Passengers, people||up to 200|
Hull type - water-displacing
Hull material - shipbuilding steel
Superstructure material - shipbuilding steel