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Hagbart Waage

Reduced price NOK 4.300.000 to NOK 3,800,000 keen seller, try offer.

Norwegian rescue ship “Hagbart Waage” converted into a passenger vessel in Norway.
Built at Smedvik Mek Verksted A/S/Hasund mek. Varksted A/S in 1968 to DnV Class.

LOA: 22.87 metres
Beam: 6.02 metres
Draft: 2.85 metres

Top speed: 10 knots

Main engine: 2 x Detroit Diesel 8V-71N, 242 bHp each with Twin-Disk gearboxes.

“Hagbart Waage” is the sister vessel of the most famous “Fredrikstad” rescue ship that was converted into an exclusive pleasure yacht and have sailed around the word with passengers for more than 15 years now.
“Hagbart Waage” was converted to passenger vessel in Norway and had the restauration of the main lounge and large sun deck finished in 2008. Since then she has taken passengers on cuises to both Greenland and Spetsbergen up in the north.

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Hagbart Waage

Ex. R/S 78 Hagbart Waage

Price: NOK 4,300,000 Reduced price to NOK 3,800,000 keen seller, try offer.

Norwegian rescue ship “Hagbart Waage” converted into a passenger vessel in Norway. 22.8 x 6 metres. 2 x Detroit diesels. Norwegian certificates for 50 passengers 25 M from land. Just finished Special Survey with renewed certificates valid until May 2019.

Specifications

Flag state:
NO, Norwegian Ordinary Ship Register (NOR)
Classification:
Norwegian Maritime Directorate
LOA:
22.87 metres
LPP:
20.27 metres
Beam:
6.02 metres
Draft:
2.85 metres
Molded draft:
3.41 metres
Consumption:
50 l/hour
Shipyard:
Smedvik Mek Verksted A/S/Hasund mek. Verksted A/S
Yard number:
24
Year built:
1968
Vessel type:
Rescue ship
Built to class:
DnV
Class type:
DnV Certificates until 1997.
Built to class type:
+1A1 – R 280 -IC-C, + MV
Material hull:
Steel
Material superstructure:
Aluminium
Tonnage:
87 Grt / 20 Nrt
Displacement:
135 tonnes
Cruising speed:
7-8 knots
Top speed:
10 knots
Range:
3 500 nm
Home port:
Kristiansund, Norway
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No. of passengers:
12 passengers , in area: Cargo ship, European trade, north of 40 N
No. of passengers:
50 passengers , in area: Norwegian trade area 4 restricted area and open waters less than 25 nm from shelter.

Machinery

Main engine:
2 x Detroit Diesel, 8V-71N, 242 bHp, 1400 (after overhaul) running hours
, overhauled 2006
Other:
Twin-disc PTO SP-111-HP-3 for each engine to the shaft generator and for the deck crane. For each main engine there is a ASEA LAC 225 6 kW – 24 Volt shaft generator.
Gearbox:
Twin-Disc, reduction 4.5:1
Auxiliary engine:
Volvo, TMD 100 AK, Stamford, 100 kVA, 3 x 220 Volt
Auxiliary engine:
Kipor Power, KDE6700TA3, 5 5 kVA
Auxiliary engine:

Navigation equipment

Surveillance camera:
Two CCTV cameras in the engine room, lounge and aft deck.
Computers:
Acer computer for internet.
Radar:
Anritsu, RA 722 UA ARPA
Furuno, FR-1505
Autopilot:
Nautapilot , NP 60
GPS navigator:
Simrad, GN30
Echo sounder:
Skipper, 1ES-080
AIS:
Furuno, FA-150
GPS compass:
Furuno, SC-502
VHF:
Sailor, RT 5022 DSC
Sailor, RT 2048
SSB:
Sailor, RE2100
Sailor, RM2150 HF
2 x Sailor, RM 2152 HF
Intercom:
Steenhans
Rudder indicator:
Tenfjord
Other:
Simrad Taiyo ADDF TD_L1520 VHF pejl.
Brookes & Gatehouse wind and log instruments
Tenfjord emergency steering

Tank capacity

Diesel:
25 000 l
Fresh water:
6 500 l

Safety equipment

Life raft:
Viking, 25DK+, 25 persons, 12-1999
Zodiac, Servitec ORIL, 65 persons, 1993
DSB, LR 86, 45 persons, 1990
Navigation light control:
Tranberg, TEF 4766
EPIRB:
Tron, 45 SX
Jotron, 40S MkII
Radar Transponder SART:
Jotron, TRON 9 GHz
Portable GMDSS VHF:
Jotron
Sailor, SP3520 GMDSS
Icom, IC-M3Euro
Other:
Tron air radio

Deck equipment

Search light:
Seematz WH80 xenon

History

“Hagbart Waage” have operated as a rescue ship outside the Norwegian west coast until 1987. During her time she resued 11 human lives and salvaged 396 ships.

“Hagbart Waage” is the sister vessel of the most famous “Fredrikstad” rescue ship that was converted into an exclusive pleasure yacht and have sailed around the world with passengers for more than 15 years now.
“Hagbart Waage” was converted to passenger vessel in Norway
and had the restauration of the main lounge and large sun deck finished in 2008. Since then she has taken passengers on cruises to both Greenland and Spetsbergen up in the north.

General arrangement

Accommodation

Wheelhouse

Lounge

Galley, toilet

Steering gear room

Sun deck

Engine room

Outside

Exterior

Drydock

Running

Certificates and documents

The vessel has just finished Special Survey with renewed certificates valid until May 2019. GMDSS area A2.