Floating hotel 553 persons to Charter, 2001, Ref C4919
Built 2001 by Neptun Industrie , Germany
Suitable accommodate 553 persons in four floors
Dims 94.10 x 30.07 m - depth 3.90 - draft 1.80 m
Bottom of keel to highest point 22.0 m
Fuel cap 238 cbm - sewage holding tank 7.5 m
138 cabins being 25 x 6, 19 x 5, 60 x 4 and 34 x 2 persons
Reception area, catering , galley, storage dry and refrigerated etc.
Fire detection and alarm system fitted
Generators 3 x Cummins each 200 kW - 380 V 50 Hz.
Suitable to be towed.
1.2Principal dimensions and capacities
1.3Classification, rules and regulations
2.2Accommodation description and equipment
3.1Ventilation and heating
3.3Fire detection and alarm system
3.4Public address system
3.5Fresh water system
4.4Fire fighting equipment
5.1Arrangement of machinery room
5.5Shore services connections
The following specification describes generally the arrangement, equipment and facilities on the floatel.
While every effort has been made to ensure that all the information is correct it is without guarantee.
The accommodation, which is four floors, is fitted on top of a flat top barge. The accommodation is divided into an `H` block with cabins and public spaces on each deck. There are two light well areas, one forward and one aft.
1.2.Principal dimensions and capacities
Length overall: including Accommodation 94.10m
Breadth including rubbing strakes 26.20m
Breadth overall including mooring collars 30.07m
Bottom of keel to highest point 22.00m
Working draft 1.80m
Gross Tonnage 10,311
Net Tonnage 3,093
Fuel oil storage 238.00m3
Sewage holding tank 7.50m3
1.3.Classification, rules and regulations
The Barge is classed by Germanischer Lloyd + 100 A 51 Pontoon Inland trade A – MC1
The Accommodation has been built to the following:-
Swedish Building code for structural strength and passive Fire Protection.
Sleeping accommodation in the form of the following 138 cabins:
25 Rooms designed to accommodated 6 persons
19 Rooms designed to accommodated 5 persons
60 Rooms designed to accommodated 4 persons
34 Rooms designed to accommodated 2 persons
2.2The accommodation is of modular construction manufactured by Grizzly Shipping.
Bed / Living Accommodation
Double continental two pin electric outlet sockets
T.V aerial sockets
Public Areas / Recreation Rooms
There are two main reception areas with access doors on the 2nd desk. One is located, amidships and one at the aft end.
Catering / House Keeping
The Galley is fitted with power and water points.
Associated dry & refrigerated storage facilities are provided.
Services and connections are supplied throughout the Coastel for the mini kitchens.
Space is allocated on the ground floor for a central laundry (Equipment not
Storage and linen lockers are provided throughout the Coastel.
The accommodation block is a fabricated superstructure with a total of 4 decks.
Structure: All material and construction are to the relevant Swedish Building
code as previously mentioned
Windows: Wooden framed, double glazed. Windows can both tilt of fully open into the room. They also have a ventilation grille.
Doors: Doors are either A60 or B30 fire rated as required by the
Swedish Building code.
3.1Ventilation and Heating
All rooms, offices and public areas are electrically heated with 400 w heaters.
Mechanical exhaust ventilation is provided in all bathroom and toilet facilities throughout the Coastel.
A sewage collecting, holding and transfer system is installed and connected to all toilets, wash basins, sinks, scuppers etc. Black and grey water is led to a 7.50 m3 sewage holding tank.
The sewage system is equipped for discharge to shore directly from the sewage tank by one or the other of the two submersible pumps contained in the tank.
The submersible pumps are interchangeable by opening and closing valves.
When the sewage reaches the high level, approximately three quarters full, the pump in active service is operated by a float level switch in the tank which pumps the sewage ashore until the low level float switch is reached when the pump stops.
If for any reason the pump fails to start there is a “Higher” level float switch, which if activated, closes a solenoid valve shutting off all fresh water to the unit. An alarm also sounds in the Bargemaster Accommodation.
3.3Fire Detection & Alarm System
All accommodation spaces are covered with smoke and heat detectors.
Manual fire alarm push buttons are located in the stairwells and adjacent to all external doors.
Alarm buzzers are located in all public spaces and corridors.
3.4Public Address System
A public address system is installed located in the reception room with speakers in the corridors and public rooms.
3.5Fresh Water System
Fresh water is supplied directly from ashore into the pipe mains. There is a solenoid operated valve at the barge side.
Hot water is provided throughout the barge, by the onboard boiler.
Two Germanischer Lloyd class approved Steel mooring collars are fitted for connection to vertical steel piles in the sea bed.
A Germanischer Lloyd approved towing bridle terminating at a “delta” plate is fitted at the forward end with the legs terminating on the barge at “Smitt” type towing brackets.
A Germanischer Lloyd approved emergency towing wire is fitted to a “Smitt” type bracket on the centreline forward. This runs to the port side of the barge and down the port side in clips at the deck edge allowing the wire to be pulled free in an emergency.
4.3Life Saving Equipment
Life buoys are supplied at each gangway.
4.4Fire Fighting Equipment
Fire hydrants and hoses are fitted throughout the accommodation as required by the Swedish Building Regulations.
Provision are made for the connection of three gangways.
1 for the main entrance on Deck 2
2 for access entrances to deck 1. One forward, one aft.
5.1Arrangement of Machinery Room
The Coastel has its own machinery room which is built within the barge.
All generators, pumps and oil tanks are located in this area. There is also a small engine storage room.
The unit can supply its own power through 3 Cummins diesel generators each developing 380 v, 200 kW, 50Hz, 3 phase and neutral transformed to 220 v for domestic use.
There are basically two piping system. Fresh water and sewage.
The fresh water comes directly from ashore into the piping system using the shore pressure. There is no holding tank. Fresh water is used for washing, cooking, fire fighting and toilet flushing.
All black and grey water lines go to a sewage tank within the hull from where it is pumped via a shore connection to a sewer main ashore.
5.5Shore Service Connections
All shore connections are at barge deck level.
Charter rate upon request.
Price; to charter
Inspection and delivery; Holland.
All details given in good faith, but WOG.
Charter possible world wide
UK office 0044(0)1342 459089
Mobile 0044(0) 7885775317
Vessel Location: Holland
Number of cabins: 553
Number of berths: 553
Telephone: 0044(0)1342 459089
Mobile: 0044(0) 7885775317
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