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DIFFICULT TO BE SPECIFIC IN DAILY OPERATING COSTS FOR EACH RO-RO
VESSEL PRESENTED BY REASON OF LIMITED INFO AVAILABLE ON EACH UNIT
SUBMITTED WILL AVERAGE AS FOLLOWS BASED ON 14-MAN CREW AND PRESENT
COSTS - CREV 2200 VICTUALLING 1700 INSURANCE 300 AND FUEL 2000-2500
DEPENDING ON HP. AS CAN BE APPRECIATED EACH VESSEL PRESENTS ITS OWN
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DIFFICULT TO BE SPECIFIC IN DAILY OPERATING COSTS FOR EACH RO-RO
VESSEL PRESENTED BY REASON OF LIMITED INFO AVAILABLE ON EACH UNIT
CONSIDERED HOWEVER DAILY OPTG COSTS FOR VESSELS OF THE CATEGORIES SUBMITTED
WILL AVERAGE AS FOLLOWS BASED ON 14-MAN CREW AND PRESENT COSTS - CREW
2200 VICTUALLING 1700 INSURANCE 300 AND FUEL 2000-2500 DEPENDING ON HP.
AS CAN BE APPRECIATED EACH VESSEL PRESENTS ITS OWN VARIABLE IN DAILY
OPERATING COSTS BUT THE ABOVE FIGURES APPEAR TO BE A CLOSE AVERAGE
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Date     MONTREAL, September 16, 1977
From     p.i. Georges
to     Mr. A.N. Cairns
File: 103-12-4
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As discussed, I attach herewith details of the following vessels:
M.V. RESALE (Details Attached)
1900 TDW - Delivery second quarter 1978
67 trailers of 40' plus 45 cars
Price U.S. $5.7 million lengthend version U.S. $5.9 million
Financing available 70% over 7 years at 8%  interest.
M.V. NEWBUILDING (Details Attached)
3500 TDW - Delivery fourth quarter 1978
Capacity 81 trailers of 40'
Price DM 22 million.
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SEP 20 JB77
MANAGER
3,C COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
VANCOUVER, B.
M.V. R0.R0
Capacity 52 trailers of 40'
M.V. Vessel 1599 GRT
2900 DWT
Capacity 71 trailers of 40' plus 40 cars
Please evaluate and indicate which vessel best suited to our
needs.
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1900  tdw  on   3.50 ra drafts   Norwegian  flag
5G_ x   40_*   trailers _ +   40_ cars
alternatively:
120   x  20 V containers _+  22  x n40/_ trailers  -f   40   cars
iijr a  lengthened version  -   capacities will be  increased as   follows:
(67 jc  40'   trailers  +   45   cars
* alternatively:
140  x 20f   containers  +  27  x_ 40'   trailerSt +  45^ cars
dimensions:   l.o.a.   106/lbpp   100.2  in -  othen/ise  as below
grt below  1600
Otherwise
complete container fittings for 20f and 40' containers
20 sockets for reeferplugs
double stacking of containers on top deck
deck cargo of abt. 1000 tons
top deck 10 t axle load/trailerdeck 15 t/ lower hold 1.5 t/sqra
outside ramp to top deck/in       Lower hold
stern door 4.10 m breadth x 4      height
double skin
dimensions:   93.5  m  1-. o.a./l h   14.8  m water  level,   max.   breadth   17.8 tn/
depth  moulded 8/90 ra * $' ~
■ 2   x  2400 bhp  -   mwm -   abt.    15  knots .   t mds fUA 7M£     7J$l A. - Z0q7**>&
accommodation   for  20   crew  -   grt   1199
aft/brid< :k   4.40/lower hold 1.90 m
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requirement/ for foreign
  vessels VESSEL "A"
1900 Tons
92.5 metres OA
14.8  " Beam
3.5  ff Draft Loaded
8.8  " Main Deckhead Ht.
14.5 knots
2 x 2000 H.P. Deutz Twin Screw Schottel Prop. 360°
Delco 440  60 cycle  3 phase
3 x 100 K.W.
20 reefer fittings
52 x 40T trailers
Plus  30 autos
Ramps  1 to Trailer Deck
2  " Upper Deck
13f6" ramp width
440 Tons DFO
960 tons cargo on Trailer Deck
1600 tons ballast
60 tons F.W.
Main Deck   60 tons per unit
Upper Deck  40 tons per unit
20 air changes per hr.  Main Deck
Gas warning.
Stern door McGregor. No ramp.
No bow door.
Crew accommodation - air conditioned, 19 persons, single cabins.
BareBoat Charter - $2800. per diem
7-year buy-out. MARINE     DES(£nj     k<XoC\l\VZS.   LTV.
COMPARISON OF RAIL CAR/TRAILER VESSELS
PARTICULARS
TRIPLE
DOUBLE
CARGO VESSEL
CARGO VESSEL
DECK BARGE
DECK BARGE
PROPOSAL 1
PROPOSAL 2
351'-0"
344'-0"
410'-0"
420'-0"
68'-0"
66'-0"
58'-0"
67,-0"
17'-0"
15'-0"
20'-0"
23'-0"
37I-0"
35'-0"
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55'-0"
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10'-6"
8'-0"
18'-0"
18'-0"
6150 Tons
4300 Tons
8000 Tons
8750 Tons
Approx. 8
Knots
Approx. 9 Knots
18 Knots
18 Knots
Minimum
Minimum
2000 H.P.
Tug
2000 H.P. Tug
14000
14000
30 Off
31 Off
28 Off
31 Off
40' Rail Cars
40* Rail Cars
40' Rail Cars
40' Rail Cars
82 Off
44 Off
41 Off
42 Off
40' Trailers
40' Trailers
40' Trailers
40' Trailers
$7 Million
$5.75  Million
$18.5 Million
$20 Million
Length Overall
Breadth Moulded
Depth to Main Deck
Depth to "A" Deck
Depth to "B" Deck
Draft
Total Displacement
Speed
Horse Power Total
Loading Capacity
Approximate
Construction Cost MARINE
DES(£kj  A-tfoC/AT£5. i-TP.
COMPARISON OF
RAIL CAR/TRAILER VESSELS
PARTICULARS
TRIPLE
DECK BARGE
DOUBLE
DECK BARGE
CARGO VESSEL
PROPOSAL 1
CARGO VESSEL
PROPOSAL 2
Length Overall
351'-0"
344'-0"
410'-0"
420'-0"
Breadth Moulded
es'-o"
66'-0"
ss'-o"
67'-0"
Depth to Main Deck
17'-0"
15'-0"
2 0'-0"
23'-0"
Depth to "A" Deck
37'-0"
35»-0"
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Depth to "B" Deck
55'-0"
—
—
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Draft
10'-6"
8*-0"
is'-o"
18'-0"
Total Displacement
6150 Tons
4300 Tons
8000 Tons
8750 Tons
Speed
Approx. 8 Knots
Approx. 9 Knots
18 Knots
18 Knots
Horse Power Total
Minimum
2000 H.P. Tug
Minimum
2000 H.P. Tug
14000
14000
Loading Capacity
30 Off
40' Rail Cars
31 Off
40' Rail Cars
28 Off
40' Rail Cars
31 Off
40" Rail Cars
82 Off
40' Trailers
44 Off
40' Trailers
41 Off
40' Trailers
42 Off
40' Trailers
Approximate
Construction Cost
$7 Million
$5.75  Million
$18.5 Million
$20 Million 14 October
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1977.
Mr. Cairns:
. Bob Schmitt
, 2405, phoned wanting to know the
width of
our
ramps
at
A-3 and A-l
, and
gave me the
following measurements of
a vessel
that
could be us
ed in
ro-ro service, if
able to fit
in at our piers:
Beam
66
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Ramp
28
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Draft
21
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Will you pi
ease advise him.
Asked
Jim Finnie,
and he said
to refer
it to you.
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15 99  GRI^;-  Full Scaniiincr Vessel
jyiAIiN   DIMENSION'S
Lengtn  over  all
'Length oetw.   Per p.
Breaatn  moulded
Depta   to  1*   Deck
Deptn   to  2.   Deck
Draught
Builders:   Rickmers J$erf t Bremerhaven
Yard  No   388
aot.   116,00 m  Sfto
103,40 m
17,40 m    57
12,20 m
5,70 IT;
aot.        5,25 m
Deadweight! abt.   2900   t
fiMilx Speed   at  Draught  =  5,25   m       abt.   16   knots
Classification:   Germ.   Lloyd   +   100  A  4   E,   +  MC   AUT   16/24
SPEED on 1530 dwat abt. "IT /  17-5 kn
CONTAINER   :     \kk units 20^ x 8 &%'6"  on trailer deck  (2 tiers high)
71 x 40
on weather deck (1 tier^further units
can be accomodated in a 2nd or 3rd tier ,
provided charterers have suitable loading
gear ( fork lifts etcv) and provided to
vessels stability). However vessel x±&
shld have enough stability to load 70
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CARGO CAPACITIES;
TAi.\K CAPACITIES
DECKLOADS
bales    i
40f Trailer
1. JecK
2, Decx
TaaKtop
aot, 6500 m3
abt'. 1100 m3
35
36
aot.   4 0 Cars
aot, 9600 m3
71 Trailer
> aot. 40 Cars
Heavy Oil
Diesel Oil
Gas Oil
Fresh Water
abt.
abt.
abt.
abt.
Water Ballast  abt.
360  m3
75   m3
.   40   IT!3
8 5   m3
2000  m3
Jfoo_ $'
Axle   Load Fork   Lift  Truck
sinale     couple   (total  weicrht)
1.Deck
2... Deck1..
Tank too
2t/m2
4t/m2
7t/m2
15t
46t
9t
281
>t
iiolds  with  mechanical  ventilation,   30  air   changes  per hour.
CARGO   FACIEITIr-S
1   nyd£.   Lifting  Platform,   1,-2.Deck
-abt, 16,5m  x  3,5m,   max.   Load  40t
4
1   fixec  Ramp,   2.Deck-Tanktop
/ aot. 2, 3nv Breadth,   abt. 2,6m cl.   Heignt
1 ;hydr>   Sternraiip
aot/ 9,0m x  7,8m 7
ENGINE
2 MM 8 M 453 AK, 3000 HP each at 600/310 rpm
Consumption abt. 22,6 t HF (200 sec.   Redw.)  .
2 Diesel Generators 338 KVA eachl.-„? a~ ■„ ~i^<-
i o ri ^ !L-- -i^^ t,tt> f44GV, 60 cycles
1 Snaft Generator 700 KVA      J
1 3ow Thruster 600 HP, abt. 6,5 t thrust
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SEAMASTER
Schiffahrtskontor
Hans-Jurgen  Schuiz
2 Hamburg 11  • Deichstr, 1
-Jj Maple Shipping
1155 West Georgia
*~ ^> Vancouu&f, B.C.   V6E 3H4
Tel.: (604) 685-6411, Telex No. 04-55343 Cable MAPLESHIP
Movember   14,   1977
Mr. T. King
Superintendent Engineer
Bo C. Coast Steamship Service
Pier "B"
Foot of Burrard Street
Vancouver, B. C.
Dear Mr. King:
Enclosed is an article on the M. V. "GOYA" extracted from a recent
edition of "Marine Week."
Yours very truly,
H. D. McAnerin
Encl.
cc. Mr. B. Margetts
MAPLE SHIPPING, A DIVISION OF CROSSWORLD FREIGHT LIMITED TECHNICAL
MAPLE SHIPPING
1155 W. "GEORGIA ST.
VANCOUVER, B.C.   V6E 3H4
'Goya/ a tale of three shipyards
in three states
THE WELL-ESTABLISHED UK-Spain
operator, MacAndrews (United Baltic
Corp), has recently taken delivery of
its latest vessel, the 6 400dwt ro-ro
'Goya\ for service between Southampton-Bordeaux-Bilbao. This is the first
time that there will be direct ro-ro link
with the French port of Bordeaux.
The 'Goya' has had a fascinating beginning to her life. Originally ordered by
the Gothenburg-based Stena Line AB,
the vessel being the third of a series of
four identical vessels, but was bought
, outright by MacAndrews for somewhere
/ around £8M. But more interesting is that
she was built by three different shipyards
in three different countries! First of all
the Austrian yard of Schiffswerft Kor-
neuburg AG, Korneuburg built the hull;
she was then towed to the Romania yard
of Galatz where her bridgedeck was
fitted; then she was towed to the West
German yard of Nobiskrug at Rends-
burg, where a 30m long mid-body section
was fitted. Quite a start to a ship's life.
The vessel sails on a weekly schedule,
discharging at Bordeaux every Wednesday and returning for loading on Saturday morning. This timing enables trailer
operators to take advantage of the new
service, avoiding both delays and additional costs caused by French motorway
restrictions on commercial vehicles over
the weekend.
The vessel's schedule is:
Arrive Depart
Southampton Mon 18.00
Bordeaux-Bassens Wed 06.00   Wed 12.00
Bilbao Thurs 06.00 Fri 12.00
Bordeaux-Bassens Sat 08.00     Sat 12.00
Southampton Mon 06.00
New cargo handling equipment is being introduced to meet the needs of this
expansion in service and steps have been
taken to ensure experienced and personalised efficiency at each port. At Southampton, MacAndrews will have a 5\
acre site and an office where TIR clearance and all documentation is undertaken. Sailings are from No 3 Berth with
maximum weight restriction being 100
tons. The company also has its own office
and terminal facilities at Bilbao where,
at the Santurce Berth, two new giant
MacPak container cranes are being
constructed adjacent to the ro-ro link-
span. At Bordeaux, Mory SA has been
appointed agents due to its century-long
experience in the UK trade. The ro-ro
ferry will berth at a reserved fenced-in
berth at Bassens-Bordeaux where facilities include ample marshalling area,
reefer points, as well as cooled warehouse
space and groupage depots in Bordeaux
itself.
But not everything has gone smoothly;
the 'Goya' when docking at Southampton has trouble lowering her stern ramp
PRINCIPAL PARTICULARS
'Goya'
Ro-ro vessel
Built Schiffswerft Korneuburg AG,
Austria,
Galatz Shipyard, Romania and
Nobiskrug, West Germany
Owners: UBC/MacAndrews
Length oa 144.07m
Length bp 131.70m
Breadth mid 17.60m
Depth mid, main deck 5.80m
Depth mid, upper deck 11.73m
Draught mid 5.00m
Main engine      Twin Deutz SBV12M540
2X6 OOObhp at 600 rev/min
Speed 18.5 knots
Capacity for 200teu
Route: Southampton-Bordeaux-Bilbao
onto the linkspan. This is due to the fact
that there is only a couple of inches to
spare on either side, so it is a very tight
fit with little room for mistakes. To combat this the company is installing a
pontoon at No 3 Berth before Christmas.
The vessel herself is a ro-ro ship of
typically Scandinavian appearance, with
the designers being Knud E Hansen A/S
of Copenhagen. She is of all welded construction with the transverse system of
framing being used except for the midship bottom where the longitudinal system is used. With a bulbous bow, bow
door and watertight door, transom stern
and stern ramp, cargo is carried on
three decks (lower deck, main deck and
weatherdeck), with classification being
undertaken by Det Norske Veritas.
The vessel has a capacity for 200teu,
which is nearly four times the old capacity on the route with the 'Patricia'. Deck
'Goya' docked at No 3 Berth Southampton, pioneering for MacAndrews
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1155 W. GEORGIA ST.
TECHNICAL
Marine Week November 4, 1977  23
machinery consists ofV/r^SPuYf&la?)^
hydraulic self-tensioning -winches, eaoh
with a capacity for seven tons and two
Hatlapa hydraulic self-tensioning winch/
windlasses. The anchor is supplied by
Blohm 4- Voss.
Accommodation is provided for 12
drivers, situated on the boatdeck, where
there is also the officers' and seamen's
accommodation plus messes. Accommodation is air-conditioned, the equipment
being of Svenskaflaekt make. The wheel-
house, situated well forward is of an
unusual layout. The main engine console
is situated on the starboard side, with two
Kelvin Hughes radar sets offset to port.
These are a K-H 19/12C, "X" and "S"
Band interswitched with a Kelvin Hughes
situation display unit. Directly behind the
radars is the helmsman's station which
is strangely positioned as his view could
be impeded by users of the radar sets.
Bridge equipment includes a Mk 21
Decca navigator, Krupp-Atlas echo-
sounder, Anschutz gyro-compass and
auto-pilot, Marconi Lodestar III direction
finder, Jungner log, Strok Kwant engine
telegraph. Elektromekan AP759 vhf set,
United Marine Electronic crew call,
Norske-Gine C02 fire-extinguishing system, Erikson fire-alarm. The main engine
and bow thruster controls are repeated
on both bridge wings. Radio communication equipment is supplied by Kelvin
Hughes.
The main engineroom is rather
spacious, as is the auxiliary engineroom,
with propulsion being supplied by two
Deutz SBV12M540 diesel engines, developing 6 OOObhp each at 600 rev/min,
driving through a Tacke gearbox, type
HSN800, to two Lips controllable propellers, type HUB, giving the vessel a
speed of 18.5 knots on about 48 tons of
fuel per day. Directly behind the main
Deutz diesels, supply main and auxiliary power to the ro-ro vessel
engineroom is the auxiliary machinery,
where again Deutz diesels are fitted.
These units are type BA6M528 diesel
engines, developing 800bhp at 750 rev/
min, driving two Van Kaick generators,
type 120G18, rated at 650kVA. The
steering gear is of the electro-hydraulic
type manufactured by Tenfjord.
As is usual with this type of vessel,
bow thrusters are provided. The 'Goya'
has been fitted with twin Lips units.
Besides pioneering the first UK-
Bordeaux ro-ro service, UBC/Mac-
Andrews has also started the first containerised service from the UK to
Gibraltar. The service is operated initially
on a fortnightly basis, but this will be
increased to weekly. The service started
from Sheerness in July, operated by two
chartered cellular containerships each
with a capacity of about 140teu. It is
planned in due course to replace these
vessels by two larger containerships with
a capacity of 200teu. In Gibraltar the
company has its own 125-ton crane at
pier 2 and provides various ancillary
equipment such as tugmasters and
trailers. On the way out to Gibraltar the
vessels call at Lisbon, while on the return
journey the service covers Cartagena,
Cadiz and Lisbon.
This service to Bilbao takes advantage
of freight recently shunned by Swedish
Lloyd and other operators when they
pulled out of the UK--Bilbao car ferry
and ro-ro route earlier this year.
General arrangement of the 6 400dwt ro-ro 'Goya'
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