Fishing crew and Seafood Processor

Welcome to Molajaya Samudera Crew Management

PT Molajaya Samudera Crew Management is a recruitment and placement company located in Jakarta and Bali, Indonesia.

We have been doing recruitment and placement of highly qualified and experienced Indonesian crew, fishing crew & seafood processor for working on fishing vessel and seafood processing plant in Asia, Australia and Europe for more than 26 years.

We are committed to meet our Principal’s expectation by continuously improve our Quality Management System in order to guarantee the quality and language skill of the crew, fishing crew & seafood processor that we supplied.








FOR SALE: 1800 TON SUPER TUNA PURSE SEINER


  
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Equipment
PURSE SEINE DECK WINCH

Marco WS-484 hydraulic purse seine winch (installed new in 2009 and recently serviced). The winch cables were not examined (only what was visible on the drum). The winch was tested (with no problems) at the time of the survey.

HYDRAULIC POWER BLOCK

Marco power block installed new in 2013. The winch was tested (with no problems) at the time of the survey.

SPARES

There were numerous spare parts onboard for the winch and the power block (including a spare 5-piston motor for the power block).

CARGO WINCHES

Multiple hydraulic cargo winches of different capacities in the rigging and on deck - most were installed new with the mast and rigging in 2013.

DECK CRANES

Forward and aft deck cranes fitted for offloading purposes. The forward crane was recently rebuilt (it works for offloading from the forward hatch, but the boom does not extend). The aft crane was installed new in 2013.

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Sails & Spars
MAST - CROW’S NEST & RIGGING

The mast - crow’s nest, brailing and cargo booms, blocks, cables and
connections were installed new in 2013.

Professionally installed and engineered system in excellent condition (multi-million dollar shipyard contract).

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Navigation Equipment
NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT & DESCRIPTION

COMPASSES

2 Sperry Gyrocompasses / Magnetic compass

RADARS

3 x Furuno commercial grade radars with 18” displays (2 x S-band bird radars / 1 X-band radar)
Radar slave display in the crow’s nest

SONAR

Furuno CSH 530 with 12” LCD display and 18” slave display

AUTOPILOTS

Sperry (Gyro) / ComNav 2001 (magnetic backup pilot)

SOUNDERS

Furuno FCV-1100L (10” LCD display) Furuno FCV-295 (10” LCD display)

COMPUTER

Plotter MaxSea computer plotter (in the office)

CURRENT DOPPLERS

2 x JRC

VHF RADIOS

Multiple VHF radios in compliance with GMDSS regulations for Area 3 (in pilothouse, office and crow’s nest)

SSB RADIOS

2 x Icom (pilothouse and office)

INMARSAT

Furuno (flat broadband)

G.P.S’s

3 x Furuno (in chart room)

OTHER ITEMS

2 Taiyo direction finders / Bridge watch alarm / Dytex seawater temperature system
Iridium satellite phone (office) / Furuno speed log / Black box vessel positioning device
Furuno weather fax / Desktop PC with fax and printer (office)
Bridge to engine room and deck communications / Miscellaneous other items

SYSTEM TEST / GENERAL INFORMATION

The electronics were tested where possible and with the following exceptions, the equipment was in working order.

UPGRADES

The electronics have been upgraded through the years. Certain VHF’s were dated, but overall it was a capable and modern electronics package. The antennas were recently renewed.

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Safety Equipment
GENERAL SERVICE BILGE PUMPS

2 x Electrically driven 3 ½” (7 HP) general service pumps.

PURPOSES
i. Discharge water from the lower engine room bilge, pipe alley, wet deck and forepeak bilge (bow thruster room).
ii. Charge and discharge seawater ballast tanks.

OILY WATER SEPARATOR
B.O.S.S. bilge oil separation system maintained in good working order.

FIRE PUMP
Electrically driven (35 HP) 3” fire pump plumbed to 6 fire stations throughout the vessel.
The fire pumping system was maintained in serviceable condition.

OTHER PUMPING SYSTEMS
2 x 6” (35 HP) pumps to charge the fish-wells.
23 x 6” Fish-well circulation pumps.
Miscellaneous other pumping systems.

RECENT MAINTENANCE
Seawater intake valves are fitted on each of the 23 fish-wells. 20 of these valves were overhauled in 2015.

MAIN SEA-CHESTS
2 Main sea-chests (last reported service in 2009).

PIPING FOR SEAWATER
Owing to age the steel seawater lines (fill lines for the fish-wells, bilge suction, etc.) should be examined for corrosion, cropped and replaced as necessary in the not-too distant future in keeping with prudent maintenance practices. (See Maintenance Issues)

FLOOD PREVENTION

HIGH WATER BILGE ALARMS
High water bilge alarms were fitted for the lower engine room bilge, pipe alley, wet deck and forward bilge (bow thruster room).
Custom alarm system tested and working (at the panel).

WATERTIGHT BULKHEADS
Watertight bulkheads and / or doors were fitted between all major compartments.

WORK DECK DRAINAGE
Suitably sized and spaced open freeing ports.

BILGE PUMPING SYSTEM
Capable bilge pumping system.

FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT

FIXED ENGINE ROOM FIRE SMOTHERING SYSTEM
Primary CO2 system positioned aft on the wet deck with secondary system (for the bow thruster room) forward on the wet deck. The system was last serviced in March 2014.

PORTABLE EXTINGUISHERS
Suitably sized fully charged portable fire extinguishers were mounted in readily accessible locations in all compartments (extinguishers last serviced in March 2014).

FIRE STATIONS
6 Fire stations clearly marked throughout the vessel. 50 meter long hoses with nozzles.

HIGH HEAT ALARMS
High heat alarms were fitted in upper and lower engine rooms, tiller flat, bow thruster room and accommodations area. The alarm system was tested and working (at the panel).

OTHER FIRE FIGHTING GEAR
1 Fire suit and 2 Scott air packs onboard.

COLLISION AVOIDANCE / GROUNDING AVOIDANCE
NAVIGATION LIGHTS
Dual navigation lights fitted and working.

A.I.S. (AUTOMATIC SHIP IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM)
No A.I.S. installed.

SIGNAL HORN
High capacity air horns in working order.

RADAR PLOTTING SYSTEM
ARPA plotting (anti-collision)
system fitted on the 3 radars.

GROUND TACKLE
Capable hydraulic windlass mounted on the forward deck with 2 suitably sized anchors.
The windlass was maintained in operable condition and was fitted with suitably sized stud-link chain.

MISCELLANEOUS

SECURITY
The outer doors were fitted with locks and the vessel was manned on a regular basis.

EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS
Dedicated battery bank for emergency communications mounted in the pilothouse.
2 Handheld GMDSS VHF’s were mounted in the pilothouse and other portable VHF’s were onboard.

EMERGENCY STEERING SYSTEM
Auxiliary steering system fitted in the tiller flat.

UNDERWATER HULL MAINTENANCE
The underwater hull was last serviced in 2013 (paint and anodes).

CREW EMERGENCY & SAFETY GEAR

LIFE RAFT 1 (STARBOARD SIDE)
2007 Beaufort 25-person life raft with hydrostatic release.
The life raft inspection certificate expired in April 2015 (See Recommendations).
The hydrostatic release expires in April 2017.

LIFE RAFT 2 (PORTSIDE)
2007 Beaufort 25-person life raft with hydrostatic release.

The life raft inspection certificate and the hydrostatic release expired in April 2015.
(See Recommendations)

CLASS ONE E.P.I.R.B.
Class One (float free) roof mounted E.P.I.R.B.
The hydrostatic release and battery were expired. (See Recommendations)

LIFE BOATS
The power skiff and large workboat would serve as capable life boats in the event of an emergency.

EMERGENCY FLARES / SART
No emergency flares sighted. (See Recommendations)

2 SARTs were mounted at the pilothouse access (port and starboard) with batteries valid to December 2015.

CREW FLOTATION DEVICES / OTHER SAFETY GEAR
USGC approved life jackets with whistle (enough for full crew complement).

3 Life rings mounted on the boat deck with attached heaving lines and floating emergency strobe lights.

2 of the emergency strobe lights were not working. (See Recommendations)

2 Life rings with heaving lines mounted on the work deck. Offshore grade first-aids kits.


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Fish Wells and Refrigeration
FISH-WELLS

DESIGN / CONFIGURATION
23 Fish-Wells: Forward center well and 11 wells along each side with 15†raised coamings. A pipe alleyway, with upper and lower walkways, was positioned along the centerline between the wells.

STATUS OF THE FISH-WELLS
Fish-wells no. 1 and no. 2 (port and starboard) were 90% drained. Fish-wells no. 3 - no.12 (port and starboard) were filled with water (regular practice for stability purposes).

FISH-WELL CAPACITIES
The fish-wells range in capacity from 90 tons - 157 tons.

Total combined capacity is approx.1750 tons.

REFRIGERATION COILS
The wells were steel lined and were fitted with a system of tightly spaced coils for refrigeration purposes. The coil system was renewed in 2009.

CONDITION OF THE FISH-WELLS
The steel linings in the fish-wells were refinished when the new coils were installed in 2009. The linings and coils were in serviceable condition where exposed in the forward holds.
The water in the 18 fish-wells that were filled had reportedly been in place for several months. The fact that the water was clear bodes well for structural integrity of the wells (i.e. discoloration of the water over time could be indicative of leaks from the double bottom tanks).

LOADING PROCEDURE (SUGGESTED UPGRADE)
The fish-wells are loaded from the work deck by a central sluice and a system of portable chutes that are manually positioned by the crew over the well coamings.
This method of loading is labour intensive and has been replaced by a conveyor system on most tuna seiners nowadays. An upgrade to a conveyor system for loading purposes would be a positive upgrade.

OFF LOADING PROCEDURE
The fish-wells are fitted with sluices at the bottom to allow the fish to migrate for offloading purposes. Fish-wells no.1 - no. 7 (port and starboard) are offloaded through the hatch on the forward deck. Fish-wells no. 8 - no. 12 (port and starboard) are offloaded through hatches on the work deck.

REFRIGERATION SYSTEM

THE NEED TO FREEZE
Tuna have to be frozen solid within 24 hours of coming onboard or they begin to deteriorate.

SYSTEM PARTICULARS
The expansion refrigeration system is powered by 6 Vilter reciprocating compressors and has 2 x 300 ton condensers.

SYSTEM CAPACITY
The system can reportedly freeze 300 tons of fish per day in a brine solution in the wells.

More capacity is reportedly available, if the system is properly operated.

SYSTEM CAPACITY / OPERATING TEMPERATURE
The system will reportedly maintain a temperature of 10° Fahrenheit or less in the wells.

MOST RECENT MAINTENANCE
The refrigeration system had a partial overhaul in 2012 (compressors no.1 and no. 2 were overhauled and the receivers were upgraded).

SYSTEM CONDITION
The refrigeration system was in operational condition at the time of the survey.
Vilter compressors 3 - 6 have been using more lubricating oil than normal and are in need of general overhaul in the not-too-distant future. (See Maintenance Issues)

SPARES
There were numerous spare parts onboard for the various refrigeration system components.

To obtain more detailed information on this vessel please visit www.timarine.com/Carol_Linda.pdf  or contact sales@timarine.com  or call: +1 902 467 0239
NOTABLE UPGRADES & MAINTENANCE
STRUCTURAL
2000 Hull lengthened amidships by approx. 50 ft. at Pan United Shipyard in Singapore.
Significant hull maintenance and repair carried out at Ching-Fu Shipbuilding Co. in Taiwan.

2012 Deteriorated underwater hull plating renewed in compliance with ultrasound survey at Ship Repair New Zealand Ltd.

GALLEY / ACCOMMODATIONS

2000 New galley.

2009 New upper deckhouse installed (37 ft. x 22 ft.) abaft the pilothouse on the boat deck (spare accommodations and storage rooms).

MECHANICAL SYSTEMS AND RIGGING

2009 New refrigeration coils fitted in the fish wells. New Marco purse winch. Main sea chests serviced.

2013 New mast with crow’s nest, brailing boom and cargo boom. New rigging including all new cargos winches, cables, blocks and power block. New deck crane aft. Mostly new hydraulic system.

2014 Refrigeration system partially overhauled.

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

2012 Rebuilt Caterpillar 3412 installed with generator (no.1 gen-set).

ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT

The electronics have been upgraded with new models through the years including several recent additions.

FISHING GEAR

2009 New tuna net.

2013 New power skiff.

Please note photos in this section were supplied by owner from time of actual shipyard work.

To obtain more detailed information on this vessel please visit www.timarine.com/Carol_Linda.pdf  or contact sales@timarine.com  or call: +1 902 467 0239
Hydraulic System
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM UPGRADE

The primary and backup hydraulic systems underwent a major refit in 2013 with new pumps, hoses, valves and associated hardware.

HYDRAULIC HOSE MAKING EQUIPMENT / SPARES

There were hydraulic hose making equipment and supplies onboard and there were numerous spare parts for the various hydraulic system components.

MAIN HYDRAULIC ENGINE

Make / Model Caterpillar 3412
Year Built Unknown
Horsepower Tag not visible
Serial No. Tag not visible
Engine Hours 7041

CONDITION / SERVICE HISTORY

The engine was maintained in good working order (it started right off and performed well during the survey).

The engine had acquired 7,041 hours of use since the last rebuild (date of rebuild unconfirmed).

MAIN HYDRAULICS

Multi-stage gear / demand pumps with Marco pump-drive. The system was plumbed with marine grade hydraulic hoses, valves and fittings.

CONDITION SERVICE HISTORY

The primary hydraulic system was well maintained. Most of the components have had minimal use since installation in 2013.

BACKUP HYDRAULIC SYSTEM / INDEPENDANT OFFLOADING SYSTEM

BACKUP HYDRAULIC SYSTEM:

A backup hydraulic system was driven off a Caterpillar 353 auxiliary engine (engine serial no. 46B7076). The engine had acquired 3,294 hours of use since the last rebuild and was in good working order (tested during the survey).

The backup hydraulic system was functional and was designed to bring the tuna net back onboard in the event of a primary hydraulic system failure.

INDEPENDENT OFFLOADING SYSTEM:

An electrically driven hydraulic pump-set powers the forward and aft deck cranes.

This system facilitates offloading without the added expense of operating the main hydraulic engine.

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Fishing Pictures (Owner Supplied)
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Further Information
Status:
Available
Price:
USD 9,650,000 Per Vessel
Location:
Las Vagas Nevada USA
Advertiser:
Theriault International Marine
Reference:
TIMUV406061
Telephone:
+1 902 467 0239
Contact:
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