SPLIT HOPPER BARGEComplete Vessel Project
Split hopper barge fully designed by GLO Marine from concept to detail design. The vessel is equipped with a 410m3 hopper, for a dredging spoil density of 2.0t/m3, having a maximum dumping angle of 40 degrees. The class drawings were developed in accordance with Bureau Veritas rules and regulations for inland navigation, considering also navigation in ice.More details
Floating Research VesselConcept Design
Two-module unit designed for inland navigation with extensive on-board facilities for artificial reproduction of different fish species and repopulation of natural habitats.
The vessel can accommodate up to 12 technicians together with 4 crew. The modular design ensures a free-vibrations working deck for safe fish reproduction.
The vessel is equipped with several green energy systems such as solar panels, wind turbine or devices to capture water current energy. These are aimed at providing the electrical supply for hotel loads, whilst stationary for periods of up to 40 days to carry out research activities.
20 m Catamaran WorkboatBASIC DESIGN
20m catamaran workboat designed for multiple roles undertaking various assignments in diverse working environments, with main focus on aquaculture operations around the Faroe Islands. The vessel displays optimum deck space in relation to its deck equipment, thus ensuring maximum efficiency in operation with minimum crew.
The large length to beam ratio provides excellent stability performances, whereas the two high-capacity cranes cover a board range of lifting operations.
Electric Pusher-TugConcept Design
Full electric pusher-tug combo designed by GLO Marine to operate within the confines of busy harbours, assisting with manoeuvring larger vessels. The maximum bollard pull capacity is 10t on 2 x 300 kW electric motors.
The vessel was designed to an operability window of 4 hours and a charging time window of only 2 hours, making use of the Triton EL Propulsion System proposed by Brunvoll. The battery system consists of 4x11 strings, of 66kWh each, yielding a total usable capacity of approximately 2,487kWh and a nominal capacity of 2,902 kWh, the total system weight being just under 16.0t with a minimum lifespan of 7 years.
15 m Catamaran WorkboatConcept Design
15m catamaran workboat intended for aquaculture operations, specifically salmon farming, around the Faroe Islands. Owner requirements stated a continuous sailing time of just over 10 hours at a service speed of 8knots, on a single charge. Electric propulsion was the preferred option, resulting in zero fumes on the main deck in contact with crew, as well as low engine noise, a benefit for the crew but also for the fish.
Hull shape has been optimized through extensive CFD calculations to ensure wave-making resistance is minimized at the service speed.
12 m Research VesselConcept Design
Small survey vessel for shallow water operations with great stability to enhance data gathering capabilities at the survey speeds of 8 knots and a transit speed of 20 Knots.
The vessel is equipped with a survey kit comprising of rotating aluminium davit, stern mount "A" frame and aft deck moon-pool with electrical frame for multi-beam deployment. The accommodation allows for extensive workspace for up 4 technicians, whereas the stern drive propulsion system yields excellent maneuverability for accurate measurements.
High Speed Patrol Vessel – GREComplete Vessel Project
Complete design for a GRE Patrol vessel following BV Class Society Rules for high speed crafts. The boat has a length of 24m, a maximum draft of 1.6m and can accommodate up to 25 persons on board in addition to its 7 crew memebers.
Two Caterpillar main engines are offering a maximum output power of 1193 kW which are allowing the vessel to be able to navigate with speeds above 30 knots.
The vessel is certified for safe navigation according to sea state 4 requirements, but is designed for safe navigation against sea state 6 environment.
OIL SPILL RECOVERY VESSELComplete Vessel Project
GLO Marine has completed the concept design phase for an aluminium HSLC (high speed light craft) designed following the Rules for high speed crafts given by both DNVGL and Bureau Veritas Class Society.
The main purpose of the vessel is fast intervention and recovery of oil spills in harbour areas and sheltered waters. The vessel can recover up to 25 m3 of oil in one trip and is installed with the latest heavy-duty oil recovery systems. 2 waterjets propulsion systems are driven by 2 main diesel generators developing a total of 1700 kW.
The Main deck is designed for a distributed load of 2 tons/m2 and can accommodate a 10ft container. Accommodation for 2 crew members is provided.
MULTI PURPOSE PUSHERComplete Vessel Project
Multipurpose vessel fully designed by GLO Marine from concept to detail design. The vessel can push up to 4 barges and the on board crane can lift up to 5.3t at a boom extension of 14.1m. Due to the innovative hull shape and design features, the vessel is very fuel efficient. The class drawings were developed in accordance with Bureau Veritas rules and also navigation in ice.