Construction of multipurpose self-propelled modular barge
Product designed and built at the ASMAR Magallanes plant, especially to satisfy support requirements for loading and unloading activities in the Antarctic. Their design is modular and can be transported in trucks allowing their assembly afloat. This self-propelled barge has outboard motors and is operated with just two people. It has a 20-tonne capacity, available space for a 20-foot container and access ramps for use with heavy machinery.
- Total length: 9.50 m
- Moulded breadth: 6.00 m
- Strut: 1.00 m
- Propulsion: Outboard motors
- Installed power: 2 x 200 HP
- Maximum cargo capacity: 20 tonnes
- Crew: 2
Construction of port tugboats
Steel vessels designed to operate supporting docking and undocking manoeuvres, towing smaller vessels in protected waters, boarding and disembarking personnel and transportation of harbour pilots. It has a 12-tonne bollard pull and maximum speed of 12 knots with propulsion power of 2 x 300 HP. Its autonomy is 800 nautical miles, with habitability for 4 people and transportation capacity of 2 tonnes of cargo above deck.
- Total length: 16.11 m
- Length between perpendiculars: 14.60 m
- Breadth: 5.01 m
- Moulded strut: 2.70 m
- Draught: 1.70 m
- Autonomy: 800 nm
- Freshwater: 1,350 lts
- Deck cargo: 2.00 ton
- Habitability: 4 persons
- Propulsion: 2x 300 HP
- Maximum bollard pull: 12 ton
- Maximum speed: 12.0 knots
Fabrication of SEC certified tanks
Since 2015, the Shipyard is SEC certified for the fabrication of carbon steel or stainless steel hydrocarbon tanks with a capacity of up to 50 m3, configured as a tank-tainer, either buried or for exterior stationary use, with double wall and insulation for extreme cold climates, should it be required.
Modification of vessels for the installation of complex equipment
Transformation of ships in order to install, for example: fishmeal fabrication plants, which includes integration of steam production systems, fish processing and cleaning, cooking, grinding, transportation, fabrication and storage of fishmeal, adjusting the equipment to the ship’s available spaces.