PROZERO have recently launched their new 11m DCW Crew Transfer Vessel.
This daughter craft is developed for wind farm service, with a specially designed fender for safe transfers. The design of the ProZero cabin ensure a huge amount of daylight, this also improve the personal comfort. Benefits by being significantly lighter than market average are lower fuel consumption and lighter lifting equipment on mother vessel. Supporting the great and proven sailing capabilities.
Partnering with Alamarin-Jet early in design process meant that many of the headaches for 1st time installations were removed due to design support supplied directly from the factory, while utilising the local distributor for on site support in the build stages.
The boat is made of a combination of glass- and carbon fibre as sandwich construction with PVC as core material. This core material act as a natural buoyancy reserve material, due to its lightweight and zero water-absorption. Moreover, the sandwich construction avoids the use of internal stiffeners, increasing the usable internal space and offers a natural insulation capability, improving the comfort in the cabin and manned compartments.
Power is supplied by a pair of Volvo Penta D6 435 WJ engines and thrust is supplied by a pair of Alamarin-Jet AJ 288 waterjets.