Rodman starts the construction of the 3 units of the Rodman 111 Offshore Patrol Vessel for the Spanish Tax Agency (AEAT)
- Last January, Rodman was awarded the contract for the design and construction of 3 units of the Rodman 111 Offshore Patrol Vessel model.
- After the initial design phase, Rodman has started the construction of these Patrol Vessels.
Rodman Polyships S.A.U., a Rodman Group Shipyard specialised in the construction of all types of GRP (Glass fibre Reinforced Polyester) boats and vessels, is building 3 new Offshore Patrol Vessels for the Surveillance Service of the Spanish Tax Agency.
The signing of this new contract took place in January and after a few months of initial design and project planing, Rodman is now in the construction stage of the first units. These days the initial stage of the lamination process for the first unit has been successfully completed.
The execution period is 36 months for all the units, 16 months for the first vessel and the remaining 2 will be delivered with a 10 month interval between each of them.
The new Rodman 111 units will be offshore patrol vessel, designed for sea patrolling, smuggling repression, interception, searching, physical presence and surveillance for the compliance of national and international laws. All these tasks will be carried out with the utmost respect for the comfort and safety of the ten-person crew.
This new and important order reinforces Rodman’s experience, know-how and knowledge in the design and construction of large length patrol vessels, consolidating the relationship and trust of the Spanish Tax Agency in this Rodman 111 model, after the delivery, two years ago, of the Rodman 138, a 43 m. length Offshore Patrol Vessel, the largest unit built in Glass fibre Reinforced Polyester, to date.
Main Technical Features:
Rodman 111: Offshore Patrol Vessel
With 35.3 m. of overall length, this Patrol Vessel model has been developed by Rodman’s design, development and engineering teams, perfectly matching high performance, reliability, build quality and seaworthy characteristics.
The vessels will be equipped with two marine diesel engines, each driving Waterjets with integrated gearboxes, to reach maximum speeds of 35 knots. Each vessel will be fitted with:
- Main Engines: Two (2) CUMMINS Engines, model QSK60-M
- Water Jets: Two (2) KAMEWA Waterjets , model S63-3/CA.
- Gearboxes: Two (2) ZF Gearboxes, model ZF 8000
This Rodman 111 model has been designed for a crew of 10 people. With a range of 1,432 miles at economic speed (19 knots), capable of remaining at sea for long periods of time, providing a great advantage from an operational and effectiveness point of view.
They will be provided with state-of-the-art navigation and electronic equipment.
Summary of Technical Features:
- Length Overall: 35.30 m
- Overall Beam: 6.20 m
- Depth to Main Deck: 3.40 m
- Propulsion Power: 2 x 1864 kw
- Fuel Capacity: 2 x 12,000 L
- Fresh Water Capacity: 800 L
- Speed: 35 knots
- Range (19 knots): 1.432 miles
- Crew: 10 persons
This new model has been developed to meet the specific requirements of the customer, in addition to the various technical and construction quality requirements of the Rodman standard, optimising the safety and comfort of the crew and people on board.
The award of this new order consolidates Rodman’s position as one of the world leaders in the construction of professional GRP boats. All the professional boats and leisure crafts built by the Shipyard are widely recognised and highly valued by the most demanding Shipowners, as well as by governmental organisations and administrations all over the world.