|Photographer:||Capt. Jan Melchers [View profile]||Title:||Ulla Rinman||Added:||Dec 16, 2004|
| Rescue vessel Ulla Rinman (Jelina), Swedish flag
Hull constructed: 1970 at Falkenbergs Shipyard, equipped at Djupviks Shipyard Sweden.
Type of vessel: Icebreaking rescue vessel.
Construction material: steel, aluminium superstructure
Length overall: 23.82 meters (Ipp 21.15 meters)
With overall: 6.90 meters
Draft: 3.25 meters
Displacement: 130 tonnes
Tonnage: 31 NT, 98 GT
Main engine: June Munkell 6TMFD 260 MVH, 720 bHp/425 rpm. Four stroke diesel
with intercooler. Complete overhaul in 2001. Stainless steel ice-going propeller.
Aux. engine: Volvo TMD 100A, 4800 running hours, runs pumps, hydraulics (Berg bow
thrusters, anchor windlass and winch). 34 lVA 380/220V generator.
Cruising speed: 9-10 knots / 300-400 rpm at 40-70 litres/hr.
Bunkers: Diesel - 5 tanks hold 22000 litres + 500 litres day-tank.
Water: 2000 litres.
Septic: 250 litres.
Lube oil: 150 litres.
Foam for fire fighting: 4000 litres
Equipment: Furuno FR-2110 72 nm radar with video plotter. Transas ES2, 1x12 pers Viking
life-rafts, Garmin GPS, VHF x 3, Furuno GPS x 2, Furuno Autopilot, Furuno deep sounder
Gyro compass, Sea Matz searching lights x 2, Camera system, TV VHS-video, Zodiac 340R
Yamaha 25 hp, Water scooter Yamaha 1200R, Hydraulic crane, Hydraulic gangway,
Generator 1x25 kw, Generator 1x10 kw,
This is most likely the finest Scandinavian rescue vessel that will be available for a long time.
She is in very good condition and has spent her entire career (1970-2003) in service at the
Rörö rescue station in the Gothenburg archipelago, and thereafter had an enthusiastic owner
Who has conserved and converted her in to a well functioning plesure yacht.