July 30 – Pacific Guardian

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On July 28th, the Pacific Pilotage Authority’s chair Lorraine Cunningham (pictured above with Ocean Pacific Marine President Bruce Kempling) christened, the Pacific Guardian at the naming ceremony in Campbell River, BC.  The Pacific Guardian, built by Ocean Pacific Marine and designed by Camarc, is the most advanced pilot launch in Canada with features such as with two fully compliant IMO tier III engines, a resiliently mounted super structure, and a highly efficient hull.  Weight reduction features include carbon fibre tail shafts and composite cooling water piping.

Length (overall):    19.95m
Length (hull):         18.0m
Length waterline:  17.7m
Beam (hull):             4.8m
Beam (overall):       5.6m
Draught (approx.): 1.1m
Fuel capacity:          5000 litres
DEF capacity          2 x 250 liters
Water capacity:     250 litres
Complement:        3 Crew & 6 Pilots
Speed:                    25 Knots @ 85% MCR, 28 Knots @ 100% MCR
Range:                    400nm @ 25 Knots

The Pacific Pilotage Authority thanks all of its industry partners for supporting this project.

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