Turkish operator increases shipping and maritime services in the Bosporus with two new service vessels
Düzgit Group has expanded its services to shipping in the busy Bosporus area of Turkey through the delivery of two new multipurpose workboats.
Düzgit Group is bringing new workboat Salim Düzgit into service in June. This 20-m vessel was launched in April 2019 with deck area for cargo and personnel transportation and marine construction support. Düzgit built this vessel at its own shipyard in Yalova, 20 km from Tuzla, Turkey.
Sanmar built utility workboat Poyraz Koy in its facilities in Istanbul, Turkey, for services including towage, cargo transportation, crewing services, marine construction and maintenance work.
This 19.8-m shallow-draught vessel has a clear working deck for transporting cargo or equipment, marine contracting and construction work, navigation aids maintenance and anchor handling.
Poyraz Koy was built to a Robert Allan RAlly 1900-SX design as a versatile steel twin screw utility vessel. It has a moulded breadth of 7 m and navigational draught of 1.8 m.
Poyraz Koy particulars
Owner: Düzgit Group
Type: Towing utility vessel
Designer: Robert Allan
Design: RAlly 1900-SX
Length oa: 19.8 m
Breadth, moulded: 7 m
Depth, moulded: 2.8 m
Draught: 1.8 m
Crew: 4 persons
Speed: 11.5 knots
Deck area: 55 m2
Poyraz Koy has a 30-tonne hydraulic marine crane on the deck for lifting cargo, construction equipment and navigation aids. A towing hook can be added for towing and anchor handling.
Its propulsion is by twin fixed pitch propellers driven by Volvo D13 engines, rated around 400 kW giving Poyraz Koy a top speed of about 11.5 knots.
Düzgit operates a fleet of five chemical tankers ranging 3,165-15,995 dwt, built between 2008 and 2014.