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Vessel of the Month __________
Although Murillo embodies a different design to that of the two new RoPax sis- ters, she similarly displays the requisite flexibility to enable use in different ser- vices with impunity.
Significant in a Balearics context is the vessel's design draft of 21 ft. (6.5 m). compatible with the needs of working into the Menorcan port of Mahon. Sorol- la and Fortuny have been assigned to the prime routes connecting Barcelona and
Valencia with Paltria di Mallorca.
Compania Trasmediterranea sees a clear link between this year's improve- ment in revenues and economic perfor- mance and its investment in new ferries of higher standard and increased capaci- ty. efficiency and productivity.
Main Particulars - Murillo
Classification .. .Lloyd's Register
Length o.a . .590.5 ft. (180 m)
Length b.p . .553 ft. (168.7 m)
Breadth, to main deck ... .80 ft. (24.3 m)
Depth, to main deck 13 ft. (9.6 m)
Design draft 21 ft. (6.5 m)
Deadweight, design draft 6,300 dwt
Passenger capacity 546 of which, cabin berths 396
RoRo capacity 1,900 trailer lane m 396 car lane m
Freight intake 142 trailers
Main engines (4 sets) Wansila 9L38A
Maximum output, four engines . .32,300 bhp(23,760 kW)
Service speed, design draft a 85 percent mcr 22.8 knots
Timothy Graul Marine Design
Specializes In Variety
For the past 20 years, Timothy Graul
Marine Design (TGMD). based in Stur- geon Bay, Wise., has designed a full spectrum of vessels, most recently the three-mast wood schooner Denis Sulli- van. The vessel, which is a re-creation of a 19th Century Great Lakes cargo schooner sailed last winter from ports in
Florida and this summer has called upon a variety of Great Lakes ports.
The 83-ft. (25.2-m) Evening Star was designed by Timothy Graul Marine Design for Shoreline
Marine of Chicago.
Other vessels recently completed by
TGMD designs include a 96-ft. (29.2- m) aluminum research catamaran for the
University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science; a 120-ft. (36.5-m) ferry barge and 55-ft. (16.7-m) towboat for the State of Illinois built by Serodino of Chattanooga. In addition, Bay ship recently delivered the 83-ft. (25.2-m) Evening Star to Shore- line Marine of Chicago. The vessel, which was designed by TGMD, is
USCG-certified for 340 passengers for architectural tours and sightseeing cruis- es. Another significant segment of
TGMD's business is engineering con- versions and repowering of vessels. On specific project that is currently under- way will result in a 20-year-old boat that will be delivered next season with new engines, more passenger space and greater speed.
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