Maximum comfort, extreme safety and excellent performances in terms of speed are the elements that characterize the High Speed Passengers Vessel C.866 built for Navigazione Libera del Golfo s.r.l of Naples and intended for passenger transport throughout the Gulf of Naples.
The vehicle, a semi-leveling 56.65 meters long, 9.60 meters wide and 5.50 meters long single-hull is built entirely of aluminum and is designed to accommodate up to 700 passengers and reach a top speed of 30 knots. The propulsion of the unit is ensured by three 4t diesel engines, model MTU (16V 4000 M63L) set at 2240 Kilowatts each and coupled with three Rolls Royce – Kamewa jets, model 71S4.
The first high-speed unit for passenger transport was designed and built in our shipyard, built under the supervision of the classification company RINA in compliance with its regulations for obtaining the class, the HSC 2000 regulation and Solas, the international convention for the safeguarding of human life at sea in 1974. The unit obtained from RINA the highest class, Croce di Malta, for the hull and the machines in accordance with the HSC Code.
The boat is at the forefront in terms of technical characteristics, quality of materials, technological equipment and a range of services designed to ensure maximum comfort for passengers during the journey.
The vessel is classified with the following notation:
RINA ✠ HSC Pass, B, MON, AUT-CCS, DMS
The hull is realized in Aluminium light alloy
|Length overall||56.65 m|
|Moulded depth||5.50 m|
|Beam overall||9.60 m|
|Propulsion Power||2 x 2240 kW|
|Max. speed||30 kn|