In the course of CFD tests and technical analyses of the Trimor project, a trimaran shape was selected for the unit as ensuring the best sea performance for the research and maintenance of wind farms. It is particularly satisfying that the design was selected in a competition by the Maritime Institute, from among concepts developed by other Polish design offices as well as by reputable foreign offices.

Mr. Jerzy Pietrzak – Technical Director

NED-Project has developed several special designs. These include research and rescue vessels, such as widely recognized Trimor and Skagerak, the research units developed respectively for the Maritime Institute in Gdańsk and the University of Gothenburg.

For us, the most important part of a successful research vessel design process is correctly defining all of its purposes and finding the optimal ways to fulfill them. This means not only equipping the vessel with specialized machinery and devices, but also providing the staff with suitable working spaces and preparing the vessel to withstand the conditions of its deployment area. This way, we are able to deliver research and rescue vessels that are both highly efficient and safe.

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Trimor
RESEARCH VESSEL
CUSTOMER
Gdańsk Maritime Institute
LOA
55.58 m
CARGO DECK AREA
300 m2
ENDURANCE
21 days (30 persons)
MAIN PURPOSE
carrying and operating research equipment, enabling scientists to work onboard
Trimor is designed and equipped for:
  • performing bird and mammal observation, operation of the system for acoustic observation of the presence of marine mammals (C-POD),
  • measuring wind masts during the period of measurements at fixed locations,
  • issuing and service of buoys and super-buoys (measuring up to 10 T + up to 30 T of the necessary equipment) for measuring hydrometeorological conditions,
  • bathymetric and geophysical measurements for the needs of wind farm construction, using built-in or mobile measuring equipment mounted on board, in the hull or towed behind the ship's stern or along ship's sides,
  • being the carrier and base ship for at least 3 autonomous AUVs (Autonomous Underwater Vehicles) with the necessary equipment (2 x 20' containers for each AUV) and a joint launching and lifting system (LARS), weighing approx. 30 T in total,
  • being the carrier and base ship for 2 remotely controlled undersea drills (Portable Remotely Operated Drills) with the necessary equipment (3 x 20' containers) and a joint launching and lifting system (LARS), weighing approx. 140 T in total,
  • carrying the remotely controlled medium-sized underwater ROV vehicle with the necessary equipment (2 x 20' containers), weighing approx. 12-16 T in total,
  • carrying the CPT device with the necessary equipment, weighing approx. 3-10 T in total,
  • carrying the Vibrating Probe VKG-3/6 with the necessary equipment, weighing approx. 2 T in total.
BREADTH
19.60 m
DEPTH TO MAIN DECK
6.00 m
DRAUGHT
3.00 m
PROPULSION
main engine – 630 kW / 1500 rpm,
side engines – 315 kW / 1500 rpm,
propellers – 3 x azimuth thursters,
speed max. – 14 kn
ACOMMODATION
crew – 18 persons,
scientists – 12 persons
CARGO CAPACITY
Deadweight – 300 T
Cargo capacity – 180 T
Workshop – 80 m2
Hold capacity – 190 m2
Containers capacity – 9 pcs, 8 T each
Cargo deck – 300 m3
SPECIAL EQUIPMENT
built-in bathymetric and geophysical measurement devices,
3 x Autonomous Underwater Vehicles - AUVs (length: 5200 mm, diameter: 720 mm, weight: 1 T each),
2 x Portable Remotely Operated Drills (weight: 12 T each),
1 x medium-sized underwater ROV vehicle (weight: 1 T),
1 x CPT device (weight: 3-10 T),
1 x Vibrating Probe VKG-3/6
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Panarkt 84
MODULAR MULTIPURPOSE TRANSPORT VESSEL
CUSTOMER
Polish Academy of Sciences
LOA
83.95 m
MAX SPEED
15 knots
CARGO DECK AREA
560 m2
ENDURANCE
100 days (34 persons)
MAIN PURPOSE
transportation of people, equipment and fuel on routes between Poland and West Antarctica
Panarkt 84 is designed and equipped for:
  • transportation of people, equipment and fuel from Poland to the Arctowski station in West Antarctica or to the research station in Hornsund in the Spitsbergen Area
  • performing (as a part of cooperation) payable international transportation services for the countries that have or are building arctic stations (i.e. Czech Republic, South Korea, Spain),
  • performing biological, geological, geophysical and geographical research and bird and mammal observation,
  • performing bathymetric and geophysical measurements, using built-in or mobile measuring equipment mounted on board, in the hull or towed behind the stern or along the ship's sides;
  • being the carrier and base ship for at least 3 autonomous AUVs (Autonomous Underwater Vehicles) with the necessary equipment (2 x 20' containers for each AUV) and a joint launching and lifting system (LARS), weighing approx. 30 T in total,
  • being the carrier and base ship for 2 remotely controlled undersea drills (Portable Remotely Operated Drills) with the necessary equipment (3 x 20' containers) and a joint launching and lifting system (LARS), weighing approx. 140 T in total,
  • carrying the remotely controlled medium-sized underwater ROV vehicle with the necessary equipment (2 x 20' containers), weighing approx. 12-16 T in total,
  • carrying the CPT device with the necessary equipment, weighing approx. 3-10 T in total,
  • carrying the Vibrating Probe VKG-3/6 with the necessary equipment, weighing approx. 2 T in total.

The ship is intended for work and navigation on the high seas including the Arctic seas, as well as inside ports and in estuaries of major rivers.
BREADTH
18.90 m
DEPTH TO MAIN DECK
8.85 m
DRAUGHT
6.60 m
PROPULSION
main engine – 3 x 3840 kW / 750 rpm,
speed max. – 12 kn
ACOMMODATION
crew – 12 persons,
scientists – 28 persons,
hospital – 2 persons
CARGO CAPACITY
Deadweight – 2000 T
Cargo capacity – 1500 T
C hold – 12 x 20' containers
SB hold – 500 m3
PS hold – 530 m3
Cargo deck – 560 m2
SPECIAL EQUIPMENT
built-in bathymetric and geophysical measurement devices,
3 x Autonomous Underwater Vehicles - AUVs (length: 5200 mm, diameter: 720 mm, weight: 1 T each),
2 x Portable Remotely Operated Drills (weight: 12 T each),
1 x medium-sized underwater ROV vehicle (weight: 1 T),
1 x CPT device (weight: 3-10 T),
1 x Vibrating Probe VKG-3/6
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RESEARCH VESSEL
CUSTOMER
University of Gothenburg
LOA
49.10 m
CARGO DECK AREA
140m2
ENDURANCE
14 days
MAIN PURPOSE
multidisciplinary scientific research, educational expeditions, remotely operated equipment interventions
Skagerak is intended for multidisciplinary scientific research in the fields of Marine Chemistry, Atmosphere Chemistry, Oceanography, Marine Biology, Marine Geology, Aquatic Recourses.

The vessel features a dry lab, wet lab, outdoor working area, atmospheric lab, climate control rooms, scientific freezers, and refrigerators. It also has a hoistable “drop-keel” probe allowing the deployment of probe-mounted sensors and transponders below the boundary layer and bubble sweep down effect.
BREADTH
11.00 m
DEPTH TO MAIN DECK
6.00 m
DRAUGHT
3.80 m
PROPULSION
main engine – 630 kW / 1500 rpm,
side engines – 315 kW / 1500 rpm,
propellers – 3 x azimuth thursters,
speed max. – 13,5 kn
ACOMMODATION
crew – 8 persons,
scientists – 16 persons
CARGO CAPACITY
Deadweight – 300 T
Cargo capacity – 180 T
Workshop – 80 m2
Hold capacity – 190 m2
Containers capacity – 9 x 8 T
Cargo deck – 300 m3
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Specpur 60
MODULAR MULTIPURPOSE TRANSPORT VESSEL
CUSTOMER
Maritime office in Szczecin
LOA
60.00 m
CARGO DECK AREA
240 m2
ENDURANCE
7 days (12 persons)
MAIN PURPOSE
multi-purpose vessel designed for operation on Baltic Sea area
Specpur 60 is designed and equipped for:
  • transporting, servicing, exchanging, and controlling sea buoys,
  • carrying out hydrographic measurements and processing of the measurements,
  • extinguishing fires in outdoor facilities,
  • combating oil spills,
  • sea rescue,
  • towing,
  • icebreaker function in the ice class.
BREADTH
11.80 m
DEPTH TO MAIN DECK
5.30 m
DRAUGHT
3.50 m
BOLLARD PULL
40 T
PROPULSION
hybrid system: 3 x azimuth thrusters 1200 kW,
speed max. - 14 kn
ACOMMODATION
crew - 12 persons,
survivors - 80 persons
CARGO CAPACITY
Deadweight - 350 T
Cargo capacity - 2 x 80 m2
Working deck - 240 m2
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NP201 ERRV-84
EMERGENCY RESPONSE & RESCUE VESSEL NP201-PA
CUSTOMER
N.A.
LOA
83.95 m
WORKING DECK AREA
450 m2
ENDURANCE
60 days (30 persons)
MAIN PURPOSE
support services, assistance to the offshore installation in international Arctic waters under extreme weather conditions, serving as command center during emergency situations
NP201 ERRV-84 is a Floating Production Unit (FPU) ready for continuous 60 days of 24/7 support service. It assists the offshore installation in the international arctic waters within the Russian Economical Zone under extreme weather conditions. The vessel can also serve as a command centre during emergency situations.

The other functions of NP201 include:
  • search and rescue operations,
  • man over board rescue operations,
  • fire fighting support,
  • oil spill response,
  • ice surveillance,
  • iceberg towing,
  • helicopter watch.
BREADTH
18.80 m
DEPTH TO MAIN DECK
8.85 m
DRAUGHT
6.60 m
BOLLARD PULL
140 T
PROPULSION
main engine – 3 x 3840 kW / 750 rpm,
speed max. – 14 kn
ACOMMODATION
crew – 30 persons
SURVIVORS & CARGO CAPACITY
Hospital – 20 berths
Survivors – 264 solid seats + 66 folding
Cargo deck – 450 m2
Fresh water – 125 m3
Portable water – 40 m3
Ballast water – 1550 m3
Fuel Oil – 1535 m3
Oil recovery – 580 m3
Dispersant – 36 m3
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RESCUE VESSEL 283
RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING VESSEL
CUSTOMER
Polska Grupa Zbrojeniowa S.A.
LOA
100.00 m
CARGO DECK AREA
630 m2
ENDURANCE
30 days (50 persons)
BREADTH
21.00 m
DEPTH TO MAIN DECK
9.20 m
DRAUGHT
6.00 m
BOLLARD PULL
100 T
PROPULSION
main engine – 4 x 3520 kW / 100 rpm,
speed max. – 18 kn
ACOMMODATION
crew – 50 persons,
survivors – 50 persons
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