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GO Adventurer

The GO Adventurer is one of the most capable and cost-effective multi-purpose vessels on the market today.  Receiving extensive upgrades and enhancements in early 2022, she can house up to 40 persons in her customized aft accommodations block.  She also features 2 x Lounge/Offices for client use.  Like sister hull GO Crusader, the GO Adventurer is ABS classed DPS-2, dually certified Subchapter L&I, and 205 ft long x 46 ft wide.  Her many multi-purpose capabilities include a 15t deck winch and A-Frame,  5t knuckle boom crane, NATO grid deck sockets, removeable side bulwarks, 39’ transom opening and is capable of zero discharge operations.  She is ideally suited for the government, research, subsea/diving and offshore wind sectors, to name but a few.  


Length: 205′
Beam: 46′
Depth: 15′
Draft Max: 15′
Clear Deck: 83′ x 38′


Deck Cargo: 925LT
Deck Strength: 540lbs
Potable Water: 12,000 usg
Fuel: 98,000 usg
Ballast Water: 74,000 usg
Liquid Mud: 2,352 bbl
Dry Bulk: 6,000ft


Main Engines: 2 x Caterpillar 3512B
Total HP: 3,150 HP
Generators: 1650kW, Parallel Capacity
Bow Thruster: 2 x Omega
Stern Thruster: 1 x Omega
Rudders: Spade


Cruise: 10 kts
Max: 12 kts


Cabins / Berths: 11/40
Heads: 6
Office / Lounge areas: 2
Walk in Cooler: Yes
Walk in Freezer: Yes


Radars: 2 x Furuno
Auto Pilot: Kongsberg
GPS (Navigation): Yes x 2 Kongsberg
Echo Sounder: Yes
VHF Radios: Yes x 3
Dynamic Positioning: Kongsberg – DP2
DP Reference System: 2 x GPS, Spot Tracker, Radius
Electronic Plotter: Yes
Sat Communication: Vsat / Direct TV
SSB: Yes


Removable side bulwarks: Yes
Transom Opening: 39’
Capable of Zero Discharge: Yes
A-Frame: 15t, 31’H x 26’4”W
Winch, A-frame Mounted: 30,000lbs line pull, 740’ of 1.25” synthetic
Knuckleboom Crane: 5t
NATO grid / Deck Sockets: 2’x2’


Flag: US, Sub L and I,ON 1235512
Class: ABS †A1, †AMS, †DPS 2, Circle E
Builder: Master Boat Builders
Delivery Date: 2011

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