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Submarine Deep Rescue Ship (MOSHIP-TR1)

MOSHIP-TR1 is a monohull vessel, designed to perform subsea and surface rescue missions including heavy seas, equipped with redundant diesel-electric propulsion system allowing flexible power share and strong position keeping, conforming naval norms/standards and classification rules. Project contracts with Istanbul Naval Shipbuilding Savunma Sanayi Müstesarligi TIC.a.ş., and San. was signed on October 28, 2011 between.

The MoShip and RatShip Project tender was launched on May 2008 and following a year-long proposal evaluation process, contractual negotiations with Istanbul Shipyard, the winner of the tender as per Defence Industry Executive Committee decision dated June 15, 2010, were started in June 2010. On October 28, 2011, the Undersecretariat for Defence Industries (SSM) of Turkey awarded two separate contracts to Istanbul Shipyard to construct and deliver one Submarine Rescue Mother Ship (MoShip) and two Rescue and Towing Ships to meet a Turkish Naval Forces Command (TNFC) requirement. To be procured under two separate contracts, the MoShip will be delivered to the Turkish Navy in 31st months and the RatShips will be delivered in 37th and 39th months respectively following the advance payments.

MoShip is dedicated submarine rescue mother ship designed to perform subsea and surface search and rescue missions up to and including sea state 6. The ship will also able to perform rescue and towing operations for broken-down, wrecked or aground vessels. Equipped with diesel-electric propulsion system and bow thrusters allowing flexible power share and high-qualified position keeping (she can keep her position at 4 knots and in sea state 4 conditions), she conforms naval norms, standards and classification rules to its unique off-shore design. MoShip will be able to detect distressed submarines, to provide life support including ventilation and pod posting and to rescue submarine crew from depths up to 6oo meters and transferring them under pressure up to 5 Bar (in pressure chamber). She will have the necessary means and capabilities to rescue submarine crew in maximum 72 hours.

The MoShip is a monohull vessel with 9om overall length, 18m beam and 5m draught. With a displacement of around 4.1oo tons she will have enough space for 131 personnel, of which 89 will be ship crew and 32 will be rescue personnel. She has a maximum continuous speed of 18 knots and an endurance of 4,5oonm at an economical speed of 14 knots. MoShip has the necessary equipment and heli-deck, (acting as MedEvac station) to operate (take-off and landing) a 12-ton general-purpose helicopter in up to sea state 4. She has a 65om2 clear aft deck area for the deployment and use of NATO NSRS, US SRDRS, ADS, Personnel Transfer Capsule (PTC) and Submarine Rescue Chamber (SRC). For the deployment and recovery of rescue systems there is a 35 tons capacity hydraulic/telescopic crane in the aft deck.

The SNR-MOSHIP design was a dedicated submarine rescue mother ship designed to perform subsea and surface search and rescue missions in various sea conditions. Equipped with diesel-electric propulsion system allowing flexible power share and high qualified position keeping, she conforms naval norms, standards and classification rules to its unique off-shore design. SNR-MOSHIP is capable of detecting distressed submarines, providing life support including ventilation and pod posting, evacuating her crew up to 600 meters of depth and transferring them under pressure up to 5 Bar for the first time in years of submarines’ having been used. SNR-MOSHIP has a maximum continuous speed of 18 knots and an endurance range of 4500 nautical miles at an economical speed of 14 knots for the roles and capabilities with her built in and necessarily loaded submarine rescue equipments/ systems onboard.

Company Name
  • STM Savunma Teknolojileri Mühendislik ve Ticaret A.S.
  • Delta Marine
  • SNR Istanbul Shipyard
    Capabilities
    • to provide life support to the crew of a damaged submarine
    • to rescue them (up to 600 m. depth ) in maximum 72 hours
    • to handle rescue and salvage operations for surface ships
    • to provide subsea repair works and wreck removal
    Length overall 89.80 m / 292 feet
    Length waterline 82.50 m
    Max. Breadth 20.40 m
    Draft 5.00 m
    Tonnage Displacement 4447 tons
    Max cont. Speed 18 knots 18 knots
    Economical speed 14 knots 14 knots
    Endurance +4500 n.m. at 14 kts.
    Tank Capacities Fuel (F-76) : 480 tons Fresh Water : 400 tons
    Propulsion and Ship Generators Propulsion and Ship Service Diesel Generators, 5 x 1665 kW, medium speed
    Propulsion Units
  • Azimuth Thrusters with electric motors, 2 x 3000 kW, 3.200 mm diameter
  • Emergency Diesel Generator, 1x350 kW, high speed, air cooled
  • Redundant diesel-electric propulsion, maneuvering and electrical systems
  • Maneuvering
  • Position keeping at 4 knots current and sea state 4, Dynamic Auto-Pilot System (DAPS)
  • Aft propulsion azimuth thrusters,
  • 2 x 3000 kW, 3.200 m diameter, 360º steerable Bow thruster: Rectractable azimuth bow thruster,
  • 1 x 1500 kW, 2.100 m diameter, 360º steerable Anchoring, Mooring and Towing Equipment:
  • 145 tons bollard pull
  • 2 x 2.8 tons anchor, chain and winch
  • 4 x 1.25 tons light anchoring system and winches
  • 1 x 8 ton self tensioned towing winch
  • Rescue Equipment
  • Full rescue ability at sea state 5, with limitation at sea state 6, active antirolling system
  • A clear aft deck area of 311 m2 Ready for Submarine Rescue and Diving Recompression System (SRDRS) or NATO Submarine Rescue System (NSRS) or a Submarine Rescue Vehicle (SRV)
  • A-frame for 35 tons to be used to transfer, launch and recover subsea vessels/equipment
  • A hydraulic/telescopic crane of 35 tons to serve aft deck area
  • Atmospheric Diving Suit (ADS), Emergency Life Saving Support (ELSS), Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV), Towed Side Scan Sonar (TSSS), Mc Cann Rescue Chamber
  • One RHIB and two rescue boats
  • Twin interconnected, SRV connectible pressure chambers for 32 people; an extensive sick-bay
  • 2 x 16 persons pressure chambers
  • A sick-bay with 4 beds, surgical intervention room and X-Ray room
  • Subsea breathing air supply means
  • Search and rescue capability up to and including sea state 6
  • Sea bottom imaging, high acoustic capabilities,
  • Towed Side Scan Sonar (TSSS) operations,
  • Detecting the distressed submarine
  • Position keeping at 4 knots current and sea state 4 with Class II Dynamic Positioning System
  • Providing life support to the crew including ELSS pod posting,
  • External ventilation (up to 600 m. depth),
  • Dissub personnel rescue (up to 600 m. depth),
  • Transferring under pressure,
  • Treating diving diseases with post modern decompression/ recompression pressure chambers and extensive hospital facilities,
  • Twin interconnected, L-type SRV connectible pressure chambers for 32 rescuees
  • Acting as a medevac station with her heli-deck, capable of operating around the clock, up to sea state 4,
  • A clear aft deck area of 650 m2,
  • Operating with certified US SRDRS system with built-in A-frame of US SRDRS SRV and hydraulic/ telescopic crane of 35 tons capacity,
  • Operating with certified NATO NSRS system,
  • Atmospheric Diving Suit (ADS) operations,
  • Submarine Rescue Chamber (SRC) operations,
  • Personnel Transfer Capsule (PTC) operations,
  • Remote Operated Vehicle (ROV) operations,
  • AviationHelicopter deck for helicopters up to 35 tons
    Sensors & Weapons
  • Navigation Radar, Communicaton Systems and Underwater Telephone
  • 2 x 12,7 Machine Guns (STAMP)
  • Accommodation
  • Comfortable accommodation for own ship crew, rescue personnel and saved crew of 137 in total
  • Galley, dry provisions, freezing rooms, 4 x wardroom/mess halls, offices, CIC, Briefing room etc.
  • Growth Capabilites
  • Higher accomodation
  • Tankage/storage expansion capability
  • TCG MOSHIP

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