SBF Marine Solutions continuing relationship with Go Inshore has delivered the 22-metre aluminium fast utility vessel ‘Go Amplitude’. The ‘Go Amplitude’ operates from Dampier, in the northwest of Western Australia where the vessel will be capable of performing a range of duties mainly servicing the oil and gas industry. Located forward is the raised wheelhouse deck providing a commanding, all-round view for the helmsman with highlight windows overhead for bow operations. A raised aft steering station allows the vessel to be maneuvered for work-deck operations. Aft is the spacious work deck and at the forward end seating for 27 passengers. The 10 crew are accommodated in the hull forward.


Vessel Name: Go Amplitude

Type: High Speed Monohull Utility/Survey Vessel
Length Overall: 22.5 m
Beam: 6.0 m
Draft Max: 1.80 m
Passengers: 27
Crew: 10
Fuel: 15,000 L
Fresh Water: 2,500 L
Sullage: 2,500 L
Work Deck: 35 sqm / 15 tonne max.
Deck Crane: Palfinger PK18500M(A)
Service Speed: 25 knots
Maximum Speed: 27 knots
Main Engines: 2 x MAN D2842LE410 (820 kW @ 2100 RPM)
Gearboxes: 2 x Twin Disc MGX 6599SC
Propulsion: 2 x Propellers
Bow Thruster: 1 x Keypower KP16HD
Construction Material: Marine Grade Aluminium
Flag: Australia
Class: NSCV 1B/2B

utility vessel amplitude behind
22m go amplitude drop
Naval architecture by SBF Marine Solutions