Damen 67m Sea Axe Hull 6711 has completed her sea trials ahead of her January 2014 delivery, reaching speeds over 22 knots on trials. The advanced support vessel’s grey hull and white superstructure are faired and painted to superyacht standard.

Due for delivery ahead of schedule in January 2014, 6711 has been configured with an extensive dive centre, including its own decompression chamber. Deck space, excluding fully certified helipad - is an impressive 275 square metres.



Rob Luijendijk from Amels, commented: “We are seeing an increasing number of superyacht owners appreciate the benefits of a well-equipped support vessel customised to their particular requirements. This is why we are developing even larger options up to 90 metres in length. Damen has already delivered three yacht support vessels and has another four under construction.”

The 6711 build project was managed by in co-operation with Imperial, the yacht management company which acted as the broker, owner’s representative and construction project manager. Imperial’s technical team also made a substantial contribution to developing a state-of-the-art specification and additional outfitting.

Evgeniy Kochman CEO of Imperial commented: “This project continues a long-term co-operation between Imperial and Amels. The 6711 has been a very interesting project, a special type of support vessel with a highly customized and very practical layout whereas the building process at Damen the runs like clockwork”.

SEA AXE 6711 FYS - Basic Specs

 
Builder & designer: Damen
Length overall: 67.15m
Beam overall: 11.5m
Gross Tonnage: 1143
Accommodation: 21 crew/staff
Range: 4500 nautical miles at 16 knots
Deck space: 275 m² (excluding helicopter platform)
Dive area:  70 m²
Garage / workshop: 74 m²
LY2 helipad, 5000 kg take-off weight, D-value 13.75 m, day and night operations, fuelling 9.6 m3
Engines: 4x MTU 16V4000 (8960 kW total)
Speed: 22 knots


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