CCG Fleet: Vessel Details

CCGS JOHN P. TULLY

John P. Tully 5 (5x7) with helo

Official Number: 804457

Call Sign: CG2958

General Operation

Vessel Type: Offshore Oceanographic Science Vessel

Port of Registry: Ottawa, Ontario

Home Region: Western Region

Home Port: Patricia Bay, British Columbia

Vessel Status: Active

Crewing Regime

Complement: 21

Officers: 7

Crew: 14

Berths Available: 20

Crewing Regime: Layday

Certificates

Ice Class: Type A

Class of Voyage: Unlimited - beyond 2000nm

MARPOL: No

IMO: 8320420

Construction Details

Builder: Bel-Air Shipyard Ltd., Vancouver, British Columbia

Build Material: Steel

Owner: Canadian Coast Guard

Year Launched: 1984

Year in Service: 1984

Vessel Specifications

Length: 67.9 m (Metres)

Breadth: 14.0 m (Metres)

Draft: 4.5 m (Metres)

Freeboard: 2.8 m (Metres)

Gross Tonnage: 2195.0 t (Tons)

Net Tonnage: 645.0 t (Tons)

Cruising Range: 12000 nm (Nautical Miles)

Endurance: 50 d (Days)

Cruising Speed: 10.0 kts (Knots)

Maximum Speed: 13.5 kts (Knots)

Fresh Water: 33.80 m3 (Cubic Metres)

Fuel Capacity: 454.70 m3 (Cubic Metres)

Fuel Consumption: 2.10 m3/d (Cubic Metres)

Helicopter Facilities This vessel is not helicopter capable
Engineering

Propulsion: Geared Diesel

Main Engines: 

(2) x Deutz 628

Power: 2757kw (KiloWatts)

Propellers: (1) x Controllable Pitch

Bow thrusters: Yes

Stern thrusters: Yes

Emergency Generator: (1) x Caterpillar 3306

Generators: 

(3) x Caterpillar C18

Scientific Equipment

Laboratory Type: Dry

Area: 50.0 Area (Area)

Laboratory Type: Wet

Area: 6.0 Area (Area)

Scientific LAN: Yes

Winches: As required by program

Sounders: Not Applicable

Power on Deck (Hydraulic): No  (Electrical): No

Holds and Deck Space

Hold #1: 15.0 m3 (Cubic Metres)

Hatch Size:  3.2 x 1.9

Boat Deck: 160.0 m2 (Square Metres)

Forcastle: 70.0 m2 (Square Metres)

After Deck: 190.0 m2 (Square Metres)

Container Capacity

After Deck: 2

Other: note: 2 ROPOS after deck

Deck Equipment

Main Hoist:  North Pacific Crane

SWL: 10.0 t (Tons)

Crane #1:  North Pacific Crane

SWL: 3.5 t (Tons)

Crane #2:  Amco Veba V823M

SWL: 6.6 t (Tons)

Workboat #1: RHIB

Launcher: Allied D-6700CT

Workboat #2: Lifeboat

Launcher: Ned Deck SCH 12-3.5R

Comms and Navigation Equipment

VHF AM: 

(1) x Collins 251

VHF FM: 

(2) x Sailor RT-5022
(2) x Motorola MCX1000
(2) x Sailor 6248

HF: 

(1) x Sailor RE-2100 SSBHF
(1) x Motorola Micom

SatComms: 

(1) x Sailor SC4000 Iridium
(1) x Nera B Inmarsat

Weather Fax: 

(1) x Furuno Fax 207

Gyro: 

(2) x Sperry SR2100

Radars: 

Sperry Marine Bridgemaster E - X Band
Sperry Marine Bridgemaster E - S Band

Electronic Charts: 

(2) x ICAN Aldebaran II

Auto Pilot: 

(4) x Sperry Navipilot 4000

Speed Logs: 

(1) x Skipper DL850

GPS: 

(2) x Leica MX420
(1) x SAAB R4 (AIS)

MF DF: 

(1) x Taiyo C338 HS

VHF DF: 

(1) x OAR Cubic DF4400

Depth Sounders: 

(2) x Elac LAZ-5100
Vessel Images
Other Images
John P. Tully 2 (5x7) Lg
John P. Tully 3 (5x7)
John P. Tully 1 (5x7)
Additional Information

Vessel Accomplishments: Coming Soon

Biographical Information: John Patrick Tully (1906–1987) was an oceanographer whose work in physical, chemical and biological oceanography heavily influenced the growth of oceanographic research on the West Coast of Canada. Tully was honoured with various awards, including the Order of Merit and the Commemorative Medal of Albert I of Monaco.

Modernization Information: Coming Soon