VIKING BARGE

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BARGE DETAILS1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Tank ventilators, bollards and railings. All manholes are lowered and flush with deck. Towing arrangement forward, barge 1, 2, 3 and 4. Pumproom for ballasting of barge. Pumproom hatch etc. can easily be romoved to give flush deck. 6. Bollards and store container aft end. 7. Lowered towing arrangement, barge 5, 6, 7 and 8.

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Viking Barge 4 carrying a Ram-Rig from Kristiansand.

VIKING SUPPLY SHIPS AS P.o.box 204 N-4662 Kristiansand Norway Telephone: (+47) 38 12 41 70 Telefax: (+47) 38 04 83 38 E-mail: vikingsupply@vikingsupply.com

DINO AS N-4387 Bjerkreim Norway Telephone: (+47) 51 45 03 30 Telefax: (+47) 51 45 03 22 Mobil: (+47) 91 38 13 34 E-mail: dino@rl.telia.no

VIKING BARGESNumbers 1 to 8

Viking Barge KSMAIN OFFICEPostal Address: P.O. Box 204, N-4662 Kristiansand, Norway Visiting address: Markensgate 9 Telephone: +(47) 38 12 41 70 Telefax: +(47) 38 04 83 38 Reg.no.: 979 801 777 MVA/VAT E-mail: vikingsupply@vikingsupply.com Web site: www.Vikingsupply.com

VIKING BARGES 18 Name of bargeViking Barge 1 Viking Barge 2 Viking Barge 3 Viking Barge 4 Viking Barge 5 Viking Barge 6 Viking Barge 7 Viking Barge 8

Built11/1994 06/1995 12/1995 05/1996 10/1996 05/1997 08/1999 10/1999

CallsignLK 5308 LK 5437 LK 5665 LK 5732 LK 5931 LK 6046 LK 6683 LK 6684

IMO/LR No.9088304 9088316 9088328 9088330 9088342 9088354 9204582 9204594

Yard No.93046 93047 93048 93049 93050 93051 93071 93072

All sister barges built by Sevmash Yard, Severodvinsk, Russia.

THE VIKING CONCEPT IN OFFSHORE BARGESWe would like to underline that apart from the obvious advantage of being units of a high standard on steel and internal coating etc., this particular design also features a uniform static deck load of 25 metric tons per square meter. This is more than double of what most competitors can offer. Another significant improvement is the increased static point load capacity of 200 metric tons on all Intersections between the 3 longitudinal bulkheads and transverse web frames with 2286 mm spacing. On barge no. 7 and 8 this point load capacity is even increased to 260 metric tons. Combined with its increased longitudinal strength, this will provide the users with an unmatched flexibility in design and construction of additional support structures etc.

ALLOWABLE LOADSAll loads are given as static loads, i.e. including a safety factor for additional loads and yield stress distributed on an area of 1 x 1 meter. When combining the loads, the global strength, shear stresses and the effect of ballast distribution have to be evaluated for each loading case. The allowable uniform load of 25 tonnes per square meter may not be exceeded in any case. All loads are given in metric tons.

FLUSH DECKAll rigging on the deck, such as ventilators and access hatch to pumproom, can easily be removed in order to have a completely flush deck. All manholes are lowered and flush with the deck. In addition towing arrangements and anchoring system, are lowered and flush with the deck on barge number 5, 6, 7 and 8. At the aft part of deck there is a standard 20 feet container for storage of ropes etc. This container can also easily be removed if required.

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Allowable Point Load according to drawing above: Allowable point loads 200 (260) tons on intersections of longitudinal bulkheads and transverse frames. Allowable point loads 160 (200) tons on intersections of longituninal and transverse bulkheads and anywhere of transverse frames. Allowable point loads 100 (130) tons on any stiffener of transverse bulkheads. Numbers in brackets refers to Barge number 7 and 8.

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TECHNICAL INFORMATION FOR VIKING BARGES 18Owners .........................................: Viking Barge KS, Kristiansand, Norway. Flag ...................................................: Norwegian. Classification ........................: Lloyds Register +100A1 pontoon, bottom strengthened for loading and unloading aground. Certificates etc. .................: All valid Certificates, Stability / Loading Manual an drawings are placed in a briefcase in the pumproom. Length O.A...........................: 300 ft (91,440 m). Breadth Moulded ..........: 90 ft 27,432 m). Depth .............................................: 20 ft (6,096 m). Summer load Line ........: 4,842 m Deadweight ............................: 9 700 tonnes. Light weight .........................: 1 850 tonnes. Gross tonnage ....................: 4 066 tonnes. Net tonnage ..........................: 1 219 tonnes. Deck area...................................: 2 508 m2 (27 000 ft2). Uniform deck load ......: 25 tonnes per m2. Point loads..............................: Viking Barge 16: 200160100 tonnes. Viking Barge 78: 260200130 tonnes. Bollards: (NS 2584) ..: Barge 16, for Mooring 205 kN, for Towing 540 kN. Barge 78, for Mooring 280 kN, for Towing 740 kN. Hull and structure .......: Raked bow and stern with skeg. Steel work (welding) according to NS 6038. Material protection .....: All steel shotblasted to Swedish Standard SA 2,5 and primed according to Jotun material protection. External and internal Cathodic protection. 5 Years Anode protection. Tank arrangement ........: 20 ballast tanks served from one pump room. Pump capacity ....................: Viking Barge 16: 2 x 600 m3 / 15 mwc. Viking Barge 78: 2 x 800 m3 / 15 mwc Engines/Pumps ...............: 2 x Mitsubishi diesels driving 2 SPP Centrifugal pumps. Submersible pump .......: 1 Portable el. driven submersible pump for stripping etc. Generator .................................: One Busck 10 kW/ 3 x 400v / 50 Hz. Batteries ......................................: 2 x 24 volt / 115 Ah. Lanterns .....................................: Propane gas lanterns according to NMD regulation. Anchor winch .....................: Brattvaag/Hagglund hydraulic winch 18 tonns pull / 1000 meter wire 32 mm, with breaking load 704 kN. Anchor ..........................................: Type Stockless, weight 6300 kg. Retriever winch ................: 5 tonns manual operated. Towing arrangement.: Smiths Bracket towing arrangement for main and emergency towing - 100 tonnes SWL. Mooring Ropes .................: Four mooring lines stored in a container placed aft on deck.Light ship 1850 0 0,5 Load t Draught m SW 2000 1000 1,5 1,0 5000 4000 3000 2,0 3,0 2,5 Max loaded 9700 11000 10000 9000 8000 7000 6000 3,5 5,0 4,5 4,0 6,0 5,5