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Specifications for M/S SARFAQ ITTUK

The vessel was built in 1992 and modernised and lengthened in the winter of 1999/2000. She is now 73 metres long and 11 metres wide. With her engine of 2000 hp the vessels steams at a speed of 13 knots. The crew counts 22 people.

The vessel has café, stern saloon with panorama windows, playroom and a hospital clinic to be used in case of injuries and emergency situations onboard.

The vessel's capacity is 274 passengers. The overnight accommodation facilities are distributed on

104 cabin beds with private bath and toilet,
85 4-person compartment seats and
60 couchettes.

Call sign

OWDD

Length

73 Metres

Beam

11 Metres

Draught

3.7 Metres

Gross tonnage

2,118 Tons

Net tonnage

817 Tons

Capacity, number of passengers

249

Cabin beds

104

Compartment seats

85

Couchettes

60

Seats, café

82

Seats, aft saloon

60

Cruising speed

11.5 Knots

Consumption, hour

320 Litres

Crew

22

Trade range

Short international

Building year

1992/2000



Passengers who have booked compartments or couchettes have access to lockable cabinet showers in communal areas.
'Det Norske Veritas' has classified the vessel for sailing in icy waters.

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AUL Forsidekort Paamiut Qegertarsuatsiaaq Nuuk Maniitsoq Kangaamiut Sisimiut Aasiaaq Ilulissat Arsuk Narsaq Qaqortoq

Arctic Umiaq Line A / S provides passenger service in Greenlandic waters. We are one of Greenland's oldest companies, which was founded in 1774 and since 1797 we have navigated our own vessels in domestic and international voyages. We have 1 passenger ship, our crew is well trained and have years of experience in sailing in Arctic waters.