Huki Pono

The ‘Huki Pono’, meaning pull correctly, is SEI’s 43-foot twin screw workboat set up to support diving and marine survey operations in the Hawaiian Islands. The vessel has two steering stations and a large, air-conditioned deckhouse ideal for use as a support center for survey or ROV operations.

Specifications

  • LOA: 43'-0"
  • Beam: 14'-0"
  • Draft/Light: 4'-3"
  • Hull: Fiberglass, semi-displacement, hard chine
  • Manufacturer: Delta Marine, Seattle, WA. (1985)
  • Steering Stations: Two (Wheelhouse and back deck)
  • Open Aft Deck: 180 sqft.

Propulsion

  • Engine(s): Twin Caterpillar 3208 marine diesels, 320 hp/ea
  • Fuel: 500 Gallons
  • Cruising Speed: 12 knots
  • Range: 400 nautical miles

Accomodations

  • Four single berths forward
  • Refrigerator and microwave oven
  • Enclosed head
  • 75 gallons portable water

Notable Facilities / Equipment

  • Air conditioned wheelhouse and 110 sqft. Deckhouse
  • 18 kW generator
  • Hydraulic System: 25 gpm, 2500 psi, quick disconnect, ports on deck for winches and equipment
  • Articulating stern A-frame (2,000 lb. capacity) with 4000 lb. winch
  • Stern swim step

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