The latest delivery from Icelandic boatbuilder Trefjar is a Cleopatra 36 for skipper Piera Gaup in the north of Norway.
Barents Gadus is a standard Cleopatra 36 with 10.99 metre overall length and a beam of 3.80 metres, outfitted for longlining and netting.
The main engine is a 520hp FPT C13 coupled to a ZF325IV transmission and auxiliary power is supplied by a 9kW Nanni generator.
The electronics package is a combination of instruments supplied by JRC, Olex and Simrad, and the hydraulic bow and stern trusters are interfaced to the autopilot to be activated automatically.
Catches are stored in the midships fishroom which has space for fifteen 380 litre tubs.
The forward section is laid out with bunks for three below, and with a toilet and shower in the cabin. The wheelhouse has the skipper’s control position on the starboard side and a galley/mess area to port.
Barents Gadus has already been delivered to Piera Gaup and is ready to start fishing.