A new Cleopatra 36 has been delivered to Trondheim skipper/owner Tommy Albertsen.
The 10.99 metre, 11gt Skipson is rigged for netting and the deck hardware is being fitted on arrival in Norway.
Skipson is laid out with its engine space aft, housing the 500hp Scania D13 main engine, driving a ZF325IV reduction gear. The midships fishroom has capacity for fifteen 380-litre tubs.
The forward wheelhouse has a control position on the starboard side, facing the bank of mainly JRC and Simrad electronics. The autopilot is linked to the hydraulic bow thruster, activating it automatically to keep the boat on course when working gear at low speeds.
The galley and mess area is on the port side of the wheelhouse and there are three bunks in the cabin below, as well as toilet and shower facilities.
The liferaft and other safety equipment are from Viking.
Skipson has arrived in Norway and skipper Tommy Albertsen expects to start fishing in the next few days.