Trefjar has delivered a new Cleopatra 35 to Norway, and skipper/owner Jimmy Bjorøy has already started fishing with the new Tomina.
The 10.65 metre, 11gt Tomina is rigged for netting and for fishing mackerel, with a specially outfitted fishroom with capacity for fifteen 380 litre tubs, as well as being laid out in two separate well compartments, making it possible to pump catches ashore.
Tomina’s deck is laid out with jigging reels from DNG and netting gear from Rapp.
In the usual Cleopatra style, Tomina has the fishroom amidships and the engine space with the boat’s 520hp FPT C13 main engine and free-standing ZF325IV reduction gear aft. Tomina has both aft and stern thrusters, which are linked to the autopilot to activate automatically when required.
The wheelhouse has a control position on the starboard, outfitted with Simrad and Olex electronics, and a mess and galley area on the port side. There is accommodation for three persons in the bunkroom below, as well as a shower and toilet.
Tomina’s lifeboat and safety equipment are from Viking.