HSV50 Yacht

HSV50

HSV50

Designed in collaboration with London’s Bannenberg & Rowell and Australia’s Incat Crowther Naval Architects, the 50m LOA Project Echo – ‘HSV’ Humanitarian Support Vessel delivers an equally stylish, extremely stable and capable craft. Moderate and High Speed powering options are available. The layout is configurable in a multitude of ways for philanthropic clients looking to support Humanitarian missions in challenging, remote and shallow water locations, as well as make use of the vessel for their own cruising and diving adventures wherever possible.

 Designed in collaboration with London’s Bannenberg & Rowell and Australia’s Incat Crowther Naval Architects, the 50m LOA Project Echo – ‘HSV’ Humanitarian Support Vessel delivers an equally stylish, extremely stable and capable craft. Moderate and High Speed powering options are available.

The layout is configurable in a multitude of ways for philanthropic clients looking to support Humanitarian missions in challenging, remote and shallow water locations, as well as make use of the vessel for their own cruising and diving adventures wherever possible.

In addition to Bannenberg & Rowell’s progressive exterior styling features, the Project Echo platform is a perfectly suited heavy-seas offshore catamaran hull designed by the team at Incat Crowther Naval Architects for class leading performance with a large reduction in engine powering requirements compared to similar length monohulled platforms, therefore delivering exceptional fuel efficiency and range.

Customizable spaces and features onboard the Project Echo - HSV can include externally accessible isolated treatment rooms, medical rooms, laboratory space, cooled and dry medical supply storage spaces. Specially configured HVAC systems can also provide 100% fresh-air to isolation rooms with no re-circulation to further minimize contamination risk.

With a 40 tonne cargo deadweight carrying capacity and special integrated cargo deck rail fastening system, Project Echo’s superior wide body cargo zone is perfectly suited to carrying multiple large tenders, water sports equipment, humanitarian cargo modules and medivac and supporting helicopter operations for medivac and guest transfers.

Watercraft and landing Craft are launched and retrieved with a heavy-duty 12 tonne knuckle-boom crane enabling the loading and unloading of 10ft cube cargo containers, delivery of medical supplies and drinking water modules. Evacuation of several stretchered patients to the vessel can be achieved with the aid of a large tender such as a 12m catamaran landing-craft tender by custom tender specialists All-seas Design and Vikal Australia, or via helicopter.