R/V “Sanna”

The research ship was finished in March 2012 and arrived in Nuuk April 3rd. The ship will mainly be used for investigations in sheltered waters of Greenland halibut, crab, and cod, as well as sample collection in connection with environmental investigations.

For charter – contact head of department Helle Siegstad Phone: +299 361200

The ship. Photo: J. Nymand


Drawings by OSK-Shiptech

Technical data

The ship length is 32,30m, a freeboard of 4,8m and tonnage of 458 GT

Main engine: Cummins K38-M Tier 2 (1000 HP)

Auxiliary engine: 2 Cummins QSM 11D (220 KW as a generator array)

Modern electronic navigation- and communication equipment for navigating in northern regions (limited satellite coverage)

Equipped for trawling, gillnets, long lines and pod fishing

Two wet and one dry laboratories with fumehood, a chemical laboratory, cold and freezer laboratory and a -80C freezer

Hydrographical instrument and water sampler (CTD-Rosette)

Observation post (power supply for computers)

Computer network in all rooms

A-frame with a work load of 4 tons for different sampling equipment

Container space: 2 x 10 feet or 1 x 20 feet containers

All winches are equipped with 2000 meter wire

The ship accommodates 16 persons. A total of 9 cabins with double bunk beds in 7 of the cabins. All cabins have shower, phone and computer network

The ship is designed by OSK-Shiptech and build at Karstensen’s shipyard in Skagen 2011/12

Price ca.DKK 50M