Cyclone 30 Patrol

Overview

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Overview

The Cyclone 30 Patrol has a wheelhouse with the forward windows inclined to the aft. The wheelhouse can be varied in size on both types. We usually talk about the MKI, MKII and MKIII to depict the variation in length, but actually the wheelhouse can be cut to any length the customer requires. In this way the customer can select the deck space and cabin space to his/her specific needs.

As such both the professional seaman and the recreational sailor can use this model. The Cygnus Cyclone Patrol 30 can be delivered at any stage of completion.

Technical data

Dimensions
DimensionsMetricImperial
Length Overall 9.15m 30 ft
Beam 3.35m 11 ft
Draft 0.9m 3.2 ft
Air draft (Waterline to top of mast) 3.00 m 9.84 ft
Displacement * 3.5 tons –5.5 tons
Berths (Depending engine weight/interior layout) 2- 4 or 6
Performance
PerformanceMetricImperial
Engine recommendation (Single) 330 - 400 HP / 246 – 298 KW
Engine recommendation (Twin) 2 x 225-300 HP / 2 x 168 - 224 KW
Top Speed Range 55 km/h – 74 km/h 30 - 40 knots
Fuel consumption (25 knots) 2.20 l/nm 0.484 Gal/nm
Maximum cruising range/time 180 nm – 454 nm 7 hrs – 18 hrs
Maximum load 1500 kg 3307 Pounds
CE category B-offshore (CE) B-offshore (CE)
Capacities
CapacitiesMetricImperial
Fuel tank 400 – 1000 litres 88 – 220 Gallons
Water Capacity 100 – 250 litres 22 – 55 Gallons
Septic Tank 40 – 110 litres 8.8 – 24.2 Gallons
Battery 3 x 100 AH - 12 V/24 V

Equipment

Features

HULL DESIGN
Stability with deep vertical shines.

HIGH SPEED
Speed, planning hull.

LARGE DECK

STRONG CONSTRUCTION
Solid and high quality materials

CHOICE OF PROPULSION

ELEGANCE

Basic package

Basic package

Hull

  • Colour to customers choice, with contrasting stripe above waterline and 2 layers of anti fouling
  • Black D-fender all around hull
  • GRP wheelhouse with white gel coat. Length of wheelhouse to customers needs.
  • Standard Cyclone flush deck and overboard scuppers
  • Single engine hatch and lid with two gas struts permitting access to engines
  • Aluminium door with window to wheelhouse with lock, door stopper and door hook
  • Single GRP storage box/seat with stainless steel hinges and locking device starboard side aft of wheelhouse, for storage of a single gas bottle
  • Name of vessel on the bow on port side and starboard side and on the stern of the vessel. Cygnus logo on sides of wheelhouse
  • Decks painted light grey with anti skid finish

Layout

  • V-berth in forward cabin, with storage underneath. Mattresses with covers in textile.
  • Upper part fitted with storage cabinets
  • Forward cabin finished with carpet on inner side of hull. Ceilings finished with vinyl.
  • Colour of carpet on inner hull, laminated wood floors, cabinets and ceilings to choice.
  • The toilet compartment to starboard side with sink and manual toilet. Outlets of toilet going straight overboard via flexible hoses and ball valves. Plastic through hull fittings. Water tight access hatch to electrics.
  • Galley to port side with double gas hob
  • Storage cabinet below sink in toilet. Cold water tap. Mirror above sink
  • Double seat with table that can be lowered to form a double berth in the wheelhouse on the port side on a raised sole. Storage underneath seats in wheelhouse. Back rests and cushions in wheelhouse in simile finish. Colour to choice
  • Steering console to starboard side. Hydraulic steering system. Engine controls and meters mounted on console
  • Wheelhouse, lower part finished with laminated wood and upper part vinyl finish. Colour to choice.
  • Gas strut seat at steering wheel
  • GRP Spray deflector on aft part of wheelhouse and on sides of wheelhouse at deck level
  • Windows: Aluminium with clear glass. 3 front windows, 2 side windows, forward ones sliding, 2 fixed aft windows and 1 window in aluminium wheelhouse door. One small window in toilet, one above galley. One sky light with tinted glass in forward cabin
  • Three Vetus window wipers
  • Engine compartment sound insulated against wheelhouse

Engines

  • 2 Volvo Penta 260 HP DP4 stern drives.
  • DPH Propeller Nickel –aluminium-bronze, pitch to be confirmed.

Fuel and Cooling System

  • 1000-litre aluminium fuel tank under sole or deck.
  • Filler through Deck connected to engine via quality pre fuel filter system.
  • Engine cooling system via through hull seacock and quality raw water filter system. Intake filter on outside of hull.
  • Exhaust via SW cooled water-lock/muffler.

Electrical Fittings

  • Electrics supplied by double heavy-duty 12 volt battery via heavy duty Vetus isolation switch wired to 5 gang switch panel in wheel house.
  • Four 220 V or 110 V power outlets. (Forward cabin, toilet, galley and wheelhouse)
  • Shore power connection / Charger
  • Navigation lights mounted on radar mast
  • One 12 V connection at steering stand
  • 2 heavy duty protected light fixtures in ER
  • Light fixtures above bunks, galley, in toilet compartment and wheelhouse (6 in total, built in or built on spots/light fixtures)

Stainless Steel Fittings

  • Stainless steel railings around front deck and cockpit
  • Stainless steel hand holds on top of wheelhouse
  • Stainless steel vents (Dorades) in toilet, galley and two on aft part of wheelhouse
  • 6 Strong stainless steel bollards, bolted through superstructure
  • 3 Anchor chain guides. (Nylon rollers)
  • Stainless steel bow roller
  • Stainless steel filling plugs and vents for fuel and water tanks
  • Stainless steel fog horn mounted in radar mast

Other Fittings

  • GRP radar mast. Used for fitting navigation lights, etc
  • Holders for boat hooks inside cockpit.
  • Hand hydraulic steering wheel and system
  • 2 Single Jabsco water puppy bilge pump fitted in bilge under wheelhouse and ER compartment, controlled from wheelhouse through an on/off/auto switch.
  • Manual bilge pump with three-way valve (Fwd-aft suction)
  • Galvanised anchor 25 kg with 5 m galvanised chain 10 mm, swivel and 100 m three strand 14 mm nylon rope.
  • Bilge alarm, visual and audible at steering stand in ER compartment
  • 2 portable fire extinguishers
  • Auto fixed fire extinguisher system in ER
  • Remote operational shut off fuel valve
  • Safety equipment, including lifebuoy, 2 floating smoke signal, 3 hand parachute signals and first aid kit and basic toolbox.
  • 6 fenders
  • Flag post on transom
  • Boathook

Navigation Equipment

  • Magnetic compass
  • Radar reflector

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Layout

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