CCG Fleet: Vessel Details

CCGS CAPTAIN MOLLY KOOL

Capt Molly Kool

841979
VAAE
General Operation
Medium Icebreaker
Ont. - Ottawa
Atlantic Region
N.L. - St. John's
Active
Crewing Regime
19
9
10
9
Layday
Certificates
DNV - ICE 10 Icebreaker
Unlimited - beyond 2000nm
Yes
9199646
Construction Details
Havyard Leirvik A.S., Hordaland, Norway
Steel
Canadian Coast Guard
2001
2018
Vessel Specifications
83.7
18
7.2
8.5
3382
1145
11000
42
11
16
342
1500
30
Helicopter Facilities
This vessel is not helicopter capable
Engineering
Geared Diesel
(2) x MAK - 8M32
(2) x MAK - 6M32
13440
(2) x Controllable Pitch
Yes
Yes
(1) x Caterpillar - 3306
(2) x Caterpillar - 3412
Scientific Equipment
This vessel is not equipped with dedicated Scientific Equipment
Holds and Deck Space
603
Container Capacity
10
Deck Equipment
unknown - Hyddraulic Knuckleboom
13
Winch
200
Norsafe - Merlin 615 MKI
unknown - Hydraulic Pivoting Davit
Comms and Navigation Equipment
(1) x ICOM - ICA200
(2) x Sailor - 6222
(4) x Sailor - 6248
(1) x Sailor - HT 4520
(2) x Sailor - HT 4225
(1) x Sailor - 900
(1) x Inmarsat - FBB 500
(1) x Iridium - Pilot
(2) x Sperry - Mk 37
Furuno - FAR 2827 X-Band
Furuno - FAR 2837 S-Band
(2) x Transas - Naviplanner 4000
(1) x EMRI - SEM 200
(1) x Sperry Marine - SRD-331
(2) x Litton - LMX 400
(1) x Rhotheta - 500 M
(2) x ELAC - ES 5100
Dynamic Positioning - DNV DYNPOS
Vessel Images
Capt Molly Kool in dry dock
Captain Molly Kool in dry dock
entering drydock
Additional Information
Myrtle (Molly) Kool, the first female licenced ship¿s captain in North America. Born in Alma, New Brunswick in 1916, Molly was the daughter of a Dutch sea captain. She spent summers sailing on the waters in and around the Bay of Fundy with her father, learning about life at sea and becoming an accomplished sailor. After high school, Molly convinced the Merchant Marine School in Saint John, New Brunswick, to admit her as a student; she was the only woman to ever attend the school. In 1937 she obtained her Mate¿s Certificate and became a mate on her father¿s 70-foot scow, the Jean K. In 1939, she obtained her coastal Master¿s Certificate and graduated from the Marchant Marine Institute in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. She was first female deep sea Captain in North America. At the time, she was only the second woman in the world to hold that achievement.
vessel purchased in 2018 - ex VIDAR VIKING