02. PWS CNRMA Boat Maintenace Newport 051222.docx


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Date Originally Posted
June 8, 2022, 9:10 a.m.
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Performance Work Statement

Oil Spill Response (OSR) Boat Maintenance and Repair

Naval Station Newport, RI


The Naval Station Newport, RI, has a requirement for four (4) Oil Spill Response (OSR) Boats, associated trailers, and equipment to include Preventive Maintenance (PM) and repair of non-functioning equipment. Preventative maintenance and repairs required under resultant contract shall be performed off-site; unless, repairs are minor and can be performed on-site without interference with base operations.


Naval Station Newport, RI operates a spill response team and routinely conducts simulation exercises of marine diesel spills for effective and efficient action in the event of a real-world incident. The Command requires Preventive Maintenance (PM) and repairs of non-functioning equipment of four (4) Oil Spill Response (OSR) Boats and associated trailers.


3.1 After all of the tasks have been completed, the contractor shall provide thoroughly inspected, fully functional, operational, and well maintained oil spill response boats, associated trailers, and equipment for the Commander Navy Region Mid Atlantic (CNRMA) located at Newport, Rhode Island.


3.2.1 Hull Number Manufacturer Engine Type

21UB0401 Sea Ark 150HP Honda (outboard, 4-cylinder; 4- stroke)

30OP1803 Kvichak Skimmer Twin 90HP Twin Honda Engines (outboard, 4-cylinder; 4-stroke)

30BP0004 Sea Ark Twin 150 HP Honda (outboard, 4-cylinder; 4-stroke)

25UB1602 Metal Shark Twin 115 HP Honda (outboard, 4-cylinder; 4-stroke)

Boat Name Hull No. Model No.

Metal 01 25UB1602 Model 25 Feet – Utility Boat

Sea Ark 2 21UB0401 Model 21 Feet - UT Roustabout

Skimmer 30OP1803 Model 30 Feet – Rapid Response

Platform 30BP0004 Model 3010-B – Transporter

3.2.2 Sea Ark Utility Boat (Quantity: 1 each)

A. Aluminum Hull

B. Major Equipment

1. One EZ Loaders, 2 Axels

2. One 150 Honda Engines with 4 x 14-1/4 x 17 stainless steel Propeller

3.2.3 Sea Ark Platform Boat (Quantity: 1 each):

A. Aluminum Hull

B. Major Equipment

1. One EZ loader trailer, 3 Axels

2. Twin 150 Honda Outboard Engines with stainless steel, 3 X 14½ X 15 props.

3.2.4 Kvichak Skimmer (Quantity: 1 each):

A. Aluminum Hull

B. Major Equipment

1. One EZ loader trailer, 3 Axels

2. 90hp Twin Outboard Honda Engines

3.2.5 Metal Shark Utility Boat (Quantity: 1 each):

A. One Boat Master, 2 Axels

B. Twin 115 Honda Outboard Engines with stainless steel, 3 X 141/4X 17 props


3.3.1 Every 6 Months Check bearing spindle for warmness after use (slightly warm to touch) Trailer - inspect all light operation. Break System Actuator - Visually inspect, check for leaks and correct fluid level, grease surge brake unit. Frame Assembly - Visually inspect all welds for cracks, leaf springs condition and corrosion. Check trailer jack stand for proper operation and grease gears. Check Caliper & Rotor/Drum assemblies for leaks and malfunction, bolts tightness and condition. Pads - Visually inspect condition and wear. Bunk Assembly - Visually inspect fasteners for tightness and carpet condition. Winch Cable Assembly - Visually inspect strap/wire/hook for frays and excessive corrosion and check winch operation and corrosion. Wheels, Hubs & Bearings - Visually inspect lug nuts for tightness, rims for damage, and tire wear (including spare tire). Lights - Check operation and condition of fasteners, inspect electrical connector plug. Make report of all findings. (A001)

3.3.2 Every 12 Months All items listed above in the "Every 6 Months" categories plus: Break System Actuator - Check for brake line corrosion and leaks. Frame Assembly - Inspect for deterioration and all fasteners for tightness and corrosion. Bunk Assembly - Inspect for deterioration of the wood. Hubs & Bearings -Check bearing and hub condition and repack hubs with grease. Provide report of all findings (A001)

3.4 HULL PRESERVATION - Hull preservation and repairs shall be Performed IAW the following references:

a. Current Fiscal Year NAVSEA Standard Items

b. S9086-VG-STM-010/CH-634, Naval Ship’s Technical Manual, Chapter 634, Deck Covering

c. S9086-VG-STM-020/CH-631, Volume 2, Preservation of Ships in Service

d. SWT 077-01 Hazardous Waste Produced on Naval Vessels Control

Craft availability will be based on operational requirements of craft and Port Operations commitments. Vendor shall paint one (1) craft per year. The vendor shall paint each boat in accordance with industry standards and any applicable environmental regulations including but not limited to OSHA. All painting shall be performed off-site in order to avoid any potential environmental spills. Painting shall include but not be limited to hulls, deck, and wheel house IAW manuals described above.

3.4.1 Dry Dock, Clean, Underwater Hull Painting-Antifouling Immediately after dry-docking, pressure wash clean the entire hull (above and below the waterline), including sides, bow, stern and marine deck, limit free of all marine growth, using fresh water. Record all markings in exact locations to reinstall all markings after painting of Hull. Cover any items that cannot be removed to prevent getting paint on them. Scaffold and shrink-wrap (protect rest of boat from blasting and painting debris) each craft as needed to meet environmental requirements. Contractor shall ensure each openings to below deck areas (not open for inspection), in and around console control, gages, cabin seat(s) and electrical panels and systems are masked and properly sealed to protect these areas from intrusion of sand blasting/industrial debris material. Contractor shall ensure all through hull openings and depth finder transponders are covered prior to blasting and painting. Contractor shall be responsible for cleaning all industrial debris from craft, to include removing access covers for thoroughness. Remove and replace with new cathode protection or zinc anodes. Accomplish light brush-off blast cleaning sweep (using black walnut shells, to rough up surface), preserve and apply antifouling to the entire underwater hull surfaces. The final anti- fouling coat shall be Seaguard Antifouling Paint N51B301. Reference A, Item 009-32, including Table One, Line 9. Reposition craft supporting blocks to ensure 100 percent coverage of primer and anti- fouling paint on entire underwater hull. Install markings recorded in 2.1.2 Remove protective material used in 2.1.2 - 2.1.5. Install new cathode protection or zinc anodes removed in 2.1.7. Provide report of all findings (A001)

3.4.2 Hull Inspection Conduct inspection of the craft bilges, exterior and accessible interior hull for damage and deteriorated conditions of each weld and hull plate surface and make report. Check for bent fender channeling, cracked welds, transom cracks, corroded fender channeling and make report. Inspect windows and hardware for damage and make report. Provide report of all findings (A001)

3.4.3 Non-Skid Remove existing and install new non-skid decking material on all waking interior and exterior decking. Ensure non-skid deck covering is a NAVSEA approved proprietary system conforming to MIL-PRF-24667, Type One, 2 or 3 Comp G. Color shall be FED-STD-595/36118 Gray, Flat or Lusterless. Install temporary coverings for all doors, hatches, void covers, and various equipment that will be affected during the application of non-skid on deck. Non-skid scheme shall be applied as identified by designated government representative, from side to side and from end to end. NOTE: There shall be a four (4) inch by eight (8) inch border around all cleats and /or tow posts. Cross rolling of welds shall be accomplished in accordance with Reference B, paragraph NSTM 634-3.29.9 subparagraph 4 of 2.2. Remove all temporary coverings upon completion of hull preservation. Provide report of all findings (A001)

3.4.4 HULL REPAIRS OTHER THAN NORMAL WEAR AND TEAR (OPTIONAL) The contractor shall inform the GTPOC of the “as found” condition of the Oil Spill Response (OSR) Boat if normal wear condition is not met. The contractor shall perform an Ultrasonic Testing (UT) scan of the hull. The contractor shall repair the hull defect. Provide a report of all findings (A001)

3.5 NAVIGATION SYSTEM- Perform IAW associated manufacturer’s technical publications Owner’s Guide and/or Operator’s Manual for the following:

3.5.1 VHF Radio VHF Marine Radio. Microphone and Associated Antenna - Check operation, fraying of wires, loose connections and corrosion. Make report of findings.(A001)

3.5.2 GPS GPS and Associated Antenna - Check operation, fraying of wires, loose connections and corrosion. Make report of findings.(A001)

3.5.3 MAGNETIC COMPASS Magnetic Compass - Check operation and cleanliness. Make report of findings.(A001)

3.6 HYDRAULIC STERRING- Perform IAW Teleflex, Sea Star Installation and Owner’s Manual

3.6.1 Every 6 Months Inspect steering wheel for cracks, looseness, or any other deformities. Inspect helm pump assembly for leaks or loose hydraulic lines. Inspect steering hoses for kinks, abrasions, cuts, or any other deformities. Ensure Helm reservoir fluid level is recommended oil level. Inspect the steering cylinders and all other steering components for damage, wear & loose fasteners. Turn the wheel in both directions several times to insure