C98-III work boat

The Conver C98-III is a compact multipurpose heavy-duty workboat. It is renowned for its durability, reliability and performance. The boat can perform a wide range of support activities in shallow inland waters, including pushing and towing and the transportation of fuel, goods and personnel.

This workboat comes with a hydraulic deck crane with a reach of 7 metres. The deck crane is positioned at the front of the deck on the port side of the boat. This creates maximum loading capacity and a lot of space on the deck. The wheelhouse is located at the rear of the deck and is constructed from 3 mm profiled steel. The roof of the wheelhouse can easily be dismantled to reduce the height of the workboat for transport.

In addition, Conver offers several options to increase the operator's job satisfaction. The following options are possible for the Conver C98-III: an automatic bilge pump, hydraulically driven deck wash pump, aluminium anti-vandalism panels, sunroof over the cabin, heavy bow roller, removable vertical cable guide, and a hydraulic deck winch


(l x w x h):

10,34 x 4,05 x 3,15 m
(l x w x h):
10,00 x 4,00 x 1,50 m

6 mm St52 (side panels, bulkheads and deck) | 8 mm St52 (bottom) | 50 x 25 mm St 52 (sheer strakes)

Max. depth: 0,75 m (depending on version)
Weight: 21 ton
Pull: 1,7 ton
Colour: Orange RAL 2004 / Grey RAL 7012
Engine: Diesel engine 195 kW @2.200 rpm
Emission class: In accordance with local regulations
Fuel tank: 250 L
Steering: Closed fresh cooling system with box cooler
Cooling system: Closed fresh cooling system with box cooler
Electrical installation: 24V
Deck installation: Hydraulic deck crane, 74 kNM with 7,00 m outreach
Transport deck: Wood laid work deck with 2.000 kg loading capacity
Crew: 1 operator
Speed: 13 km/h
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The C98-III work boat has several advantages:

  • Largest multipurpose, heavy duty work boat
  • Pulling force of 1,7 ton
  • Diesel engine rated 195 kW
  • Hydraulic deck crane with 7 m outreach
  • It can perform a wide range of support activities in shallow inland waters

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