Amarant

Chemical tanker IMO Type II

Overview

Call Sign: CQSF – IMO No. 9260407
Bareboat Charterer: Prime Commercial Investment Ltd
Port of Registry: Madeira
Commercial Manager: Nyship Chartering AB.
Technical Manager: Transmarine Tankers ApS.

Specifications

Class

DNV-GL + 100 A5E. ESP T3D10 T4D21.
Chemical Tanker, Oil Tanker.
+MC E AUT
Last Special Survey: 05/2018
Last dry-docking: 05/2018

Builders

Marmara Shipyard, lzmit, Turkey. 2003

Measurements

Measurement

International

Suez

Panama

Gross Tonnage

4.814

Net Tonnage

2.238

Dead-Weight

7.185 on 6,80 m summer draft

Light Displacement

2.776

T.P.C. on Summer

16.85

Dimensions

Length Overall:

119,10 m

Length between P.P.:

111,60 m

Beam:

16,90 m

Moulded depth:

7,20 m

Freeboard loaded:

1,65 m

Airdraft in ballast:

30,39 m

Bow to manifold:

58,60 m

Engine Equipment

Main Engine:

MaK 8M 32 C of 3.840 kW at 600 rpm.

Aux Engines:

MAN of 500 kW at 1,500 rpm each.

Generators:

3 Stamford

Boiler:

2 x 2.000 kW Aallborg-Wiesloch thermal oil

Bowthruster:

Yes

Propeller:

Contollable pitch type Scana-Volda with 4 blades.

Evaporator:

Alfa-Laval capacity 20 m3 24 hours.

Cargo System

  • 17 cargo pumps Marflex Deep-well , 12 X 200 m3w/hr each against 8 kg/cm2 and 5 x 120 m3w/hr each against 8 kg/cm2 + 1 portable of 70 m3w/hr.
  • Maximum 8 pumps running simultaneously.
  • 16 cargo tanks of 7.892,000 m3 cargo capacity at 100 % + 1 slop tank of 157,000 m3 at 100 %, 16 cargo grades with complete separation. 6, 8 and 10 inch cargo lines, all stainless steel, 17 manifold connections on each side 1.200 m3/hr maximum loading rate with homogeneous cargo.
  • Closed loading and ullaging in all tanks.
  • High level alarms in all tanks.
  • Fixed tank cleaning machines and 2 portable water driven fans for drying of cargo tanks.
  • All cargo and slop tanks coated with Jotun Tankguard Special phenol-epoxy type coating.
  • Stainless steel heating coils (31611) in all tanks able to maintain a cargo temperature of 60 degrees C° including slop tank.

Ballast System

  • 12 segregated ballast tanks of 2.786 m3 total, equal to 38,7 % of ship’s summer dead-weight.
  • 2 ballast pumps of 250 m3w/hr. each.

Electronic Equipment

Speed and Consumption

  • About 14 knots on 15 metric tons MDO + 1,2 metric tons MGO per 24 hours (when not using shaftgenerator).
  • Bunker tank capacity, MDO = 382 m3 – MGO = 57 m3.

Safety & Quality

As a ship management company we aim for the highest standards within safety and quality.

Experience

We have during the years been able to establish favourable credit terms.

Flexible services

Technical management, Safety management, Time Charter management.