Amber 1

Chemical tanker IMO Type II

Overview

Call Sign: 5BAR2 – IMO No. 9174713
Port of Registry: Limassol, Cyprus flag.
Commercial Manager: Swede Chem Tankers AB
Technical Manager: Transmarine Tankers ApS.
Owner: Amber Shipping Limited

Specifications

Class

DNV-GL +100 A5 ESP T3D10 T4D20 Double Hull + MC
Last Special Survey: 08/2017
Last dry-docking: 08/2017

Builders

Haedong, South Korea 6/1997

Measurements

Measurement

International

Suez

Panama

Gross Tonnage

3.159,00

Net Tonnage

1.528,00

Dead-Weight

4.999 on 6,44 m summer draft

Light Displacement

2.030

T.P.C. on Summer

13,06

Dimensions

Length Overall:

99,90 m

Length between P.P.:

93,06 m

Beam:

15,40 m

Moulded depth:

7,80 m

Freeboard loaded:

1,01 m

Airdraft in ballast:

27,45 m

Bow to manifold:

55,35 m

Engine Equipment

Main Engine:

Hanshin LH4LA of 3.500 BHP at 243 rpm.

Aux Engines:

3 x Yanmar 6LAAL, 360 HP at 1200 rpm.

Generators:

Hyundai 300 KVA / 445 V.

Boiler:

Kangrim AQ-12, 7kg/ cm2 x 5000 kg/hr.

Bowthruster:

Yes, Schottel type.

Propeller:

Fixed pitch.

Evaporator:

10 metric tons/day.

Cargo System

  • 10 cargo pumps Frank Mohn Deep-well, 160 m3w/hr each against 8 kg/cm2 serving cargo tanks and 2 cargo pumps of 100 m3w/hr each against 8 kg/cm2 serving slop tanks.
  • 10 cargo tanks of 5.254,6 m3 cargo capacity at 98 % + 2 slop tanks of 195,2 m3 at 98 %.
  • 6 cargo grades with double valve separation. 6 cargo grades with complete separation.
  • 6 inch cargo lines, all stainless steel. 6 manifold connections on each side.
  • 800 m3/hr maximum loading rate with homogeneous cargo.
  • Closed loading and ullaging in all tanks. High level alarms in all tanks.
  • Portable tank cleaning machines. All cargo and slop tanks coated with Phenoline epoxy coating.
  • Stainless steel heating coils (SUS-304) in all tanks able to maintain a cargo temperature of 65 degrees C° including slop tanks.
  • 1 hydraulic crane at manifold of 0,9 metric tons S.W.L.

Ballast System

  • 11 segregated ballast tanks of 1.652 m3 total, equal to about 31 % of ships summer dead-weight.
  • 1 ballast pump of 200 m3w/hr.

Electronic Equipment

Speed and Consumption

  • About 11,5 knots on 5 metric tons MDO + 0,6 metric tons MDO per 24 hours.
  • Bunker tank capacity, MDO = 225 m3 – MDO = 68 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.