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71,900DWT Panamax Self Unloader -- Designed by B.Delta Marine

The Ocean-going Panamax size self-uploading vessel conforms to the EP requirements at a service speed of 14.5 knots, service in carring dry cargo including grain, coal, iron ore, stone and gypsum etc., reflecting on economical operation, safety and environment protection.

The vessel has a single fixed pich screw, slow speed M/E driven, fitted with a bow thruster; and having with vertical bow with forecastle. The cargo area have seven cargo holds. Unloading rate is about 6,000 stph (5,440t/h) of iron ore.

- Length (o.a.):      228.60 m
- Length (b.p.):      225.26 m
- Breadth mld.:        32.26 m
- Depth mld.:          20.15 m
- Scantl. draft:        13.5 m
- Deadweight:         71,900 t (Scantl. draft)

SERVICE SPEED: 14.5kn (Td, CSR, 15% sm)


- LR +100A1 bulk carrier self-unloader, ESP, LI, Shipright (SDA, FDA, CM), IWS, PT HT steel, +LMS, UMS, EP

- Cargo holds:            abt. 65,900 m³
- Heavy fuel oil tanks:   abt.  2,000 m³
- Ballast water tanks:    abt. 17,800 m³
- Diesel Oil Tanks:       abt.    200 m³

- Model:      MAN B&W 5S65 ME-C8 Tire II
- CMCR:               10,430kW x 81r/min
- CSR (85%MCR):        8,865kW x 78r/min
- Fuel Oil Consumption:      abt 33t/day

- Diesel generators:    2 x 1,320 kW, 1 x 1,050 kW
- Shaft generator:      800 kW
- Emergency generator:  1 x 184 kW

MacGregor    NETZCH    海德威

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