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Ship Opening East Russia, 22-23 Sept 2012

Leith Larch
Leith Larch (Photo credit: the Magnificent Octopus)

Open Far East Russia 22-23 September


   MV "TBN"

 mpp, box, tweendecker, container fitted, ice class
 Built end 2010,China,
 Flag: Russia,
 DWT 9023 mt
 GRT/NRT      7800/3050
 LOA  - 122.20 m
 Beam -  19.80 m
 Draft -      7.20 m
 Depth moulded - 10.70 m

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2 Boxlike holds with narrowing to forward and aft.
 Hold No. 1- L : 32.2 x B:15.30 x H:11 mtrs with narrowing with frwd  up to 13,8 - 9,45-4,9 mtrs
 Hold No. 2- L:  50.4 x 15.30 x 11 mtrs.
 High from tanktop up to two cover 5,2 mtrs
 Fm Twd cover up to coamings- ttl -5,0 mtrs
 TWD hatch cover can be fixed in two horizontal position.
 Cargo holds (including tween deck panels) - 13360 m3 abt.
 Tweendeck panels can used as bulheads in holds.
 Heavy Cargo (176.4 kN/m2),
 Container capacity:
 Holds -      abt. 264 TEU (TEU=20'x8'x8'6")
 On deck -    abt. 366 TEU
 Total -           630TEU

 40 REEFER PLUGS ON DECK

 Cranes - 2 portside 35 mts
 Combi - 70 mts

Speed 12,5 knts / IFO 180 -13.0 mts + MDO 1.5 mts at sea
In port 1.5 MDO

Vessel Open Haiphong , End Aug/ Early Sept 2012


MV V. PEARL

OPEN HAIPHONG END AUG - EARLY SEPT.


BUILT: JAPAN, 1996 
SDBC, NKK + VIRES
DWT 24241 MT/ DRAFT 9.548 M / TPC 34.8 MT
LOA: 157.26 M, LBP: 149.99 M,
BREADTH 26.0 M, DEPTH (MOULDED): 13.30 M
GT/NT: 14602/8402
PANAMA CANAL NT: 12264,SUEZ CANAL GT/NT: 15317/13534.41
WINTER DWT/DRAFT: 23549 MT ON 9.349 M
TROPICAL DWT/DRAFT: 23241 MT ON 9.761 M
FRESH WATER DWT/DRAFT: 23921 MT ON 9.960 M
CGO GEAR: 4 CRANES EACH 30MT SWL
HOLDS/HATCHES: 4/4HATCH SIZE: 
# 1 : 18.48 X 13.05 M
# 2,3& 4 EACH: 21.56 M X 13.05 M
TANKTOP STRENGTHS 11.21 MT/M2
HCOVER #1: 2.28 MT/M2
HCOVER # 2,3,4: 2.5 MT/M2
GRAIN /BALE: 30909.97 CBM / 29817.41 CBM
GRAIN BALE
# 1 6779.32 6555.66
# 2 8265.12 7976.44
# 3 8279.98 7984.18
# 4 7585.55 7301.13

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What is the demand for Capesize Vessels ?



There is high demand for Vessel from the minerals and commodity market. There is acute shortage for the break bulk vessels for carrying iron ore, coal and other bulk commodities and the vessel owners are asking three times higher freights these days.

The ocean freight for break bulk carriers is higher than Baltic Exchange rates. The companies from Brazil are paying the highest prices for capesize vessels for carrying iron ore to Asia as per the information from the Exchange data.

The capsize vessel are approx forty percent of dry bulk fleet of world. The restriction on exports of iron ore from India has increased the iron ore shipment from South America to Asia.
The freight index as per the exchange has risen for panamax 15 percent, supramax 13 percent and handy size by 5.5 percent.

With the demand in bulk commodities which approx rises by 4% also may be the reason for the rise in the demand for the capesize vessels


 
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