China: SF Shipyard Holds Steel Cutting Ceremony for 51.000 DWT Bulk Carrier

On November 23, steel-cutting ceremony for second 51.000 DWT Bulk Carrier (Hull No100116), which is to be built for Fuzhou Haitong shipping Co., LTD by SF shipyard, was carried out successfully.

57.000 DWT Bulk Carrier is designed for a ocean going,single screw diesel driven single deck singgle-skin bulk carrier for normal wordwide service。It is equipped with four units of 35t Crane,one unit of main engine MAN B&W 6S50MC-C,MCR 9480KW and classed to GL,BV,ABS separately.

The class notation of ABS is following: +A1 Bulk Carrier BC-A,CSR,Cargo Hold No.2 and No.4 may be empty),CSR,SAFESHIP-CM,E,+AMS,+ACCU,GRAB(20),ESP,UWILD,TCM

The main particular:

Length overall 189.99m

Length between perpendiculars 185.00m

Breadth molded 32.26m

Depth to main deck,molded 18.00m

Design Draught 11.30m

Scantling Draught 12.80m

Dead-weight at scantling draft 51000T

Cargo Hold (grain,including hatch coamings) abt.71,500,m3

Speed 14.20knots

Shipbuilding Tribune Staff, November 29, 2011; Image: tzsf

 

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Posted on November 29, 2011

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