Vietnam: Hyundai Vinashin Shipyard Names Bulk Carrier Hanjin Isabel

On April 10th 2012, Hyundai-Vinashin Shipyard honorably cerebrated Naming Ceremony for 37.000 DWT Bulk Carrier bearing the Hull No. S067 with the attendance of representatives from Owner, Class and Yard.

The Hull No. S067, officially named “Hanjin Isabel”, is the last vessel of the series of the 2 contracted Hi Gold 22 International S.A., Panama.

Similar to her elder sister, she has main particulars as follows:

– Length: 186.4m

– Breadth: 27.8m

– Depth: 15.6m

– Speed: 15.5 knots

-Cargo capacity: 47 600 m3

On the same day, Delivery Signing ceremony was successful organized. On behalf of shipyard, Mr. Y.H. Lee, President & CEO of HVS and Mr. J. S. Shin, President of Korea Ship Finance signed the delivery documents under witness of all the ceremony attendees.

Shipbuilding Tribune Staff, April 10, 2012; Images: hyundai-vinashin

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