South Korea: DSME Christens Hamburg Sud's New Vessel Santa Ines

Posted on Jun 27th, 2012 with tags .

DSME Christens Hamburg Sud's New Vessel Santa Ines

On Wednesday, 27 June 2012, Hamburg Süd celebrated the christening of its container ship “Santa Ines” at Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co. Ltd. (DSME) shipyard in Geoje-City in Korea.

The “Santa Ines” is the last newbuilding of a series of ten container ships, each of which has a slot capacity of 7,100 TEU and is fitted with 1,600 reefer container plugs. Following her delivery at DSME on 29 July, the “Santa Ines” is to be phased into Hamburg Süd’s service between Asia and South Africa/South America East Coast. The “Santa Ines” is named after a city in the Brazilian province of Bahia, west of the port of Salvador.

Newbuildings eight and nine of the current “Santa” series – the “Santa Ursula” and the “Santa Barbara” – have already been delivered but will not be christened until July and August 2012 respectively in their particular area of operation. The “Santa Ines” completes the group of more than 30 ships of the “Monte”, “Rio”, “Santa”, “Bahia” and “Cap” class which Hamburg Süd has had built at DSME in the last ten years. The first vessel, the “Monte Cervantes”, was delivered in July 2004.

Technical data of the Santa Ines:

Capacity 93,430 tdw

Slot capacity 7,100 TEU

Reefer plugs 1,600

Length overall 299.9 m

Length between perpendiculars 286.8 m

Width 42.8 m

Draught 13.5 m

Speed 22.2 kn

Main engine output 41,180 kW

Sponsor of the “Santa Ines” was Dr Marie Schnell, a daughter of Dr Arend Oetker.

Shipbuilding Tribune Staff, June 27, 2012; Image: hamburgsud

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