China: Taizhou Sanfu Shipyard Finishes Sea Trials for 12.000 DWT MPC Ellensborg

Last wednesday, 20#12000DWT MPC, being built for Danish NORDANA company, came back from sea trial successfully and anchored at No.3 quay at Taizhou Sanfu shipyard. Its LOA is 138.5m, LPP 130.0m, moulded width 21.0m, moulded depth 11.0m with design draft 7.5m. This vessel would be delivered around middle of October as scheduled.

12000DWT MPC is the first export vessel of this series with unre-stricted service which built at Taizhou Sanfu Shipyard。The vessel is built of certified steel as a single screw with main deck,forecastle,bulbs bow and equipped with two units of 150T Crane,one unit of main engine Mak6M43,5400KW and classed to GL,reached the requirement of E3,which is for carriage of containers,coal ,sslt,cement,grain,timber,steel coils etc,engine roon and all accommodation is arranged aft.

The main particular as follows:

Length overall 138.50m

Length between perpendiculars 130.00m

Breadth moulded 21.00m

Depth to mail deck,moulede 11.00m

Design Draught 7.5m

Scantling Draught 8.00m

Dead-weight at scantling seawater draft of 8.00 meter 12580MT

Dead-weight on. 7.50 meter 11380MT

Containers 665TEU

Source: sfshipyard, October 6, 2011

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Posted on October 6, 2011

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