Gallery: Two Golars Hook Up in Gibraltar Bay

Image Courtesy: Gibraltar Port
Image Courtesy: Gibraltar Port

The Golar Ice and Golar Crystal, two LNG tankers owned by the shipping company Golar LNG, were conducting a ship-to-ship (STS) transfer operation in Gibraltar Bay last week. The gallery below shows from different angles the two vessels lined up for operation.

Built in 2015, the Golar Ice is an 82,200 dwt tanker that has a length of 281 meters and a width of 44 meters.

The Golar Crystal is a 2014-built vessel featuring a length of 285 meters and a width of 44 meters. This 82,058 dwt vessel has a gross tonnage of 102,100 tons.

The capacity of both vessels is 160,000 cubic meters.

Image Courtesy: Gibraltar Port

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