- Length: 199.93 m
- Beam: 32.20 m
- Draft: 11.25 m
- Deadweight: 33406 DWT
- Gross Tonnage: 27104 GRT
- Cargo Capacity: 2553 TEU
- Engine: MAN B&W 7S70MC-C
- Engine's power: 29540 hp
- Shipyard: Naikai Zosen Corp, Japan
- Year: 2008
- Country: China
- Listed: August 29, 2017 8:11 pm
- Expires: 155 days, 21 hours
Container ship in very good condition, built in 2008 by Japanese shipbuilder Naikai Zosen Corp, is available for sale. The shiop is currently in operations in China and region, but available for inspection and acquisition in any time in the area. The overall length of the ship is 199.93 m, the beam is 32.20 m and the maximum draft is 11.25 m. The deadweight of the ship is 33406 DWT and the gross tonnage is 27104 GRT. The vessel has capacity to carry 2553 TEU.
There are no remarks and damages of the hull. Everything on board is working correctly and without remarks. Both next SS and DD are needed in Feb 2018.
The engineering of the vessel is also reliable and working correctly. The main engine is Hitachi-Zosen MAN B&W 7S70MC-C, which has total output power of 29540 hp. Such power is enough of the vessel to operate with service speed of 15.0 kts.
The ship is operating in Chinese cabotage, but have license and certificate for ocean going operations.
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