The delivery ceremony of No.17 208,000 DWT bulk carrier built by Jiangsu New Times Shipbuilding Co., Ltd was held on the afternoon of June 4th.
It is 299.95m in length overall, 50m in width, 24.9m in depth with 294.40m in LBP. Furthermore, it is registered in the ABS with 16.1m of the design draft and 18.4m of the scantling draft, carrying 208,000 goods.
On the morning of June 2, the tenth high-speed craft “Pengxing 25” designed and built by Afai Southern Shipyard Ltd. for the Pengxing Shipping company was launched successfully.
It is 40.18m in length and 9m in width at a speed of 30 knots, carrying 199 passengers and it is highly recognized by shipowners following the quality and progress of construction.
On May 29, a new generation of 120,000 DWT bulk carrier “CSSC Cape Town” was delivered in the Nansha Free Trade Zone of Guangdong province.
This type of vessel is the first Mini Cape bulker, meeting the HCSR and EEDI2 standards in the world. With new dolphin design, it is capable of offering better shipping solutions in a more eco-friendly and intelligent way.
On May 27, the delivery ceremony of a 109m self-propelled barge “Desail 02” built by Bohai Shipbuilding Heavy Industry Co., Ltd for Desail Offshore & Marine Engineering Co., Ltd was held.
This vessel is developed and designed by Desail. It is 109m in length, 22.2m in width and 6.2m in depth at a design speed of 12 knots. Besides, it is equipped with twin rudders powered by diesel engine, which is mainly used to transport personnel and vehicles in coastal areas.
700 TEU Multi-purpose containership left the shipyard
On May 25, No. 1 700 TEU multi-purpose containership built by CSIC Wuchang Shipbuilding Industry Group Co., Ltd. for Yuan Da Jun Sheng Shipping Co., Ltd was poised to the following sea trial voyage and delivery work that departed from pier two Shuangliu to Jingjiang Nanyang Shipbuilding.
The successful sea trial voyage of 325,000 DWT Ore carrier
On the same day, 325,000 DWT Ore carrier built by Wuchang Shipbuilding Group for ICBC Leasing and China Merchants Energy Shipping Co., Ltd. (CMES) was completed its sea trial voyage and berthed in the dock.
The team group learns by the previous experience and improves its plan before the trial voyage.
On May 22, the delivery and acceptance ceremony of 308,000 DWT crude oil tanker built by DSIC for Landbridge Group was held.
“Landbridge Wisdom” boasts a new generation of the competitive vessel type in the market by DSIC. It is 332.95m in length, 60m in breadth and 30m in depth with the maximum load of 308,000 DWT. The vessel is allowed to navigate in the unrestricted area. Furthermore, it can carry 2 million barrels of crude oil across the Strait of Malacca in the design draft of 20.5m and it can reduce the sulfide emission greatly with the help of scrubber.
On May 18, 23,500 DWT product oil tanker built by Fujian Mawei Shipbuilding for a Singapore shipowner was at building berth.
The ships measures 155m in length, 36m in width, 15.2m in depth and 7m in design draft at a speed of 12.5 knots. Besides, it is classified into ABS with 24 crews and a maximum load of 23,500 DWT.
At 15:00 on May 16, the 81,600 DWT bulk carrier built by COSCO Shipping Heavy Industry (Zhoushan) for Aegean Shipping Management and AVIC International Leasing was completed its sea trial smoothly.
It is the last ship in the series of six 81,600 DWT bulk carriers under construction.
The first conversion from a crude tanker to FSO (Floating storage and offloading) designed by Marine Design & Research Institute of China (MARIC) was officially completed and delivered to China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC). The FSO “Hai Yang Shi You 121” was converted from Aframax crude carrier Feng Huang Zhou which was completed construction in January 2006.
The crude oil tanker “Hai Yang Shi You 121” is classed by CCS and ABS under the flag of Liberia. It can operate from 106m to 146m in the depth of sea waters and it is designed to shelter from the typhoon with a single point internal turret mooring system.
Greek owner Neda Maritime, controlled by the Lykiardopoulos family, has placed an order at South Korean yard Daehan Shipbuilding for the construction of two LR2 tankers.
Allied Shipbroking reported that the two 114,000 DWT vessels are scheduled for delivery in 2021. The price of the deal was not disclosed. VesselsValue shows the price of a newbuild 114,000 DWT LR tanker is around $47m.
Neda Maritime currently owns a fleet of 21 vessels made up of 13 bulkers and 8 tankers. It also has a VLCC newbuild under construction at Hyundai Samho.