MV Crown Garnet
Crown Garnet – © Erwin Willemse (Ijmuiden, 26/03/2020)
Steel single screw (Crown Class) motor vessel built in 1996 by Iwagi Zosen Co., Ltd. Kamijima. Japan (Yard No SZ-165) as a Refrigerated Cargo ship
- Length: 151.99 m (overall) m (between perpendiculars)
- Breadth: 23.00m
- Depth: 13.00 m
- Draught: 8.66m
- Tonnage: 10519 gross/5406 net/10332t deadweight
- Engines: 1x Mitsubishi 6UEC 60LS – 2 stroke single acting 6 cylinder diesel
- Power: 1195 kW/16200 bHP
- Speed: 22.6 knots (Trial)
- Capacity: 69 Reefer Plugs/ 51 x 20ft containers/15.505 m³
- Call Sign: 3FSY6, C6DT9
- MMSI Number: 311000782
- IMO Number: 9128049
- Port of Registry: Panama City/Panama, Bahamas
- Sister Ships: Crown Emerald, Crown Opal, Crown Jade, Crown Ruby, Crown Sapphire, Crown Topaz
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May 10th 1996: Keel laid.
August 27th 1996: Launched as CROWN GARNET.
December 1st 1996: Completed. Registered Owner; NYK Reefers. Registered Manager; Wallem Shipmanagement, Hong Kong
January 1st 2006: Registered Manager; Cool Carriers.
© Jens Boldt (Hamburg, 25/11/2010)
© Aleksi Lindström (Hansweert, Netherlands, 24/06/2014)
December 2014: Registered Owner; Gamas Shipholding SA.
May 16th 2020: Due at Dover.
🆕© Nigel Scutt (Dover Strait Shipping)
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