Mv Fast Sam
© Aleksi Lindström,
Steel single screw motor vessel built in 1994 by Barkmeijer Stroobos B.V. Stroobos, The Netherlands (Yard No 269) as a General dry cargo ship.
- Length: 88.99 m (overall) 84.98 m (between perpendiculars)
Breadth: 12.50 m
Depth: 6.00 m
Draught: 14.54 m (Fully Laden)
Tonnage: 1983 gross/1061 net/3230 deadweight
Engines: 1 x ABC 6DZC- 4 stroke single acting 6 cylinder diesel engine
Power: 1325 kW/1801 HP
Speed: 10.5 knots
Capacity: 1 hold; 116 TEU, Grain/Bales: 3.903 m³ / 137.800 ft³
Call Sign: P3GR5, ONEJ
IMO Number: 9085455 Official Number: 710039
Port of Registry: Limassol/Cyprus, Puttershoek/The Netherland, Antwerp/Belgium
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April 1993: Keel laid.
October 22nd 1993: Launched.
January 3rd 1994: Completed.
1994 – November 1999: SPRINTER, Registered Owner; Saligot Shipping Co. Ltd., Limassol – Cyprus
© Stephen Shepheard
1994: Registered Manager; Soetermeer, Fekkes’ Cargadoorskantoor N.V., Rotterdam – The Netherlands
1999 – April 2005: FAST SAM, Registered Owner;Saligot Shipping Co. Ltd., Limassol – Cyprus
© Ken Smith
April 2005: FAST SAM. Registered Owner; J.J. de Vrij & Co. C.V., Puttershoek – The Netherlands
2017: Registered Owner; Fast Lines Belgium NV. Registered Manager; Fast Baltic Sp. z o.o. Poland
© Erwin Willemse
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