MV Autumn Stream
Ex Autumn Wind, St Lucia, Geest St Lucia
© Juan Carlos C (09/02/2018)
Steel single screw (Chiquita – Geest Danyard Countries-Islands 1991-Second Group Class) motor vessel built in 1993 by Danyard-Frederikshavn, Denmark (Yard No 720) as Refrigerated Cargo Ship.
- Length: 158.13 m (overall) 145 m (between perpendiculars)
Breadth: 24.4 m
Depth: 15.37 m
Draught: 10.02 m
Tonnage: 13077 gross/ net/13981t deadweight
Engines: (1) 2T – 7 cylinder MAN/B&W diesel
Power: 12150 kW/16508 HP
Speed: 20.3 knots
Call Sign: C6LF8
IMO Number: 9038323
Registration Number: 07639F
Port of Registry: Nassau/Bahamas
Sister-Ship: Autumn Wave
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February 12th 1993: Completed for Geest Industries, Bahamas as GEEST ST LUCIA.
January 1997: Still Geest Industries but renamed ST LUCIA.
October 2004: To DMK-Femo K/S, Bahamas (Lauritzen Fleet Management).
© Henk Guddee (Terneuzen, 04/02/2007)
November 2008: To Verde Management Corp, Bahamas and renamed AUTUMN WIND.
© Juan Carlos C (Valpairaso, 10/03/2018)
October 24th 2019: Called at Dover.
© Nigel Scutt (Dover Strait Shipping) (Dover, 24/02/2019)(Left) © Mike Jackson (Dover, 24/10/2019)(Right)
January 15th 2020: To Autumn Stream Shipping Co Ltd. Manager; Seatrade Groningen and renamed AUTUMN STREAM.
May 25th 2020: Due at Dover.
🆕 © Nigel Scutt (Dover Strait Shipping)(Dover, 25/05/2020)
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