MV Crown Emma
ex Crown Emerald
© Erwin Willemse
Steel single screw “Crown Class” motor vessel built in 1996 by Iwagi Zosen Co., Ltd., Kamijima, Japan (Yard No SZ-164 ) as Refrigerated cargo ship
- Length: 151.99 m (overall) 141.50 m (registered)
- Breadth: 23.0 m
- Depth: 13.00 m
- Draught: 8.67 m
- Tonnage: 10519 gross/5406 net/10351t deadweight
- Engines: 1x Mitsubishi 6UEC 60LS – 2 stroke single acting 6 cylinder 600 x 2.300 mm diesel engine.
- Power: 11915 kW/HP
- Speed: 22.5 knots (max)
- Holds: 4
- Capacity: 20 x 20 ft containers, 69 reefer plugs, REF 15,508 DRY; FEU 36 REF; FEU 64; CAR x 610
- Call Sign: 9V7867, 8PLI
- IMO Number: 9128037
- Official Number: 725408
- MMSI Number: 314010000
- Port of Registry: Singapore, Bridgetown/Barbados
- Sister-Ship: Crown Garnet, Crown Jade, Crown Opal, Crown Ruby, Crown Sapphire, Crown Topaz
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September 4th 1995: Keel laid.
December 22nd 1995: Launched.
March 27th 1996: Completed as CROWN EMERALD.
© Aleksi Lindström
2013: Registered owner; Metro Cool Shipping Pte. Ltd. Registered operator; NYKCool, Stockholm. Registered manager; Wallem Shipmanagement Ltd, Hong Kong.
April 9th 2013: Early in the morning collided with unidentified tug in Bay of Columbia, Columbia, Caribbean. Holed.
September 1st 2014: Renamed CROWN EMMA. Registered manager; Holy House Shipping
© Erwin Willemse (November 2016)
June 11th 2018: Due at Dover
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