MV Peak Dublin
Ex Nordic Fiona, Wilson Huelva, Thomas, Ivan Kudryavtsev
© Jens Smit (Rotterdam, 10/04/2019)
Steel single screw motor vessel (Project DCV33) built in 2010 by Onega Shipbuilding Yard CJSC (Yard No 204) as a Multi-purpose dry cargo ship.
- Length: 89.92 m (overall) 84.4 m (between perpendiculars)
Breadth: 14.03 m
Depth: 7.15 m
Draught: 5.812 m
Tonnage: 2997 gross/1598 net/4496.52t deadweight
Engines: Wartsila 6L26B2 diesel
Power: 1590 kW/HP
Speed: 10.5 knots
Capacity: 138 TEU (102 TEU in hold plus 36 TEU on deck), Grain/Bale capacity: 195,000 cu ft
Call Sign: 3EXM9,V2GR4
IMO Number: 9518414
Official Number: 5104
Port of Registry: Panama, Germany, St Johns/Antigua & Barbuda
Sister-Ship: Dimitry Varvarin, EMI Leader, EMI Proud, Kapitan Zhikharev, Kareliya
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February 14th 2008: Contact date.
December 30th 2008: Keel laid.
December 4th 2009: Launched as IVAN KUDRYAVTSEV.
June 1st 2010: Completed for Baltasar Shipping.
© Aleksi Lindström (St Petersburg, 03/04/2011)
May 16th 2015: Renamed THOMAS. Registered Owner; Thomas Herman Lohmann, Nyborg, Norway. Registered Manager; Lohmann Bereederungen.
© Aleksi Lindström (Rendsburg, 13/06/2015)
February 2016: Renamed WILSON HUELVA.
© Erwin Willemse (Ijmuiden, 26/03/2017)
December 2017: Renamed NORDIC FIONA.
© Simonwp (Felixstowe, 23/02/2018)
June 28th 2018: Renamed PEAK DUBLIN. Registered Manager; Peak Project Carriers AS.
October 3rd 2019: Arrived in Dover to load grain.
© Mike Jackson
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