MV SVS Vega
SVS Vega © Stan Muller (Antwerp, 16/08/2016)
Steel single screw motor vessel built in 1996 by in 1996 by Sentierul Naval Galati SA Galati Romania /Completed by Scheepswerft Damen BV Hoogezand Netherland (Yard No 892) as a Multi-Purpose/General Cargo ship.
- Length: 90.67 m (overall) m (between perpendiculars)
Breadth: 15.80 m
Draught: 4.63 m
Tonnage: 2658 gross/1216 net/3274 deadweight
Engines: 1 x Wärtsilä 8R32E diesel
Speed: 10.5 knots
Capacity: 140.000 cbft, Reefer Plugs; 20 (on deck), TEU; 266
Call Sign: ESEG, J8B5065
IMO Number: 9103788
Port of Registry: Tallin/Estonia, Isle of Man, Cyprus, St Vincent Grenadines
Sister-Ship: Dirhami, Kurkse, Muuga, Virtsu
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1996: Built as KALANA for Estonian Shipping Co Ltd, Tallin, Estonia.
© Simonwp (Kiel, 01/11/1997)
June 23th 2003: Registered owner; Tschudi Ship Management AS
© Aleksi Lindström (Kiel, 17/07/2003)
© Tim Becker (Kiel, 12/06/2006)
September 29th 2011: Registered owner; Kalana Maritime Co Ltd
© Aleksi Lindström (Rendsburg, 05/08/2011)
April 16th 2014: Renamed SVS VEGA. Registered owner; Yaroship ltd (Care of Con Sea Navigation Ltd), Manager; Lumar SA
© Stan Muller (Antwerp, 16/08/2016)
July 1st 2018: Ship manager; Com Sea Navigation Ltd
October 29th 2019: Arrived in Dover
© Mike Jackson (Dover, 29/10/2019)
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