MV Abermarle Island
Abermarle Island © Stan Muller (Antwerp, 06/09/2008)
Steel single screw motor vessel built in 1993 by Danyard, Frederikshavn, Denmark (Yard No 716) as a Refrigerated Cargo ship
- Length: 178.50m (overall) 166.70m (between perpendiculars)
- Breadth of hull: 25.20m (overall)
- Depth: 13.20m
- Draught: 9.22m (max)
- Tonnage: 14,061 gross/14,140 deadweight
- Engines: 1 x MAN-B&W/Mitsui 8S60 8 – cylinder diesel
- Power: 16320kW/22189 bhp
- Speed: 21.5 knots
- Capacity: 17,774m³/434 x 20 ft containers
- Cargo Gear: 3 x Cranes of a lifting capacity of SWL 40 t each/4x Cranes of SWL 10 t each
- Call Sign: C6LU3
MMSI Number: 308511000
- IMO Number: 9059602
Port of Registry: Nassau/Bahamas
Sister Ships: Barrington Island, Charles Island, Duncan Island, Hood Island
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October 12th 1992: Keel laid.
January 4th 1993: Launched.
July 1st 1993: Completed for Ecuadorian Line Inc. (Napaca, Naviera del Pacífico CA, Guayaquil), Nassau. as ALBEMARLE ISLAND.
Abermarle Island © Capt Jan Melchers
Abermarle Island © Simonwp (Tereuzen, 01/07/1997)
May 1st 2003: Registered owner: Berry Island Shipping Ltd. Nassau. Bahamas. Operated by Ecuadorian Line Inc. (Miami)
Abermarle Island © Robert Fournier (Dunkerque, 07/08/2011)
Abermarle Island © Aleksi Lindström (Walsoorden, NL bound for Antwerp, 02/07/2013)
March 28th 2021: Due at Dover.
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