Bulk Cargo VesselPast and Present

MV Almar – Past and Present

IMO Number: 9572070

MV Almar

Ex Veronique D

Veronique D – ©  Dover Strait Shipping (Dover, 22/09/2021)

Steel single screw “ KHI Supramax” motor vessel built in 2012 by Nantong Cosco Khi (Kawasaki Heavy Industries) Ship Engineering Co., Ltd (Yard No NE087) as a Geared Singledeck Bulk Carrier

Technical Data

  • Length: 197.0 m (overall) m (between perpendiculars)
    Breadth: 32.260 m
    Depth: 18.10 m
    Draught: 12.676 m (Summer)
    Tonnage: 33139 gross/19125 net/58698t deadweight
    Engines: MAN-B&W/Dalian’ 6 cylinder ( 6S50MC-C ) diesel
    Power: 8630 kW/HP
    Speed: 13.0 knots (Service)
    Capacity: 73,680 m3 (2,601,964 ft3)
    Call Sign: V7WJ3
    MMSI Number:
  • IMO Number: 9572070
  • Official Number: 4314 
    Port of Registry: Majuro/Marshall Islands
  • Sister Ship: Anjelique D

Current AIS Location

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December 8th 2010: Keel laid.

December 13th 2011: Launched as VERONIQUE D for Veronique Shipping Inc. Manager: Densan Deniz Nakliyat Ve SaN

January 6th 2012: Completed.


Veronique D – ©  Manuel Hernández Lafuente (Valencia Port, 05/06/2013)

December 19th 2018: Sold to Registered Owner: Almar Shipping Inc. for $ 16 million and renamed ALMAR. Manager: Z & G Halcoussis Co., Ltd

September 17th 2021: Due at Dover from Antwerp, but anchored in “The Downs”.

September 22nd 2021: Due at Dover.

Almar – 🆕 © Mike Jackson (Courtesy of Dover Strait Shipping)

Almar – © Dover Strait Shipping (Dover 22/09/2021)

October 1st 2021: Left Dover, owing to impending bad weather, and anchored in the “The Downs”.

October 5th 2021: Returned to Dover.

October 13th 2021: Left Dover.

All information is believed to be correct and no responsibility is accepted for any errors or omissions. All items included in this article are subject to © copyright. We would like to take this opportunity of thanking: Dover Strait Shipping and Manuel Hernández Lafuente for their assistance in producing this feature.

Article © Nigel Thornton and Ray Goodfellow (Dover Ferry Photos Group)


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