MV Arklow Cloud
© Willem Oldenburg (Ijmuiden, 21/04/2021)
Steel single screw “C” class motor vessel built in 2022 by Scheepswerf Ferus Smit BV, Westerbroek, Netherlands (Yard No 430) as General Cargo ship for Arklow Shipping, Ireland.
- • Length: 87.4 m (overall) 84.99 m (between perpendiculars)
• Breadth: 14.99 m
• Depth: 7.12 m
• Draught: 6.26 m
• Tonnage: 2999 gross/1692 net/4990t deadweight
• Engines: (1) 4T – 6 cylinder MaK 6M25 diesel
• Power: 1740 kW/2364 HP
• Speed: 12 knots
• Capacity: 6105.80 m³
• Call Sign: EIZJ9
• IMO Number: 9757149
• MMSI Number: 250006549
• Register Number: 29102K
• Port of Registry: Arklow/Ireland 🇮🇪
• Sister-Ships: Arklow Cadet (424), Arklow Castle (426), Arklow Cape (425), Arklow Clan (427), Arklow Cliff (428), Arklow Coast (431), Arklow Cove (432 ), Arklow Clipper (429)
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© Frits Olinga (Delfzijl, 29/11/2021)
December 17th 2021: Launched.
© Frits Olinga (Delfzijl, 17/12/2021)
January 24th 2022: Towed from Delfzijl to Eemshaven.
© Frits Olinga (24/01/2021)
January 25th 2022: Trials.
© Frits Olinga (Eemshaven 25/01/2022)
January 28th 2022: Completed as ARKLOW CLOUD for Cahore Shipping Ltd. Manager: Arklow Shipping ULC. North Quay, Arklow. Co Wicklow.Ireland.
© Marcel and Ruud Coster (Ijmuiden, 22/04/2022)
August 12th 2022: Went “technical” at Tilbury.
October 10th 2022: Called at Dover.
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