MV Arklow Vale
Arklow Vale – © Barry Graham (Ellesmere Port, 01/05/2017)
Steel single screw “Eco Trader 5150” motor vessel built in 2015 by Bodewes Scheepswerven, The Netherlands (Yard No 721) as a General cargo ship-heavy cargo.
- Length: 86.93 m (overall) 84.98 m (between perpendiculars)
Breadth: 15 m
Depth: 7.17 m
Draught: 6.35 m
Tonnage: 2999 gross/1731 net/5157t deadweight
Engines: (1) 4T – 6 cyl MaK 6M25C diesel
Power: 1740 kW/2364 bHP
Speed: 12.5 knots
Capacity: 221.000 cu ft
Call Sign: PCZV
MMSI Number: 244750645 (appears incorrect?)
- IMO Number: 9772527
- Bureau Veritas Number: 27825W
Port of Registry: Rotterdam/The Netherlands
Sister Ships: Arklow Valiant (722), Arklow Valley (723), Arklow Valour (724)
Current AIS Location
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First ship in a series of 5 ships plus another 5 in option.
Arklow Vale – © Frits Olinga (Hoogezand, 10/09/2015)
September 18th 2015: Launched hitting the opposite quay, damaging her port bow and the concrete structure.
Arklow Vale – © Frits Olinga (Hoogezand to Delfzijl, 09/11/2015)
November 13th 2015: Completed. Registered Owner; Avoca Shipping BV (Care of Arklow Shipping Nederland BV). Manager; Arklow Shipping, The Netherland.
Arklow Vale – © Frits Olinga (Delfzijl for Ghent, 14/11/2015)
Arklow Vale – © Willem Oldenburg (Ijmuiden, 11/08/2017)
July 14th 2021: Called at Dover.
Arklow Vale – 🆕 © Dover Strait Shipping
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