Ex SKM Brave
Aspri – © Marcus S (Cuxhaven, 28/02/2020)
Steel single screw “Kurushima 33/34BC design” motor vessel built in 2014 by Shin Kurushima Dockyard Co., Ltd. Imabari. Japan (Yard No 5756) as a Bulk Carrier
- Length: 179.99 m (overall) m (between perpendiculars)
Breadth: 28.20 m
Depth: 14.30 m
Draught: 10.10 m (Summer)
Tonnage: 21385 gross/11419 net/33371t deadweight (Summer)
Engines: 1 x 2 stroke SA 6 cylinder Mitsubishi 6UEC52LA diesel.
Power: 6250 kW/8381 bHP
Speed: 15.7 knots (Max)
Capacity: Bale: 43.118 m³/ Grain: 44.075 m³
- Call Sign: 3FCN2
MMSI Number: 351374000
- IMO Number: 9658771
- Register Number: 140449
Port of Registry: Panama City/Panama 🇵🇦
Sister Ships: Hai Nam 86 (5273), Skala (5618), Atlantic Clover (5688), SKM Ambition (5755), Glorious Earth (5760), EOS Esperance ( 5676), Chise Bulker (5780) +
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May 14th 2013: Keel laid and built as SKM BRAVE.
September 17th 2013: Launched.
January 22nd 2014: Completed ASPRI for Owner: Connecticut Shipping Inc. Manager Dalex Shipping Co. SA, Piraeus
Aspri – © Frank Behrends (Hansweert, The Netherlands, 02/10/2015)
February 26th 2022: Called at Dover
Aspri – 🆕© Dover Strait Shipping (Dover, 26/02/2022)
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