Cargo VesselsPast and Present

MV Baltic Jasmine – Past and Present

MV Baltic Jasmine

ex Wild Osprey, Wild Jasmine

© Juergen Braker

© Juergen Braker

Steel single screw motor vessel built in 1998 by Iwagi Zosen, Japan (Yard No S-Z175) as a Refrigerated Cargo ship

Technical Data

  • Length: 149.92m (overall) 137.80m (between perpendiculars)
  • Breadth of hull: 22.10m (overall)
  • Depth: 12.0m
  • Draught: 8.72m
  • Tonnage: 9,859 gross/5,124 net/10,114 deadweight
  • Engines: Mitsubishi &UEC50LSII diesel
  • Power:
  • Speed: 20.0 knots
  • Capacity: 499.838 Cbft/ 5,749.0 Sqm
  • Holds: 4 cargo holds/8 temp. zones for refrigerated cargo
  • Call Sign: D5CY5
  • IMO Number: 9181156
  • MMSI Number: 636015811
  • Registry: Liberia, Germany, Monrovia/Liberia


Location Data


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History

February 10th 1998: Keel laid.

August 2nd 1998: Completed as WILD JASMINE.

© Mikael Soderholm  © Mikael Soderholm

© Mikael Soderholm

© Marc Piché  © Marc Piché

© Marc Piché

2012: Registered Owner; Wild Osprey Inc. Registered Manager; Roswell Navigation Corp. Renamed WILD OSPREY.

2013: Registered Owner and Manager; Ost-West-Handel Und Schiffahrt, Bremen. Renamed BALTIC JASMINE.

 


All information is believed to be correct and no responsibility is accepted for any errors or omissions found. All items included in this article are subject to © copyright. We would like to take this opportunity of thanking: Juergen Braker, Marc Piché and Mikael Soderholm for their assistance in compiling this feature.

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

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