MV Cool Eagle
Cool Eagle – © Dover Strait Shipping
“Steel single screw (880,000 cf type) motor vessel built in 2021 by Shikoku Dockyard Co. Ltd. Japan (Yard No 1152) as a Refrigerated Cargo Ship”.
- Length: 189.90 m (overall) 179.65 m (between perpendiculars)
Breadth: 30.70 m
Depth: 15.50 m
Draught: 10.231 m (Summer)
Tonnage: 22452 gross/9657 net/23169t deadweight
Engines: 2 SA 7 – cylinder MAN (Mitsui) diesel
Power: 18760 kW/HP
Capacity: B 25,625.10 REF 25,626 DRY; TEU 607 FEU 400 CAR x 799/ 25625.1 m3/880,000ft3
Call Sign: H9PJ
MMSI Number: 356639000
- IMO Number: 9889801
- Official Number 533350-KJ
Port of Registry: Panama City/Panama
Sister Ships: Cool Explorer (1151), Cool Express (1150) + 3
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“The third of six vessels, for Stockholm-based Cool Carriers an associate of the Russian company Baltic Reefers, in its E-class series that are the largest capacity reefer vessels ever built ”.
December 28th 2015: Keel laid.
September 9th 2020: Launched.
Cool Eagle – Shikoku Dockyard Co. Ltd.
February 25th 2021: Completed. Registered Owner; Southern Route Maritime, S.A. Registered Manager; Nissan Kaiun Co., Ltd
April 22nd 2021: Making her “Maiden” fruit voyage to Europe and due at Dover.
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