MV Eems Dublin
Ex Abis Dublin
Eems Dublin © Erwin Willemse (Velsen-Zuid, 26/05/2019)
Steel twin screw “VG6000-E” series motor vessel built in 2012 by Hull by Partner Stocznia Sp.z.o.o Szczecin (POL (Yard No, 107) comp. by Shipkits BV.Harlingen (NLD)( Yard no, 107 ) as a Multi-purpose dry cargo ship
- Length: 107.95 m (overall) 99.67 m (between perpendiculars)
Breadth: 16 m
Depth: 9.3 m
Draught: 6.45 m
Tonnage: 5198 gross/1997 net/6000t deadweight
Engines: Mak Motoren GmbH & Company KG; MAK 8M20C diesel electric.
Power: 2890 kW/3926 bHP
Speed: 12 knots
Capacity: Total capacity (one hold) 8.390 m3 , Cargo load (steel tank top) 15.00 t/m2, Container capacities; In hold: 128 Pc, On hatches 138 Pc, Total 266 Pc
Call Sign: PCKG
MMSI Number: 246788000
- IMO Number: 9613642
- Register Number: 19882N
Port of Registry: Harlingen/The Netherlands, Delfzijl/The Netherlnds
Sister Ships: Abis Dover, Jaguar
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Abis Dublin © Aleksi Lindström (Kiel Canal on a voyage from Gdansk, Poland to Groningen, 08/07/2012)
Abis Dublin © Frits Olinga (Fitting out at Harlingen, 26/08/2012)
Abis Dublin © Frits Olinga (Fitting out at Harlingen, 24/11/2012)
December 14th 2012: Completed.
“The VG 6000-E provides a highly versatile means of transport for a wide and diverse range of special cargos and is capable of off-loading offshore and can act as a platform for a variety of offshore activities. The VG 6000-E is a twin screw, diesel electric driven, multi purpose special cargo vessel with two separate engine rooms aft. The ship is designed to sail as an open top vessel with the accommodation and wheelhouse situated on the forecastle deck and one boxshaped cargo hold equipped with tween deck panels for the transportation of special cargo and voluminous goods, as well as 20’and 40’containers.”.
December 17th 2012; Delivered to Abis Dublin BV. Registered manager; Abis Shipping as ABIS DUBLIN.
Abis Dublin © Frits Olinga (River Eems inward bound for Delfzijl, 01/09/2013)
November 30th 2016: Sold
January 1st 2017: Registered owner; Eems Dublin BV. Registered manager; Amasus Support BV and renamed EEMS DUBLIN.
Eems Dublin © Erwin Willemse (Velsen-Zuid 16/03/2017)
March 4th 2020: Used to transfer 70 metre long wind turbine blades to Dunkerque-Port pending their deployment to wind farms in northern France.
February 5th 2021: Arrived in Dover from Casablanca (via La Coruna).
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