MV Fri Dolphin
ex Hav Dolphin, Canum, Saar Rouen, Canum
Fri Dolphin © Simonwp (New Holland Dock, 30/08/2019)
Steel single screw motor vessel hull built in 1991 by Shipyard Begej, Zrenjanin, Serbia (Yard No 230) completed by B.V. Scheepswerf Damen Gorinchem (Yard No 8211) as a General Cargo Ship – Equipped for carriage of containers – Strengthened for heavy cargo
- Length: 88.18m (overall) 84.13 m (between perpendiculars)
- Breadth: 12.50 m
- Depth: 6.50 m
- Draught: 4.64 m
- Tonnage: 2075 gross/ 1064 net/3027t deadweight (summer)
- Engines: 1x Deutz SBV 8M 628 – 4 stroke 8 cylinder 240 x 280 mm diesel
- Power: 1500 kW/2038 bHP
- Speed: 10.0 knots
- Capacity: 154 x 20 ft containers/ Grain: 4.005 m³
- Call Sign: C6WS4
- MMSI Number: 309938000
- IMO Number: 9073880
- Port of Registry: Emden, Antigua & Barbuda, Nassau/Bahamas
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March 1st 1991: Keel laid.
October 18th 1991: Launched
December 1st 1994: Completed as CANUM for Skagerak Shipping AS.
March 1995: Renamed SAAR ROUEN
January 1996: Renamed CANUM
Canum © Aleksi Lindström (Kiel Canal, 16/07/2003)
November 2007: Renamed HAV DOLPHIN. Registered owner; Skagerak Shipping AS. Owner; Hav Ship Management, Oslo. Registered manager; HAV Ship Management NorRus AS.
Hav Dolphin © Derek Sands (Hoek Van Holland, 19/06/2013)
Hav Dolphin © Aleksi Lindström (Rendsburg, 15/06/2017)
June 2017: Renamed FRI DOLPHIN. Registered owner; Kopervik Shipping As. Registered manager; Kopervik Ship Management.
Fri Dolphin © Malcolm Cranfield (Runcorn, 23/10/2020)
November 10th 2020: Arrived at Dover to load grain for Belfast.
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