MV Lady Rose
Lady Rose – © John Mavin (Dover, 23/03/2009)
Steel single screw motor vessel built in 2007 by Kitanihon Shipbuilding Co., Ltd (Yard No 373) as a Refrigerated Cargo Ship
- Length: 143.0 m (overall) 113.0 m (between perpendiculars)
Depth: 13.40 m
Draught: 9.016 m (Summer max)
Tonnage: 9576 gross/5562 net/10630t deadweight.
Engines: 2 SA 8–cylinder Akasaka diesels
Power: 11560 kW/HP
Speed: 22.3 knots (max trial)
Capacity: B 15,652.00 REF 15,652 DRY; TEU 176 FEU 100 REF; FEU 100 CAR x 416
Call Sign: 3EML2
MMSI Number: 357993000
- IMO Number: 9355032
- Official Number: 33073-07-B
Port of Registry: Panama
Sister Ships: Lady Rosebud, Lady Rosemary, Lady Rosebay
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December 13th 2006: Keel laid.
May 30th 2007: Launched.
September 6th 2007: Completed as KITANIHON 373.
2008: Registered Owner: Mi-Das Line S.A. Registered Manager: Doun Kisen Co., Ltd.
© Nigel Thornton (Dover, 18/02/2008)
© John Mavin (Dover, 14/07/2009)
December 3rd 2009: ISM Manager; Shonan Ship Management Co Ltd.
October 3rd 2012: ISM Manager; Deepsea Navigation PVT Ltd.
June 14th 2016: ISM Manager; Apex Ship Management PTP Ltd.
March 16th 2020: Called at Dover.
© Nigel Scutt (Dover Strait Shipping, Facebook)
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