Ex Espero, Flinter Ridhi
Espero © Willem Oldenburg (Ijmuiden, 25/07/2017)
Steel single screw motor vessel built in 2013 by Chowgule and Company PVT. Limited Mormugoa, India (Yard No C-203) as a Multi-purpose cargo ship – heavy cargo ship.
- Length: 101.15 m (overall) 96.14 m (between perpendiculars)
Breadth: 14.40 m
Depth: 8.50 m
Draught: 6.15 m
Tonnage: 3603 gross/1910 net/5500t deadweight (summer)
Engines: 1x MaK 6M25 – 4 stroke single acting 6 cylinder diesel
Power: 1980 kW/2690 bHP
Speed: 11.5 knots (service)
- Lifting equipment: 1x Gantry deck crane
Capacity: 42 x 20ft containers/6.884,7 m³ / 241.000 ft³
Call Sign: V2GK3, PCEJ
MMSI Number: 244790509
- IMO Number: 9556313
Port of Registry: St Johns/Antigua & Barbuda, Rotterdam/The Netherlands, Harlingen/The Netherlands, Groningen/The Netherlands
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June 20th 2012: Completed.
May 2012: FLINTER RIDHI for Garud B.V. Rotterdam. Manager; Flinter Management B.V. Barendrecht – The Netherlands
Flinter Ridhi © Wil Weijsters (New Waterway, 03/09/2013)
October 2016: Renamed ESPERO. Manager; JR Shipping B.V. Harlingen, The Netherlands.
Espero © Frits Olinga (Delfzijl, 17/08/2017)
December 1st 2017: Renamed LONGRUN for Longrun Shipping B.V. Manager; SDG Holding B.V.
Longrun © Martin Klingsick (Rotterdam, 20/06/2019)
November 17th 2020: Called at Dover.
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Article © Nigel Thornton and Ray Goodfellow (Dover Ferry Photos Group)