Ex Hoo Marlin
© Simonwp (06/04/1986)
Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 1986 by Yorkshire Dry Dock Co Ltd(Yard No 0293) for as a General Cargo ship.
- Length: 58.27 m (overall)54.7 m (between perpendiculars)
- Breadth: 9.4 m
- Depth: 4.75 m
- Draught: 3.89 m
- Tonnage: 794 gross/552 net/1412t deadweight
- Engines: (2) 4T – 6 cylinder Cummins diesels
- Propelling System: 2 Azimuth Truster Solid
- Power: 544 kW/740 HP
- Speed: 8 knots
- Capacity: 62,400 ft3 / 1766 m3
- Call Sign: GGCA
- IMO Number: 8510295
- Official Number: 709792
- Port of Registry: London/United Kingdom,
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April 21st 1986: Completed as HOO MARLIN for Jacobs and Partners Ltd. Managed by R Langthorne & Co., Ltd
© Ken Smith
December 2006: Renamed MARTIN for River Bulk Shipping.
© Ken Smith (16/10/2008)
2010: Registered Owner; Braken Aircraft Ltd. Registered Manager; Armac Shipping Services Ltd.
© Patrick Hill (19/11/2011)
© Aleksi Lindström (20/06/2013)
© Willem Oldenburg (27/08/203)
Arriving at the Port of Calais 08/04/14 © Julien Carpentier
2015: Registered Owner; Angel Shipping Ltd. Registered Manager; Absolute Shipping
© Erwin Willemse
July 2nd – July 3rd 2015: Called at Dover to load grain
© Nigel Scutt
All information is believed to be correct and no responsibility is accepted for any errors or omissions. All items included in this article are subject to © copyright. We would like to take this opportunity of thanking: Patrick Hill, Aleksi Lindström,Willem Oldenburg, Nigel Scutt (Dover-Marina), Ken Smith, Erwin Willemse, Julien Carpentier and Simonwp for their assistance in producing this feature.