Moseldijk (Ipswich, 18/12/2020)
Steel single screw motor vessel built in 2009 by Chowgule & Company Pvt. Ltd. Shipbuilding Division Loutulim Goa. India (Yard No C186) as a Multi-purpose dry cargo ship – Strengthened for heavy cargo ship
- Length: 89.85 m (overall) 84.94 m (between perpendiculars)
Breadth: 14.40 m
Depth: 7.85 m
Draught: 5.80 m
Tonnage: 2967 gross/1691 net/4927t deadweight (summer)
Engines: 1 x Mak 6M25 – 4 stroke single acting 6 cylinder diesel
Power: 1980 kW/HP
Speed: 11.5 knots
Capacity: 30 x 20 ft containers/ Grain: 5.818 m³ / 205.463 ft³
Call Sign: PBWK
MMSI Number: 246644000
- IMO Number: 9377913
Port of Registry: Gibraltar, Groningen/The Netherlands
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August 16th 2007: Keel laid.
February 10th 2009: Launched as “RHODANUS”
December 9th 2009: Completed as MOSELDIJK for Moseldijk B.V., then Shipcom Bereederings G.m.b.H..
June 18th 2010: Registered owner; Beheermaastschappij MS “Moseldijk” B.V.. Registered manager; Navigia Shipmanagement B.V.
Moseldjik © Aleksi Lindström (Kiel Canal, 28/06/2012)
Moseldjik © Erwin Willemse (Ijmuiden 20/11/2015)
February 17th 2021: Arrived in Dover.
Moseldijk © Nigel Scutt (Dover Strait Shipping) (Dover, 18/02/2021)
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