MV Sea Shannon
Sea Shannon – © Aubrey Dale
Steel single screw motor vessel built in 1998 by Rechytsa Shipyard Rechytsa. Belarus (Hull) Damen Shipyards Bergum B.V. Bergum. The Netherlands (Completed) (Yard No 9983) as Multi-purpose general cargo ship .
- Length: 82.45 m (overall) 77.84 m (between perpendiculars)
- Breadth: 11.30 m
- Depth: m
- Draught: 4.05 m (Max)
- Tonnage: 1670 gross/834 net/2268t deadweight (Summer)
- Engines: 1 x Stork-Wärtsilä (Kromhout 6FHD240G) – 4 stroke single acting 6 cylinder diesel.
- Power: 749 kW/HP
- Speed: knots
- Capacity: 72 x 20 ft containers/ Grain / Bales: 3.088 m³ / 109.050 ft³
- Call Sign: PCEF
- MMSI Number: 245334000
- IMO Number: 9160047
- Official Number: 6427 Z G 1998
- Port of Registry: Lemmer/The Netherlands
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July 1998: Launched as JORISTIN.
May 20th 1998: Completed as SEA SHANNON for Owner/Manager: C.V. Scheepvaartonderneming Joriston Lemmer (J.J. Cramer), The Netherlands
March 2006: Registered Owner: Shannon Shipping B.V.. Manager: Amasus Shipping B.V.. Operator: Seacon.
October 2nd 2009: ” During a voyage to Glasgow, Scotland, sailing off the south coast of England, fire broke out in the cargo of 1,900 tons of grain standby by the Solent Coastguard, fire brought under control.”.
Sea Shannon – © Marcel and Ruud Coster (Ijmuiden, 11/03/2017)
Sea Shannon – © Erwin Willemse (Ijmuiden, 31/10/2020)
Sea Shannon – © Bob Scott (Gravesend (UK), 02/02/2022)
April 21st 2022: Due at Dover from Northfleet (UK).
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