MV Segovia Carrier
ex Winter Sea, Zenit Sea, Winter Sea
© Henk Guddee
Steel single screw motor vessel built in 1980 by AB Gotaverken – Arendal, Gothenburg, Sweden (Yard No. 914) for Salen Koncernen, Stockholm as a Refrigerated Cargo ship
- Length: 169.22m (overall) 157.71m (between perpendiculars)
- Breadth: 25.76 m
- Depth: 15.09 m
- Draught: 10.11 m
- Tonnage: 11,690 -11,165 gross/6,203 – 6,372 net/15200 deadweight
- Engines: One 2 SA 6-cylinder B & W- Gotaverken diesel
- Power: 15293 kW/20,500 bhp
- Speed: 22.0 knots (max) 19.0 knots (laden)
- Capacity: 17,100 cu/m (240 TEU)
- Holds/Hatches: 4; 26.9/29.7/28.8/28.8 (including four side doors on each side)
- Call Sign: SGLT, C6KF2
- IMO Number: 7707877
- Official Number: 720433
- Port of Registry: Stockholm/Sweden, Oslo/Norway, Singapore, Nassau/Bahamas
- Sister-Ship: Winter Moon, Winter Star, Winter Sun, Winter Water, Winter Wave
January 1980: Delivered to Salénrederierna Ab/ Zenit Kylfinans Ab, Stockholm as WINTER SEA.
© Ken Lubi
1984: Salénrederierna Ab collapsed and the ships were taken over by the Swedish state-owned Zenit Shipping A/B before passing to Cool Carriers management.
January 1985: Sold to Zenit Dry Cargo Ab, Göteborg and renamed ZENIT SEA.
1987: Sold to Kareco Pte Ltd, Singapore (Irgens Larsen, Oslo, Norway) and renamed WINTER SEA.
© Chris Howell
© Ted Ingham (left) and © Mike Griffiths (right)
March 1989: Sold to Kvaerner Reefer A/S, Oslo, Norway.
October 1990: Sold to Nordic Oriental Shipmanagement Pte, Ltd, Singapore (B&N Skärhamn).
© Chris Howell
© Bengt-Rine Inberg
December 1999: Sold to Dobson Fleet management, Limassol, Cyprus) and renamed SEGOVIA CARRIER.
© Nigel Thornton
© Yvon Perchoc (left) and © Henk Guddee (right)
May 25th 2009: Arrived Gadani Beach, Pakistan.
June 3rd 2009: Beached and scrapping commenced.
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: Mike Griffiths, Henk Guddee, Chris Howell, Bengt-Rune Inberg, Ken Lubi and Yvon Perchoc for their assistance in producing this feature.