MV Star First
© Federica Bolognini
Steel single screw motor vessel built in 2006 by Shikoku Dockyard Co Ltd, Takamatsu (Yard No 1030) for Southern Route Maritime as a refrigerated cargo/vehicle ship
- Length :162.50m (overall), 151.490 (registered), 150.00m (moulded)
- Breadth: 26m (extreme)
- Draught: 10.619m
- Tonnage: 14,030 gross (International)/6,724 net (International)/13,202 deadweight (summer on 9.70m draught)
- Engines: 2 SA 7-cylinder Mitsui Engineering (Tamano Works) diesels.
- Power: 15820kW (11473)
- Speed: 22 knots max banana laden 0n 7.5m draught.
- Holds/Hatches: 4/4
- Temperature compartments/zones: 8
- Reefer plugs: 200 (on deck)
- Capacity: (m3) B17,463 Dry; TEU-436 FEU-276 REF; TEU-200; Car 551
- Call Sign: 3EEZ6, 9V9359
- IMO number: 9330056
- MMSI Number: 636016511
- Registered: Panama, Singapore
- Sister Ships: Star Best, Star Care, Star Endeavour, Star Leader, Star Pride, Star Prima, Star Quality, Star Standard, Star Service, Star Stratos, Star Trust
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2004: Originally ordered as SHIKOKU and to be managed by Star Reefers.
October 1st 2006: Keel laid.
December 20th 2005: Launched under the management of Nissen Kauin, Japan.
March 31st 2006: Completed for Southern Route Management, Panama.
© Henk Guddee
July 2006: Registered Owner; Nissen Kaiun/Southern Route.
© Ray Goodfellow
© Aleksi Lindström (both)
2014: Registered Manager; Bright Star Management, Shipmanagement. Philippines
🆕 Star First – © Willem Oldenburg (Ijmuiden, 23/10/2019)
All information is believed to be correct and no responsibility is accepted for any errors or omissions found. All items included in this article are subject to © copyright. We would like to take this opportunity of thanking: Federico Bolognini, Ray Goodfellow, Henk Guddee, Aleksi Lindström and Willem Oldenburg for their assistance in compiling this feature.