MV Symphony Space
Symphony Space © Jens Smit (River Ems near Emden, 05/03/2018)
Steel single screw ‘Ecobox’ motor vessel built in 2018 by Scheepswerf Ferus Smit B.V, The Netherlands (Yard No 422) as a General Cargo – occasional dry bulk cargo/ Container ship
- Length: 122.5 m (overall) 119.34 m (between perpendiculars)
Breadth: 17.0 m
Depth: 10.7 m
Draught: 7.82 m
Tonnage: 6749 gross/3408 net/10546t deadweight
Engines: (1) 4T – 6 cyl MAK 6M32 diesel
Power: 2999 kW/4075 bHP
Speed: 13.5 knots
Capacity: 429.000 cft hold volume
- Cranes on Deck: 2 x 85 tonnes
Call Sign: PBWA
MMSI Number: 244150516
- IMO Number: 9735232
- Register Number: 26990P
Port of Registry: Rotterdam/The Netherlands
Sister Ships: Symphony Sea, Symphony Sky, Symphony Spirit, Symphony Star, Symphony Sun
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Last ‘Ecobox’ vessel in a series of 6 that will be delivered to Symphony Shipping.
February 2nd 2018: Launched in Leer (Germany).
Symphony Space © Frits Olinga (Leer, 02/02/2018)
Symphony Space © Frits Olinga (Leer to Eemshaven, 05/03/2018)
March 12th 2018: Completed as SYMPHONY SPACE. Registered Owner: Symphony Space Ltd. Commercial Manager: Forestwave Navigation.
Symphony Space © Frits Olinga (River Ems inward bound for Emden, 11/08/2018)
March 2nd 2021: Due at Dover.
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Article © Nigel Thornton and Ray Goodfellow (Dover Ferry Photos Group)