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MV Trinity – Past and Present

IMO Number: 9396452

MV Trinity

ex Nazim Bey, Namar

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Trinity – © FotoFlite (Ref 450993)

Steel single screw motor vessel built in 2007 by Karadeniz Gemi Insa San Ve Tic. A.S. (UNYE) (Yard No 04) as a General Cargo ship

Technical Data

  • Length: 80.28 m (overall) 76.7 m (between perpendiculars)
  • Breadth: 12.5 m
  • Depth: 6.1 m
  • Draught: 5.15 m
  • Tonnage: 2102 gross/1024 net/3020 t deadweight
  • Engines: (1) 4T – 6 cylinder  Caterpillar-MaK 6M25 diesel
  • Power: 1140 kW/1549 bHP
  • Speed: 13.1 knots
  • Capacity: 3.863 cbm
  • Call Sign: TCSW3, MHFE8
  • MMSI Number: 232027317
  • IMO Number: 9396452
  • Register Number: 08984S
  • Port of Registry: Istanbul/Turkey 🇹🇷, Peel/Isle of Man 🇮🇲

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History

June 1st 2006: Keel laid as NAMAR.

March 3rd 2007: Launched.

Nazim Bey

November 14th 2007: Delivered as NAZIM BEY to Namar Denizcilik ve Tasimacilik S.

© Manuel Hernández Lafuente © Manuel Hernández Lafuente © Manuel Hernández Lafuente

Nazim Bey – © Manuel Hernández Lafuente (Valencia, 08/09/2008)

Nazim Bay – © Aleksi Lindström (Rendsberg, 11/08/2009)

May 2012: Registered Owner/Manager: Namar Denizcilik Tasimacilik.

November 30th 2015: “Suffered a fire in the engine room in the Black Sea, 50 miles east of Emine. The vessel, which was en route from Constanta to Tuzla, lost power after one of the generators inflamed and fire extended to the whole machinery. The crew succeeded to start the CO2 firefighting system and completely extinguished the fire. After the fire was completely extinguished and compartment was ventilated, the ship could not proceed with own power due to damage to the diesel generator. A tug of a salvage company from Burgas towed the “Nazim Bey” to an anchorage in the Bosphorus at the Buyukdere area where she was repaired before resuming the voyage to Tuzla.”.

October 5th 2019: “While en route from Tuzla to Novorossiysk in ballast condition, suffered an engine failure off Sile. As repairs could not be completed by the crew, the tug ‘Yumurtalik‘ was appointed in order to tow the vessel to the Tuzla shipyard area. The towage commenced on Oct 6. During the transit pf the Istanbul strait, a Coastal Safety tug provided escort service for the vessel and strait traffic safety. On Oct 7 the ship berthed in Tuzla.

March 1st 2020: Renamed TRINITY

March 24th 2020: Registered Owner: Atlas Navigation Co Ltd.. Manager: Faversham Ships.

April 2020: Registered Owner/Manager: Faversham Ships.

May 27th 2022: Owner/Manager: GY9 Ltd, Norwich.

© FotoFlite (Ref 450993)

Trinity – © FotoFlite (Ref 450993)

August 2nd 2022: Arrived in Dover for engine repairs.

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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: FotoFlite, Aleksi Lindström and Manuel Hernández Lafuente for their assistance in producing this feature.

Article © Nigel Thornton and Ray Goodfellow (Dover Ferry Photos Group)

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