Ex JRS Auriga
Waaldijk – © F Vorholt (Kiel, 29/10/20)
Steel single screw motor vessel built in 2010 by Chowgule & Company Pvt. Ltd. Shipbuilding Division Loutulim. Goa. India (Yard No 190) as Multi-Purpose dry cargo ship.
- • Length: 89.95 m (overall) 84.94 m (between perpendiculars)
• Breadth: 14.40 m
• Depth: 7.85 m
• Draught: 6.22 m (Summer)
• Tonnage: 2984 gross/1598 net/4891t deadweight
• Engines: 1 x MaK 6M25 – 4 stroke single acting 6 cylinder diesel
• Power: 1980 kW/HP
• Speed: 11.5 knots
• Lifting Gear: 1 x Gantry crane for pontoons
• Capacity: 38 x 20ft containers/5.818 m³ / 205.471 ft³
• Call Sign: PBZA
• MMSI Number: 245726000
• IMO Number: 9514937
• DNV iD Number: G107841
• Port of Registry: Groningen/The Netherlands
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March 27th 2006: Contract date.
December 17th 2008: Keel laid. Under construction as JRS AURIGA.
October 24th 2009: Launched.
June 30th 2010: Completed.
July 7th 2010: Delivered as WAALDIJK for Registered Owner: Waaldijk B.V.. Manager: Navigia Shipmanagement B.V. Groningen. Operator: Vertom.
Waaldik – © Aleksi Lindström (Rendsberg, 10/06/2014)
2015: Registered Owner: Waaldijk II B.V..
Waaldijk – © Marcel and Ruud Coster (Ijmuiden, 14/09/2020)
May 11th 2022: Due at Dover from Poole.
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