MV Wilson Dordrecht
Ex Kine, Countess Julia, Svenja
Wilson Dordrecht © Tim Becker (Lübeck Lehmannkai 3, 19/05/2020)
Steel single screw motor vessel built in 1996 by Slovenske Lodenice A.S. Rolnickej Skoly 1519. 945 25 Komarno. Slovak Republic (Yard No 1710) as a General Cargo ship
- Length: 88.47 m (overall) 84.96 m (registered)
Breadth: 11.35 m
Depth: 6.40 m
Draught: 4.93 m (summer)
Tonnage: 2061 gross/1161 net/3000t deadweight
Engines: 1 x Deutz SBV 6 M 628 – 4 stroke 6 cylinder diesel
Speed: 10.5 knots
Capacity: 118 x 50 ft containers/ Grain: 4.167,7 m³ / 147.077 ft³
Call Sign: C6WT4, 8PAR2
MMSI Number: 314474000
- IMO Number: 9145140
- DNV Gl id Number: G90976
- Official Number: 733743
Port of Registry: Germany, Nassau/Bahamas, Bridgetown/Barbados
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September 8th 1995: Keel laid.
March 23rd 1996: Launched.
May 25th 1996: Completed as SVENJA for Krey Schiffahrts GmbH & Co. MS “Svenja” KG. Manager; Southwind Shipping.
September 1st 2005: Renamed COUNTESS JULIA for Grafin Julia KG.
Countess Julia © Wil Weijsters (Kiel Canal, 08/06/2006)
November 1st 2007: Renamed KINE. Registered owner; Vaagebulk IV Ks, Bergen. Registered manager; Vaage Ship Management A/S, Bergen. Operator; Wagle Chartering A/S.
Kine © Aleksi Lindström (Kiel Canal, 07/08/2011)
Kine © Frits Olinga (Delfzijl for Stavanger, 02/11/2016)
January 1st 2019: Renamed WILSON DORDRECHT for Wilson Shipowning A/S. Bergen. Registered manager; Wilson Ship Management A/S, Bergen.
Wilson Dordrecht © Willem Oldenburg (North Sea Canal, 14/02/2019)
March 8th 2021: Arrived at Dover.
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