MV Wilson Farsund
Wilson Farsund ©Aleksi Lindström (Rendsberg, 10/07/2012)
Steel single screw motor vessel built in 2012 by Shandong Baibuting Shipbuilding Co. Ltd , Rongcheng. China (Yard No BBT001) as a Multi-purpose dry cargo ship – Strengthened for heavy cargo
- Length:97m (overall) 84.93 m (between perpendiculars)
Breadth: 15.40m (moulded)
Depth: 7.60 m
Draught: 5.68 m (winter)
Tonnage: 3561 gross/1590 net/4380t deadweight (winter)
Engines: 1x Wärtsilä 6L26B2 – 4 stroke 6 cylinder diesel engine
Power: 2040 kW/HP
Speed: 11.5 knots
Capacity: Grain & Bale: 5.684 m³ / 200.716 ft³/ Hold capacity with bulkheads in storage positions: 5.509 m³
- Call Sign: 8PAE7
- IMO Number: 9491733
- Official Number: 733640
- GNV GL id Number: G115092
Port of Registry:Bridgetown/Barbados
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December 18th 2007: Contract date.
December 22nd 2008: Keel laid.
December 25th 2010: Launched.
March 20th 2012: Completed. Registered owner; Wilson Shipowning AS. Registered manager; Wilson Ship Management AS, Bergen.
Wilson Farsund © Aeksi Lindström (Rendsberg, 10/07/2012)
Wilson Farsund © Willem Oldenburg (Ijmuiden, 10/11/2014)
December 16th 2020: Due at Dover
🆕 © Nigel Scutt (Dover Strait Shipping)
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