MV Benguela Stream
© Yvon Perchoc
Steel single screw motor vessel built in 1998 by Kitanihon Shipbuilding Hachinohe, Japan (Yard No 312) as Refrigerated Cargo ship
- Length: 150 m (overall) 140.18 m (between perpendiculars)
- Breadth: 22.0 m
- Depth: 13.30 m
- Draught: 9.27 m (Summer)
- Tonnage: 9298 gross/4983 net/11016t deadweight
- Engines: 1 (2T) 8 – cylinder MAN – B & W Type 8S50MC-C
- Power: 12620 kW/17146 HP
- Speed: 22.8 knots (max)
- Capacity: 4 Holds, 126 Reefer Plugs, 535,109 cbft / 6,004 sqm / 7,068 pallets
- Call Sign: PENR
- IMO Number: 9158549
- MMSI Number: 244455000
- Port of Registry: Groningen/The Netherlands
- Sister-Ship: Timor Stream, Agulhas Steam, Klipper Stream
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February 7th 1998: Launched
April 16th 1998: Completed for Seatrade Gronigen BV. Manager Seatrade Groningin.
1998: Registered Owner; Sold to CV Shipping Company “Benguela Stream”, Rotterdam Netherland.
© Carlo Martinelli
© Peter Wearing (Dover)(left) © Brent (Right)
2006: Manager; Geest Line, Fareham. UK
© Robert Fournier
September 15th 2015: “Celebrated the start of her 100th voyage. She set sail for the Caribbean this week after a ceremony to mark the occasion at Albert Johnson Quay in Portsmouth. A celebration lunch was held aboard the Dutch-registered vessel”
2018: Port Operations moved to Dover.
February 11th 2018: Due at Dover
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