MV Comoros Stream
Comoros Stream – © David Pratt (Tauranga, 17/09/2009)
Steel single screw motor vessel “Seatrade Maxi Stream 2000” built in 2000 by Kitanihon Shipbuilding, Hachinohe, Japan (Yard No 317) as a Refrigerated Cargo Vessel.
- Length: 155 m (overall) 145.09 m (between perpendiculars)
Breadth: 24 m
Depth: 13.81 m
Draught: 10.11 m
Tonnage: 11382 gross/6408 net/11382t deadweight
Engines: 1 x Hitachi B&W 8S50MC-C – 2 stroke single acting 8 cylinder
Power: 12621 kW/17148 bHP
Speed: 22.7 knots
Capacity: 4 x holds, 580,754 Cu Ft
Call Sign: PBBW, A8IP4
IMO Number: 9167801
Register Number: 009789K
Port of Registry: Groningen/The Netherlands, Germany, Monrovia/Liberia
Sister-Ship: Equator Stream
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May 8th 2000: Completed.
2000: Owner; Comoros Stream. Registered Manager; Seatrade Groningen B.V., Groningen – The Netherlands.
Comoros Stream – © Simonwp (Terneuzen, 01/08/2001)
2006: Owner; Comoros Stream Schiffahrts. Manager; Triton Schiffahrts GmbH. Operator; Seatrade Reefer Chartering N.V.
Comoros Stream – © Henk Guddee (Terneuzen, 18/07/2007)
December 27th 2019: Called at Dover.
Comoros Stream – © Nigel Scutt (Dover Strait Shipping, Facebook)
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