On Sunday, June 13 this year, the latest purchase of a Cypriot shipowner with Szczecin roots and Ship Management – Unibaltic was called in the Polish port for the first time. chemical tanker the vanith Moored on the Swedish pier yesterday, just before noon. Possibly a technical breakpoint before the next load command.
The ship’s first shipment was sunflower oil, loaded in Romania and delivered to a station near London in Great Britain, and from there, having unloaded on June 6-7, the ship went under ballast to a Polish port for the first time.
The Turkish shipyard handed over the ship to the Polish Cypriot ship owner with serious delays due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The ship was launched in March 2020. Originally, delivery was scheduled for June last year, then announced at the beginning of this year. In the end, the chemical tanker was officially delivered on May 11, 2021 and left the Turkish shipyard shortly thereafter.
The crew of the chemical shipper of 12 people consists mainly of Poles, but there are also three Ukrainians in rank and file.
The vessel, owned by Unibaltic Holdings Ltd. Cypriot, operated by Unibaltic Sp z oo of Szczecin.
More about the recent acquisition of Unibaltic shipping company in our previous material, which was also accompanied by a video of the launch of a chemical tanker.
Unibaltic, the shipowner in Szczecin, is building its first new ship in Turkey [VIDEO]
TV program (PortalMorski.pl)
Photo: Piotr B. Stareńczak
the vanith – Basic Features:
IMO number – 9856799
Flag State – Malta
Type statku – chemikaliowiec (MO Chemical Class II; IMO Chemical Class III)
Ship owner (owner) – Unibaltic Holdings Ltd, Cyprus
Ship Owner and Operator Management – Unibaltic Shipping Ltd, Cyprus
Technical management and staff – Unibaltic Sp. z oo, Szczecin
Registered Ship Owner – Lusitania Shipping Ltd.
stocznia – Istanbul shipyard (Istanbul Denizcilik Gemi Insa Sanayi Ve Ticaret AS), Stambuł (Tuzla), Turcja
Shipbuilding No. – 032
Commissioning – 05/11/2021
Launch – 12 March 2020 12
Crossbar mode – 12/31/2015
Request – December 2015
Total length – 118.00 m
Length between vertical – 115.20 m
Building width – 17.00 m
Project – 6.612 m
Side height – 8.50 m
Gross payload – 4997
Payload in tons – 2229
Total compensated load – 6159
Carrying capacity – 7356 tons
Loading capacity – 7785 cubic meters (at 98% of filling) (according to another source – 8100 cubic meters)
The number of cargo tanks – 14 (material – duplex 2205 stainless steel)
Total capacity of fuel tanks – 581.74 cubic meters
Total capacity of fresh water tanks – 229.78 cubic meters
Motor – single screw, fixed screw, reduction gear
Main engine power – MCR 2,999 kW (4,077 hp)
Operating speed – 14 knots
main propulsion engine – 1 x MaK 6M32C, 4-stroke, in-line, 6-cylinder; 320 x 480 mm (cylinder diameter x piston stroke); MCR 2,999 kW (4,077 hp) at 600 rpm
Generating sets – 3 x 530 kW (according to another source – 5 x 2135 kVA)
Main boiler – 2000 kW (Tube-Tec Rohrverformungstechnik GmbH)
Boiler – 1500 kW (factory – as above)
Bow Motifs – 1 x Bow
Communication equipment – GMDSS A1 + A2 + A3, Inmarsat
Navigation equipment – MC, GYRO, ECDIS, GPS, RDX, RDS, ARPA, ATA, AIS, VDR, LOG, ES, ROT, SRS, STGTEL, DSL, LRIT, BNWAS
Crew – 12 people
Lifeboat (19 seats)
Rescue boat (6 seats)
– Life rafts (1 x 6, 2 x 20 seats)
klasyfikacja – Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (NK class)
Class notation – NS * (TOB / CT II & III, PSPC-WBT, NC) (IA IS) (ESP) (IWS) (PSCM) (IHM) / MNS * CHG, MPP, LSA, RCF, M0, AFS, BWM
Ice Class – 1A
IHM – Green Passport, VRS – Steam Recovery System