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Cargo Vessel KATERINA

3.50 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

MV ‘KATERINA’ EX ‘ATIU’ – UNION OF COMOROS FLAG
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FULLY BOX /OPEN HATCH / DOUBLE HULL
MULTIPURPOSE GEN CARGO /FITTED FOR
CARRIAGE OF CONTAINERS
BLT DEC 1990, AUSTRALIAN SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRIES
UKRAINIAN SHIP REGISTER (PREVIOUSLY GL)
NEXT DD DUE 19 MAR 2015
NEXT SS DUE 19 MAR 2017
DWT/DWCC 3788/3400 MT ON 5.59M SW DRAFT
GT/NT 3113/1318
LOA/LBP 92.7/83.96 M
BM / DM 15.10/7.7 M
1 HOLD CONVERTIBLE TO 4 HOLDS
(TWEEN DECK PANTOONS CAN BE USED FOR
VERTICAL HOLD SEPARATION)
HOLD CAPACITY (WITH T/D) 4418 CBM/156,000 CBF
(W/O T/D)  4839 CBM/170,888 CBF
MCGREGOR TYPE HATCHCOVERS
TEU INTAKE 270 INC 96 INHOLD
40 REEFER POINTS
CO2, APPX B FTTD
GEARED 2 CRANES 35 MT EACH
M/E MAN/B&W 6 S 26 MC – 2180 kW
BOWTHRUSTER FITTED 360 KW
ABT 9 KN

 

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2 reviews for Cargo Vessel KATERINA

  1. 5 out of 5

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    superb!!!

  2. 2 out of 5

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    If you have some time to spare, the newest Red Mill is right ascors the street from the Ballard Locks. They just took over the Totem House building, which was a local fish & chips shack for decades. Apparently they’re doing the regular burger menu there, plus fish & chips. It’s not exactly right on your way, but it wouldn’t be that hard to find with a Seattle street map or a GPS (basically, you would take the N. 45th Street exit from I-5 and go west as it meanders and turns into N. 46th Street, then NW Market Street, then NW 54th Street). The locks are where the freshwater ship canal (which flows out of Lake Washington, through Lake Union) meets the salt water of the Sound. It’s kind of an engineering marvel they raise and lower boats just through gravity and natural water flow, without using pumps. There’s also a fish ladder for the salmon, with underwater viewing windows. If you find you have an extra hour or so, you could get your Red Mill fan his fix, and see another Seattle landmark.

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