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Folio #: BP191
Location: UAE

Self-discharging, self-propelled dry cargo barge ‘MV Osprey’ for sale

Build Date:
2015
Class:
Lloyds Register
LOA (m):
130
Beam (m):
27.5
Draft (m):
5.5
Depth (m):
8
DWT (t):
13,500
Hopper Capacity (m3):
6,000
Propulsion:
4x C32 ACERT @ 746 bkw
Hatch covers:
1 hold / 1 hatch

Additional Information

Osprey’ – Self-unloading barge

Class: Lloyds Register – next SS/DD July 2020.

Notation: 100A1 Persian and Arabia Coastal Service within 30 Nautical miles from shore, MCH

Built: 2015, Nantong Tongshun, China

Flag: Liberia

 

LOA: 130m, Beam: 27.52m, Depth: 8m

Max draft: 5.5m

DWT: 13,500 mts

 

Cubic capacity: 6,000m³

 

Holds / Hatches: 1 / 1

Propulsion:  4 x Caterpillar 32 ACERT @ 746 bkw

Gensets: 3 x Caterpillar 18 ACERT @ 383 kw

Accommodation: 20 crew, 17 cabins

 

Conveyor system: EMS-tech self-unloading system capable of 2,000 mtph.

The unit was designed & built by Oldendorff for iron ore transshipment operation in the UAE to shuttle between the transshipment anchorage and the discharge berth.

The self-unloading system is designed to discharge dry bulk cargoes at a rate of 2,000 MTPH via a telescopic discharge boom. The outreach of the boom is 26m from centerline @ + 13 degree in operation.

 

Asking price: on application.

Inspection and delivery: Abu Dhabi, UAE.

 

Survey report available on request.

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