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mt. LISTER

Since 1997, the company has acted as the exclusive broker for the Admiralty Marshal, Supreme Court, Gibraltar. The following vessel(s) are currently the subject of Court Sale in Gibraltar and as such are officially for sale under the terms and conditions of the Admiralty Marshal (see below).

Offers to be received by: Tuesday 14th July 2009

Vessel Specifications
Vessel Name mt. LISTER
Year Built 1982
Dead Weight 8,388 tns
Yard Valmet Oy, Finland
Flag Malta
Description

The vessel was built in 1982 at Valmet AB, Helsinki, Finland to Det Norske Veritas Class requirements. The vessel is an Oil/Chemical Tanker (type I & III), single decker type with raised forecastle and poop deck, raked stem, bulbous bow, transom stern, and single controllable pitch propeller driven by a medium speed diesel engine. The propulsion machinery and all living accommodation including navigation bridge are located aft.

The vessel's living accommodation superstructure is vibrationally isolated from the vessel's structure by means of forty (40) Rheinhold & Mahla GmbH elastically supporting elements, type KM II, each with a capacity of 10 mt.

The vessel is single hulled, apart from in way of the bottom area, where there are double bottom tanks between the collision and aft bulkheads. There is also a ballast pump room located on the fwd side of the accommodation.

The vessel has twenty-two (22) cargo/slop tanks, which includes two (2) deck tanks. The cargo tanks are divided into the wing tanks (p & s) and centre tanks, by two rows of longitudinal bulkheads.

The vessel's cargo tanks consist of twelve (12) cargo wing tanks Nos.1, 2, 4, 5, 6 & 7 (p & s) cargo tanks, which are coated with Zinc Silicate (for IMO III class cargoes), apart from No.5 (p & s), which are believed to be epoxy coated, and six (6) centre cargo tanks Nos.1 - 6 (c) of AISI 316 LS stainless steel (for IMO I class cargoes).

There are four (4) dedicated slop tanks, two of these are located on the aft part of the cargo area, and these are Zinc Silicate coated. There are also the two deck slop tanks which are made of AISI 316 LS stainless steel.

All cargo tanks may be used as slop tanks, and all slop tanks can also be used as cargo tanks.. The slop tanks on the aft part of the cargo area are used for cargo tank washing operations. All washing residues can be stored in these tanks or in the deck slop tanks.

The vessel is provided with two steam operated deck heat exchangers for cargo tank heating. The cargo tanks/slop tanks are fitted with heating coils of AISI 316 LS stainless steel. Heating medium is by thermo-oil. The heating system can maintain a temperature of 90°C in the centre tanks and 60°C in the wing tanks in heavy Northern Baltic winter conditions. There is also an independent heating system for vent mast risers and vapour return line.

Each cargo tank is fitted with visual and audible high level alarms at 95% and 98% respectively. There is an automatic high level shut-off.

Each cargo centre tank is fitted with one hydraulically driven Frank Mohn deepwell pump, type SDS-5-5A 310 B80, with a capacity of 120 m³/h at working pressure of 10 bar. All these tanks have a suction well, one pipeline and manifold each.

Each of the twelve wing tanks are fitted with one hydraulically driven Frank Mohn deepwell pump, type SVS-4-4A 202 H 28/250, with a capacity of 60 m³/h at working pressure of 10 bar. Wing tanks' pairs have common pipelines and manifolds each (except Nos.6 (port & stbd) which have separate pipelines and manifolds).

The vessel is equipped with a port and stbd loading and discharge manifold (16 lines on each side, 100 mm diam.). It is possible to unload the whole cargo through one manifold by using cross-over lines. Cargo loading and unloading is operated mainly from the Cargo Control Room, which is located within the accommodation superstructure.

The vessel has five (5) manifold reducers onboard, 100 mm x 150 mm, 100 mm x 200 mm, 150 mm x 200 mm, 200 mm x 250 mm, and 200 mm x 300 mm.

The vessel is equipped with one slop drain pump Frank Mohn type PH3 (capacity 15 m³/h at working pressure of 10 bar) for emptying or filling deck slop tanks (by flexible hose) and for pipeline draining.

The two slop tanks located on the aft part of the No.6 (c) cargo tank (separated by cofferdam), are each fitted with one hydraulically driven Frank Mohn deepwell pump, type SDS-5, with a capacity of 100 m³/h at working pressure of 10 bar.

In the event that a deepwell pump fails, a portable hydraulically driven Frank Mohn pump, type TK4, can be used.

For the stripping of cargo tanks, the stripping line is installed to the pump. For stripping, the main cargo valve (non-return valve closed by pump's deck flange) is closed and cargo stripping valve is opened (operated on deck). Compressed air or Nitrogen can be used for blowing the pumps. The ship is fitted with Nitrogen bottles and pipelines for this purpose (20 bottles 50 l/200 bar).

There are nineteen (19) segregated water ballast tanks (Fore Peak, Deep Tanks (p & s), Nos.3 (p & s) wing water ballast tanks, Nos.8 (p & s) wing water ballast/fresh water washing tanks, Nos.1 (p & s), 2, 3 (p & s), 4, 5 (p & s), 6, 7 (p & s) double bottom tanks and Aft Peak), and which are epoxy coated. The Fore Peak, Aft Peak, Deep Tanks (p & s), Nos.3 (p & s) wing water ballast tanks, Nos.8 (p & s) wing water ballast/fresh water washing tanks have heating coils installed.

The only connection between cargo and ballast tanks is through a removable pipeline with two non-return valves to main slop tank.

The ballast system is divided into two entirely separated parts. The Fore Peak and Deep Tanks (p & s) are filled/emptied by the hydraulically driven Frank Mohn ballast pump, type VH200/150 (capacity 400 m³/h at pressure of 2 bar). Rest of the ballast tanks are filled/emptied by two Frank Mohn ballast pumps, type VH 200/250-35M.80AIC20, with capacity 400 m³/h at pressure of 2 bar, located within the ballast pump room.

The cargo tanks and slop tanks are each equipped with an independent vent line to vent riser tower sited on the centre line approximately mid-length of the cargo area. The vent lines are made of stainless steel and are fitted with individual Pres-Vac Engineering, type HS2 automatic high velocity pressure/vacuum relief valves. Each vent line is fitted with an individual vapour return line to shore for use when operating a "closed" loading system.

The vessel is fitted and equipped with different arrangements for forced ventilation of the cargo tanks;

(a) The cargo tank ventilation is provided by portable fans, four Frank Mohn type PFC 300 portable hydraulic driven fans with capacity of 6,500 m3/h.

(b) The ventilation is provided by four Dasic Jetfan type 125 water driven dual purpose fan, with capacity of 12,500 m3/h.

(c) In addition to the above mentioned methods, the cargo tank ventilation can be provided by two inert gas blowers Roots type, with capacity of 600 m3/h and inert gas piping system.

Tank washing facilities are provided by a fixed system consisting of one permanently fixed tank washing machine, Tofte & Jorgensen (Toftejorg), type TZ 67 MPX/(T-67 SS-XP), in each cargo/slop tank on the aft part of the cargo area. The total amount of machines is 20, and the washing machines are connected with fixed piping. The Toftejog tank washing machines are either one or two nozzles rotating design, and the pressure range of the machines is 1 - 15 kg/cm2 at temperatures up to 95° C. The capacity of each machine is approx. 15 - 22 m3/h at pressure 8 bar.

Washing water is supplied by tank washing pumps (pumps inside slop tanks on the aft part of cargo area) Frank Mohn SDS-5, with capacity 100 m3/h at working pressure 10 bar. It is possible to supply four (4) operating washing machines simultaneously.

Tank washing water heater (Rautaruukki PLV-U-2-IHL 4023 T 5000 mcal/h) is sited on the aft part of cargo area.

Tank washing machines are supplied with fresh or sea water. Fresh water is taken from fresh water tank (No.8 (p & s) wing tank can be used as fresh water tank for tank washing purpose) into slop tank, located on aft part of cargo area.

In addition, the vessel is fitted with three (3) portable tank washing machines, Toftejorg type TZ 82 P, which can be connected by hoses to the fixed tank washing machines.

The vessel has the following reported cargo carrying, water ballast, bunker, lubricating oil, fresh water and miscellaneous tank capacities;

Compartment Location Capacity (100%)

No.1 Centre Tank

Frs.71 – 74 ½

669.9 m³

No.2 Centre Tank

Frs.67 – 70 ½

725.2 m³

No.3 Centre Tank

Frs.63 – 66 ½

725.2 m³

No.4 Centre Tank

Frs.59 – 62 ½

725.2 m³

No.5 Centre Tank

Frs.55 – 58 ½

725.2 m³

No.6 Centre Tank

Frs.51 – 54 ½

725.2 m³

Total of Centre Tanks

 

4,295.9 m³

No.1 (S) Wing Tank

Frs.71 – 74 ½

367.1 m³

No.1 (P) Wing Tank

Frs.71 – 74 ½

367.1 m³

No.2 (S) Wing Tank

Frs.68 - 71

327.3 m³

No.2 (P) Wing Tank

Frs.68 - 71

327.3 m³

No.4 (S) Wing Tank

Frs.62 – 65

332.7 m³

No.4 (P) Wing Tank

Frs.62 – 65

332.7 m³

No.5 (S) Wing Tank

Frs.58 – 62

443.6 m³

No.5 (P) Wing Tank

Frs.58 – 62

443.6 m³

No.6 (S) Wing Tank

Frs.55 – 58

332.7 m³

No.6 (P) Wing Tank

Frs.55 – 58

332.7 m³

No.7 (S) Wing Tank

Frs.51 ½ - 55

387.6 m³

No.7 (S) Wing Tank

Frs.51 ½ - 55

387.6 m³





Total of Wing Tank
  4,382.0 m³

Deck Tank (S)

Frs.59 - 62

31.7 m³

Deck Tank (P)

Frs.59 - 62

31.7 m³





Total of Deck Tank
  63.4 m³

Slop Tank (S)

Frs.48 – 50 ½

163.0 m³

Slop Tank (P)

Frs.48 – 50 ½

167.0 m³





Total of Slop Tank
  330.0 m³




Grand Total
  9,071.30 m³

Water Ballast Tanks Capacity (S.G. = 1.025)

Compartment Location Capacity (100%)

Fore Peak Tank

Frs.94 - 109

168.4 m³

Deep Tank (S)

Frs.75 - 94

273.6 m³

Deep Tank (P)

Frs.75 - 94

273.6 m³

No.3 (S) Wing Tank

Frs.65 – 68

332.6 m³

No.3 (P) Wing Tank

Frs.65 – 68

332.6 m³

No.8 (S) Wing Tank

Frs.47 – 51 ½

331.0 m³

No.8 (P) Wing Tank

Frs.47 – 51 ½

331.0 m³

No.1 (S) Water Ballast Tank

Frs.71 – 75

148.5 m³

No.1 (P) Water Ballast Tank

Frs.71 – 75

148.5 m³

No.2 Water Ballast Tank

Frs.67 - 71

319.6 m³

No.3 (S) Water Ballast Tank

Frs.63 - 67

168.4 m³

No.3 (P) Water Ballast Tank

Frs.63 - 67

168.4 m³

No.4 Water Ballast Tank

Frs.59 - 63

337.9 m³

No.5 (S) Water Ballast Tank

Frs.55 - 59

168.8 m³

No.5 (P) Water Ballast Tank

Frs.55 - 59

168.8 m³

No.6 Water Ballast Tank

Frs.51 - 55

320.6 m³

No.7 (S) Water Ballast Tank

Frs.47 – 51

101.4 m³

No.7 (P) Water Ballast Tank

Frs.47 - 51

104.0 m³

Aft Peak Tank

Frs.-6 - 13

269.5 m³





Total of Water Ballast
  4,467.2 m³

 

            Fuel Oil Tanks Capacity (S.G. = 0.95)

Compartment Location Capacity (98%)

Forward Tank

Frs.75 – 89

383.9 m³

Deep Tank No.3 (S)

Frs.35 – 43

94.7 m³

Deep Tank No.3 (P)

Frs.35 – 43

94.7 m³

Tank No.1 Settling Tank

Frs.31 – 35

32.5 m³

Tank No.2 Day Tank

Frs.27 - 31

24.5 m³

Total of Fuel Oil

 

630.3 m³

 

            Diesel Oil Tanks Capacity (S.G. = 0.85)

Compartment Location Capacity (98%)

Deep Tank No.2 (S)

Frs.43 – 47

56.1 m³

Deep Tank No.2 (P)

Frs.43 – 47

56.1 m³

Tank No.3 Settling Tank

Frs.23 – 27

13.6 m³

Tank No.4 Day Tank

Frs.19 - 23

7.2 m³

Diesel Oil Total

 

133.0 m³

            Lubricating Oil Tanks Capacity (S.G. = 0.90)

Compartment Location Capacity (98%)

Tank No.5

Frs.25 – 29

16.6 m³

Tank No.6

Frs.24 – 25

3.3 m³

Tank No.7

Frs.23 – 24

2.9 m³

Tank No.8

Frs.22 – 23

2.5 m³

Tank No.9

Frs.21 – 22

2.1 m³

Tank No.10

Frs.20 – 21

1.7 m³

Tank No.11

Frs.19 - 20

1.4 m³

Lub. Oil Total

 

30.5 m³

            Fresh Water Tanks Capacity (S.G. = 1.00)

Compartment Location Capacity (98%)

Tank No.12 (S)

Frs.5 – 16

50.0 m³

Tank No.12 (P)

Frs.5 – 16

50.0 m³

Tank No.12 (C) Drinking Water

Frs.9 – 13

71.1 m³

D.B. Tank No.10 Feed Water

Frs.13 - 22

28.8 m³

Fresh Water Total

 

199.9 m³

            Wash Water (Fresh Water or Water Ballast) Tanks Capacity (S.G. = 1.00 or 1.025)

Compartment Location Capacity (98%)

No.8 (S) Wing Tank (*)

Frs.47 – 51 ½

331.0 m³

No.8 (P) Wing Tank (*)

Frs.47 – 51 ½

331.0 m³

Wash Water Total

 

662.0 m³

            (*) Note – These tanks are already included in Water Ballast Tank Capacity table.

 

            Miscellaneous Tanks Capacity

Compartment Location Capacity (98%)

DB Tank No.1 DO Overflow

Frs.39 – 47

46.8 m³

DB Tank No.2 LO Dirty

Frs.35 – 47

44.1 m³

DB Tank No.3 Bilge Water

Frs.27 – 47

100.6 m³

DB Tank No.4 HO Overflow

Frs.35 – 39

16.8 m³

DB Tank No.5 FO Drain Tank

Frs.35 – 39

3.8 m³

DB Tank No.6 HO Sludge

Frs.27 – 35

30.3 m³

DB Tank No.7 LO System

Frs.23 – 34

9.2 m³

DB Tank No.8 LO Sludge

Frs.23 – 27

8.8 m³

DB Tank No.9 Prop. Hydr. Oil

Frs.23 – 26

2.6 m³

Tank No.13 DO Emerg. Diesel

Frs.3 – 5

3.5 m³

Tank No.14 DO Inert Gas

Frs.5 – 7

5.6 m³

Tank No.15 Hydr. Oil

Frs.87 – 89

4.9 m³

Tank No.16 Thermal Oil Tank

Frs.77 – 79

2.3 m³

Tank No.17 Waste Oil

Frs.18 – 20

2.0 m³

Tank No.18 Thermal Oil Tank

Frs.79 – 82 ½

1.8 m³

Deck Equipment

(a) Mooring Machinery and Equipment:

(i) Two (2) sets Rauma-Repola hydraulically driven combined anchor windlass/mooring winches (originally self tensioning), type MV 60/KY48, each with one gypsy wheel, one hawser drum and one warping end.

Two (2) VEB Schwermascinenbau - Kombinat Ernst Thalmann type Gruson bower anchors, each approx. 3,780 kg weight. In addition, there was a 495 m total length of 48 mm dia. k3 grade (high tensile strength) anchor chain cable onboard.

There is also one (1) VEB Schwermascinenbau - Kombinat Ernst Thalmann type Gruson bower spare anchor, approx. 3,780 kg weight.

(ii) Two (2) sets Rauma-Repola hydraulically driven mooring winches (originally self tensioning), type MV60-2R, each with two hawser drum and one warping end.

(iii) One (1) set Rauma-Repola St.Lawrence windlass equipment, hydraulically driven with wire drum. The windlass has a nominal pull at 1st layer of 60 kN, 0.15 m/s. Capacity of drum wire (38 mm dia.) 110 m length, and also connected to the windlass wire, is a Ljusne Katting Ab anchor chain, 3 m lenth, 38 mm dia., grade 2, which is connected to a G.J. Wortelboer Jr. b.v. stern anchor, type Spek, 1,920 kg weight.

(b) Handling Facilities:

(i) There is one (1) Oy Wartsila Ab Vaasan Tehdas hydraulic driven cargo hose crane, type SVCSE 3 x 14 L 1500, 3000 kg SWL, 3.3 m - 14 m working radius, 30 m max. lifting height, and 28 m/min hoisting speed.

(ii) There is one (1) Oy Wartsila Ab Vaasan Tehdas hydraulic driven provision crane, type SVBSE 3 x 8.5R1000, 3000 kg SWL, 1.9 m - 8.5 m working radius, 20 m max. lifting height, and 15 m/min hoisting speed.

(c) Steering System:

(i) There is One (1) Porsgrunn Verft AS, electro-hydraulic rotary vane driven steering gear unit, type 370-45/D16RV PMV, No.797, 1980, with an effective torque of 45 tm.

There are two (2) Porsgrunn hydraulic pump power units, type 1MO-045 N1, each driven by a Baukrecht, type RF15/2-75, 160L, 26 kW, 49 A, 380 V, 50 Hz, 2930 rpm, IP54, S6-40, 0.93 PF electric motors.

(d) Main Hydraulic Aggregate System:

(i) The vessel has a hydraulic "Ring Main" system, which provides hydraulic power supply to the windlasses, mooring winches, bow thruster unit, cargo deepwell pumps, slop tanks deepwell pumps, pump room ballast pumps, as well as to the hydraulic driven cargo hose crane.

The are six (6) Frank Mohn A/S Pump & Gear Works/ Bosch Rexroth/ Hydraumatik GmbH main hydraulic aggregate units, axial displacement hydraulic pumps directly coupled to both shaft ends of each of the six electric motors. There are six (6) forward pumps, type A2F 225 R1P3, and six (6) aft pumps, type A2F 182 L1 P3 SO.

The six (6) NEBB electric motors, which drive the forward and aft connected hydraulic pumps, are type Q315 M4E, 290 HP (214 kW), S1 duty, 280 V, 50 Hz., 3 phase, P22, 393 A, 0.87 PF, 1480 rpm.


Main & Auxiliary Machinery

(a) Main Engine:

The vessel is powered by one (1) set Wartsila - S.E.M.T. - Pielstick, type 12 PC 2.2 V 400, ‘V' formation, four stroke, single acting, 12 cylinders, 400 mm bore, 460 mm stroke, turbocharged reversible medium speed marine diesel engine. The Maximum Continuous Rating (MCR) of the engine is 6,000 bhp (4,605 kW) at 520 rpm, with two BBC VTR-320N turbo-chargers (S/Nos.HT348721 & HT348722).

The diesel engine is connected to one KaMeWa 4 (four) bladed controllable pitch propeller, with double-acting piston and slot pin mechanism in hub. Oil distribution box with emergency piston is installed forward of the reduction gear. The propeller is a type 132 XF 1/4, 4,100 mm dia., 163 rpm propeller, and is driven via a Tacke Getriebe, reduction gear, type HSU-900C, ratio 3.190, input speed 520 rpm, output speed 163, S/No.256426/32, through a Vulcan Kupplungs - U. Getriebebau B. Hackfort GmbH & Co, type Vulcan EZ 283 Sarja 141 flexible elastic coupling.

The governor is a Woodward type PGA-58, and the Engine No. is 436.

(b) Bow Thruster:

There is one (1) Jastram-Werke GmbH KG bow thruster unit hydraulic driven, type BU 08F (or BU 80F), fixed pitch, 4 bladed Mn-Al-Bronze propeller, 1,618 mm dia., 453 rpm, 520 kW.

The bow thruster hydraulic motor, is a Frank Mohn A/S Pump & Gear Works, type F4/6K, 520 kW, 1400 rpm, step-less, remotely operated speed control.

(c) Auxiliary Diesel Generators:

There are three (3) Wartsila Diesel AB Vasa, Suomi, Finland, auxiliary diesel generator engines, type 524TS, vertical single acting, 4 stroke, direct injection, 5 cylinders, 240 mm bore, 310 mm stroke, with a rated output of 900 bhp (660 kW) at 750 rpm, S/Nos.2267, 2268 & 2269. Each diesel engine has one (1) Brown Boveri Co., type VTR200H turbo charger (S/Nos.HT347927, HT347928 & HT347928). Each has a Woodward UG-8 governor.

Each diesel engine is directly coupled to an Oy Stromberg AB, 3 phase, A.C. generator, type HFPTL 10065P4 IM 1305, 770 kVA (616 kW), 400 V, 1111 Amps, 50 Hz, 0.8 PF, 3 ph, 750 rpm, IP23S. S/Nos.4532206-1980, 4532207-1980 & 4532208-1980.

The secondary electrical system is 220 V, 50 Hz., AC.

(d) Emergency Diesel Generator:

There is one (1) Masino Oy - Cummins Eng. Co., emergency diesel generator, type NTA 855-G, 1071, vertical single acting, 4 stroke, turbo-charged after cooled, trunk piston, water/radiator and fan cooled, with 6 cylinders, 140 mm bore, 152 mm stroke, and with a rated output of 230 kW at 1500 rpm. Contract No.D093354GX02, Eng.No.23167393.

Diesel engine is directly coupled to an Oy Stromberg AB, 3 phase, A.C. generator, type HFPT 6350P2 IM 2001, IP23S, 250 kVA (200 kW), 400 V, 361 Amps, 50 Hz, 0.8 PF, 3 ph, 1500 rpm. S/No.4532554-1981.

(e) Steam Generating Plants:

(i) One (1) Aalborg Vaerft A/S donkey oil fired vertical water tube boiler, type AQ-12, 9 bar, 3,000 kg/h steam capacity, with waste incinerator. The boiler has a furnace area of 35 m2. S/No.5921, Year 1980.

The oil burning system is a Max-Weishaupt GmbH "Monarch", type MS8/2-Z, 240 kg/h oil capacity.

For incineration of solid waste, the boiler is equipped with a combustion chamber.

(ii) One (1) Aalborg Industries oil fired vertical water tube boiler, type Mission OS, 9 bar, 6,500 kg/h max. steam capacity. S/No.11512, Year 2002.

The oil burning system is an Oilon, type RP-500M, No.02016201, 140 - 535 kg/h, Year 2002.

(iii) One (1) Aalborg Vaerft A/S exhaust gas economiser, water tube with forced water circulation, type AV-6, 9 bar, 2,200 kg/h steam capacity. The boiler has a furnace area of 285 m2. S/No.5871, Year 1980.

(f) Air Compressors:

There are a total of four (4) air compressors onboard.

(i) Two (2) Atlas Copco starting air compressors, two stage two pistons air cooled compressor, type LT 1230, 63.6 m³/h (free air), 30 bar, 1500 rpm, S/Nos.040841 & 040842, each driven by a Stromber AB, 13 kW, type HXUR/C 328A2B3, 160L 42, IP54, S1, 380V, 27 A, 50 Hz., 0.83 PF electric motor.

(ii) One (1) Atlas Copco working air gear compressor, air cooled, type GA 310 E Std, 150 m³/h (free air), 10 bar, 2925 rpm, S/No.ARP713876, and is driven by a Siemens, type 1RA6167-2AB51-Z, 160L, IP23, 22 kW, 380V, 42 A, 50 Hz., 0.89 PF electric motor.

(iii) One (1) Bauer Kompressoren GmbH breathing air compressor, type KA 14-7.5 E-H, 4 cylinder, 4 stage piston compressor, 260 l/min, 330 bar, driven by a Bauknecht electric motor, 5.5 kW, 1981, S/No.521-0553/6/7.

(g) Oil Purification:

There are three (3) sets of oil separators/purifiers;

(i) Two (2) Mitsubishi Kakoki Kaishi Ltd, F.O. & D.O. purifier, types SJ3000 selfjector, 3000 - 3150 l/h, bowl rpm 7200 rpm, 5.5 kW, 1500 rpm electric motor.

(ii) One (1) Alfa Laval L.O. purifier, type LOPX 705 SFD-34, Manuf.No. 4104495/1999, Prod. No. 881149-01-03.

(h) Accommodation Air Conditioning:

For air conditioning and cooling of the accommodation and service spaces, a Semco Marine single pipe central air conditioning system is used.

The accommodation cooling is by one (1) Stal Refrigeration AB air conditioning compressor plant, type PD8T83 90089-03056 (R22) compressor, with a cooling capacity of 205 kW/278 K evaporation temperature, and 310 K cooling water temperature.

The compressor is driven by an ASEA, type MBG-225 M-4, 55 kW, 1465 rpm, 0.87 PF, Class F insulation, 380 V, 105 A, 50 Hz., 3 phase electric motor. S/No.6646735.

The central air conditioning unit is made up of the mixing and filter section, cooling coil, preheating coil (160 kW), humidifying section, water separating section, and main fan, Fan Neuero, type HLZ 500 - 3.7/2.4 m3/s - 2200/900 Pa - 11/1.4 kW - motor 15/5 kW ASEA.

(i) Refrigeration Plants:

(i) There is one (1) Stal Refrigeration AB provision refrigeration plant, consisting of two (2) Stal, type 2PK24K22, R-22 compressor units, 2 x 10500 kcal/h capacity, each driven by an ASEA 3 phase electric motor, type MBL 132M, 7.2 kW, 380 V, 15 A, 50 Hz.

(ii) There is one (1) Lehmkuhl type SK6.858F40 inert gas refrigeration cooling plant, S/No.1196, Year 1980, consisting of one (1) Bock, model F4, R-22 compressor unit, Fab.No.L09344, driven by a Oy Stromberg AB electric motor, type 1HXUR/C265 A2 B3, 132M38, 7.2 kW, 380 V, 15 A, 50 Hz.

(j) F.W. Generator:

There is one (1) Nirex Engineers Ltd - Alfa-Laval Group, Denmark, fresh water generator, type JWSP-36-125, capacity 20 m3/day, S/No.2865.

(k) Sewage System:

There is one (1) Atlas A/S Denmark, type AWWU, mechanical and chemical sewage treatment unit, S/No.443, Year 1980, with a 50 persons capacity.

(l) Incinerator:

The solid waste incinerator is part of the Aalborg Vaerft A/S donkey oil fired vertical water tube boiler, type AQ-12, indicated earlier.

(m) Bilge Water Separator & Bilge Alarm:

There is one (1) Howaldtswerke Deutsche Werft (HDW) Hamburg, bilge oily water separating system, type Turbulo TEF 5F (TE 5F + TF 5S), gravity and filter type, 5.0 m³/h, S/No.70399, with a Vega-Grieshaber KG, type Vegator 218/WS, bilge oil monitoring alarm.

(n) Inert Gas System:

There is one (1) Moss Rosenberg Verft A/S Inert Gas Generator plant, with a capacity 600/1200 m3/h, 0.3 bar pressure, 50/100 kg/h diesel oil consumption, sea water / fresh water cooling. Scrubber sea water consumption 110 m3/h at 2 bar. There are two (2) blowers, Roots-type, each of 600 m3/h capacity, each driven by NEBB 20 kW electric motors. Inert Gas Plant No.5073, Year 1981.

There is a Sybron Tailor Servomex Oxygen Analyser, type Series 500.

There is one (1) Moss Rosenberg Verft A/S Inert Gas Drying Plant, capacity of 600 m3/h.

The plant is completely automatic and equipped with alarms and monitors. The plant can be used for gas freeing at max. 1200 m3/h.

In addition, there is one (1) Moss Rosenberg Verft A/S Inert Gas Deck Water Seal, dry type with drain valve and drop tank. The seal is completely automatic, and operation from Inert Gas Generator panel.

Speed & Fuel Consumption

The vessel's main engine and two oil fired boilers normally operate on IFO 180 cSt, and the auxiliary diesel generators operate on Marine Diesel/Gas Oil.

Service speed reported as 15 knots on maximum draught. Consumption of the main engine is approx. 18 mt/day, and diesel generators 2 mt/day.

The following Consumption figures were given, although no speed figures were given or found from Deck & Engine Log Books.

Normal Service Speed Loaded Ballast
Main Engine 18.0 mt/day 16.6 mt/day

Economical Service Speed Loaded Ballast
Main Engine 15.6 mt/day 13.8 mt/day


Boiler No.1 1.84 mt/day ]when boilers run, otherwise 0.0 mt/day
Boiler No.2 1.66 mt/day ]
Aux. Engines 1.84 mt/day

From two Loaded Passages, the following average consumption figures were given;

Singapore - Suez (05.2009)
Main Engine (IFO 180 cSt) 17.27 mt/day
Main Engine (Lub. Oil.) 287 litres/day
Aux.Engines (MGO) 2.45 mt/day
Aux.Engines (Lub. Oil) 39 litres/day

Kotka - Amsterdam (01.2008)
Main Engine (IFO 180 cSt) 16.92 mt/day
Aux.Engines (MGO) 1.70 mt/day


* All details are believed correct, but under the Admiralty Marshal's Conditions of Sale, should not be relied upon. Buyers should make and rely on their own enquiries.

 

Date of Auction Tuesday 14th July 2009
Conditions of Sale Terms and Conditions
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