She is one of many Arklow vessels I have seen in Liverpool and on the Manchester Ship Canal. Some of the first ships I saw when working on the banks of the Mersey were green hulled Arklow ships.
Powered by a MAK 6M43C, (5400kW) with Jake reduction gear and a Rolls Royce controllable pitch propeller she has a service speed of 14 Knots. Auxilliary power is provided by 2 x Yanmar (438kW) and a single STX (100kW) engine. Generators include 2 x Taiyo Electric (350kW), 1 x Taiyo Electric (100kW) and a shaft alternator (1000kW).
She was built in 2010 by Mokpo Ship Building in Mokpo, KR as Yard Number
07-191 and has an overall length of 136.47m, 21m beam and 8.88m Summer draft.
GT = 9758, NT = 5240 and DWT 14990
Hold capacity is 18109m3 split between four holds.
She is operated by Arklow Shipping who are based in Arklow, County Wicklow, Ireland, the company was formed in 1966 when three captains formed a Company to operate their seven ships. Arklow Shipping now operates a fleet of 45 ships with a combined carrying capacity of some 6 million tonnes annually.
MMSI - 250002045
REG - IE, Arklow
IMO - 9440265
Call Sign - EIJD9
General Cargo Ship
Built - Mokpo SB, Mokpo, KR
Yard No. -07-191
L 136.47m W 21m
GT - 9682
Year - 2010
Barcelona 29 May 2012