Self Discharging Cement Carrier Eviacement I photographed in Barcelona on 29 May 2012.
Built by the Shin Kurushima Dockyard Co.Ltd, Imabari, Japan as Yard Number 2060 in 1978 she became Eviacement I in 1998 after previously been called Sumise Maru No.5.
She has a length of 93.31 m overall (88.00 m between perpendiculars) with a beam of 15.6m and 6.41m draught. GT = 3,025 t, DWT 4,844 t and NT 1,060 t.
Powered by a 1x IHI (Shikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co. Ltd) 6PC2 - 5L- 4 stroke single acting 8 cylinder 400 x 460mm diesel engine (2,574 kW / 3.500 hp) she has a fully loaded service speed of 11.5 knots via a single controllable pitch propeller. She also has a 310KW bow thruster.
Auxillary power consist of a single 580 kW 450 Volt 60Hz shaft generator with 2 x Yanmar (Turbo) 6 RAL-HT diesel engines coupled with 2 generators (each 240 KW 450 Volt 60Hz).
With three separate holds she can accommodate 3,902m2 of cement at full capacity and is able to load via a mechanical system up to 600t/hour. Discharge is via a pneumatic system and up to 400t/hour through 14 inch hoses although this will depend upon the height and distance from the ship of the shore silo.
At the time I saw her she was owned by Eviacement One Maritime Company, since July 2013 she has been owned by Lagaligo Lines, Makassor, Indonesia.
She is currently registered in Indonesia and called Kamrbria.
MMSI - 373123000
REG - PA, Panama
IMO - 7810454
Call Sign - 3FLO5
Built - Kurushima, Imabari, JP
Yard No. - 2060
L 93.31m W 15.6m
GT - 3025
Year - 2010
Barcelona, 29 May 2012