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Posted: Fri Feb 08, 2013 7:47 pm
by Henk
2011 - 2016
Maersk Product Tankers A/B (Broström Ship Management A/B) - Denmark
Kiel laid 22-06-1998; launched 30-12-1998; delivered 23-02-1999 by Halla Engineering & Heavy Industries Ltd. - Samho (1055)
182,82 x 174,00 x 32,22 x 18,60 x 12,21 m
29.289 grt; 44.999 dwt
2SA 6 cylinder Burmeister & Wain/Hyundai type 6S-50MC, 500x1910 connected to a fixed propeller; 3x 4SA 5 cylinder Burmeister & Wain type 5L.23/30, 225x300 each connected to a generator 600 kW/ 450 V/60 Hz; 4SA 4 cylinder Cummins type NTA
11.637 bhp; 8.559 kW
15,5 knots
20 wingtanks; 2 sloptanks
In the fleet In February 2011 renamed from MAERSK CARLA

Newbuilding for the price of $35.500.000 named IVER EXAMPLE with Motorship Product Example BV (Vroon BV) - Breskens.
10-03-2006 renamed BRO PROMOTION by Broström Tankers Aktie Bolag (Broström Ship Management Aktie Bolag) - Göteborg.
11-08-2010 renamed MAERSK CARLA.
09-03-2015 during a trip from Houston to Amuay Bay with MTBE in collision with CONTI PERIDOT loaded with Iron during a trip from Balbao to Panama. Three tanks leaking.
15-03-2016 renamed OCEAN TOPAZ by Ever Key Ltd. (Winson Oil Trading Pte.Ltd.) - Panama.

Photo's: Nico Kemps


Posted: Sun Feb 10, 2013 2:04 pm
by Henk
Passing Breskens 10-02-2013

Photo's: Henk de Winde


Posted: Thu Feb 27, 2014 2:49 pm
by IanT
Inbound for Murco 1 Milford Haven from the St. Brides Bay Anchorage during 27-2-2014


Posted: Wed May 27, 2015 9:37 am
by hendrik
CARLA MAERSK (9171503) (Maersk Carla -11, Bro Promotion -10, Iver Example -06),
29,289/99 – chemical/products tanker owned by Maersk Tankers A/S, Denmark. In collision
with the Liberian flag bulk carrier CONTI PERIDOT (9452634) in the Houston Ship Channel
one kilometre south of the entrance to Barbers Cut, Texas in position 29.40N, 094.58W in fog
on 9/3/2015 whilst on voyage to Amuay Bay, Venezuela with chemicals. Sustained 31-metre
gash on port side, damaging two tanks. US Coastguard closed channel for three days whilst
salvage teams drained the damaged tanks. Vessel sent to Bahamas for repair.