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CMA CGM Neptune

December 4, 2002

Type Container Carrier Builder Hanjin Heavy Industries Owner Hansa Shipping

The 4,389 TEU container carrier known as CMA CGM Neptune for Hansa Shipping company is powered by a MAN B&W 9K90MC-C main engine, which produces 55,890 bhp at MCR with 104 rpm to give the vessel a service speed of 24.2 knots at 90 percent of MCR with 25 percent sea margin on a design draft of 39 ft. (12 m). Four sets of auxiliary engine consist of two sets of 1,800 kW at 720 rpm and two sets of 2,100 kW at the same rpm diesel engine. Fully 4,389 TEU containers of 2,017 TEU in hold and 2,372 TEU on deck can be loaded on the vessel in addition to the 500 FEU reefer sockets provided (200 FEU in hold and 300 FEU on deck). Maximum 11 rows with eight tiers containers can be loaded in seven holds, and 13 rows with six tiers containers to be carried on hatch covers. Forty-ft. container based cell guides were equipped in every hold, generally two tiers height of lashing bridge structure was installed between hatch coamings and extraordinary cell guides of 5.5 tiers height help cargo securing on utmost end deck.

Main Particulars Length, (o.a.) 926 ft. (282.1 m) Length, (b.p) 873 ft. (266 m) Breadth, (molded) 106 ft. (32.2 m) GT 50,242 DWT, (design) 50,709 DWT, (scantling) 58,399 Draft, (design) 39 ft. (12 m) Draft, (scantling) 43 ft. (13 m) Speed, (service) 24.2 knots at 90 percent MCR with 25 percent sea margin on design draft (12 m) Complement 25 + 6 (Suez) Cargo capacity 4,389 TEU (hold-2,017 / deck-2,372 ) Water ballast 17,100 cu. m. Fuel consumption 156.5 ton/day Main engine manufacturer Hyundai Main engine type MAN B&W 9K90MC-C Total hp 55,890 ps Auxiliary engines NIL Propellers Fixed pitch propeller * 1set (8.2 diameter , SMM manufactured ) Thruster Kamewa Thruster engine Rolls-Royce controllable pitch type TT2400 Generators Hyundai Generator engines B&W 6L 27/38 * 2sets (1,800ps/720 rpm) B&W 7L 27/38 * 2sets (2,100 ps/720 rpm)



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