Croatian Shipyard Delivers Oil Tanker To Doria Shipping

Tuesday, October 05, 1999
3.Maj Brodogradilište (MAJ), of Rijeka Croatia, delivered the first oil tanker of a series of four to Doria Shipping. In March, 1997 3.MAJ was contracted to build four 71,345-dwt oil tankers for $150 million. With the financing help of Merrill Lynch International of London, and the full support of the Croatian government, the company successfully in finalizing this order. Built for the transportation of crude oil and oil products, M/T Margara, has five pairs of cargo and one pair of slop tanks. Double sides were applied in fuel tanks, for the vessel's compliance with all international environmental requirements.
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