De Poli Yard Launches Chem. Tanker

Wednesday, January 05, 2000
Based on the Island of Pellestrina (Venice), Cantiere Navale De Poli shipyard launched chemical tanker named Jo Laguna D built for venician company Ar.Co.In. The vessel, which will be used for the transport of oil and chemical products, was scheduled for completion at the end of 1999, and is equipped with 14 tanks for the load, two slops, one recovery and two deck slop tanks. In accordance with the most recent U.S. standards, the vessel is equipped with a double hull located in correspondence of the cargo zone.
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