Laurin Maritime Adopts AMOS for Newbuild

Monday, October 05, 2009

SpecTec AB (Sweden) has signed a contract with long term customer Laurin Maritime as agents for Anglo-Atlantic Steamship Co. Ltd. for the first new build vessel (Cavatina) which is the first in a series of five, built at Trogir shipyard in Croatia.

The vessels are IMIO II Tankers for chemicals and oil products and will each have a deadweight of about 46,200 tons. They will have 20 coated cargo tanks, each with a capacity of below 3,000 m3. The cargo tanks are fully strengthened to carry high density cargos such as Caustic Soda 50% Solution.

The first vessel is scheduled to be delivered in December 2009 and will join Laurin Maritime´s fleet of tankers for oil and chemicals. The last vessel in the series is scheduled for delivery in 2011.

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