Maritea

Wednesday, December 04, 2002
Type Chemical Carrier Owner Calisa S.p.A-Augusta, Italy Builder 3.Maj

Constructed by 3.Maj for Calisa S.P.A. in Augusta, Italy, Maritea is designed for worldwide service, but its primary voyage profile comprises traffic between Mediterranean oil ports/terminals. The 35,000 dwt IMO Type II Chem Carrier boasts several innovations, such as a hull structural design based on direct calculation (FEM) including fatigue criteria, an Integrated Navigation system with ECDIS connection on both radars, controllable pitch propeller (CPP) installation, and high efficiency flap type rudder and bow thruster for enhanced manuevering. The vessel also holds an anchoring and mooring system designed according to OCIMF criteria, and its wheelhouse, which is designed for One Man Bridge Control, has all-round windows and CCTV surveillance. Maritea's onboard cargo system has midship manifold (eight cargo lines) and stern manifold (three lines). Thermal oil boilers with primary loop for Engine Room Tanks heating and a secondary loop for Cargo Tanks heating.


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