Volgograd Delivers Cargo Vessel

Wednesday, September 19, 2007
The Volgograd shipyard recently delivered the dry cargo vessel, Iran Amirabad, to Irinvestship Limited. The contract for the building of a series of the four dry cargo vessels was singed in August 2005. The first vessel Iran Anzali was delivered to the customer in February 2007, the second vessel, Iran Nowshahr – in June 2007, the forth vessel was laid in December 2006.

The ships will transport general, solid-bulk, timber and logs, big and hazardous cargo, containers. They can be used in the Caspian Sea, Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea, White Sea, North Sea. The length of the vessel is 459 ft., deadweight in sea/river – 6750/4343 tons, carrying capacity in sea/river – 6325/4100 tons. The project of the ship was developed by the Maritime Engineering Bureau (Odessa). Source: SeaNews

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