Length: 80 m
GENERAL OwnerEimskip TypeReefer DesignMM 80 Reefer MK II YardMyklebust Verft YnrMVE NB 51 Delivery2008
Length: 137.82 m
LOA 137,82 m - Max Beam 20 m - Engines GMI SULZER 6REA52 kW - Max Speed 20 kn
Length: 151.99 m
540,000 C.F. REFRIGERATED CARGO SHIP (L) 151.99 X (B) 23.0 X (D) 13.0
Length: 53 m
DWT: 520,000 kg
Passenger capacity: 27 unit
Delivered: June 1988 Owner: Stalskip H.F, Iceland Design: Skipatækni H.F Type: Wetfish-/Freezer - Trawler Class: Lloyd`s +100 A1, Stern Trawler, Ice” Main Particulars: Deadweight: 520 t Length o.a.: 53,00 m Length p.p.: 49,40 m Beam: ...
Length: 81.55 m
DWT: 2,500 t
Length, o.a., m 81,55 Breadth, m 16,0 Depth, m 9,1 DWT, t 2 500
Length: 132.9 m
DWT: 7,710,000 kg
... Service Speed: 17 knots Crew: 25 people Classification:Bureau Veritas: I Hull Mach Unrestricted navigation, Refrigerated cargo ship AUT-UMS REF-CARGO-QUICKFREEZE Propulsion & Manoeuvring Equipment:Main engine: 6300 ...
How to choose this product
A reefer ship is designed to carry perishable cargoes which must be kept at relatively low temperatures. Cargo is typically carried in refrigerated holds, but a new generation of vessel uses refrigerated containers, instead.
These vessels generally carry fruit, vegetables, meat, fish and other foodstuffs requiring refrigerated transport.
Traditional reefer ships are equipped with a series of independent holds whose temperatures can be adjusted according to need. Each hold has a large, covered hatch and, in many cases, deck cranes for cargo handling. Another type carries its cargo in refrigerated containers.
How to choose
Among the many criteria to be considered are zone of operation, type of cargo and refrigeration system.