MV DAYANG CENTURY OPEN NEMRUT BAY -23th/Aug 2021

Subject: MV DAYANG CENTURY OPEN NEMRUT BAY -23th/Aug 2021


Date: 8/17/2021 12:25:04 PM

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Good day to all

 

Pls kindly provide firm cargos for flwg GEL   tonnages/msgs  :


 

MV DAYANG CENTURY OPEN NEMRUT BAY  -23th/Aug 2021


 

BOD IFO 500-600MT MGO 100MT RANGE  

2X25MT COIL IS OK ,GRAIN CLEAN W/W   NO DECK CARGO  

MV.DAYANG CENTURY

Flag : Liberia

Built : April 2011, China

Class : B.V.

Summer DWT : 56,780 mts on about 12.800 m

Tropical DWT : 58,353 mts on about 13.067 m

Winter DWT : 55,209 mts on about 12.533 m

TPC Summer : 58.8 mt

Panama (12.04m)TFW : DWT abt 50500 M/T (Vessel not fitted for New Panama Canal locks)

GT / NT International : 33,044 / 19,231

GT / NT Suez : 33,919.94 / 31,284.96

NT Panama : 27,390

Length over all : 189.99 m

L.B.P. : 185.00 m

Breadth : 32.26 m

Depth (moulded) : 18.00 m

Holds / Hatches : 5 / 5

Type of hatch covers : Folding Type

Hatch Size : No.1 - 18.86 m x 18.26 m / No.2-5 - 21.32 m x 18.26 m

Holds CO2 fitted : yes

AHL fitted : yes

Cargo Gear : 4 x 30 mts

Grabs : 4 X Radio Remote Control Grabs with adjustable capacity of 6 to 12 cbm and maximum density of cargo permitted up to 2.55 tons/cbm. Max Lifting Capacity of ship’s crane with Grab operation is 24 tons.

Tank top strength : Holds 1/3/5 = 25 t / Holds 2/4 = 20 t Grain Capacities by hold : No.1: 13,009.86 m3 / 459,443 cuft

No.2: 15,333.25 m3 / 541,494 cuft

No.3: 14,553.08 m3 / 513,942 cuft

No.4: 15,333.27 m3 / 541,494 cuft

No.5: 13,404.64 m3 / 473,385 cuft

Total Hold Capacity : 71,634.10 m3 – 2,529,758 cuft Grain capacity

All details and figures are “about” and “without guarantee”

Speed and consumption

Ballast: Abt 13.5 knts on abt 33.0 mtpd IFO and abt 0.1 mtpd MDO

Laden: Abt 12.8 knts on abt 33.0 mtpd IFO and abt 0.1 mtpd MDO

At port when Idle: abt 3.5 mtpd IFO and abt 0.1 mtpd MDO

At port when working: abt 5.5 mtpd IFO and abt 0.1 mtpd MDO

 ECO SPEED AND CONSUMPTION (WOG/REFERENCE ONLY):

Ballast: Abt 11.5 knts on abt 24 mtpd IFO and abt 0.1 mtpd MDO

Laden: Abt 11.0 knts on abt 24 mtpd IFO and abt 0.1 mtpd MDO

Vessel may consume MGO in Main Engine for warming up of the system & Start/ Stop, and in generators for Start/ changeover. Vessel may also consume MGO in Main Engine and Generators for Steaming in/out of Port, shifting berth/anchorage, navigating in congested waters/inland waters/channels, during poor visibility; during load/discharging at anchorage on Barges/lighters with bad weather and /or strong currents.

For the purpose of this clause, the average speed and average bunker consumption shall be calculated by reference to the observed distance from pilot station to pilot station on the high seas and by reference to periods of 24 hours, from engine full away on departure to engine slow down on arrival.

The average Speed and Consumption is to be assessed in good weather conditions only, which is defined as under Beaufort scale four, under Douglas sea state three (means significant wave height less than 1.25m), deep water with clean bottom, without adverse current and negative influence of swell,maximum seawater temperature 28 degree Celsius and always excluding any time during which (i) reduction of speed is necessary for safety due to navigation in congested waters or during poor visibility; (ii) any periods when vessel is ballasting/de-ballasting or during cleaning of cargo holds ; (iii) under influence of swell and or tidal streams and/or currents; (iv) when vessel is manoeuvring within harbour, inland waters, channels, where slow speed is required due to national/international and local regulations and all times when pilot is on board; (v) when vessel is following/proceeding in convoy, using escorts, or following instructions of underwriters, government of Nation under whose flag the vessel sails, security council of the United Nations or other supranational body when navigating in Pirate infested areas. When the vessel is ordered to run continuously at main engine load below 75% of the main engine MCR, then main engine rpm will have to be increased to the NCR for about 1 hour every day in order to avoid damages on the main engine due to the slow steaming

No extrapolation of good weather analysis can be made to overall voyage

the word "about" under this fixture apply to both "speed(s)" and "consumption(s)". it is defined as a tolerance of 0.5kt on "speed(s)" and a tolerance of 5% on "bunker consunption(s)"

All details and figures are “about” and “without guarantee”

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