MSC HYUNDAI 13.000 TEU STANDARD TYPE CLASS by mk mk

13,000-TEU - standard type include the ships of the Hyundai to ULCS container ships.

The series will be built in 2010 by Hyundai heavy industries whose two shipyards in Ulsan and Samho. The type of ship is the most integrated of all ULCS with its different variants so far. So far around 50 units of this series were, and more are under construction.

The previously built or under construction series:

Ten units (delivered or under construction) for Hapag-Lloyd - see Hamburg express class
Eight units for Rickmers Reederei in Charter for Maersk Line - see Maersk Edinburgh class
Eight units for SEASPAN Corporation in Charter for COSCO container lines (COSCON)
Nine units for MPC Münchmeyer Petersen & co., later Hanjin directly or via leasing companies taken over by
Maersk Edinburgh class see five units for Zodiac maritime Charter for Maersk Line-
Eight units for E.R. shipping all sold for MSC in drive, in Charter of the Mediterranean shipping company, partly on MSC and Sinoceanic - see Maersk Edinburgh class
Five units for Danaos shipping in Charter for Hyundai merchant marine

The double-hulled ships included building the largest container ships worldwide. Neopanamax size will allow them passage of the Panama Canal after its expansion. A number of innovations and details, in particular in terms of environmental protection in maritime transport are schiffbaulich. So, the deckhouse is different from arranged the majority of conventional container ships far forward, allowing for an improved visibility beam and therefore higher front deck loading. Below the building, including the bunker tanks are arranged to meet latest MARPOL regulations. Stabbing out is as far as possible the powerful drive system with the aft-mounted two-stroke diesel main engine type. In the bow are two transverse thrusters with each 1800 of kW. The holds of vessels are sealed with pontoon hatch covers. The ships have a variant based on slightly different container capacity by around 13,100 TEU, an average container weight of fourteen tonnes decreased the capacity to about 9000 TEU. 800 to 1000 connections for integral reefer continue to exist.

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Name IMO MMSI/CS Length DWT/GT Location Signal Age My Fleet
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