M/T Green Planet

1844 Days
Without Incident

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

CALL SIGN D5FK2
TYPE Oil/Chemical Tanker
FLAG Liberia [LR]
BUILD 2014
HULL Double Hull
BUILDER Daesun Shipbuilding & Engineering
DWT 50844
SUEZ NET 26.881,84

LOA : 183,10
GRT 3024
IMO NO : 9669914
LS 11086
DM : 19,10
SUEZ CROSS 31.719,30
SUMMER DRAFT : 13,28
CLASS LR
BM : 32,21
P&I CLUB American P&I Club

CAPACITIES (M3)

COT M3 (98%) 52.003,87
WBTKS : 21.758,5
FUEL OIL : 1.377,8
MGO / MDO : 162.98
LUB OIL : 144,8
FRESH WATER: 699,3
CONSTANTS : 200 MT
MISC: 206,3

VEC SYSTEM

FITTED : YES

HOSE HANDLING EQUIPMENT

1 CRANE X 10 TONS

CARGO HEATING

TYPE / MATERIAL HEATING COILS/ STAINLESS STEEL

MAIN ENGINE

MAKER / TYPE MAN 6S50ME-B9.2

A word with the captain...

Redentor I. Hecita Captain
  • Q1 How you would describe the life onboard a Green Ship?

    My life onboard Green Ship is not different from the life I had been with my previous employment. But of course, every time you board a ship, you always make a new story of your life. At Green Ship, I find it here more challenging because the vessel is much modern, and every task I do is more motivating and stimulating. You have to endure all the burdens and responsibilities to perform your duties to the best you can and meet the expectations of the company. Also as a Master onboard, the relationships with crewmates, although right from the start, you have to implement your own systems and standards when work is concerned, and somehow gained friendships, others may not understand or misunderstood what you aim for or what you impart to them, but through patience and tolerance, with balance decisions and understanding, we learned from one another, I have helped and teaches them to the fullest of my own knowledge, and through these, we unite and work as a team to fulfill our purpose onboard.

  • Q2 Having you onboard in our Green fleet for a long time, why you select Aegean Shipping for your career?

    I had been with a different shipping company before and had seen and experience their treatment with their crews that in my mind and heart, I had it compared. But having been with Aegean Shipping for a long time, made me realized that I honestly wanted to build a lasting relationship with a certain shipping company, that I decided and hope that I would find it here with Aegean Shipping.Although I know that there are things that we don’t meet with each other, but through my own experience with your company, you somehow manage to give in to some favors I had requested or sometimes take into considerations some of our demands that you think would benefited us. And also for the relationship I gained with the Company and the crews that I still want to try and give my trust and confidence to work with your Company and hoping also that you may find may services and performances meets your standards and expectations. The Company also trying their very best to be observant, noticed and give credit to some of the essentials, sacrifices and efforts of the crew to do their duties which promoted them to the ranks/positions that they deserved. Through these, I hope and looking forward to a long working relationship with your Company. God Bless Us Always.

  • Q3 For what reasons you would recommend to someone to join our Green fleet?

    I would likely recommend ASM, because having visited the Company and meet some of the persons involved in the management, known and being familiar with the Company standard and the vessels (our Green fleet) that can keep the pace and meet with the fast growing of modernization in the shipping company are some reasons to recommend. And to all aspiring ratings/officers when some demands due to some prospects, they can consider it as a testing of their capabilities and an opportunity for them show how much they can go and have a chance to be able to get into a promotion. This might be the best chance to take care of their career and reach whatever goal they wanted to achieve in life.

INTERTANKO CHARTERING QUESTIONNAIRE 88 - OIL/CHEMICALVersion 5 Created at Q88.com
1.GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1Date updated:Apr 20, 2019
1.2Vessel's name (IMO number):Green Planet (9669914)
1.3Vessel's previous name(s) and date(s) of change:Not Applicable
1.4Date delivered / Builder (where built):Apr 03, 2014 / DAESUN , SHIPBUILDING & ENGINEERING CO LTD BUSAN KOREA
1.5Flag / Port of Registry:Liberia / Monrovia
1.6Call sign / MMSI:D5FK2 / 636016290
1.7Vessel's contact details (satcom/fax/email etc.):Tel: 00870 771 307 707/708 , 00870 773 912 484
Fax: 00870 783204306
Email: greenplanet@aegean-shipping.com
1.8Type of vessel (as described in Form A or Form B Q1.11 of the IOPPC):Oil Tanker
1.9Type of hull:Double Hull
Ownership and Operation
1.10Registered owner - Full style:AEGEANSUN ALPHA INC.
TRUST COMPANY COMPLEX , AJELTAKE ROAD , AJELTAKE ISLAND , MAJURO , MH 96960
Marshall Islands
Tel: NA
Fax: NA
Telex: NA
Email: NA
Web: NA
1.11Technical operator - Full style:AEGEAN SHIPPING MANAGEMENT SA
10,AKTI KONDILI STR,PIRAEUS,GREECE . 18545
Greece
Tel: 00302104586000
Fax: 00302104586242
Email: operations@aegean-shipping.com
Web: WWW.AEGEANOIL.COM
Company IMO#: 1649150
1.12Commercial operator - Full style:AEGEAN SHIPPING MANAGEMENT SA
AKTI KONDILI 10 , PIRAEUS , 18545
Greece
Tel: 00302104586000
Fax: 00302104586242
Email: operations@aegean-shipping.com
Web: WWW.AEGEANOIL.COM
1.13Disponent owner - Full style:
Insurance
1.14P & I Club - Full Style:AMERICAN CLUB
ONE BATTERY PARK PLAZA , 31st FLOOR , NEW YORK , NEW YORK 100004 U.S.A.
Tel: 0012128474500
Fax: 0012128474599
Email: INFO@AMERICAN-CLUB.COM
Web: WWW.AMERICAN-CLUB.COM
1.15P & I Club pollution liability coverage / expiration date:1,000,000,000 US$Feb 20, 2020
1.16Hull & Machinery insured by - Full Style:
(Specify broker or leading underwriter)
Marine Insurance & Re-Insurance international Cons
154 Sygrou Avenue , 2nd Floor Kallithea , 17671 Greece
Tel: 00302115551000
Fax: 00302115551090
1.17Hull & Machinery insured value / expiration date:30,000,000 US$Apr 03, 2020
Classification
1.18Classification society:Lloyds Register
1.19Class notation:+100A1 , DOUBLE HULL OIL & CHEMICAL TANKER,SHIP TYPE IMO 2 & 3,CSR,ESP,SHIPRIGHT(CM,ACS(B)),LI,*IWS,SPM4,+LMC,UMS,IGS,ECO(EEDI,IHM,VECS-L,DIST),COW()LR),ETA,PART HIGHER TENSILE STEEL,SHIPRIGHT(BWMP(S),SCM,SERS)
1.20Is the vessel subject to any conditions of class, class extensions, outstanding memorandums or class recommendations? If yes, give details:No
N/A
1.21If classification society changed, name of previous and date of change:, Not Applicable
1.22Does the vessel have ice class? If yes, state what level:N/A,
1.23Date / place of last dry-dock:Apr 08, 2019 / Setubal Portugal
1.24Date next dry dock due / next annual survey due:Apr 02, 2024Apr 02, 2020
1.25Date of last special survey / next special survey due:Apr 08, 2019Apr 02, 2024
1.26If ship has Condition Assessment Program (CAP), what is the latest overall rating:No,
Dimensions
1.27Length overall (LOA):183.10 m
1.28Length between perpendiculars (LBP):174.00 m
1.29Extreme breadth (Beam):32.20 m
1.30Moulded depth:19.10 m
1.31Keel to masthead (KTM)/ Keel to masthead (KTM) in collapsed condition, if applicable:47.91 m m
1.32Distance bridge front to center of manifold:55.10 m
1.33Bow to center manifold (BCM) / Stern to center manifold (SCM):92.40 m90.60 m
1.34Parallel body distances:LightshipNormal BallastSummer Dwt
Forward to mid-point manifold:32.24 m35.20 m35.20 m
Aft to mid-point manifold:30.76 m34.93 m51.37 m
Parallel body length:63 m70.13 m86.57 m
Tonnages
1.35Net Tonnage:13,885.00
1.36Gross Tonnage / Reduced Gross Tonnage (if applicable):30,264.0023,735
1.37Suez Canal Tonnage - Gross (SCGT) / Net (SCNT):31,719.3026,881.84
1.38Panama Canal Net Tonnage (PCNT):25,221.00
Loadline Information
1.39LoadlineFreeboardDraftDeadweightDisplacement
Summer:5.81 m13.30 m50,843.83 MT61,921 MT
Winter:6.09 m13.01 m49,939 MT60,639 MT
Tropical:5.54 m13.56 m52,907 MT63,607 MT
Lightship:16.31 m2.80 m 11,200.00 MT
Normal Ballast Condition:11.72 m7.385 m20,593.90 MT31,793.90 MT
Segregated Ballast Condition:11.72 m7.38 m22,300.00 MT33,385.00 MT
1.40FWA/TPC at summer draft:295.00 mm52.50 MT
1.41Does vessel have multiple SDWT? If yes, please provide all assigned loadlines:Yes
44999, 34999, 29999, 50843.83
1.42Constant (excluding fresh water):100.00 MT
1.43What is the company guidelines for Under Keel Clearance (UKC) for this vessel?Alongside: 40cm Ocean Passage: 20% of draft STS Operation: 20% of draft Confined waters: 10% of draft Canal Passage: as per local regulations SBM CBM and Sea Island: 15% of draft
1.44What is the max height of mast above waterline (air draft)Full MastCollapsed Mast
Summer deadweight:34.62 m0 m
Normal ballast:40.53 m0 m
Lightship:45.11 m0 m
 
2.CERTIFICATESIssuedLast AnnualLast IntermediateExpires
2.1Safety Equipment Certificate (SEC):Apr 20, 2019Apr 02, 2024
2.2Safety Radio Certificate (SRC)Apr 20, 2019Apr 02, 2024
2.3Safety Construction Certificate (SCC):Apr 20, 2019Apr 02, 2020
2.4International Loadline Certificate (ILC):Apr 20, 2019Apr 02, 2024
2.5International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate (IOPPC):Jun 27, 2017Apr 20, 2019Jun 26, 2022
2.6International Ship Security Certificate (ISSC):Oct 05, 2014Jun 28, 2017Oct 04, 2019
2.7Maritime Labour Certificate (MLC):Oct 05, 2014 Jun 28, 2017Oct 04, 2019
2.8ISM Safety Management Certificate (SMC):Oct 05, 2014Jun 28, 2017Oct 04, 2019
2.9Document of Compliance (DOC):Apr 20, 2018Apr 21, 2023
2.10USCG Certificate of Compliance (USCGCOC):Jan 22, 2017NoneJan 21, 2019
2.11Civil Liability Convention (CLC) 1992 Certificate:Feb 20, 2019  Feb 20, 2020
2.12Civil Liability for Bunker Oil Pollution Damage Convention (CLBC) Certificate:Feb 20, 2019  Feb 20, 2020
2.13Liability for the Removal of Wrecks Certificate (WRC):Feb 20, 2019  Feb 20, 2020
2.14U.S. Certificate of Financial Responsibility (COFR):Mar 21, 2017  Mar 21, 2020
2.15Certificate of Class (COC):Apr 20, 2019Apr 02, 2024
2.16International Sewage Pollution Prevention Certificate (ISPPC):Apr 20, 2019  Apr 02, 2024
2.17Certificate of Fitness (COF):Apr 20, 2019Apr 02, 2024
2.18International Energy Efficiency Certificate (IEEC):Apr 03, 2014   
2.19International Air Pollution Prevention Certificate (IAPPC):Apr 20, 2019Apr 02, 2024
Documentation
2.20Owner warrant that vessel is member of ITOPF and will remain so for the entire duration of this voyage/contract:Yes
2.21Does vessel have in place a Drug and Alcohol Policy complying with OCIMF guidelines for Control of Drugs and Alcohol Onboard Ship?Yes
2.22Is the ITF Special Agreement on board (if applicable)?Yes
2.23ITF Blue Card expiry date (if applicable):Apr 30, 2019
 
3.CREW
3.1Nationality of Master:Filipino
3.2Number and nationality of Officers:9Filipino
3.3Number and nationality of Crew:12Filipino
3.4What is the common working language onboard:ENGLISH
3.5Do officers speak and understand English:Yes
3.6If Officers/Crew employed by a Manning Agency - Full style:Officers:
PTC , PHILIPPINE TRANSMARINE CARRIERS , INC
FIRST MARITIME PLACE , 7458 BAGTIKAN STREET , SAN ANTONIO VILLAGE , MAKATI CITY 1203 , 1203 , PHILIPPINES
Tel: 006327981111
Fax: 006328981107
Telex: N/A
Email: PTC-Aegean@ptc.com.ph,communication@ptc.com.ph
Web: WWW.PTC.COM.PH

Crew:
PTC , PHILIPPINE TRANSMARINE CARRIERS , INC
FIRST MARITIME PLACE , 7458 BAGTIKAN STREET , SAN ANTONIO VILLAGE , MAKATI CITY 1203 , 1203 , PHILIPPINES
Tel: 006327981111
Fax: 006328981107
Email: PTC-Aegean@ptc.com.ph,communication@ptc.com.ph
Web: www.ptc.com.ph
 
4.FOR USA CALLS
4.1Has the vessel Operator submitted a Vessel Spill Response Plan to the US Coast Guard which has been approved by official USCG letter?Yes
4.2Qualified individual (QI) - Full style:Hudson Marine Management Service
4350 , HADDONFIELD ROAD , FAIRWAY CORPORATE CENTER II , SUITE #302 , PENNSAUKEN , NEW JERSEY 08109 , USA
Tel: 0018564860800
Fax: 0018564860081
Email: REPORTING@HUDSONMARINE.COM
4.3Oil Spill Response Organization (OSRO) - Full style:Marine Spill Response Corporation
220 Spring Street Suite 500 Herndon, Virginia 20170 , USA
Tel: 0018002596772 , 0017
4.4Salvage and Marine Firefighting Services (SMFF) - Full Style:T&T SALVAGE LLC
8717 Humble Westfield Road Humble, TX 77338 , USA
Tel: 0012814464010 , 0017
Email: info@ttsalvage.com , vesselresponse@ttsalvage.com
 
5.SAFETY/HELICOPTER
5.1Is the vessel operated under a Quality Management System? If Yes, what type of system? (ISO9001 or IMO Resolution A.741(18) as amended):Yes
IMO Resolution A.741(18)
5.2Can the ship comply with the ICS Helicopter Guidelines?Yes
5.2.1If Yes, state whether winching or landing area provided:Winching
5.2.2If Yes, what is the diameter of the circle provided:4.80 m
 
6.COATING/ANODES
Tank Coating
6.1Tank CoatingCoatedTypeTo What ExtentAnodes
Cargo tanks:YesHARD EPOXY PHENOLIC EPICON T-800WHOLENo
Ballast tanks:YesHARD EPOXY Bannoh 2000 greyWHOLEYes
Slop tanks:YesHARD EPOXY PHENOLIC EPICON T-800Whole Tank
 
7.BALLAST
7.1Pumps:No.TypeCapacityAt What Head (sg=1.0)
Ballast Pumps:2SUBMERGED CENTRIFUGAL750 m3/hr35 m
Ballast Eductors:1100 m3/hr35 m
 
8.CARGO-OIL/CHEMICAL
Double Hull Vessels
8.1Is vessel fitted with centerline bulkhead in all cargo tanks? If Yes, solid or perforated:Yes, Solid
Cargo Tank Capacities
8.2Number of cargo tanks and total cubic capacity (98%):1252,003.87 m3
8.2.1Capacity (98%) of each natural segregation with double valve (specify tanks):Seg#1: 6489.55 m3 (1 P/S)
Seg#2: 8991.63 m3 (2 P/S)
Seg#3: 9203.26 m3 (3 P/S)
Seg#4: 9203.74 m3 (4 P/S)
Seg#5: 9390.18 m3 (5 P/S)
Seg#6: 8913.31 m3 (6 P/S)
8.2.2IMO class (Oil/Chemical Ship Type 1, 2 or 3):2,3
8.3Number of slop tanks and total cubic capacity (98%):21,176.81 m3
8.3.1Specify segregations which slops tanks belong to and their capacity with double valve:
8.3.2Residual/Retention oil tank(s) capacity (98%), if applicable:143.85 m3
SBT Vessels
8.3.3What is total SBT capacity and percentage of SDWT vessel can maintain?21,760.00 m342.79 %
8.3.4Does vessel meet the requirements of MARPOL Annex I Reg 18.2:Yes
Cargo Handling and Pumping Systems
8.4How many grades/products can vessel load/discharge with double valve segregation:6
8.4.1State type of cargo containment (integral, independent, gravity or pressure tanks):
8.5Are there any cargo tank filling restrictions?
If yes, specify number of slack tanks, max s.g., ullage restrictions etc.:
No
N/A
8.6Max loading rate for homogenous cargoWith VECSWithout VECS
Loaded per manifold connection: m3/hr1,500 m3/hr (Provided that cargo is loaded, concurrently, at more than one tank.)
Loaded simultaneously through all manifolds: m3/hr4,380.00 m3/hr
Cargo Control Room
8.7Is ship fitted with a Cargo Control Room (CCR):Yes
8.8Can tank innage / ullage be read from the CCR:Yes
Gauging and Sampling
8.9Is gauging system certified and calibrated? If no, specify which ones are not calibrated:Yes,
What type of gauging system as per IBC 13.1 is fitted (Open/Restricted/Closed)?
What type of fixed closed tank gauging system is fitted:RADAR BEAM TYPE MUSASINO
Is a tank overflow control system fitted? If yes, then state if system includes automatic closing of valves?:Yes,
Are overfill (high) alarms fitted? If Yes, indicate whether to all tanks or partial:Yes, All
8.9.1Can cargo be transferred under closed loading conditions in accordance with ISGOTT 11.1.6.6?Yes
8.9.2Are cargo tanks fitted with multipoint gauging? If yes, specify type and locations:N/A,
8.10Number of portable gauging units (example- MMC) on board:3
Vapor Emission Control System (VECS)
8.11Is a Vapour Emission Control System (VECS) fitted?Yes
8.12Number/size of VECS manifolds (per side):2300 mm
8.13Number / size / type of VECS reducers:
Venting
8.14State what type of venting system is fitted:P/V VALVES
Cargo Manifolds and Reducers
8.15Total number / size of cargo manifold connections on each side:6 / 300.00 mm
8.15.1Does the vessel have a Common Line Manifold connection? If yes, describe:
8.16What type of valves are fitted at manifold:Butterfly
8.17What is the material/rating of the manifold:S STEEL SUS 316L-E /
8.17.1Does vessel comply with the latest edition of the OCIMF 'Recommendations for Oil Tanker Manifolds and Associated Equipment'?Yes
8.18Distance between cargo manifold centers:2,000.00 mm
8.19Distance ships rail to manifold:4,430.00 mm
8.20Distance manifold to ships side:4,600.00 mm
8.21Top of rail to center of manifold:700.00 mm
8.22Distance main deck to center of manifold:2,100.00 mm
8.23Spill tank grating to center of manifold:900.00 mm
8.24Manifold height above the waterline in normal ballast / at SDWT condition:13.815 m7.91 m
8.25Number / size / type of reducers:6 x 300/300mm (12/12")
6 x 300/250mm (12/10")
6 x 300/200mm (12/8")
7 x 300/400mm (12/16")
2 x 300/150mm (12/6")
ANSI
8.26Is vessel fitted with a stern manifold? If yes, state size:No, 0 mm
Heating
8.27Cargo / slop tanks fitted with a cargo heating system?TypeCoiledMaterial
Cargo TanksHEATING COILSYesSS
Slop Tanks:Heating CoilsYesSS
8.27.1Is a Thermal Oil Heating system fitted? If yes, identify tanks?:,
8.28Maximum temperature cargo can be loaded / maintained:66.0 °C / 150.8 °F66 °C / 150.8 °F
8.28.1Minimum temperature cargo can be loaded / maintained:
Inert Gas and Crude Oil Washing
8.29Is an Inert Gas System (IGS) fitted / operational?Yes / Yes
8.29.1Is a Crude Oil Washing (COW) installation fitted / operational?Yes / Yes
8.30Is IGS supplied by flue gas, inert gas (IG) generator and/or nitrogen:IG Generator
8.30.1If nitrogen generator, specify the applicable flow rate for each of the designed purity modes:
Cargo Pumps
8.31How many cargo pumps can be run simultaneously at full capacity:8
8.32Pumps:No.TypeCapacityAt What Head (sg=1.0)
Cargo Pumps:12SUBMERGED CENTRIFUGAL600 M3/HR
Cargo Eductors: m3/hr m
Stripping: m3/hr m
8.33Is at least one emergency portable cargo pump provided?Yes
Tank Cleaning Systems
8.34Is tank cleaning equipment fixed in cargo tanks?Yes
8.35Is portable tank cleaning equipment provided?Yes
8.36Tank washing pump capacity: m3/hr
8.37Is a washing water heater fitted? If yes is it operational and state max washing water temperature:Yes,
80 °C
8.38What is the maximum number of machines that can be operated at their designed max pressure?2
Other Deck Equipment
8.39Is vessel fitted with a remote cargo tank temperature monitoring system. If yes, is it operational?Yes, Yes
8.40Is vessel fitted with a remote cargo tank pressure monitoring system. If yes, is it operational?Yes, Yes
8.41Is vessel fitted with a cargo tank drier. If yes is it operational and state capacity:No, N/A, m3/hr
8.42Is vessel fitted with a cargo cooling system. If yes is it operational and state tanks applicable:No, N/A,
8.43Is steam available on deck?Yes
 
9.MOORING
9.1Wires (on drums)No.DiameterMaterialLengthBreaking Strength
Forecastle: mm m MT
Main deck fwd: mm m MT
Main deck aft: mm m MT
Poop deck: mm m MT
9.2Wire tailsNo.DiameterMaterialLengthBreaking Strength
Forecastle: mm m MT
Main deck fwd: mm m MT
Main deck aft: mm m MT
Poop deck: mm m MT
9.3Ropes (on drums)No.DiameterMaterialLengthBreaking Strength
Forecastle:456.00 mmMIXED 40/60220.00 m67.00 MT
Main deck fwd:356.00 mmMIXED 40/60220.00 m67.00 MT
Main deck aft:356.00 mmMIXED 40/60220.00 m67.00 MT
Poop deck:656.00 mmMIXED 40/60220.00 m67.00 MT
9.4Other linesNo.DiameterMaterialLengthBreaking Strength
Forecastle:557 mm56220.00 m67.00 MT
Main deck fwd: mm m MT
Main deck aft: mm m MT
Poop deck:557 mm56220.00 m67.00 MT
9.5WinchesNo.No. DrumsMotive PowerBrake CapacityType of Brake
Forecastle:2DOUBLEHYDRAULIC DRIVEN40.20 MTMANUAL
Main deck fwd:1TRIPLEHYDRAULIC DRIVEN40.20 MTMANUAL
Main deck aft:1TRIPLEHYDRAULIC DRIVEN40.20 MTMANUAL
Poop deck:3DOUBLEHYDRAULIC DRIVEN40.20 MTMANUAL
9.6Bitts, closed chocks/fairleadsNo. BittsSWL BittsNo. Closed ChocksSWL Closed Chocks
Forecastle:464 MT967 MT
Main deck fwd:292 MT1067 MT
Main deck aft:292 MT467 MT
Poop deck:864 MT1967 MT
Anchors/Emergency Towing System
9.7Number of shackles on port / starboard cable:12 / 11
9.8Type / SWL of Emergency Towing system forward:CHAIN STOPPER TONGUE TYPE204 MT
9.9Type / SWL of Emergency Towing system aft:DK ENT , ETS 4000-DKA204 MT
9.10.1What is size of closed chock and/or fairleads of enclosed type on stern:600 X 450
Escort Tug
9.10.2What is SWL of closed chock and/or fairleads of enclosed type on stern:204.00 MT
9.11What is SWL of bollard on poop deck suitable for escort tug:92.00 MT
Lifting Equipment/Gangway
9.12Derrick / Crane description (Number, SWL and location):Cranes: 1 x 10.00 Tonnes
Center
9.13Accommodation ladder direction:Aft
Does vessel have a portable gangway? If yes, state length:Yes13 m
Single Point Mooring (SPM) Equipment
9.14Does the vessel meet the recommendations in the latest edition of OCIMF 'Recommendations for Equipment Employed in the Bow Mooring of Conventional Tankers at Single Point Moorings (SPM)'?Yes
9.15If fitted, how many chain stoppers:1
9.16State type / SWL of chain stopper(s):TONGUE TYPE204.00 MT
9.17What is the maximum size chain diameter the bow stopper(s) can handle:76 mm
9.18Distance between the bow fairlead and chain stopper/bracket:3,500.00 m
9.19Is bow chock and/or fairlead of enclosed type of OCIMF recommended size (600mm x 450mm)? If not, give details of size:Yes
 
10.PROPULSION
10.1SpeedMaximumEconomical
Ballast speed:15 Kts (WSNP)13 Kts (WSNP)
Laden speed:14 Kts (WSNP)13 Kts (WSNP)
10.2What type of fuel is used for main propulsion / generating plant:IFO 360 , IFO 180 , Low Sulphur, Low Low SulphurIFO and MGO/DO
10.3Type / Capacity of bunker tanks:Fuel Oil: 1,377.84 m3
Diesel Oil: 152.43 m3
Gas Oil: 162.98 m3
10.4Is vessel fitted with fixed or controllable pitch propeller(s):Fixed
10.5EnginesNoCapacityMake/Type
Main engine:17,570 KwHundai MAN B&W
Aux engine:31,005 KwHundai HHI 6L21/33
Power packs:STX (3 Hydraulic and 2 Engines) m3
Boilers:118.00 MT/HrAalborg OM 18000
Bow/Stern Thruster
10.6What is brake horse power of bow thruster (if fitted):N/A, bhp
10.7What is brake horse power of stern thruster (if fitted):N/A, bhp
Emissions
10.8Main engine IMO NOx emission standard:Tier II
10.9Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI) rating number:4.3472
 
11.SHIP TO SHIP TRANSFER
11.1Does vessel comply with recommendations contained in OCIMF/ICS Ship To Ship Transfer Guide (Petroleum, Chemicals or Liquified Gas, as applicable)?Yes
11.2What is maximum outreach of cranes / derricks outboard of the ship's side:8.90 m
11.3Date/place of last STS operation:26 Oct 2017 Chalmette
 
12.RECENT OPERATIONAL HISTORY
12.1Last three cargoes / charterers / voyages (Last / 2nd Last / 3rd Last):
12.2Has vessel been involved in a pollution, grounding, serious casualty or collision incident during the past 12 months? If yes, full description:Pollution: No,
Grounding: No,
Casualty: No,
Repair: No,
Collision: No,
12.3Date and place of last Port State Control inspection:Nov 02, 2018 / Baranquila Colombia
12.4Any outstanding deficiencies as reported by any Port State Control? If yes, provide details:N/A
12.5Recent Oil company inspections/screenings (To the best of owners knowledge and without guarantee of acceptance for future business)*:

*"Approvals" are not given by Oil Majors and ships are accepted for the voyage on a case by case basis.
Contact owner for details.
12.6Date / place of last SIRE inspection:Feb 21, 2019 / Rotterdam Netherlands
12.6.1Date / place of last CDI inspection:Feb 17, 2019 / ROTTERDAM
12.7Additional information relating to features of the ship or operational characteristics:
Revised 2018 (INTERTANKO / Q88.com)
Green Planet (Double Hull)
F.P.T
1,563.66
No1 S.B.T (P)
1,550.10
No1 C.O.T (P)
3,255.15
No1 C.O.T (S)
3,250.52
No1 S.B.T (S)
1,836.15
No2 S.B.T (P)
1,505.58
No2 C.O.T (P)
4,497.20
No2 C.O.T (S)
4,481.77
No2 S.B.T (S)
1,781.53
No3 S.B.T (P)
1,504.81
No3 C.O.T (P)
4,603.63
No3 C.O.T (S)
4,587.54
No3 S.B.T (S)
1,779.85
No4 S.B.T (P)
1,503.72
No4 C.O.T (P)
4,604.68
No4 C.O.T (S)
4,588.59
No4 S.B.T (S)
1,778.85
No5 S.B.T (P)
1,496.35
No5 C.O.T (P)
4,604.68
No5 C.O.T (S)
4,588.59
No5 S.B.T (S)
1,771.38
No6 S.B.T (P)
1,402.04
No6 C.O.T (P)
4,480.35
No6 C.O.T (S)
4,441.39
No6 S.B.T (S)
1,677.08
No7 S.B.T (P)
275.52
SLOP T. (P)
524.69
SLOP T. (S)
657.34
No7 S.B.T (S)
331.99
Poop Deck

 Notes
Tank Groups
GroupTank%Cubic (m3)
Slop SLOP T. (P) 98% 524.69
  SLOP T. (S) 98% 657.34
Group Total 2 Tanks 98% 1,182.03
Seg#1 No1 C.O.T (P) 98% 3,255.15
  No1 C.O.T (S) 98% 3,250.52
Group Total 2 Tanks 98% 6,505.67
Seg#2 No2 C.O.T (P) 98% 4,497.20
  No2 C.O.T (S) 98% 4,481.77
Group Total 2 Tanks 98% 8,978.97
Seg#3 No3 C.O.T (P) 98% 4,603.63
  No3 C.O.T (S) 98% 4,587.54
Group Total 2 Tanks 98% 9,191.17
Seg#4 No4 C.O.T (P) 98% 4,604.68
  No4 C.O.T (S) 98% 4,588.59
Group Total 2 Tanks 98% 9,193.27
Seg#5 No5 C.O.T (P) 98% 4,604.68
  No5 C.O.T (S) 98% 4,588.59
Group Total 2 Tanks 98% 9,193.27
Seg#6 No6 C.O.T (P) 98% 4,480.35
  No6 C.O.T (S) 98% 4,441.39
Group Total 2 Tanks 98% 8,921.74
Grand Total 14 Tanks 98% 53,166.12
Ex-slops 12 Tanks 98% 51,984.09
Ballast F.P.T 100% 1,563.66
  No1 S.B.T (P) 100% 1,550.10
  No1 S.B.T (S) 100% 1,836.15
  No2 S.B.T (P) 100% 1,505.58
  No2 S.B.T (S) 100% 1,781.53
  No3 S.B.T (P) 100% 1,504.81
  No3 S.B.T (S) 100% 1,779.85
  No4 S.B.T (P) 100% 1,503.72
  No4 S.B.T (S) 100% 1,778.85
  No5 S.B.T (P) 100% 1,496.35
  No5 S.B.T (S) 100% 1,771.38
  No6 S.B.T (P) 100% 1,402.04
  No6 S.B.T (S) 100% 1,677.08
  No7 S.B.T (P) 100% 275.52
  No7 S.B.T (S) 100% 331.99
Group Total 15 Tanks 100% 21,758.61

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