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S/R Long Beach - (1993-2012)
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Aerial view of the "S/R Long Beach" ex. "Exxon Long Beach".
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"Exxon Long Beach" as "S/R Long Beach".
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"Exxon Long Beach" as "S/R Long Beach" at Valdez, Alaska.
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"Exxon Long Beach" as "S/R Long Beach" at Valdez, Alaska.
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"Exxon Long Beach" as "S/R Long Beach".
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"Exxon Long Beach" as "S/R Long Beach", seen in San Francisco Bay, in 1998.
( Photo by Jesper Brix )
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"Exxon Long Beach" as "S/R Long Beach".
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"Exxon Long Beach" as "S/R Long Beach".
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"Exxon Long Beach" as "S/R Long Beach".
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"S/R Long Beach" ex. "Exxon Long Beach".

Ship Report for "EXXON LONG BEACH"
IDNo:
8414532
Year:
1987
Name:
EXXON LONG BEACH
Keel:
Type:
Tanker
Launch Date:
07.11.1985
Flag:
USA
Date of completion:
04.1987

Tons:
110831
Link:
-
DWT:
211469
Yard No:
439
Length overall:
300.9
Ship Design:
LPP:
288.0
Country of build:
USA
Beam:
50.7
Builder:
National Steel (NASSCO)
Material of build:
Location of yard:
San Diego
Number of screws/Mchy/Speed(kn):
1D-16

Subsequent History:
1993 S/R LONG BEACH - 2012 BEACH

Disposal Data:
Scrapped at Xinhui 26.02.2012 [ By Jiangmen Yinhu Ship Breaking Co. ]

History:
ON
LR/IMO
ID
Year
Name
Tons
Change
Registered Owner
8414532
8414532
1987
EXXON LONG BEACH
110831
Exxon Sg Co.
8414532
8414532
1987
S/R LONG BEACH
110831
1993
SeaRiver Maritime Inc.
8414532
8414532
1987
BEACH
94999
2012
Sold to breakers

EXXON LONG BEACH FACT SHEET

Principal Characteristics
Length Overall: 987'-0"
Beam: 166'-0"
Maximum Draft: 64'-6"
Speed (at 90% MCR, Full Load): 15.8 Knots
Deadweight: 209,200 Long Tons
Cargo Capacity: 1.5 Million Barrels
Segregated Ballast (salt water): 69,955 Long Tons

Trade
Alaskan crude from Valdez to Panama for subsequent transportation to Gulf and East Coast ports; can also deliv-er Alaskan crude to West Coast ports

Hull Arrangements
Raised forecastle, transom stern, bulbous bow, deckhouse aft
11 cargo tanks
Quarters for 31 persons, including crew of 21

Propulsion Plant
Main Engine: Slow speed diesel engine, 31,650 BHP @ 78.9 RPM
The fuel efficient diesel propulsion plant is designed to burn marine bunker fuel (IF-600 Fuel)
Additional features are auxiliary and waste heat boilers, two 1430 KW diesel generators and one 600 KW emer-gency diesel generator, fresh water cooling system, and extensive fuel and lube oil purification systems

Cargo System
Grade B oil carrier
Mixed free-flow/suction arrangement with two grade segregation
Four centrifugal cargo pumps
Two independent tank gauging systems
Central cargo control room
Inert gas system for all cargo tanks
Crude oil washing system for all cargo tanks
Loading computer

Hull Machinery
Twelve electro-hydraulic mooring winches
Two anchor windlasses
High strength chain and snug stowing anchor
Two 15-ton hose cranes amidships
Eight ton stores crane aft of deckhouse
Ram-type steering gear

Navigation and Communication
Two radars
Collision avoidance system
LORAN-C
Satellite navigator
Satellite communication system
Radio direction finder
Main and auxiliary radio console
Speed log
Doppler docking system
Rate of turn indicator
Two gyro compasses
Gyro pilot with adaptive steering
Zilog onboard computer

Safety Equipment
Saltwater fire fighting system on deck
Chemical foam system with eight deck monitors
Halon flooding system for engine room
Totally enclosed covered lifeboats with engine, air support, and lifeboat radios
Life rafts