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And see "OLYMPIA" as : Kaombo Norte
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"Olympia". Picture was taken in February 2009, in Fujairah.
( Photo by Pierre DECARPIGNY, ex Chief Engineer on VLCC's )
"Olympia". Picture was taken in February 2009, in Fujairah.
( Photo by Pierre DECARPIGNY, ex Chief Engineer on VLCC's )
"Olympia". Picture was taken in February 2009, in Fujairah.
( Photo by Pierre DECARPIGNY, ex Chief Engineer on VLCC's )
"Olympia". Picture was taken in February 2009, in Fujairah.
( Photo by Pierre DECARPIGNY, ex Chief Engineer on VLCC's )
"Olympia". Europoort 2009-03-2002.
( Photo copyright Frans Caspers )
"Olympia". Europoort 2009-03-2002.
( Photo copyright Frans Caspers )
 
"Olympia" and "Mare Baltic", left, Europoort, Rotterdam.
( Photo Copyright Edwin Van Werd )
 
"Olympia" and "Mare Baltic", left, Europoort, Rotterdam.
( Photo Copyright Edwin Van Werd )
 "Olympia".
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The Miramar Ship Index for
OLYMPIA
IDNo / IMO
9387542
Year
2008
Name
OLYMPIA
Flag
FRA
Owner
Euronav NV
Type
Tanker
Tons
160991
DWT
315981
LOA
333,10
LPP
319,00
Beam
60,10
Dept
30,50
Draft
22,50
Machinery
1D-
kW
29340
ShipDesign
VLCC
Builder
Hyunday Heavy Ind., Co., Ltd.
Yard
Ulsan
Yard No
1925
Country built
KOR
Keel
30.06.2008
Launch
10.2008
Completed
27.11.2008
Subsequent History
2014 Converted to FPSO Tanker
2014 KAOMBO NORTE -
End
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Disposal Data
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Source : Tanker Operator, July 25 2014
Sembcorp Marine’s wholly-owned subsidiary Sembawang Shipyard has won a contract worth about Sing$600 mill from Saipem for the conversion of two VLCCs into FPSOs for the Kaombo project in Offshore Angola (see above).
The first VLCC, ‘Olympia’, is expected to enter Sembawang Shipyard in the third quarter of this year, while the second VLCC, ‘Antartica’, will be in the shipyard during first quarter 2015. The total conversion will take 32 months. Both vessels were formerly owned by Euronav.

Under the terms of the contract, Sembawang is responsible for the conversion of the two sister ships into twin turret-moored FPSOs for the project located about 150 km from the Angolan coast.

The two converted FPSOs, owned by Total, will each have an oil treating capacity of 115,000 barrels per day, a water injection capacity of 200,000 barrels per day, a 100 mill scfd gas compression capacity and a storage capacity of 1.7 mill barrels of oil.

OLYMPIA

IMO NUMBER
9387542
VESSEL TYPE
CRUDE OIL TANKER
HULL TYPE
DOUBLE HULL
GROSS TONNAGE
161.500 tons
SUMMER DWT
291.180 tons
SUMMER DWT
315.983 mtons
BUILD
2008
BUILDER
HYUNDAI HEAVY INDUSTRIES ULSAN - SOUTH KOREA
FLAG
FRANCE INTERNATIONAL REGISTER
MANAGER/OWNER
EURONAV ANTWERP - BELGIUM
INSURER
BRITANNIA STEAMSHIP U.K.

VESSEL DETAILS
DIMENSIONS
BREADTH MOULDED
60,00 m
DEPTH
30,50 m
DRAUGHT
22,50 m
FREEBOARD
8.000,0 mm
LENGTH OVERALL
333,00 m
COMMUNICATION
CALL SIGN
FNRO
PROPULSION
ENGINE
MAN B&W
HISTORICAL INFO
DATE OF ORDER
2006 Mar 01
YARD NUMBER
1.925
DELIVERED
2008 Nov
HISTORICAL INFO
FORMER FLAGS
since 2008 Nov 26 BELGIUM