GAS-Carriers L-Z > 75,000 CBM ( Part - 2 )
GAS-Carriers L-Z > 75,000 CBM ( Part - 2 )
Mozah

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"Mozah" at the port of Bilbao, in the background the VLCC "Atlantic Prosperity".
( Photo by Gaspar Luis Prieto )
 
"Mozah" at the port of Bilbao, in the background the VLCC "Atlantic Prosperity".
( Photo by Gaspar Luis Prieto )
 
"Mozah" at the port of Bilbao.
( Photo by Gaspar Luis Prieto )
 
"Mozah" at the port of Bilbao, in the background the VLCC "Atlantic Prosperity".
( Photo by Gaspar Luis Prieto )
 
"Mozah" at the port of Bilbao.
( Photo by Gaspar Luis Prieto )
 
Approaching South Hook No1. Milford haven, UK.,  11th May 2009.
( Photo Copyright Gordon Smith )
 
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M/V Mozah - Worlds Largest LNG Carrier  -  July 18th, 2008

Today Her Highness Sheikha Mozah Bint Nasser Al-Missned named the first Q-Max (266,000 CBM) LNG Carrier,
“MOZAH”, the world’s largest LNG vessel built to date. The special ceremony was held at Samsung
Heavy Industries shipyard on Geoje Island.
Muhammad Ghannam, Nakilat Managing Director, said; “The naming of the LNG carrier “MOZAH” is a very special
and key milestone for Nakilat as we are celebrating the very first of our 14 Q-Max ships. “MOZAH” is also the first
of twenty-five wholly-owned LNG carriers in our fleet of 54 vessels which are being built in the Korean
shipyards to serve Qatar’s massive LNG expansion projects.”
“MOZAH” will be used to ship LNG produced by Qatar Liquefied Gas Company Limited (II),
known as Qatargas 2, to customers in Europe.
The Q-Flex and the even larger Q-Max are a new generation of LNG mega-ships. The Q-Max has 80 percent more
capacity than conventional LNG carriers with about 40 percent lower energy requirement due to the economies of
scale created by their size and the efficiency of the engines. Q-Max LNG carriers are unique and purpose built for
Nakilat, the sole owner of the vessels. “MOZAH” will be on a long-term charter to Qatargas.
The Q-Max carriers are equipped with the largest membrane containment tanks ever built.
One of the five ship-board LNG membrane containment tanks is pictured here.
(Photo: Business Wire)
 
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MOZAH

IMO NUMBER
9337755
VESSEL TYPE
LNG TANKER
HULL TYPE
SINGLE HULL
GROSS TONNAGE
162.400 tons
SUMMER DWT
125.600 tons
BUILD
2008
BUILDER
SAMSUNG HEAVY INDUSTRIES ULSAN - SOUTH KOREA
FLAG
MARSHALL ISLANDS
MANAGER/OWNER
QATAR GAS DOHA - QATAR
INSURER
GARD P&I CLUB NORWAY

VESSEL DETAILS
DIMENSIONS
BREADTH EXTREME
50,00 m
BREADTH MOULDED
50,00 m
DEPTH
27,00 m
DRAUGHT
12,00 m
FREEBOARD
15.000,0 mm
LENGTH OVERALL
345,00 m
COMMUNICATION
CALL SIGN
V7PD7
HISTORICAL INFO
DATE OF ORDER
2004 Nov 01