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"ARIES VOYAGER", during at call in Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Canary Islands), 27 August 2007, on
anchorage waiting for bunkering, on voyage from Galveston to Bonny-Nigeria.
( Photo by Ignacio )
"ARIES VOYAGER".     ( Photo by Ignacio )

All photos, below, of the "Aries Voyager", are taken by F. Lucas Correa H.



"ARIES VOYAGER", during at call in Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Canary Islands), 28 August 2007, on
anchorage for bunkering, on voyage from Galveston to Bonny-Nigeria.
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ARIES VOYAGER

IMO NUMBER
9295000
VESSEL TYPE
OIL PRODUCTS TANKER
HULL TYPE
DOUBLE HULL
GROSS TONNAGE
160.808 tons
SUMMER DWT
320.871 tons
BUILD
2006
BUILDER
DSME SEOUL - SOUTH KOREA
FLAG
BAHAMAS
MANAGER/OWNER
KRISTEN NAVIGATION ATHENS - GREECE
INSURER
BRITANNIA STEAMSHIP U.K.

VESSEL DETAILS
CLASSIFICATION
A1, OIL CARRIER, , AMS, ACCU, VEC-L, FL 30, SH, RES, SHCM
GENERIC
SPEED
15,0 knots
DIMENSIONS
DRAUGHT
22,00 m
FREEBOARD
8500,0 mm
LENGTH B/W PERPENDICULARS
320,00 m
LENGTH REGISTERED
333,00 m
LOADLINE
DISPLACEMENT (SUMMER)
259992 tons
CAPACITIES
BALLAST
104806 tons
BUNKER
8569 tons
DIESEL OIL
393,04 tons
FRESHWATER
723,60 tons
FUEL OIL
8492 tons
LIQUID/OIL
350816 tons
LUBE OIL
351,16 tons
CARGO
LIFTING EQUIPMENT
ELEVATOR (SWL 0,4 tons)
ENGINE ROOM CRANE (SWL 12,5 tons)
HOSE HANDLING CRANE, PORT (SWL 20,0 tons)
HOSE HANDLING CRANE, STBD (SWL 20,0 tons)
PROVISIONS CRANE, PORT (SWL 12,5 tons)
PROVISIONS CRANE, STBD (SWL 3,0 tons)
PUMP ROOM DAVIT (SWL 2,0 tons)
STEERING GEAR ROOM DAVIT (SWL 1,5 tons)
ENGINE
BOILER HEATING SURFACE
17 mm2
MAIN DIESEL ENGINE MATERIAL
FORGED STEEL-ABS-GRADE 4C
MAIN ENGINE BUILDER
AALBORG INDUSTRIES AALBORG - DENMARK
MAIN ENGINE CYLINDER BORE
900 mm
MAIN ENGINE CYLINDERS
6
MAIN ENGINE MODEL
MISSION OS
MAIN ENGINE POWER
29412 KW
MAIN ENGINE RPM
78
MAIN ENGINE STROKE
3188 mm
COMMUNICATION
CALL SIGN
C6UK7
HISTORICAL INFO
BUILD END
2006 Feb 17
BUILD START
2005 Nov 01
DATE OF ORDER
2003 May 01
KEEL LAID
2004 Dec 07
LAUNCH DATE
2005 Dec 29
PLACE OF BUILT
MOKPO SOUTH KOREA
STEEL CUTTING
2004 Nov 29