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Cairu

See also : Petrobras 32

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"Cairu".
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Original Name
Cairu
Type
VLCC
Delivered
19-07-1974
IMO No
7370260
Builder & Yard
Ishikawajima Harima Heavy Ind., Co., Ltd., Kure Yard, Japan
Yard No
K2376
Engine
Steam
KW
29840
GRT
129391
NTR
107079
DWT
282747
LOA
337,09
LBP
320,00
Beam
54,50
Draft
21,62
Depth
27,79
Other names and history
1996 Petrobras 32
Rebuild as FPSO
Scrapped
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Additional information:

The Miramar Ship Index for "CAIRU"
IDNo:
7370260
Year:
1974
Name:
CAIRU
Keel:
14.11.1973
Type:
Tanker
Launch Date:
23.03.1974
Flag:
BRA
Date of completion:
22.07.1974

Tons:
129391
Link:
1
DWT:
282747
Yard No:
2376
Length overall:
337.1
Ship Design:
LPP:
320.0
Country of build:
JPN
Beam:
54.5
Builder:
Ishikawajima-Harima
Material of build:
Location of yard:
Kure
Number of screws/Mchy/Speed(kn):
1ST-15.5

Subsequent History:
1996 PETROBRAS XXXII - [ 1997 converted to FPSO tanker ] -
1997 PETROBRAS 32

Disposal Data:
-

History:
ON
LR/IMO
ID
Year
Name
Tons
Change
Registered Owner
7370260
7370260
1974
CAIRU
129391
Petroleo Brasileiro S.A.
7370260
7370260
1974
PETROBRAS XXXII
129391
1996
Braspetro Oil Services Co.
7370260
7370260
1974
PETROBRAS 32
129391
1997
Braspetro Oil Services Co.

Owner
Petroleo Brasileiro S.A.
Classification
ABS
Length (o.a.)
337.10 m
Length (b.p.)
320-00 m
Breadth (rnld)
54.50 m
Depth (mld)
27.80 m
Draft (extreme)
21.623 m
Gross tonnage
129,391
Deadweight
282,750
Cargo Oil Tank Capacity
347,063 m3
Handling Gear
4,500 m3/h x 150 m 4 sets
Speed
15.9 kts (service) 16.82 kts (trial)
Main engine
l H l Turbine 40,000 SHP
Complement
36
Delivery
July, 1975
Builder
Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. Kure Shipyard