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Antares Voyager

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Name: Frank A. Shrontz
IMO No: 9164835
Built: 12/1998
Type: Tanker
Status: In Service, renamed 2003 Antares Voyager; 2011- as Ulriken
SubType: Crude
Flag: Bahamas
DWT: 309,995
Draft: 22.52
Builder: Samsung Shipbuilding & Heavy Ind., Co., Ltd., South Korea (1228)
GT: 160,036
LOA: 333.00/318.00
Owner: Cambridge Petroleum Transport
NT: 109,604
Beam: 58.04
Speed/Cons: 16.00/-
Class: AB
Depth: 31.25
Engine Type: Samsung-MAN B&W 7S80MC Mk Vl, 25,485 kW (34,650 BHP) at 79 rpm.
Cubic: 333,701

Vessel Details: Ulriken
Vessel's name:
Ulriken
Last updated:
Jul 21, 2011
Ex-name(s):
Antares Voyager /
Frank A. Shrontz
IMO number:
9164835
Flag:
Bahamas
Call sign:
C6PZ3
Port of Registry:
Nassau
Summer DWT:
309995.8 MT
Type of vessel:
Oil Tanker
Built:
Dec 07, 1998
Type of hull:
Double Hull
Owner:
Golden State Petroleum Transport Corp.
Class Society:
American Bureau of Shipping
Operator:
Seateam Management Pte Ltd.

VESSEL DESCRIPTION
Date updated:
Jul 21, 2011
Vessel's name:
Ulriken
IMO number:
9164835
Vessel's previous name(s) and date(s) of change:
Antares Voyager (May 15, 2011)
Frank A. Shrontz (Feb 27, 2003)
Date delivered:
Dec 07, 1998
Builder (where built):
Samsung Heavy Industries, Koje, South Korea
Flag:
Bahamas
Port of Registry:
Nassau
Call sign:
C6PZ3
Type of vessel:
Oil Tanker
Type of hull:
Double Hull
Classification society:
American Bureau of Shipping
Length Over All (LOA):
333.071 m
Length Between Perpendiculars (LBP):
318.4 m
Extreme breadth (Beam):
58 m
Net Tonnage:
109604
Loadline
Freeboard
Draft
Deadweight
Displacement
Summer:
6.769 m
22.525 m
309995.8 MT
350849.2 MT
Registered owner - Full style:
Golden State Petroleum Transport Corp.
Technical operator - Full style:
Seateam Management Pte Ltd.
Total cubic capacity (98%, excluding slop tanks):
333701 m3
Slop tank(s) capacity (98%):
9883.4 m3