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Dijilah
"Dijilah" at Singapore Strait, February 9th, 2020.
( Photo Copyright Piet Sinke )
 "Dijilah", South Korea, 2019.
( Photo Copyright David Allen )
"Dijilah", South Korea, 2019.
( Photo Copyright David Allen )
"Dijilah" at Singapore, February 4th, 2019.
( Photo Copyright Pak Agen )

Ship info :
DIJILAH - IMO n° 9829629
Flag (Marshall Islands)
Call Sign V7A2015
MMSI 538008147
Gross tonnage 161960 (since 01/01/2019)
DWT 320596
Type of ship Crude Oil Tanker (since 01/01/2019)
Year of build 2019
Status In Service/Commission (since 17/01/2019)
Last update of ship particulars 06/10/2020

The Miramar Ship Index for
DIJILAH
IDNo / IMO
9829629
Year
2019
Name
DIJILAH
Flag
MHL
Owner
Nera Shipping SA
Type
Tanker
Tons
161960
DWT
320596
LOA
332,98
LPP
326,40
Beam
60,05
Dept
30,50
Draft
21,62
Machinery
1D-??
kW
24500
ShipDesign
ULCC
Builder
Samsung Heavy Inds - Geoje
Yard
Geoje
Yard No
2229
Country built
KOR
Keel
28.06.2019
Launch
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Completed
17.01.2019
Subsequent History
None
End
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Disposal Data
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Date updated:
Mar 17, 2021
Vessel's name (IMO number):
Dijilah (9829629)
Vessel's previous name(s) and date(s) of change:
Not Applicable
Date delivered / Builder (where built):
Jan 17, 2019 / Samsung Heavy Industries, Geoje, S. Korea
Flag / Port of Registry:
Marshall Islands / Majuro
Call sign / MMSI:
V7A2015 / 538008147
Type of vessel (as described in Form A or Form B Q1.11 of the IOPPC):
Oil Tanker
Type of hull:
Double Hull
Registered owner - Full style:
Nera Shipping S.A
Technical operator - Full style:
Synergy Maritime Private Limited
Classification society:
Lloyds Register
Length overall (LOA):
332.978 m
Length between perpendiculars (LBP):
326.40 m
Extreme breadth (Beam):
60.00 m
Net Tonnage:
110,005
Loadline
Freeboard
Draft
Deadweight
Displacement
Summer:
6.429 m
21.618 m
320,596 MT
343,160 MT
Number of cargo tanks and total cubic capacity (98%):
347,111 m3
Number of slop tanks and total cubic capacity (98%):
10,911 m3