m/v Ken Wave

Name: Ken Wave
Type: Bulk Carrier
Lenght: 189.99 m
Beam: 32.25 m
Draft: 12.69 m
Deadweight: 70,000 m.t.
GT: 31,759 g.t.
Engine: B&W 6S50MC-C
Power: 9,070 kW
Speed: 14.5 kn

Ken Wave is bulk carrier built in 2010 by Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding with deadweight of 56,104 metric tons. The ship is having overall length of 189.99 meters and length between perpendiculars of 182.00 meters. The beam of the ship is 32.25 meters and the draft, when the ship is fully loaded can reach 12.69 meters. The bulk carrier Ken Wave is having gross tonnage of 31,759 gross tons and cargo capacity for more than 70,000 cubic meters, which is providing large profits for the owner. The bulk carrier was built in the Chiba Works Shipyard, which is one of the best Asian workplaces for building of large vessels. The builders installed quality and reliable engine Mitsui-MAN B&W 6S50MC-C , which is providing total power of 9,070 kW at 125 rpm . The main engine is quite high revolutions for ship engine, but

having low fuel consumption and giving pretty large service speed of 14.5 knots. The main engine is complies with all the requirements of MARPOL and IMO for low CO2 emissions and provide s high number of flexibility . The ship is designed to be from Handymax type and is part of the series of Mitsui , which are highly appreciated on the market and orders are flying to the shipbuilder. Ken Wave is made according to IACS Common Structural Rules designed with hull shape to de effective and fuel saving. The main engine is designed to have low fuel consumption and how lub oil consumption, based on high effective propulsive performance . The bulk carrier Ken Wave has 5 cargo hold and all of them are designed to be proper for different cargoes even heavy cargoes. The holds have high strength of the hatches for reliable carrying of cargoes through the oceans all over the world. The ship Ken Wave is very modern and has everything to give high profits for the ship-owner and ship-operator. The bulk carrier has large cargo capacity for the size and measurements. This is quite important for the years of financial crisis, when the whole maritime transport is one of the sectors, which were mostly hurt from the world business.

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