MaritimeNews ® 06-Aug-2015 11:10

A Live Fish Carrier designed by Skipsteknisk and currently under construction at Turkey’s Besiktas Shipyard is shown in today’s image.
The ship’s construction is part of a deal signed in 2013 between Besiktas Shipyard and Norwegian shipping company Intership for the construction of 2 live fish carriers.
This ST-550 Live Fish Carrier is designed for operation along the Norwegian coast or in other salmon farming coastal areas.
The vessel is a single screw propelled vessel, designed with low resistance hull to achieve low fuel oil consumption during transport.
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Main Characteristics
Overall length
74.60 m
Length between p.p.
70.20 m
Breadth moulded
17.00 m
Depth to main deck
74.20 m
Max. draught
approx. 6.30 m
World Maritime News Staff; Image: Besiktas Shipyard
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