Home' Ships and Shipping : December 2009 Contents 'Stolt Norland'
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STX Norway Design
STX Norway Florø, Norway
MC-C, rated 11,060kW
1 x MAN 4-bladed
2 x MAN 7L21/31,
1 x Rolls-Royce
Becker Marine flap rudder
Frank Mohn, Norway
Sigurd Solberg, Norway
2 x Furuno ARPA
1 x Furuno FE700
Furuno FM 8800D-duplex
Furuno Inmarsat Fleet 77
Furuno 250W MF/HF
Samsung / Ariston
5 x Viking
1 x Fassmer Service,
1 x Fassmer Service,
47.2 tonnes / day
Designed and built at the STX Norway
Florø shipyard, 'Stolt Norland' was
delivered at the end of June to owner
Registered in George Town in the
Cayman Islands, the vessel has an overall
length of 182 metres on a beam of 32
metres with a depth of 15.6 metres and a
draught of 11.87 metres.
Displacing 55,633 tonnes, the vessel has a
deadweight of 43,450DWT, gross tonnage of
2,588GRT and net tonnage of 13,418NRT.
The vessel is powered by a single MAN
B&W 7550 MC-C main engine rated at
11,060kW driving a single MAN four-bladed
CPP with a diameter of 5.65 metres.
'Stolt Norland' has twin MAN auxiliary
engines, each rated at 1,330kW, as well as a
1,100kW MAN shaft generator. A single
Rolls-Royce 1,000kW CPP acts as side
thruster, enhancing vessel manoeuvrability.
The vessel has a Becker Marine flap rudder.
'Stolt Norland's' navigation and
communications electronics were mostly
supplied by Furuno.
The vessel has a crew of 32.
'Stolt Norland' is the fourth vessel in a
series of six advanced chemical tankers to
be delivered to Stolt Tankers. Two more of
the vessels remain on the STX Norway
Florø order books.
The fore and aft sections of the vessel
were built at Wadan Yards Okean, while the
middle section, with stainless steel tanks,
was produced in Florø, Norway. The sections
were joined together in Florø, where the
final outfitting and commissioning of the
ship were also undertaken.
For further information contact:
STX Norway Florø, Norway.
PH: +47 57 746800,
FX: +47 57 746900,
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