Inspired by nature’s constant struggle to keep our planet clean and safe, we devoted ourselves to develop container vessel powered by LNG dual fuelled two-stroke diesel engine and the world’s the most efficient safe and environmentally friendly vessel.
The Vessel design is developed targeting environmentally friendly worldwide transportation through a set of focus areas that helped us to build a green future.
LOA: 184.43 m
LBP: 173.20 m
B (MLD): 27.50 m
D: 15.80 m
DESIGN DRAUGHT: 9.00 m
SCANTLING DRAUGHT: 10.30 m
DEADWEIGHT ON DESIGN DRAUGHT: 19300 t
DEADWEIGHT ON SCANTLING DRAUGHT: 24650 t
THE VESSEL OFFERS
- Low resistance; achieved by the optimization of a hull using extensive CFD analysis and model testing
- Optimized fuel saving achieved by: LNG fuelled „ultra long stroke“ main engine (7%), optimized hull (5%), rudder with the bulb and controllable pitch propeller with large diameter and Kappel design (9%), optimized propeller speed and PTO for shaft generator frequency controlled as a part of power generating plant, gives additional fuel savings (3%) due to use of SG in combinator mode of CPP in a range of 70-100% of propeller and engine speed
- Optimized wake distribution
- Special coating for the hull for better efficiency and fuel savings (4%)
- Reduced light ship weight through 3D FEM structural analysis
- Maximum cargo capacity (25% more than other feeder container ships of similar size and trade)
- Good sea-keeping characteristics
- Functionality of the bridge
- Social education impact; academic role in student and future employees training with LNG expertise
- Functionality of communication and navigation equipment
- Reduced noise and vibration conditions for crew
- Dual fuel powered propulsion with LNG as primary fuel
- The first green container vessel with high added value to be built according to the highest EU environmental regulations, which globally achieve the largest fuel savings
- Two-stroke (ultra long stroke) main engine MAN „G“ type with low specific fuel consumption
- Controllable pitch propeller with Kappel design and rudder with the bulb means additional fuel savings and low emissions
- Efficient and safe handling of dangerous goods
- Garbage and sewage treatment plants compliant for operation in Baltic sea
- Ballast water treatment
- Extensive use of LED lighting
- Extensive waste heat recovery
- Remarkably reduced fuel consumption and cost (up to 28% considering LNG)
- Remarkably reduced emissions of greenhouse gas CO2 (for 30 %)
- Remarkably reduced emissions of NOx (for 40% comparing to conventional engines)
- Eliminated emission of SOx and solid particles (for ≥99%).
- Complete control of harmful substances emission to water and air
- Compliance with the relevant environmental regulations
Brodosplit developed the design of container vessel for transport of various container sizes. The shipyard decided to develop a new project of dual fuel feeder container vessel, emphasizing ecologically friendly approach and fuel efficiency, simultaneously aiming to achieve EEDI (energy efficiency design index) lower than IMO required for the year 2025.
The world’s key ports have committed themselves to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) while continuing their role as a transportation and economic centers. The Environmental Ship Index (ESI) identifies seagoing ships that perform better in reducing air emissions than required by the current emission standards of the International Maritime Organization, the Environmental Ship Index.
The Vessel and its equipment will be suitable for the transportation of various size of containers, including reefer containers and containers with dangerous goods. Cargo holds will have movable cell guides and all container slots in holds, while the deck will be usable for Euro pallet-wide containers.
OPERATIONAL FLEXIBILITY AND EFFICIENCY
- The Vessel and her equipment will be suitable for worldwide service. The Vessel is an environmentally friendly sea-going container ship intended to carry containers in accordance with the Vessel’s description. The vessel is strengthened and equipped for the ICE class.
- A single screw diesel engine drove Container Vessel with a bulbous bow, transom stern, and forecastle.
- Living quarters including the navigation bridge and engine room located aft.
- Double bottom/double side tanks and peak tanks intended for segregated ballast.
- Healing tanks located in the double side.
- The cargo space is divided into four (4) cargo holds with pontoon type hatch covers. The operation of the hatch covers through a lift-on/lift-off procedure. Handling the hatch covers to be done using fittings for 20’ and 40’ container-spreader as well as for cargo operation. Maximum weight per panel not to exceed 35t, including lashing material remaining on the panel.
- The cargo holds will have cell guides.
- Socket outlets for reefer containers will be arranged on the deck and in Holds No.1, No.2, and No.3.
- ISO containers 20’, 30’, 40’, 45’ and 48’, 2500mm wide Euro pallet containers
- All classes of dangerous goods according to SOLAS II-2, Reg. 19 can be carried on the main deck hatch covers.
- Dangerous goods in closed freight containers of classes 1-8 can be carried in cargo hold No.1 and classes 1.4S, 2, 3, 4, 5.1, 6.1 and 8 can be carried in cargo holds No.2 and 3. Above the engine room, Class 5, 6, 8 and 9 can be carried except for bay 38.
Container capacity based on the IMO visibility line, 8’6” high containers, for the vessel floating on scantling draught at an even keel:
- On deck 1304 TEU
- In holds 640 TEU
- Total 1944 TEU
- Including 375 FEU reefer plugs with a monitoring system for reefer containers
- 40’ container stacks in the holds are arranged for the mixed storage of 20’ and/or 40’containers.
- The clear height of the cargo holds are 6 tiers of 8’6” high containers or 5 tiers of 9'6" high containers with any combination of layers of 8'6" and 9'6" high cube containers.
- High cube containers may be carried in the holds and on deck
- Access for inspection is secured by the complete double hull configuration according to the latest IMO requirements.
- Crew safety
- Free fall life boat
- Rescue boat
- Inflatable life rafts
- Water mist fire fighting system
- Bridge visibility 360
- Permanent thermal and immersion suits
- Fireman’s outfit
LOW EMISSION MACHINERY:
- Minimized environmental impact
- Meeting existing & future emission control regulations
- MGO low sulfur ≤ 0.1% is carried inside tanks located in the engine room
- LNG fuel is stored in 2 cylindrical tanks type-C, located with the accompanying fuel gas supply system below Hold No. 4
- Easy and safe water ballast exchange and treatment
GERMANISCHER LLOYD Hull: 100 A5 E3 BWM (D1,D2) IW LC DG CONTAINER SHIP Machinery: + MC E3 AUT GF
RULES AND REGULATIONS
The latest rules and regulations that are in force, will be applicable
- Malta national Rules.
- International Convention on Load Lines 1966, as amended.
- International Convention for Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) 1974, Protocol 1978, as amended.
- International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL) 1973 and Protocol 1978, including Annex I, IV and V, and VI.
- International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea 1972, 1981 and 1987 Amendments.
- International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships 1969 and Amendments July 1982, in force as from July 18th, 1994.
- International Telecommunication Union Radio Conference 1973, Radio Regulations 1976, as revised 1983, 1990 and 1997.
- US Coast Guard (USCG) Rules and Regulations for Foreign Vessels operating in the Navigable Waters of the United States, (CFR Title 33 – Navigation and Navigable Waters, Part 155, 156, 159, and 164, with the letter of compliance, without certificate nor inspection).
- Suez Canal Tonnage Measurement Regulations.
- Suez Canal Authority, Rules of Navigation.
- Panama Canal Tonnage Measurement Regulations.
- Panama Canal Authority, Rules of Navigation.
- Kiel Canal regulations.
- Standard Specification of the International Maritime Satellite Communication System for Ships and INMARSAT Regulations.
- SOLAS Amendments 1988 (GMDSS).
- International Labour Organization ILO, Maritime Labour Convention 2006 (MLC, 2006).
- IMO Resolutions for Navigation Equipment, A.224(VII), A.422(XI), A.424(XI), A477(XII), A.478(XII), A.665(16).
- IEC Publication 92, Electrical Installation on Board Ships.
- Code on intact stability for all types of ships covered by IMO Instruments, Resolution A.749 (18)
- SOLAS 74 Chapter II-1. Subdivision and damage stability of cargo ships.
- IMO Regulations and Recommendation on the carriage of dangerous cargoes and amendments.
- ISO 6954 “Guidelines for the Evaluation of Vertical and Horizontal Vibration of Merchant Ships”
- IMO Resolution A 468(XII), Noise levels on board ships.
- Code of Safe Practice for Cargo Stowage and Securing.
- Code on Alerts and Indicators 2009 Edition
- OSHA Rules for container lashing equipment.
- The International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS Code)
- Resolution of MSC.215 (82), Performance Standard for Protective Coatings for dedicated seawater ballast tanks in all types of Ships and double-side space of Bulk Carriers.
- European Union Marine Equipment Directive (MED).
- International Code of Safety for Ships Using Gases or Other Low-Flashpoint Fuels (IGF Code) as effective after 1 January 2017. including DNV-GL Rules 2015 Part 6, Chapter 2, Section 5.
Main engine: M.A.N.-B&W 8G50ME-C9.5-GI dual fuel marine diesel engine two strokes, crosshead type, slow speed, ultra long stroke, non-reversible, constant pressure turbocharged, with part load exhaust gas bypass (EGB) tuning, SMCR 11060 kW at 100 rpm.
Propeller: One (1) x CPP, 4-bladed, Ni-Al bronze, diameter: abt. 6400 mm.
Gearbox/PTO: One (1) shaft tunnel gearbox constant gear ratio execution (BW IV/GCR), vertical offset with secondary PTO foreseen for the FC controlled shaft generator power abt.1900 kWe (2375 kVA) at 70-100% of 1800 rpm to produce electric power over an engine speed range of abt. 70-100 rpm. The power take-off from ME to the reduction gear for shaft generator is approx. 2050 kW.
Gensets: Three (3) four stroke diesel engines abt 1050 kW, 900 rpm each. Three (3) generators x abt. 995 kWe (1243,7 kVA), 440 V AC, 3 phase, 60 Hz.
EDG: One (1) four stroke diesel engine x 200 kW, 1800 rpm, MGO. One (1) generator x abt.190 kWe (237,5 kVA), 440 V AC, 3 phase, 60 Hz.
Shaft generator: One (1) x 1900 kWe (2375 kVA) at at 70-100% of 1800 rpm, 440 V AC, 3 phase, 60 Hz, FC controlled.
Tunnel thruster: One (1) electrically driven controllable pitch transverse thruster, abt. 1200 kW, with el. a motor as the prime mover will be provided in the fore part. Propeller diameter abt.: 2000 mm.14.
Cruising range at service speed and ME power at 85% SMCR
- LNG ~ 3200 n. miles
- MGO~ 4500 n. miles