Stena Paris

The vessel Stena Paris is a chemical tanker owned and operated by CM P-Max 1 Ltd. The cargo ship was built in 2005 in Brodosplit Shipyard, Croatia. The vessel has deadweight of 65,125 DWT and gross tonnage of 36,064. The chemical tanker Stena Paris is large and has improved capacity for cargo on board. The net tonnage is 36,064 NT and on board there are 10 cargo tanks with capacity for 70,200 cub m.

History
Name: Stena Paris
Owner: CM P-Max 1
Operator: Bermuda,  Bermuda
Builder: Brodosplit Shipyard
Launched: 4 June 2005
Identification:
Status: In service
General characteristics
Class and type: Oil And Chemical Tanker
Tonnage:
Length: 182.90 m (600.1 ft)
Beam: 40.00 m (131.23 ft)
Draft: 12.00 m (39.37 ft)
Depth: 17.90 m (58.7 ft)
Installed power: 21,000 hp at 129 rpm
Propulsion: MAN B&W 6S46MC-C
Capacity: 70,200 cubic meters

Ship EngineeringEdit

The ships main engines are two MAN B&W 6S46MC-C with total power of 21.000 hp. In addition on board there are four diesel generators MAN B&W 7L23/30H, which support the propulsion system and cargo handling equipment. The cargo system consists of 10 cargo deepwell pumps. All of the pumps have capacity 800 cubic meters per hour. The heating system on board contains 3 heating coils SS SUS316L.

Ships NewsEdit

This year on 6 August 2014 the crew of Stena Paris entered into the news by saving an elderly Swedish couple from their dismasted yacht near the Cook Islands. The Rescue Coordination Centre New Zealand (RCCNZ) detected a beacon alert from the yacht Blue Horizon. The couple, a 69-year-old woman and 70-old-man, feared the broken mast would hole the hull. The chemical tanker was close to the accident and saved the two seafarers.

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