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Photographer:Tomas Pinas [View profile]Title:KiislaAdded:Aug 25, 2005
Captured:IMO:9267558Hits:1,296
Photo Category: Chemical and Product Tankers
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18.08.2005 Kiisla at Ekeberg Oil Terminal Oslo.
Kiisla

Chemical/Product Carrier built by Estaleiros Navais Viana do Castelo S.A., Viano do Castelo, Portugal, for Fortum Oil Oyj, Espoo, Finland.

Newbuilding No 224.
Delivered October 30, 2004.

Classification: Det Norske Veritas +1A1 Tanker for oil products and chemicals ESP ICE-1A* E0 W1 HL(1,54) ETC TMON.

Finnish/Swedish Ice class 1A Super.

IMO No 9267558.
Loa: 139.75m.
Lpp: 132.20m.
Beam, mld: 21.70m.
Depth to main deck: 11.85m.
Draught: 9.00m.
GT: 9,910.
NT: 4,596.
DWT: 14,665.
Tank capacities (cbm):
Cargo (100%): 16,082.
Fuel oil: 780.
Diesel oil: 125.
Ballast water: 6,480.
Waertsilae 8L46C (8,450 kW at 500 rpm).
Service speed, knots: 14.

Product tanker from Portugal

Fortum Shipping has taken delivery of the first of two double hull product carriers from the Portuguese shipyard Estaleiros Navais Viana do Castelo S.A.

The first vessel is named Kiisla and her sister Suula will be delivered in 2005. Kiisla has been designed for the carriage of IMO class II chemicals and oil products. Her cargo capacity is 16,082 cbm (100 per cent) distributed over seven pairs of fully epoxy coated tanks. The pair of tanks furthest aft are smaller than the others and may be used as slop tanks.

The electric driven, variable speed deep well pumps from KSE Svanehoj have a capacity of 350 cbm/h in the large tanks and 150 cbm/h in slop tanks. Each cargo tank and slop tank has two Scanjet tank washing machines. Four tanks can be washed simultaneously. A nitrogen system is provided for cargo stripping, purging of cargo piping and for creating a nitrogen layer on top of cargo.

All cargo tanks are heated by double loop heating coils. Steam is used for primary heating and the secondary heating medium is a mixture of water and glycol. A full cargo of HFO may be heated from 44 degrees C to 66 degrees in 96 hours. Max cargo maintaining temperature is 80 degrees C.

The bridge is of Fortum Shipping's standardised design with two identical conning places with ECDIS, radars and integrated bridge control system.

A Waertsilae medium speed diesel engine provides a service speed of 14 knots with a consumption of 24 t HFO a day. At sea trials a max speed of 16.5 knots was reached at design draught. The bow thruster has an output of 800 kW.

Paer-Henrik Sjoestroem
(Reproduction kindly permitted by Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)

Vessel Identification
Name:Kiisla
IMO:9267558
Flag:Finland
MMSI:230956000
Callsign:OJKY
Technical Data
Vessel type:Oil/chemical Tanker
Gross tonnage:9,910 tons
Summer DWT:14,750 tons
Length:140 m
Beam:22 m
Draught:6.4 m

Additional Information
Home port:Porvoo
Class society:Lloyd's Shipping Register
Build year:2004
AIS Information
Last known position:
59°33’1.85” N, 21°10’0.49” E
Status:Underway
Speed, course (heading):
13.5kts, 280° (279°)
Destination:
Location:Lvrix>finli
Arrival:19th Mar 2017
08:00:23 UTC
Last update:
1 day 4 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2017 March 19th, 08:00:23 UTCLvrix>finli
2017 March 16th, 02:00:54 UTCFiskv>finli
2017 March 3rd, 22:30:33 UTCFi Hmn>fi Por
2017 March 2nd, 02:30:09 UTCFi Skv>fi Hmn
2017 February 26th, 19:00:36 UTCSe Sto>se Sdl
2017 February 25th, 13:00:46 UTCFi Skv>se Sto
2017 February 22nd, 20:00:49 UTCFi Skv
2017 February 19th, 16:00:19 UTCDe Ham
2017 February 16th, 12:00:51 UTCNl Eur
2017 February 10th, 20:00:55 UTCNl Ams
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