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Photographer:Keith Denholm [View profile]Title:Alam PermaiAdded:Oct 12, 2005
Captured:IMO:9285160Hits:2,889
Photo Category: Bulkers built 2001-2010
Description:
Aerial Photo taken during the loading operation last week in Bunbury - vessel loaded with 68,038 mt of alumina on a sailing draft of 12mtrs at Bunbury. ETA Richards Bay 21 October

ALAM PERMAI
(All Details about)
General Arrangement
Type of vessel: Double Hull Post Panamax Bulk Carrier
Classification: LRS, Strengthened for heavy cargoes, Nos. 2, 4 & 6 holds may be empty. UMS machinery space.
Builder :IHI Marine United
Flag Singapore
Year Built: May-05
Propulsion: Diesel engine single screw
Cargo Holds: 7 holds and 7 hatches
Type of Hatch Covers :Side rolling and hydraulic chain driven type

Dimensions
Summer Dwt /Draft approx. 86,900mt / 14.10 m
Winter Dwt/ Draft approx. 84,610mt / 13.806 m
Tropical DWT / Draft approx. 89,190mt / 14.394 m
LOA (Length Overall) : 229.00 m
LBP (Length Between Perpendicular): 219.90 m
Breadth, moulded : 36.50 m
Depth, moulded : 19.90 m
Design draft, moulded : 12.40 m
Scantling draft, moulded: 14.10 m
TPC / TPI at design draft: 76.30 t/cm at scantling draft: 77.77 t/cm

Tonnages
Gross tonnage : approx. 47,100
Net tonnage : approx. 26,600

Deadweight
At designed draught, moulded: approx. 73,800mt
At scantling draught, moulded: approx. 86,900mt
Lighweight : approx. 13,200mt
Cargo Hold Capacities Hatch m x m Grain m3
No. 1 Hold: 13.65 x 15.12 / 12.60 10,710
No. 2 Hold: 17.10 x 16.80 14,860
No. 3 Hold: 17.10 x 16.80 14,890
No. 4 Hold: 17.10 x 16.80 14,910
No. 5 Hold: 17.10 x 16.80 14,950
No. 6 Hold: 17.10 x 16.80 14,770
No. 7 Hold: 17.10 x 16.80 13,730
Total m3 98,820

Main engine: 1 set DU Sulzer 6RTA58T MCR 10,300 kW x 95 rpm NOR 8,550 kW x 89.3 rpm
Approx Service Speed and cons. 14.0 kts on scantling draft of 14.10 m (87,000 dwt) : 35.9t + 2.2t for generator.
14.5 kts on scantling draft of 14.10 m (87,000 dwt) : 40.9t + 2.2t for generator.

Windlass and Mooring Winches
Forward :2 sets electro-hydraulic driven type windlass with mooring winch. Each mooring winch fitted with 2 rope drums and 1 warping head.
1 set mooring winch with 2 rope drums.

Main deck:2 sets, electro-hydraulic driven mooring winches. Each winch fitted with 2 rope drums and 1 warping head.

Aft deck:3 sets electro-hydraulic driven mooring winches. Each winch fitted with 2 rope drums. Warping head fitted on 2 winches.

Total mooring rope drums: 16


Main Machinery
Main engine 1 set 6 cylinders
make/model - Diesel United Sulzer 6RTA58T
bore/stroke - 580 mm / 2416 mm
max power - 10,300 kW (14,000 ps) x 95.0 rpm
nominal power - 8,550 kW (11,625 ps) x 89.3 rpm
Fuel - 380 cSt at 50 deg C.
turbocharger - TSU-ABB TPL77B-12
Shafting and propeller Single screw, fixed pitch, 5 bladed solid type
material -Nickel Aluminium Bronze
Vessel Identification
Name:Alam Permai
IMO:9285160
Flag:Singapore
MMSI:564842000
Callsign:9VGD3
Technical Data
Vessel type:Bulk Carrier
Gross tonnage:46,982 tons
Summer DWT:87,052 tons
Length:229 m
Beam:36 m
Draught:12.9 m

Additional Information
Class society:Lloyd's Shipping Register
Build year:2004
AIS Information
Last known position:
1°58’49.33” N, 102°13’38.57” E
Status:Underway
Speed, course (heading):
12.1kts, 312° (311°)
Destination:
Location:Tachibana,japan
Arrival:18th Aug 2016
06:00:08 UTC
Last update:
1 year 0 months ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2016 April 13th, 01:00:10 UTCTrombetas
2016 April 1st, 06:00:20 UTCGibraltar
2016 March 17th, 22:00:34 UTCPorto_torres,italy
2016 March 2nd, 00:30:50 UTCRiga
2016 February 29th, 04:00:16 UTCHelsingor Pilot Stat
2016 February 19th, 06:00:02 UTCSkaw
2016 February 4th, 15:00:35 UTCMurmansk
2015 December 16th, 16:00:54 UTCPortbury
2015 December 3rd, 11:00:42 UTCRu Mmk
2015 November 22nd, 18:00:33 UTCSwinoujscie
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Photo Comments (3)

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JNB on Oct 18, 2005 05:15 (12 years ago)
Keith,

Many thanks for this interesting information on the development of your design, it is much appreciated.

Best regards,
Jo
Keith Denholm on Oct 17, 2005 09:02 (12 years ago)
Jo / Keith

many thanks yours

The ship is a design which we initially worked on jointly with IHI Marine in Japan. We gave them our specific requirements which were namely to have a ship which was
a) maximum 36.5 mtrs beam
b) maximum 229 mtrs loa
c) 7 holds 7 hatches
and out of these requirements how shallow could they design a vessel. The reasons for the above were
1) we noticed from our research that in order to have the maximum flexibility within the typical panamax bulker trades, we could not exceed 36.5 mtrs beam due to the outreach of the vessel loaders and unloaders as well as some port restrictions in various typical panamax ports with the obvious exception of the panama canal.
2) 229 mtrs loa is the maximum loa allowed in Port Kamsar in Guinea which these ships would have an excellent lift out of on the prevailing draft
3)Unlike the previous post panamax designs which were typically for dedicated Japanese utility coal trades and therefore 5 holds / 5 hatches, we wanted a 7 hold 7 hatch vessel specifically to give the vessel the flexibility to trade grains and especially to have a large lift up the River Plate.

The ships are able to load all the normal panamax cargoes such as iron ore, coal, bauxite, grains, coke, petcoke etc.

The design is named Future 87 which was something IHI and ourselves agreed was a suitable name for these vessels which are a world first.

As a foot note - we built all of them with double hulls.

cheers
Keith
JNB on Oct 12, 2005 05:06 (12 years ago)
Keith,

Thank you for sharing this nice photo and description. If I could ask you a few questions about her:

1) What would her typical crew complement be?
2) What types of cargoes, other than alumina, would she normally carry? Would it be coal, iron ore, and grain?
3) Who designed her? Is it a design that is owned by the shipyard, or is it a design that you own?
4) Do these types of vessels ever have bow thrusters?

Thanks and best regards,
Jo (JNB)
Singapore
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