Alcem Lugait - IMO 8300614
|Photographer:||Cody Williams [View profile]||Title:||Alcem Lugait||Added:||Jun 19, 2017|
|Captured:||June 18, 2017||IMO:||8300614||Hits:||406|
|Alcem Lugait loads cement at the Cement Australia berth, DP1W in Devonport, Australia.
The vessel is a fully fitted for the transport and handling of dry cement in bulk. The cement handling system is designed for loading and unloading the vessel both mechanically and pneumatically. Mechanical loading is done by connecting the shore loading arm to the loading flange and distributing the cement into the forward or aft horizontal screw conveyor, from where it is distributed to the concerned cargo hold by means of hydraulically actuated sliding gates under each outlet while pneumatic loading is only on starboard side, mid-ship thru two 14 inch diameter pipe lines into cargo hold #3 & 5 then distributed to other cargo holds #1,2,4&6 by means of using Vertical screw conveyor & fwd/aft horizontal screw conveyor systems. Mechanical unloading is through one discharge screw conveyor boom fitted with a bellow at the outer end while Pneumatic unloading is directed into a buffer hopper which feeds the two sets of duplex blow pumps through two 18 inch diameter pipes.
Current Ship Information: 19 June 2017:
IMO: 8300614 | MMSI: 357277000 | Callsign: 9VDE6 | Flag: Republic of Singapore | Port of Registry: Singapore | Owner: KGJ Cement (Singapore) Pte. Ltd. | Manager: KGJ Cement Fleet Management (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.
Hull No: 1922 | Mitsubishi Heavy Ind. Ltd. | Date of Keel Lay: 13 December 1983 | Date of Launch: 29 May 1984 | Date of Build: 11 September 1984 | Launched as: Bulk Carrier, Swiftness for Atle Jebsen's Rederi a/S Bergen as manager | Converted to a Cement Carrier in September 1998 at the Hyundai Mip Shipyard, Ulsan, Korea.
• 1995 Sold/Trans : to Lakespure Shipping Inc Panama City Panama,renamed " WESTERN OSPREY ".
• 1998 Sold/Trans : to Belden Shipholding Pte Ltd (Belden Shipmanagement Pte Ltd Singapore as manager) Singapore, renamed " ALCEM LUGAIT ".
• 1998 Converted to Cement carrier.
• 2008 Sold/Trans : to KGJ Cement Pte Ltd ( KGJ (Manila) Inc Makata City Philippines as manager ) Singapore.
CAPACITY & MEASUREMENTS
Length Overall: 170 m | Length Between Perpendiculars: 162.01 m | Breath, Moulded: 27.50 m | Depth, Moulded: 14.2 m | Draught: 10 m | Freeboard: 4,230mm | Deadweight Tonnage: 28,979 t | Gross Tonnage: 18,284 t | Net Tonnage: 6,750t | Tank Capacity, Fuel Oil: 1,634.66 m³, Fresh Water: 260,68 m³ | Ballast Capacity: 10,650.4 m³
Cement Carrier - ✠ 1A Cement carrier E0, ERS,MLC-IC,ISSC,SMC under the Det Norske Veritas Germanisher Lloyd [DNV GL"> Class Society as Class Number 30392 | Notes: Reclassed from ABS to DVN GL on 18 January 2017
Engine, Main: 1x Wärtsilä 6RTA58T-D | Generator, Main (3P, 2C, 1S): Daihatsu 6 PSHTc 26H | Bow Thruster: Fixed, Kawasaki KT130B3 | Speed: 13kn
Camera: Nikon D3300 | Lens: Nikon 55-200mm f4.5-5.6 | Shutter: 6 sec | Aperture: f/8 | ISO: 100 | Focal Length: 80mm APS-C | Tripod and self timer used.
Taken from the Torquay Ferry / Edgewater Hotel Carpark, East Devonport, Australia | Street View | Photo Sphere view from Berth 4 West | Date: 18 June 2017
Source of ship information:
• KGJ Cement - Alcem Lugait
• DNV GL Vessel Register
• Comment on Alcem Lugait image on Ships Nostalgia by member, Bno
• Yahoo Groups - Ship Broker
|Vessel type:||General Cargo|
|Gross tonnage:||18,284 tons|
|Summer DWT:||28,808 tons|
|Last known position:|
|34°47’38.57” S, 138°24’2.14” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|10.4kts, 57° (55°)|
|Arrival:||21st Jun 2017|
|14 days 15 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2017 June 21st, 05:00:42 UTC||Newcastle|
|2017 June 1st, 09:00:09 UTC||Gladstone|
|2017 May 29th, 01:00:44 UTC||New Castle|
|2017 April 17th, 08:30:50 UTC||Sydney|
|2017 March 21st, 12:00:22 UTC||Sydney|
|2017 February 21st, 06:00:00 UTC||Gladstone|
|2017 February 9th, 10:00:37 UTC||Sydney Aus|
|2016 December 12th, 03:00:09 UTC||Gladstone|
|2016 November 23rd, 23:00:41 UTC||Melbourne, Au|
|2016 November 15th, 13:30:55 UTC||Gladstone, Aus||
© Paul Finnigan
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© Clyde Dickens
Photo Comments (5)
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Thank you very much, Stan! |
Thank you very much, Clyde and Paul. I'm very happy with how it turned out. The lighting down there was perfect. |
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I have never seen he look so good Cody. Beautifully exposed, and sharp at original size. Excellent!!
And thank you for the Description with sources.
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