INTERTANKO CHARTERING QUESTIONNAIRE 88 - OIL/CHEMICALVersion 5 Created at Q88.com
1. GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1 Date updated: Nov 30, 2021
1.2 Vessel's name (IMO number): Mount Olympus (9260081)
1.3 Vessel's previous name(s) and date(s) of change: Not Applicable
1.4 Date delivered / Builder (where built): Nov 14, 2003 / Saiki Heavy Industries Co. Ltd. Saiki,Oita,Japan
1.5 Flag / Port of Registry: Marshall Islands / Majuro
1.6 Call sign / MMSI: V7CN9 / 538005292
1.7 Vessel's contact details (satcom/fax/email etc.): Tel: +870 773 804 267
Fax:
Email: master.mountolympus@calistagc.com
1.8 Type of vessel (as described in Form A or Form B Q1.11 of the IOPPC): Oil Tanker
1.9 Type of hull: Double Hull
Ownership and Operation
1.10 Registered owner - Full style: Garland Enterprises Ltd.
Trust Company Complex, Ajeltake Road, Ajeltake Island Majuro, MH 96960
Marshall Islands
Tel: +380 48 7852646
Fax: +380 48 7852639
Telex: Telex: Not Applicable
Email: gp@systemar.com
1.11 Technical operator - Full style: Systemar Ltd.
24-v Genuezskaya str, 65009, Odessa,
Ukraine
Tel: +38 048 7852640
Fax: +38 048 7852639
Email: gp@systemar.com
Company IMO#: 5939643
1.12 Commercial operator - Full style: Calista GC SL
C/ Albareda 21, 4D 35007 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Spain
Spain
Web: N/A
1.13 Disponent owner - Full style: Billingham Partners Inc
Drake Chambers, Tortola, British Virgin Islands
Tel: +380 675 682 486
Fax: +380 487 852 639
Email: billingham.partners@gmail.com
Insurance
1.14 P & I Club - Full Style: SKULD
1.15 P & I Club pollution liability coverage / expiration date: 1,000,000,000 US$ Feb 20, 2022
1.16 Hull & Machinery insured by - Full Style:
(Specify broker or leading underwriter)

Answered Ingosstrakh Insurance Company Ltd. 12-2, Pyatnitskaya st.GPS-7, Moscow, 117997, Russia. Tel: (495) 232 3211 Fax: (495) 9594405
1.17 Hull & Machinery insured value / expiration date: 10,000,000 US$ Jan 03, 2022
Classification
1.18 Classification society: American Bureau of Shipping
1.19 Class notation: +A1, Oil/Chemical Carrier, (E), +AMS, +ACCU, SH, SHCM
1.20 Is the vessel subject to any conditions of class, class extensions, outstanding memorandums or class recommendations? If yes, give details: No
1.21 If classification society changed, name of previous and date of change: , Not Applicable
1.22 Does the vessel have ice class? If yes, state what level: No, N/A
1.23 Date / place of last dry-dock: Dec 05, 2018 / Tuzla,Turkey
1.24 Date next dry dock due / next annual survey due: Dec 04, 2021 Jan 20, 2021
1.25 Date of last special survey / next special survey due: Dec 05, 2018 Dec 05, 2023
1.26 If ship has Condition Assessment Program (CAP), what is the latest overall rating: Yes, 1
Dimensions
1.27 Length overall (LOA): 181.78 m
1.28 Length between perpendiculars (LBP): 173.00 m
1.29 Extreme breadth (Beam): 27.42 m
1.30 Moulded depth: 16.90 m
1.31 Keel to masthead (KTM)/ Keel to masthead (KTM) in collapsed condition, if applicable: 46.25 m m
1.32 Distance bridge front to center of manifold: 59.00 m
1.33 Bow to center manifold (BCM) / Stern to center manifold (SCM): 90.28 m 91.50 m
1.34 Parallel body distances: Lightship Normal Ballast Summer Dwt
Forward to mid-point manifold: 39.60 m 42.22 m 42.22 m
Aft to mid-point manifold: 26.10 m 35.78 m 49.20 m
Parallel body length: 65.70 m 78 m 91.42 m
Tonnages
1.35 Net Tonnage: 11,314.00
1.36 Gross Tonnage / Reduced Gross Tonnage (if applicable): 22,515.00 17,549
1.37 Suez Canal Tonnage - Gross (SCGT) / Net (SCNT): 23,563.15 20,658.49
1.38 Panama Canal Net Tonnage (PCNT): 18,763.91
Loadline Information
1.39 Loadline Freeboard Draft Deadweight Displacement
Summer: 5.007 m 11.93 m 39,816.00 MT 48,128.00 MT
Winter: 5.21 m 11.73 m 38,904.00 MT 47,216.00 MT
Tropical: 4.76 m 12.18 m 40,952.00 MT 49,264.00 MT
Lightship: 14.59 m 2.34 m   8,312.00 MT
Normal Ballast Condition: 9.94 m 6.99 m 18,303.00 MT 26,615.00 MT
Segregated Ballast Condition: 9.94 m 6.99 m 18,303.00 MT 26,615.00 MT
1.40 FWA/TPC at summer draft: 271.00 mm 44.49 MT
1.41 Does vessel have multiple SDWT? If yes, please provide all assigned loadlines: Yes
29810 34818 39816 40011
1.42 Constant (excluding fresh water): 350 MT
1.43 What is the company guidelines for Under Keel Clearance (UKC) for this vessel? The following minimum under-keel clearance (UKC) shall be maintained for each situation as below: Open Sea *1 The vessel’s UKC shall not fall shorter than 10 m after taking into account applicable dynamic factors. *2 *4 Confined and Coastal waters, including Port Approaches *1 *3 Where the UKC is less than 50% of the vessel’s current maximum static draft, the vessel shall maintain a minimum UKC of 10% of the current maximum static draft, after taking into account applicable dynamic factors. *4 *10 Channels, Fairways Whilst “underway” the minimum UKC required is 1.5% of the moulded breadth of the vessel, but not less than 0.5 m, after taking into account applicable dynamic factors. *4 *5 *6 *7 *8 *9 Minimum UKC whilst moored at Sea Island Terminals, SBM, STS, Open Locations. Minimum UKC of 15% of the current maximum static draft not falling short of 1.5 m, after taking into account applicable dynamic factors *4 *7 *8 Min UKC whilst berth alongside a terminal or at CBM. Whilst alongside a berth, the minimum required UKC is 1.5% of the moulded breadth of the vessel but not less than 0.3m. *6 *8 *9 At anchor Unprotected waters should not be less than 20% of current maximum static draft, after taking into account applicable dynamic factors. *4 Protected/Sheltered waters should not be less than 10% of current maximum static draft, after taking into account applicable dynamic factors. *4 Notes: *1 A vessel is considered to perform Open Sea passage when transiting at a distance more than 12 nm from the coastline. A vessel is considered to perform Coastal passage when transiting at a distance equal to or less than 12 nm from the coastline. *2 Masters shall plan their voyages to avoid transiting areas where the vessel's UKC shall fall shorter than 10m after taking into account Applicable Dynamic Factors. When at open sea the vessel should avoid sailing over banks or shoals, even when this complies with UKC. *3 Areas which for navigational reasons, such as the presence of shoals or other dangers, confine the movements of the ship within narrow limits, such as traffic separation schemes (TSS), straits, precautionary areas. They are generally closer than 12 nautical miles to the shore base line. *4 The UKC applies to the dynamic condition of the vessel where variables as listed below are applied to the static draft: (a) The effect of squat based on the vessel’s speed through the water (see Note below)**. Systemar Ltd. MARINE OPERATIONS - SECTION 1 - INSTRUCTIONS Document No. 5452 Approved by Director Effective Date 10-DEC-2018 Revision 8 Page 10 of 15 Site ALL (b) The location of the vessel: open waters or confined waters. (c) Environmental conditions such as: water density, prevailing weather, height of swell, tidal height and range, atmospheric pressure, local anomalies, current. (d) The nature and stability of the bottom (e.g. sand wave phenomena, silting). (e) Reduced depths over pipelines or any other obstructions. (f) The vessel’s size and handling characteristics and how the vessel squats, whether by head or stern. (g) The reliability of the ship’s draft observations and calculations, including estimates of hogging or sagging. (h) Increase in draft due to heel when turning/rolling. (i) Wave response allowance, which is the vertical displacement of the hull due to heave, roll and pitch motions. (j) The accuracy/reliability of hydrographic data and tidal predictions. This is generally found described on tabulated source diagrams or as Zones of Confidence and takes into account how the depths were obtained originally, i.e. via hand leads or sophisticated survey methods (see chapter on CATZOC). *5 Channels, Fairways shall mean those areas that are generally within the jurisdiction of a port authority, and actively managed, including dredging. *6 Where a Port Authority or terminal requires a greater UKC than prescribed within this policy, the stringent UKC shall be adopted. Where local rules allow a UKC less than minimum UKC required by Company the vessel must contact the office and carry out full risk assessment. The vessel must confirm with office if the minimum UKC is acceptable before making the transit. *7 If there is any doubt of the ability to comply with the UKC requirements, advanced contingency plans are to be made to vacate the berth and proceed to deeper waters to await a higher tide before re-berthing and resuming cargo operations. Such contingency plans are required to include consideration of requirements for tugs, pilots, line-handlers, cargo hose disconnection, etc. *8 When calculating the UKC, the ENC survey quality (CATZOC) must always be taken into consideration and included in UKC calculations. In cases when CATZOC calculations result in inadequate UKC, the Company shall be advised and consulted. As soon as information from Port Authorities, Terminals, Pilots, Port Agents, consultation of nautical publications, Sailing Directions and Guides to Port Entries, including OCIMF MTIS as well as previous Master’s/Vessel’s experience supported by recent calls of similar size vessels with same draft indicate that there are adequate UKC/ water depths, no CATZOC/Quality Indication allowance will be entered in UKC calculations after a Risk Assessment has been performed and approved. *9 In ports where only a “Safe Draft” / “Maximum Permissible Draft” has been declared and the channel depth is not known then the Master must contact the Company for advice. Consideration for proceed into the channel will include confirming from the authorities that vessels with similar draft as own vessel are safely using the channel regularly. *10 Where the UKC exceeds 50% of the vessel’s current maximum static draft, further UKC calculations are not required, and the vessel shall maintain a minimum UKC of 10% of her maximum current static draft. Where it is known that Charterers, Port Authorities or Marine Terminals have no defined UKC allowance or exercise less stringent UKC allowances than the Company’s UKC Policy, the Company’s UKC procedure should apply, unless the Master, in consultation with the Company Operations Department, makes a full Risk Assessment of the situation, and secures an approval from the Company for the reduced UKC allowance.
1.44 What is the max height of mast above waterline (air draft) Full Mast Collapsed Mast
Summer deadweight: 34.32 m 0 m
Normal ballast: 37.93 m 0 m
Lightship: 43.91 m 0 m
 
2. CERTIFICATES Issued Last Annual Last Intermediate Expires
2.1 Safety Equipment Certificate (SEC): Dec 05, 2018 Jan 20, 2021 Dec 05, 2023
2.2 Safety Radio Certificate (SRC) Dec 05, 2018 Dec 17, 2020 Dec 05, 2023
2.3 Safety Construction Certificate (SCC): Dec 05, 2018 Jan 20, 2021 Dec 05, 2023
2.4 International Loadline Certificate (ILC): Apr 13, 2021 Dec 05, 2023
2.5 International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate (IOPPC): Dec 05, 2018 Jan 20, 2021 Dec 05, 2023
2.6 International Ship Security Certificate (ISSC): May 09, 2019 May 09, 2024
2.7 Maritime Labour Certificate (MLC): May 09, 2019   May 16, 2024
2.8 ISM Safety Management Certificate (SMC): May 08, 2019 May 16, 2024
2.9 Document of Compliance (DOC): Dec 09, 2016 Jan 21, 2021 Dec 14, 2021
2.10 USCG Certificate of Compliance (USCGCOC): Not Applicable
2.11 Civil Liability Convention (CLC) 1992 Certificate: Feb 20, 2021     Feb 20, 2022
2.12 Civil Liability for Bunker Oil Pollution Damage Convention (CLBC) Certificate: Feb 20, 2021     Feb 20, 2022
2.13 Liability for the Removal of Wrecks Certificate (WRC): Feb 20, 2021     Feb 20, 2022
2.14 U.S. Certificate of Financial Responsibility (COFR): Not Applicable     Not Applicable
2.15 Certificate of Class (COC): Dec 05, 2018 Jan 20, 2021 Nov 13, 2023
2.16 International Sewage Pollution Prevention Certificate (ISPPC): Dec 05, 2018     Dec 05, 2023
2.17 Certificate of Fitness (COF): Dec 28, 2020 Jan 20, 2021 Dec 05, 2023
2.18 International Energy Efficiency Certificate (IEEC): Dec 03, 2013      
2.19 International Air Pollution Prevention Certificate (IAPPC): Dec 28, 2020 Jan 20, 2021 Nov 13, 2023
Documentation
2.20 Owner warrant that vessel is member of ITOPF and will remain so for the entire duration of this voyage/contract: Yes
2.21 Does vessel have in place a Drug and Alcohol Policy complying with OCIMF guidelines for Control of Drugs and Alcohol Onboard Ship? Yes
2.22 Is the ITF Special Agreement on board (if applicable)? N/A
2.23 ITF Blue Card expiry date (if applicable): None
 
3. CREW
3.1 Nationality of Master: Russian
3.2 Number and nationality of Officers: 9 Ukrainian, Latvian, Russian
3.3 Number and nationality of Crew: 12 Ukrainian
3.4 What is the common working language onboard: ENGLISH
3.5 Do officers speak and understand English: Yes
3.6 If Officers/Crew employed by a Manning Agency - Full style: Officers:
Systemar Ltd
24-v Genuezskaya str, 65009, Odessa, Ukraine
Tel: +380 487 852640
Fax: +380 487 852639
Email: spl@systemar.com

Crew:
SYSTEMAR Ltd
24-v Genuezskaya str, 65009, Odessa, Ukraine
Tel: +380 487 852640
Fax: +380 487 852639
Email: spl@systemar.com
 
4. FOR USA CALLS
4.1 Has the vessel Operator submitted a Vessel Spill Response Plan to the US Coast Guard which has been approved by official USCG letter? Yes
4.2 Qualified individual (QI) - Full style: O'Brien's Oil Pollution Service
4.3 Oil Spill Response Organization (OSRO) - Full style: National Response Corporation
4.4 Salvage and Marine Firefighting Services (SMFF) - Full Style:
 
5. SAFETY/HELICOPTER
5.1 Is the vessel operated under a Quality Management System? If Yes, what type of system? (ISO9001 or IMO Resolution A.741(18) as amended): Yes
IMO Resolution A.741(18)
5.2 Can the ship comply with the ICS Helicopter Guidelines? Yes
5.2.1 If Yes, state whether winching or landing area provided: Winching
5.2.2 If Yes, what is the diameter of the circle provided: 5.00 m
 
6. COATING/ANODES
Tank Coating
6.1 Tank Coating Coated Type To What Extent Anodes
Cargo tanks: Yes PHENOL EPOXY EPICON T-800 Whole Tank No
Ballast tanks: Yes EPOXY NOVA BARIER 5000 Whole Tank Yes
Slop tanks: Yes PHENOL EPOXY Whole Tank No
 
7. BALLAST
7.1 Pumps: No. Type Capacity At What Head (sg=1.0)
Ballast Pumps: 2 Centrifugal 600 m3/hr 20 m
Ballast Eductors: 1 Ejector 100 m3/hr 0 m
 
8. CARGO-OIL/CHEMICAL
Double Hull Vessels
8.1 Is vessel fitted with centerline bulkhead in all cargo tanks? If Yes, solid or perforated: Yes, Solid
Cargo Tank Capacities
8.2 Number of cargo tanks and total cubic capacity (98%): 12 40,953.80 m3
8.2.1 Capacity (98%) of each natural segregation with double valve (specify tanks): Seg#1: 5731.65 m3 (1P/1S)
Seg#2: 7075.40 m3 (2P/2S)
Seg#3: 7173.45 m3 (3P/3S)
Seg#4: 7174.68 m3 (4P/4S)
Seg#5: 7182.48 m3 (5P/5S)
Seg#6: 6616.13 m3 (6P/6S)
8.2.2 IMO class (Oil/Chemical Ship Type 1, 2 or 3): 3
8.3 Number of slop tanks and total cubic capacity (98%): 2 1,281.23 m3
8.3.1 Specify segregations which slops tanks belong to and their capacity with double valve: 1281.23 m3
8.3.2 Residual/Retention oil tank(s) capacity (98%), if applicable: 169.68 m3
SBT Vessels
8.3.3 What is total SBT capacity and percentage of SDWT vessel can maintain? 16,454.00 m3 41.00 %
8.3.4 Does vessel meet the requirements of MARPOL Annex I Reg 18.2: Yes
Cargo Handling and Pumping Systems
8.4 How many grades/products can vessel load/discharge with double valve segregation: 6
8.4.1 State type of cargo containment (integral, independent, gravity or pressure tanks): 1G (Independent Gravity)
8.5 Are there any cargo tank filling restrictions?
If yes, specify number of slack tanks, max s.g., ullage restrictions etc.:
Yes
MAX SG OF CARGO 1.55 IF MORE THAN 1.025 SUBJECT TO <= 1.025/SG X DEPTH OF TANK
8.6 Max loading rate for homogenous cargo With VECS Without VECS
Loaded per manifold connection: m3/hr 4,207 m3/hr
Loaded simultaneously through all manifolds: m3/hr 2,500 m3/hr
Cargo Control Room
8.7 Is ship fitted with a Cargo Control Room (CCR): Yes
8.8 Can tank innage / ullage be read from the CCR: Yes
Gauging and Sampling
8.9 Is gauging system certified and calibrated? If no, specify which ones are not calibrated: Yes,
What type of gauging system as per IBC 13.1 is fitted (Open/Restricted/Closed)?
What type of fixed closed tank gauging system is fitted: Floating
Is a tank overflow control system fitted? If yes, then state if system includes automatic closing of valves?: Yes,
Are overfill (high) alarms fitted? If Yes, indicate whether to all tanks or partial: Yes, All
8.9.1 Can cargo be transferred under closed loading conditions in accordance with ISGOTT 11.1.6.6? Yes
8.9.2 Are cargo tanks fitted with multipoint gauging? If yes, specify type and locations: No,
8.10 Number of portable gauging units (example- MMC) on board: 3
Vapor Emission Control System (VECS)
8.11 Is a Vapour Emission Control System (VECS) fitted? Yes
8.12 Number/size of VECS manifolds (per side): 2 250 mm
8.13 Number / size / type of VECS reducers: 2 / 250 millimeters /10”
Venting
8.14 State what type of venting system is fitted: NIIKURA HI-VAC VENT P/V VALVES
Cargo Manifolds and Reducers
8.15 Total number / size of cargo manifold connections on each side: 6 / 300.00 mm
8.15.1 Does the vessel have a Common Line Manifold connection? If yes, describe: 3 x Common Lines (CL): CL #2 & CL #3 connecting cargo tanks CT #1 – CT #6 P&S; CL #1 connecting cargo tanks CT #1 – CT #6 P&S, both Slops and Residual Tank
8.16 What type of valves are fitted at manifold: Butterfly
8.17 What is the material/rating of the manifold: STAINLESS STEEL / VAPOUR/BUNKER/CARGO 1,2,3,4,5,6
8.17.1 Does vessel comply with the latest edition of the OCIMF 'Recommendations for Oil Tanker Manifolds and Associated Equipment'? Yes
8.18 Distance between cargo manifold centers: 2,000.00 mm
8.19 Distance ships rail to manifold: 4,501.00 mm
8.20 Distance manifold to ships side: 4,700.00 mm
8.21 Top of rail to center of manifold: 700.00 mm
8.22 Distance main deck to center of manifold: 2,100.00 mm
8.23 Spill tank grating to center of manifold: 900.00 mm
8.24 Manifold height above the waterline in normal ballast / at SDWT condition: 12.02 m 7.06 m
8.25 Number / size / type of reducers: 12 x 300/400mm (12/16")
6 x 300/300mm (12/12")
6 x 300/250mm (12/10")
6 x 300/200mm (12/8")
1 x 200/150mm (8/6")
ANSI
8.26 Is vessel fitted with a stern manifold? If yes, state size: Yes, 200.00 mm
Heating
8.27 Cargo / slop tanks fitted with a cargo heating system? Type Coiled Material
Cargo Tanks HEAT EXCHANGERS No SS
Slop Tanks: STEAM COILS Yes SS
8.27.1 Is a Thermal Oil Heating system fitted? If yes, identify tanks?: Yes,
8.28 Maximum temperature cargo can be loaded / maintained: 80.0 °C / 176.0 °F 60 °C / 140 °F
8.28.1 Minimum temperature cargo can be loaded / maintained:
Inert Gas and Crude Oil Washing
8.29 Is an Inert Gas System (IGS) fitted / operational? Yes / Yes
8.29.1 Is a Crude Oil Washing (COW) installation fitted / operational? Yes / Yes
8.30 Is IGS supplied by flue gas, inert gas (IG) generator and/or nitrogen: IG Generator
8.30.1 If nitrogen generator, specify the applicable flow rate for each of the designed purity modes:
Cargo Pumps
8.31 How many cargo pumps can be run simultaneously at full capacity: 6
8.32 Pumps: No. Type Capacity At What Head (sg=1.0)
Cargo Pumps: 12
2
1
Centrifugal
Centrifugal
Centrifugal
500 M3/HR
200 M3/HR
100 M3/HR
125 Meters
125 Meters
125 Meters
125 Meters
125 Meters
125 Meters
125 Meters
125 Meters
Cargo Eductors: N/A m3/hr m
Stripping: N/A m3/hr m
8.33 Is at least one emergency portable cargo pump provided? Yes
Tank Cleaning Systems
8.34 Is tank cleaning equipment fixed in cargo tanks? Yes
8.35 Is portable tank cleaning equipment provided? Yes
8.36 Tank washing pump capacity: 120.00 m3/hr
8.37 Is a washing water heater fitted? If yes is it operational and state max washing water temperature: Yes,
80.00 °C
8.38 What is the maximum number of machines that can be operated at their designed max pressure? 4
Other Deck Equipment
8.39 Is vessel fitted with a remote cargo tank temperature monitoring system. If yes, is it operational? Yes,
8.40 Is vessel fitted with a remote cargo tank pressure monitoring system. If yes, is it operational? Yes,
8.41 Is vessel fitted with a cargo tank drier. If yes is it operational and state capacity: No, , m3/hr
8.42 Is vessel fitted with a cargo cooling system. If yes is it operational and state tanks applicable: , ,
8.43 Is steam available on deck? Yes
 
9. MOORING
9.1 Wires (on drums) No. Diameter Material Length Breaking Strength
Forecastle: mm Not Applicable m MT
Main deck fwd: mm Not Applicable m MT
Main deck aft: mm Not Applicable m MT
Poop deck: mm Not Applicable m MT
9.2 Wire tails No. Diameter Material Length Breaking Strength
Forecastle: mm Not Applicable m MT
Main deck fwd: mm Not Applicable m MT
Main deck aft: mm Not Applicable m MT
Poop deck: mm Not Applicable m MT
9.3 Ropes (on drums) No. Diameter Material Length Breaking Strength
Forecastle: 4 56.00 mm KAPA FLEX (POLYESTER/POLYSTEEL) 220.00 m 64.00 MT
Main deck fwd: 2 56.00 mm KAPA FLEX (POLYESTER/POLYSTEEL) 220.00 m 64.00 MT
Main deck aft: 2 56.00 mm KAPA FLEX (POLYESTER/POLYSTEEL) 220.00 m 64.00 MT
Poop deck: 4 56.00 mm KAPA FLEX (POLYESTER/POLYSTEEL) 220.00 m 64.00 MT
9.4 Other lines No. Diameter Material Length Breaking Strength
Forecastle: 6 56.00 mm Kapa Flex 220.00 m 64.00 MT
Main deck fwd: 0 mm m MT
Main deck aft: 2 56.00 mm Kapa Flex 220.00 m 64.00 MT
Poop deck: 3 57.00 mm Kapa Flex 220.00 m 64.00 MT
9.5 Winches No. No. Drums Motive Power Brake Capacity Type of Brake
Forecastle: 2 DOUBLE DRUM Hydraulic 30.00 MT Manual Band Brakes
Main deck fwd: 1 DOUBLE DRUM Hydraulic 30.00 MT Manual Band Brake
Main deck aft: 1 DOUBLE DRUM Hydraulic 30.00 MT Manual Band brake
Poop deck: 2 DOUBLE DRUM Hydraulic 30.00 MT Manual Band Brake
9.6 Bitts, closed chocks/fairleads No. Bitts SWL Bitts No. Closed Chocks SWL Closed Chocks
Forecastle: 6 64 MT 7 64 MT
Main deck fwd: 2 64 MT 8 64 MT
Main deck aft: 2 64 MT 8 64 MT
Poop deck: 6 64 MT 6 64 MT
Anchors/Emergency Towing System
9.7 Number of shackles on port / starboard cable: 11 / 11
9.8 Type / SWL of Emergency Towing system forward: TK40F 200 MT
9.9 Type / SWL of Emergency Towing system aft: TK20A 100 MT
9.10.1 What is size of closed chock and/or fairleads of enclosed type on stern: 400MM
Escort Tug
9.10.2 What is SWL of closed chock and/or fairleads of enclosed type on stern: 100.00 MT
9.11 What is SWL of bollard on poop deck suitable for escort tug: 64.00 MT
Lifting Equipment/Gangway
9.12 Derrick / Crane description (Number, SWL and location): Derricks: 0.00 Tonnes, Cranes: 1 x 10.00 Tonnes
center
9.13 Accommodation ladder direction:
Does vessel have a portable gangway? If yes, state length: m
Single Point Mooring (SPM) Equipment
9.14 Does the vessel meet the recommendations in the latest edition of OCIMF 'Recommendations for Equipment Employed in the Bow Mooring of Conventional Tankers at Single Point Moorings (SPM)'? Yes
9.15 If fitted, how many chain stoppers: 1
9.16 State type / SWL of chain stopper(s): HINGED BAR TYPE 200.00 MT
9.17 What is the maximum size chain diameter the bow stopper(s) can handle: 76.00 mm
9.18 Distance between the bow fairlead and chain stopper/bracket: 3,000.00 m
9.19 Is bow chock and/or fairlead of enclosed type of OCIMF recommended size (600mm x 450mm)? If not, give details of size: Yes
600MM
 
10. PROPULSION
10.1 Speed Maximum Economical
Ballast speed: 15.00 Kts (WSNP) 13.50 Kts (WSNP)
Laden speed: 14.50 Kts (WSNP) 13.00 Kts (WSNP)
10.2 What type of fuel is used for main propulsion / generating plant: IFO 380 IFO 380
10.3 Type / Capacity of bunker tanks: Fuel Oil: 1,280.50 m3
Diesel Oil: 163.72 m3
Gas Oil: 46.70 m3
10.4 Is vessel fitted with fixed or controllable pitch propeller(s): None
10.5 Engines No Capacity Make/Type
Main engine: 1 7,980 Kw Akasaka Mitsubishi / 6UEC52LS
Aux engine: 3 600 Kw Yanmar / 6N18AL-EV
Power packs: 4 500 m3/hr 4 x FRAMO / HA4 V SO 500 DP/30R BRUENING HAUS HYDR
Boilers: 2 15.00 MT/Hr Osaka Boiler MFG. Co., Ltd. / OVS1 – 1500 – 31.5;
Bow/Stern Thruster
10.6 What is brake horse power of bow thruster (if fitted): Yes, 884.00 bhp
10.7 What is brake horse power of stern thruster (if fitted): No, bhp
Emissions
10.8 Main engine IMO NOx emission standard: Tier I
10.9 Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI) rating number: Not calculated; ship is exempt under Regulation #2
 
11. SHIP TO SHIP TRANSFER
11.1 Does vessel comply with recommendations contained in OCIMF/ICS Ship To Ship Transfer Guide (Petroleum, Chemicals or Liquified Gas, as applicable)? Yes
11.2 What is maximum outreach of cranes / derricks outboard of the ship's side: 8.69 m
11.3 Date/place of last STS operation:
 
12. RECENT OPERATIONAL HISTORY
12.1 Last three cargoes / charterers / voyages (Last / 2nd Last / 3rd Last):
12.2 Has vessel been involved in a pollution, grounding, serious casualty or collision incident during the past 12 months? If yes, full description: Pollution: No,
Grounding: No,
Casualty: No,
Repair: No,
Collision: No,
12.3 Date and place of last Port State Control inspection: Oct 17, 2021 / Havre, France
12.4 Any outstanding deficiencies as reported by any Port State Control? If yes, provide details: No
12.5 Recent Oil company inspections/screenings (To the best of owners knowledge and without guarantee of acceptance for future business)*:

*"Approvals" are not given by Oil Majors and ships are accepted for the voyage on a case by case basis.
Contact owner for details.
12.6 Date / place of last SIRE inspection: Aug 18, 2021 / Tutunciftlik, Turkey
12.6.1 Date / place of last CDI inspection:
12.7 Additional information relating to features of the ship or operational characteristics:
Revised 2018 (INTERTANKO / Q88.com)