Launching Of M /V Santa Victoria At Flender Werft For Ivaran Shipping

The container vessel, Santa Victoria, was recently launched at Flender Werft, Lubeck, for Ivaran Shipping AS, Lysaker, Norway.

The godmother is Alejandra S.

Robinson of Agencia Maritima Robinson SACFI, Buenos Aires.

The vessel is the latest in a series of four (two for Offen and two for Ivaran), of which two each have been under construction at Flender Werft andThyssenNordseewerke. All four ships are identical to the Santa Isabella, which is the Flender 1600.

The Flender 1600 is distinguished for its most effective economy, its large stowage capacity of 14-TEU and its low fuel consumption. These vessels have a length of 597 feet 5 inches and a beam of 93 feet 2 inches.

The deadweight is 30,000 dwt. Design speed is 19 knots.

Propulsion is supplied by an MAN B & W 7L 60 MC crosshead engine with a rating of 11.550 kw at 115 rpm. Power transmission is direct to a controllable pitch propeller.

Electrical power is supplied by a shaft generator having an output of 1,300 kw.

Delivery of the vessel is scheduled for June 1992.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 87,  Mar 1992 Richard M. Lowry

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