YMN Tanker Marine Management keeps expanding its fleet by adding newly-built tankers one after another. Having closed 2019 with the attendance of Med Tuncer & Med Emre, the company started the New Year with another brand new tanker joining the team.
Med Pakize is an 8400DWT chemical tanker just like her sisters Med Emre and Med Tuncer both of whom joined YMN Tanker Management’s fleet in 2019.
YMN Tanker’s General Manager Filiz Omur expressed her thoughts and said: “We are delighted to announce that the 8400DWT chemical/oil tanker Med Pakize has joined our fleet. We are always expanding our fleet to offer versatile services to our clients and let them experience YMN Tanker’s outstanding performance. We have already been operating 8400DWT tankers in our fleet but with this shorter version we have extended our port portfolio.”
Some of the vessel’s technical specifications are below:
NAME MED PAKIZE
TYPE OF VESSEL Imo Type II Chemical & Oil Tanker
MOULDED DEPTH 9,2m
EXTREME BREADTH 17,2m
GRT 5651 T
NRT 2602 T
SUMMER DWT 8269,881 T
MAIN ENGINE MAK/8M32C Type/4000KW/600RPM
PROPELLER ZF CP KH-1200, 4000Kw @ 600 rpm, 4500 mm dia
4-bladed type, Nickel-Aluminium-Bronze.
ACCOMMODATION 17 personnel and 1 pilot
FULL CLASS NOTATION I*HULL*MACH-OIL TANKER ESP; CHEMICAL TANKER ESP,
UNRESTRICTED NAVIGATION *AVM-APS*AUT-UMS ,
MON-SHAFT; CLEANSHIP 1; ICE CLASS IA INWATERSURVEY,
VCS, MANOVR, IG
All 8400DWT vessels under YMN Tanker Management’s fleet are single screw, double hull vessels, which means they are capable of carrying large range of liquid cargoes, petroleum products and vegetable oils. Cargo area is divided to 12 cargo tanks by means of oil-tight corrugated transverse bulkheads and longitudinal bulkhead in CL. Vessels are also equipped with 2 slop tanks on deck. Designation of full segregation gives the vessel high flexibility. Marineline cargo tank coating has been applied to all cargo tanks.
YMN Tanker presently has 11 chemical/oil tankers in its fleet and further three units are expected to join the fleet reaching a total of 14 vessels in near future.