dship Carriers takes delivery of MV Charlie

dship Carriers takes delivery of MV Charlie

dship Carriers has made a new step forward in the decarbonisation of the global multipurpose heavy lift fleet with the addition of MV Charlie. The eco-friendly F-500 type vessel, is the last in a series of four newbuilds to be delivered to the deugro group’s shipping unit. With this new vessel, dship is further enhancing its capabilities in the multi-purpose heavy lift market during a time when cargo slots are rare and the market is tight.

MV Charlie joins its sister vessels MV Mick, MV Keith and MV Ronnie in dship Carriers‘ fleet.

The company initiated its expansion program back in 2018. All newbuild vessels were developed to reduce fuel consumption while increasing stowage flexibility. The MV Charlie is equipped with two Liebherr cranes, featuring a lifting capacity of 250 metric tons each, and has a deadweight of 12,385 mt.

Equipped with a Becker Mewis Duct and a Becker Rudder, two devices utilising energy-saving technology, MV Charlie is the company’s next step toward environmentally-friendlier shipping solutions supporting lower fuel demand. These consumption lowering devices consist of two elements mounted on the vessel in front of the propeller and an integrated fin system.

dship Carriers takes delivery of MC Charlie
Photo source: dship Carriers

dship carrier’s fleet currently consists of various multi-purpose, heavy lift, tween deck vessels with around 12,500 dwat and a combined crane capacity of up to 500 mt. This allows for a broad set of fully customisable services tailored to clients’ ocean chartering needs.

“dship Carriers is committed to helping achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement—our newbuild F-500 vessels are one more step towards this. We look forward to seeing the MV Charlie in action and wish the crew all the best and good luck,” said Lars Feller, global vice president, dship Carriers.

Author: Adnan Bajic

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