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Evans Spirit Dry Bulk >

The Evans Spirit is a modern, shallow-draft vessel with two cargo holds, which combine for 15,000 mt deadweight capacity.

The ship is fitted with efficient pass-pass loading and discharge gear for breakbulk cargo. It is fully capable of carrying a wide variety of bulk cargoes into shallow draft ports.

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Main particulars

Length O.A. 459’2″   139.95 m
Breadth O.A. 68’11”   21.00 m
Moulded Depth 34’9″   10.60 m
Summer Draft 25’6″   7.78 m
Gross Tonnage 9,286 t
Net Tonnage 4,398 t
Power 5,833 hp   4,350 kw
Propulsion Single Screw
Voyage Type Unrestricted

General Information

Cargo Capacity  16,192 cbm
Year Built 2007
Official Number 839265
IMO Number 9327774
Classification Lloyd’s Register
Class Notation 1+Hull+Mach+AUT UMS MON SHAFT+STAR HULL NB
Flag Canada

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