Greece-based ship management company Capital Ship Management (Capital) has taken delivery of the second out of six new liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuel-ready sister ships with an eco-friendly design, reports Offshore Energy.
About the vessel
As informed, the company took delivery of the vessel M/T Agisilaos on 24 February. The ship is a 50,000 dwt, eco-type chemical/product MR tanker, built by Hyundai Vietnam Shipyard Co in Vietnam.
The MR tanker has been assigned with wind-assisted ready and HVSC-ready notations by American classification society ABS.
The HVSC-ready notation is for vessels equipped with high voltage shore connection systems to be installed in the future, and the wind-assist ready notation refers to ships fitted with wind-assist equipment to be installed on board.
M/T ‘Agisilaos’ has future-proof design compliant with EEDI Phase 3 and is annotated with ABS SUSTAIN-1 (2020) that demonstrates adherence to the United Nations’ (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
“Being Tier III compliant …