Indotrans Makassar

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"H" Class

Pacific Makassar.
ID /IMO No. 8201612.
Type 1,822 TEU, Geared Multi-Purpose Containership.
Gross Registered Tonnage 30,061 grt. 15,237 nett.
Builder Swan Hunter, Wallsend. Yard No. 118.
Delivery date June 1984.
Hull Steel.
Length 197.6 m.
Width 32.3 m.
Depth 17.0 m.
Engine Type MAN B&W, 2 stroke, 5L80GA, direct reversing.
Engine Power MCR 14,500 bhp. @ 104 rpm.
Propulsion mode Single screw.
Speed 16.5 kts.
Deadweight 41,949 mt.
Power Diesel.
Aspiration Turbocharged.
Boiler Composite, exh.gas/MFO.
Generator power 2 x Wartsila 4R32 @ 1,268 KW., 1 x Wartsila 8R22 @ 1,192 KW.
Generator voltage 440 V.
Generator Frequency 60 Hz.
Propeller Right hand.
Propeller blades 4.
Propeller formation Solid
Propeller material Bronze.
Launched Sept. 6th, 1983.
Original owner Leif Hoegh & Co.
Delivered to owner June 1984.
Scrapped May 2012.
Bow thruster:- 1 x 1,119 Kw. Stone Vickers type TC2400, driving a 4 bladed c.p.propeller.


June 1984. Delivered as the Hoegh Duke to Leif Hoegh & Co.

1999. Renamed Edward Oldendorff

2004. Acquired by CNCo. Renamed Indotrans Makassar, then renamed Pacific Makassar

Nov. 2011. Renamed "Hangchow"

2012. Sold to Changjiang Shipbreaking Co., Jiangyin, China,for green recycling along with the Indotrans Celebes, Indotrans Flores and Indotrans Java, due to favourable scrap prices, poor market conditions and the unsuitability for the proposed service between North Asia and Australia.


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