|Type||1257 TEU Geared Multi-purpose Container ship.|
|Gross Registered Tonnage||18,468 tons.|
|Builder||Minami Nippon, Usuki, Japan. Hull No. M-634|
|Delivery date||July 1995.|
|Length||Overall 184.9 m. Between Perpendiculars, 176.0 m.|
|Engine Type||Diesel 8UEC60LS, direct reversing.|
|Engine Power||19,200 bhp.@100rpm, 16,320 bhp.@94.7rpm.|
|Propulsion mode||Single screw.|
|Boiler||Composite, exh.gas/fuel oil.|
|Generator||4 x Yanmar T240L|
|Generator power||Each 820 kw.|
|Generator voltage||440 V|
|Generator Frequency||60 Hz|
|Propeller blades||5 fixed pitch.|
|Built classification society||Lloyds+100A1 LMC UMS.|
|Launched||March 4th. 1995.|
|Original owner||Curvet Transport S.A. & Nebula Shipping S.A. of Hong kong.|
|Delivered to owner||July 1995.|
July 1995. Built as "Tropical Challenger" for O.S.K.Lines under the nominal ownership of Curvet Transport S.A. & Nebula Shipping S.A. of Hong Kong.
1996. Nominal owners now New Asian Shipping Co.Ltd.
1999. Placed on charter to the French based Delmas Armanent and renamed "Delmas Blosseville".
2002. Renamed "Tropical Challenger".
2003. Renamed "Delmas Blosseville".
2004. Swire Shipping acquired the Tasman Orient Line, and the ship registered under the China Navigation Co. Renamed "Tasman Mariner".
2009. Renamed "Pacific Pathfinder", then back to "Tasman Mariner".
2011. On the relocation of CNCo to Singapore, the ship was renamed "Kwangsi III". ownership now China Navigation Co.Pte. Ltd.