Hitachi Delivers Pertamina 1021 To Scorpa Pranedya Navigation

The 17,706-dwt product carrier Pertamina 1021 was recently delivered to her owner, Scorpa Pranedya Navigation, Inc. of Liberia.

The ship was constructed at the Hiroshima Works (Innoshima) of Hitachi Zosen.

The Pertamina 1021 is the second of two product carriers of the same type to be constructed at the Hiroshima Works (Innoshima) for use in the transportation of refined petroleum products between Indonesian ports and harbors.

The ship features tank arrangement conforming to conventional requirements applicable to separate ballast oil tankers for the prevention of ocean pollution; and the interior walls of the cargo oil tanks and all the fittings inside the tanks are coated with epoxy resin paint, a paint of the highest quality, to prevent the inclusion of interior rust and paint in the product during transportation.

The vessel's specifications are as follows: length overall, 158 meters (about 518 feet) ; breadth, 25.80 meters (85 feet) ; depth, 10.80 meters (35 feet) ; designed full load draft, 7 meters (23 feet) ; gross tonnage, 10,882 tons (30,827 cubic meters) ; trial speed (maximum), 14.08 knots; classification, Lloyd's Register.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 48,  Feb 1980

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