Ships In Port

February 13, 2009, 11:16 am
Filed under: Ships

The SKS TAGUS is back. The last time it was here I wrote:

In port today is the SKS TAGUS, a tanker that flies under the Norwegian flag and is owned by a Bermuda-based subsidiary of Kristian Gerhard Jebsen Skipsrederi AS (KGJS) a company from Bergen, Norway. The Tagus was commented on, last April, by Jimmy Christie who reports,

SKS Tagus is one of that slightly unusual breed of ships known as ore-bulk-oil carriers or combination carriers… In size terms, as a bulker, she’s Capesize and as a tanker she would be classed as Suezmax. She’s 109,933 tons deadweight on a gross of 63,515 and she was built by Hyundai of Ulsan in South Korea in 1997…


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