Cembrook

Design Philosophy 

In close cooperation with the builder Veka Shipyard in Lemmer, Conoship International carried out the complete naval architecture (general arrangement and stability) for the conversion of a 4,500 dwt general cargo vessel into the Cement Carrier Cembrook for the German owner Brise Group.

This challenging project involved lengthening of the vessel by 15 meters and adding cement carrying equipment. The vessel is now capable of loading cement in two different ways: by means of gravity via a central inlet/air slide and pneumatic loading via a Storz coupling.

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Images courtesy of VEKA Shipyard Lemmer

Main particulars
Length over all99.95m
Length between perpendiculars94.98m
Breadth moulded14.40m
Depth to main deck7.35m
Draught summer load6.30m
Deadweight @ T = 6.30 m5,494t
Gross Tonnage3,688GT
Nett Tonnage1,370NT
Complement11pers
Service Speed11.00kn
Maximum speed12.50kn
Propulsion
Main Engine1,860bkW
Auxiliary generator sets2 x 750ekW
Bow thruster250bkW
Tank Capacity
Ballast water2,000
m3
Fuel oil (MGO)300m3
Potable water50m3
Cargo hold details
Number of holds4pcs
Total capacity5,870m3
Fly ash capacity4,580t
Dry cement capacity5,100t
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