The problem of Cargo Liquefaction on Bulk carriers (Guidance added)

(http://www.MaritimeCyprus.com) By Dennis L. Bryant. A shocking number of bulk carriers (as well as a few OBOs – ore/bulk/oil carriers) have been suddenly and catastrophically lost at sea in the last 30 years. Following are the names of some of those vessels, in alphabetical order: Asian Forest (2009); Black Rose(2009); Bulk Jupiter (2015); Derbyshire (1980);…

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DNVGL – Bulk Carrier Update 2018

(http://www.MaritimeCyprus.com)  In this issue of BULK CARRIER UPDATE, DNVGL directs readers attention to the following matters relevant to Bulk Carriers: the recent delivery of the world’s largest dry cargo vessel – Yuan He Hai, a 400,000 dwt ore carrier with innovative design features such as gas-ready. Also, as a specially constructed or fitted cargo ship she will be able…

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Deck Cargo on Bulk Carriers – What you need to know

DNV GL has received an increasing number of requests regarding the carriage of cargo on deck and hatch covers of traditional bulk carriers. They have issued a Technical and Regulatory guidance paper which provides you with the information you need when preparing a vessel for deck cargoes. Click on below image to download full document. Source: DNVGL…

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