Spotted: BigRoll Barentsz Christened at BOW Terminal

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In today’s spotted we bring you images from the naming ceremony of BigRoll Barentsz, which was held at Breakbulk & Offshore Wind (BOW) Terminal in Nieuwdorp, the Netherlands, on April 19. 

The 20,200 dwt BigRoll Barentsz is one of the four Module Class carriers ordered by Dutch BigRoll Shipping from China-based Cosco Dalian Shipyard.

Delivered in April 2016, the ship features a length of 173 meters and a width of 42 meters.

In June 2016, the second MC Class vessel, BigRoll Bering, was handed over to the company.

Following this, the third ship, BigRoll Baffin, joined the company’s fleet in November 2016.

Finally, the last of four newbuildings, BigRoll Beaufort, was delivered to BigRoll Shipping in March this year.

All of the vessels started serving the Yamgaz consortium of Technip, JGC Corporation and Chiyoda, transporting modules as part of the Yamal LNG project.

World Maritime News Staff; Image Courtesy: Bow Terminal

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