The Eregli Shipyard in Turkey has delivered the fourth small clean tanker to associated company Med Marine
YMN Tanker has taken delivery of another tanker from the Eregli Shipyard in Turkey. The Turkish tanker operator presently has nine chemical/oil tankers in its fleet and a further four units are expected to join the fleet in the near future.
It joins sister ships Med Tuncer delivered in April 2019 and Med Antarctic delivered August 2017.
Med Emre is an 8,400-dwt chemical/oil tanker powered by a MAK/8M32C main engine developing 4,000 KW at 600 rpm.
The cargo area is divided into 12 cargo tanks by oil-tight corrugated transverse bulkheads and a longitudinal bulkhead along the centreline giving the vessel full segregation. Marineline cargo tank coating has been applied to all cargo tanks. Med Emre is also equipped with two slop tanks on deck.
Full class notation: I*HULL*MACH-OIL TANKER ESP; CHEMICAL TANKER ESP, UNRESTRICTED NAVIGATION *AVM-APS*AUT-UMS , MON-SHAFT; CLEANSHIP 1; ICE CLASS IA INWATERSURVEY, VCS, MANOVR, IG.
YMN Tanker Marine Management was founded in Istanbul in 2012 to provide technical and commercial management of marine line oil/chemical tankers. The company has 10 tankers in its fleet and plans to strategically expand the fleet by continuing to offer quality ship management services to third-party owners. YMN Tanker’s primary objective is to manage and operate the fleet in a safe, responsible manner thereby maximising returns to the stakeholders as freight rates fluctuate through the shipping cycle. The company will continually develop as a provider of safe, efficient and reliable transportation which meets or exceeds customers’ expectations by delivering safe and reliable performance.