Images of Gearless Feeder Containership MV ‘Asiatic Jade’ departing the Port of Piraeus

Gearless Containership MV ‘Asiatic Jade (Ex-name:Sena Kalkavan)
1,155 TEU Fully Cellular Containership, built in 2005 at Sedef Gemi (Tuzla)

VESSEL IDENTIFICATION: Ex-name is Sena Kalkavan. Launch Name was Sena Kalkavan, IMO Number 9318254. Built at Sedef Gemi (Tuzla), Singapore Flagged, ABS Classed, Ice Strengthened IC Class, P&I insurance with Standard Club P&I, Length Overall of 148.53 m., Length Between Perpendiculars of 136.50 m., Draught of 7.80 m., Beam of 22.70 m., Gross Tonnage of 9,980, Tonnage of 5,925 International Net.

VESSEL OWNER / MANAGER DETAILS: Asiatic Lloyd Maritime LLP, Singapore.

VESSEL DESCRIPTION: Teu Capacities of 1,155 Total, 715 Homogeneous and 480 Reefer, 5 Holds, 7 Hatches, Maximum Teu of 348 in the Holds and 807 on Deck. Total Teu Capacity of 1,155, 5 Holds, 7 Hatches. 240 x Sockets, Reefer. No Cargo Gear.

MAIN ENGINE: 1 x Diesel – MAN B. & W. 7S80MC-C6.1 – 2-stroke 7-cyl. 800mm x3200mm bore/stroke 27,160mkW total at 76rpm. ORSKOV MARK XI, MAN B. & W. Engine, Speed of 19.00 kts at 43.50 tonnes per day, Heavy Fuel Oil, Horsepower of 36900, Bunker Capacity of 1,230 tonnes.
PROPULSION: 1 x Propeller (Aft Centre) (mechanical), 76rpm.
POS, PROPULSOR: 1 x Pos, Tunnel Thruster (Fwd).


Information about the Asiatic Lloyd Group from ‘History’ page of their website:

Asiatic Lloyd was set up in late 2008 by Friedrich Bunnemann. Over five generations the Bunnemann family has successfully run various shipping activities worldwide. The name Herm. Dauelsberg GmbH & Co KG has been closely related to the development of these activities, being one of the oldest and most reputable shipowning entities in Germany.

The company was founded in 1857 and soon obtained permission from the chamber of commerce to run an existing shipbrokering firm in the port of Bremen. The first generation of the family, Mr. Christian August Bunnemann, was already with the existing company as an apprentice.

Mr. Christian August Bunnemann was principally responsible for developing the success of the shipbroking and liner agency business. He quickly became a partner and took over the remaining shares from Hermann Dauelsberg’s son Carl in 1887.

At the inception of the company, its core business comprised agency activities and cargo bookings. In the year 1867 the Brigg “Betty” was purchased and became the company’s first vessel. However, since the times of the large-scale emigration in the late 19th century, the main focus of the company has been the liner agency business. This track lasted until the late 20th century.

As the liner companies started to take over the liner agency work themselves in the late 1980’s and the 1990’s Herm. Dauelsberg had nearly all their agency agreements terminated. Since the 1980’s Mr. Klaus F. Bunnemann continuously shifted his family’s business focus towards shipowning.

Today, shipowning and shipmanagement are the core businesses of his family’s shipping activities under the names Asiatic Lloyd in Singapore and Atlantic Lloyd in Hamburg. These companies are headed by Mr. Klaus F. Bunnemanns sons Friedrich and Nicolaus Bunnemann – the latest generation of the Bunnemann family. Asiatic Lloyd and Atlantic Lloyd focus on high specification vessels for niche markets of the container shipping industry. The current fleet consists of container tonnage between 1,000 and 9,000 TEU.


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Gearless, feeder containership MV ‘Asiatic Jade’ (1,150-teu, 2005, Sedef Gemi) and owned by Asiatic Lloyd, departing the Port of Piraeus in August 2016 with few boxes onboard. Image credit: Karatzas Images.

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Gearless, feeder containership MV ‘Asiatic Jade’ (1,150-teu, 2005, Sedef Gemi) and owned by Asiatic Lloyd, departing the Port of Piraeus in August 2016 with few boxes onboard. Image credit: Karatzas Images.

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Gearless, feeder containership MV ‘Asiatic Jade’ (1,150-teu, 2005, Sedef Gemi) and owned by Asiatic Lloyd, departing the Port of Piraeus in August 2016 with few boxes onboard. Image credit: Karatzas Images.

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Gearless, feeder containership MV ‘Asiatic Jade’ (1,150-teu, 2005, Sedef Gemi) and owned by Asiatic Lloyd, departing the Port of Piraeus in August 2016 with few boxes onboard. Image credit: Karatzas Images.

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Gearless, feeder containership MV ‘Asiatic Jade’ (1,150-teu, 2005, Sedef Gemi) and owned by Asiatic Lloyd, departing the Port of Piraeus in August 2016 with few boxes onboard. Image credit: Karatzas Images.

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Gearless, feeder containership MV ‘Asiatic Jade’ (1,150-teu, 2005, Sedef Gemi) and owned by Asiatic Lloyd, departing the Port of Piraeus in August 2016 with few boxes onboard. Image credit: Karatzas Images.

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Gearless, feeder containership MV ‘Asiatic Jade’ (1,150-teu, 2005, Sedef Gemi) and owned by Asiatic Lloyd, departing the Port of Piraeus in August 2016 with few boxes onboard. Image credit: Karatzas Images.

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Gearless, feeder containership MV ‘Asiatic Jade’ (1,150-teu, 2005, Sedef Gemi) and owned by Asiatic Lloyd, departing the Port of Piraeus in August 2016 with few boxes onboard. Image credit: Karatzas Images.

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Gearless, feeder containership MV ‘Asiatic Jade’ (1,150-teu, 2005, Sedef Gemi) and owned by Asiatic Lloyd, departing the Port of Piraeus in August 2016 with few boxes onboard. Image credit: Karatzas Images.

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Gearless, feeder containership MV ‘Asiatic Jade’ (1,150-teu, 2005, Sedef Gemi) and owned by Asiatic Lloyd, departing the Port of Piraeus in August 2016 with few boxes onboard. Image credit: Karatzas Images.

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Gearless, feeder containership MV ‘Asiatic Jade’ (1,150-teu, 2005, Sedef Gemi) and owned by Asiatic Lloyd, departing the Port of Piraeus in August 2016 with few boxes onboard. Image credit: Karatzas Images.

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Gearless, feeder containership MV ‘Asiatic Jade’ (1,150-teu, 2005, Sedef Gemi) and owned by Asiatic Lloyd, departing the Port of Piraeus in August 2016 with few boxes onboard. Image credit: Karatzas Images.

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Gearless, feeder containership MV ‘Asiatic Jade’ (1,150-teu, 2005, Sedef Gemi) and owned by Asiatic Lloyd, departing the Port of Piraeus in August 2016 with few boxes onboard. Image credit: Karatzas Images.

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Gearless, feeder containership MV ‘Asiatic Jade’ (1,150-teu, 2005, Sedef Gemi) and owned by Asiatic Lloyd, departing the Port of Piraeus in August 2016 with few boxes onboard. Image credit: Karatzas Images.


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