The bulk carrier Ore Brazil is one of the largest vessels in the world. The ship was built in 2010 by Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering following the order of Brazilian ore company Vale. The ship was part from 4 newbuildings ordered at the shipyard and implement the most modern engineering developments and innovations of marine engineering. The bulk carrier together with other Valemaxes were ordered to carry Brazilian ore to China, but following the problems with local authorities the vessel were suspended from operations for several years. Just last year, the ban was lifted and Ore Brazil made the first call in China. The bulk carrier has cargo capacity for 219,980 cub m, divided into 7 cargo holds for carrying heavy ore cargoes. The bulker Ore Brazil has overall length of 362.00 m, moulded beam of 65.00 m, depth of 30.40 m and maximum summer draft of 23.00 m. The ship has deadweight of 402,347 DWT, gross tonnage of 198,980 GT and net tonnage of 67,993 NT.
The bulk carrier Ore Brazil is profitable and effective bulker with modern engineering. The main engine is two-stroke low-speed MAN B&W 7S80ME-C8, which has total power of 39,300 hp at 78 rpm. The ship service speed of 14.0 kts and fuel consumption of 96t per day, following the new improvements for fuel injection. The cargo ship has three diesel generators Hyundai-HiMSEN 6H21/32, which provide total power of 3,810 KW.
L x B x D x d: 362.00m x 65.00m x 30.400m x 23.00m
DWT/GT: 402,347 / 198,980
Cargo Capacity: 219,980 cbm
Main Engine: MAN B&W 7S80ME-C8
Power: 39,300 hp at 78 rpm
Speed: 14.0 kts
Shipbuilder: Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering