Tenryu Maru

Tenryu MaruTenryu Maru is modern and high-efficient bulk carrier, built by Oshima Shipbuilding in September 2015, following latest IMO standards and marine engineering developments. The ship is environmental and ecological, providing high profitability of the owner and operators. Tenryu Maru is the first of a 100,000 DWT type bulk carrier series developed by Oshima intended to specialize in carrying coal as well as grain cargoes. The bulk carrier Tenryu Maru has five holds with wide hatch covers for improved cargo handling efficiency. Hull dimensions are optimized to enter major Japanese ports. The double hull structure is employed for all fuel oil tanks and diesel oil tanks to prevent oil spills in case of damage. Two large capacity ballast pumps are used for shortening the deballast time.

Tenryu Maru reduces fuel consumption by adoption of a set of advanced flipper-fins, rudder bulb, low friction paint and electronically-controlled engine. The excellent seaworthy bow is lso adopted to improve speed performance under rough weather conditions.

Principal particulars
Length (o.a.): 249.98 m
Length (b.p.): 245.50 m
Breadth, mld: 43.00 m
Depth, mld: 18.50 m
Summer draft, mld: 12.83 m
DWT/GT: 100,172 / 56,893
Loading capacity: 119,816 cbm
Main engine: Mitsubishi 7UEC60LSE-ECO-A2
MCR: 11,400 kW at 87.0 rpm
Speed, service: 14.0kt