We are pleased to announce the addition of UACC MASAFI to our fleet. The vessel delivered 22nd August at 19:20 local time South Korea.
It is truly a milestone for UACC, in as much as this is the first genuine chemical tanker to join our fleet. The vessel is 45,352 DWT, has twenty cargo tanks plus two slop tanks, and is in general a highly sophisticated chemical tanker. The first cargo for the ship is a caustic soda cargo from China to Australia under the command of Captain Popovs Sergejs and Chief Engineer Nikulin Vladimir.
The fleet of UACC including new-buildings is now 19 vessels, divided between 1 IMO II (UACC MASAFI), 3 IMO II/III MR (including one time chartered unit), 6 MR sister-ships, 4 Panamax LR1 sister-ships and 5 MR chemical sister-ships on order.