Deltamarin reveals future container design
Deltamarin has revealed the first state-of-the-art container vessel in its series, said to have been developed with flexibility in mind to meet future transportation needs.
The 188.6m A.Delta 2300 is based on extensive research and development work to provide a flexible platform for a whole series of designs which can be adapted to various customers’ requirements as a result of several optional feature studies.
Supported by AVIC Weihai Shipyard and DNV GL, Deltamarin’s new design provides a container capacity of 2,322 teu in five cargo holds and on deck. The increased cargo hold breadth is said to improve stability in the fully laden condition. Together with the ballast-free approach, Deltamarin says this results in an increased utilisation rate of around 73% (1,700 teu) of nominal container intake in the homogeneous loading condition at scantling draught carrying a 14t teu container.
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