Maximised crude carrier for Japan trade

Down to her marks: the first ‘neoVLCC’ type from Mitsui

Japanese shipbuilders’ quest for design refinement is exemplified by the 312,539dwt crude carrier ‘Kirishima’, which offers the highest cargo capacity within the maximum hull dimensions for Japanese oil ports. David Tinsley reports

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