Australia and Asia

MV Adelie is a hybrid self-unloading 45,127 DWT bulk carrier that currently operates on the Australian Coast. The vessel carries primarily, gypsum, mineral sands, dolomite, sugar, salt and coal. MV Adelie was converted from a bulk carrier to a hybrid self-unloader in 2011.

The vessel discharges using four cranes into four deck hoppers. A longitudinal conveyor runs under the deck hoppers to an unloading boom at the forward end of the vessel. The 36.5 m boom can be positioned for discharge into a shore hopper, truck hopper, or directly to ground.

MV Adelie is wholly owned and operated by CSL.

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Technical specifications
Classification LR 100 A1 Bulk Carrier, ESP, L1, LMC, UMS
Year Built 1999, converted to hybrid self-unloader in 2011
Thrusters Bow: 1,600 kW
Deadweight 45,127 tonnes
Gross tonnage 26,010 tonnes
Net tonnage 14,969 tonnes
Length Overall 185.74 m
Breadth moulded 30.40 m
Depth (MLD) 16.5 m
Draft 11,62 m
Length of Boom 36.50 m
Total Hold Capacity (including hatches) 57,208.40 cubic metres
Discharge Rate 1,200 mt/hr (maximum)