Magpie SW

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Magpie SW loading logs in Nanaimo

Magpie SW,ships,lumber,Nanaimo,logs

A harbour tug and a dozer boat move logs into place for loading onto the bulk carrier Magpie SW at the Nanaimo Assembly Wharf. Ironically, this is less than 400 metres from the now shuttered Western Forest Products sawmill, and across the harbour from the Duke Point sawmill.

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  • Built: 2015, Namura Shipbuilding, Imari, Japan
  • Tonnage Gross (Registered): 21,561
  • Tonnage Net (Registered): 11,199
  • Tonnage Gross (TM69): 21,561
  • Tonnage Net (TM69): 11,199
  • Deadweight: 34,302
  • Overall Length (m): 179.960
  • Beam (m): 30 m
  • Draught (m): 6.7 m
  • Summer Draught (m): 9.822
  • Summer Freeboard (mm): 4,276
  • Moulded LxBxD (m): 174.000 x 30.000 x 14.050
  • Registered LxBxD (m): 174.540 x 30.000 x 14.050
  • Engine: 1 Makita Corporation 2 stroke single acting  6 cylinder diesel
  • Bore x Stroke (mm): 460.0 x 1,932.0
  • Power (kW): 6,260
  • Revolution (rpm): 110.0
  • Continuous Max. Speed (kt)  (Sea Trial) 15.9

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