Trans Agila

Update 11.10.2020
Current Name Trans Agila
Previous Name Agila (until 2006), Alessandra Lehmann (launched)
Classification Society Germanischer Lloyd
IMO 9113707
Call Sign V2DB
Operator Pal Line (Paltrans) A/B, Sweden
Manager Reederei Speck GbR, Hörsten, Federal Republic of Germany
Owner MS 'AGILA' Bereederungsges. Speck GmbH & Co. KG, Hörsten, Federal Republic of Germany
Flag Antigua & Barbuda
Port of Registry St. John's
Type of Ship dry cargo ship
Completion 1995
Shipyard J.J. Sietas KG Schiffswerft GmbH & Co., Hamburg, Federal Republic of Germany
Building No. 1102
GT 2.997
DWT [t] 4.550
Overall Length [m] 97,27
Registered Breadth [m] 15,90
Maximum Draught [m] 5,93
Propulsion [KW] 2.700
Propulsion [BHP] 3.671
Speed [Kn] 14,8
Capacity Containers [TEU] 304
Capacity Grain [m3] 4.405
Capacity Bales [m3] 3.973
Additional Information 3rd ship of a series of identically constructed general cargo ships of Sietas type 154 (4 vessels - German ice class E2, bridge with black window frames, 2 welded decks), also see (>Trans Odin<, >Odin<), (>Trans Frej<, >Frej<) and (>Maryam<, >TransNjord<) - also see >Agila<. On November 29th 2012 the ship ran aground in Kalmarsund, Sweden, westsouthwest of Krongrundet and north of the Öland Bridge but was salvaged the next day. Finally, in May 2013 it was scrapped by Orla's Productforretning, Frederikshavn, Denmark.
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General Cargo Ships, below 5000 ts DWT