List of tankers

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Hellespont Alhambra (now TI Asia), a ULCC TI class supertanker, the largest oceangoing ships in the world

This is a list of tankers. The list includes merchant tankers as well as naval tankers that do not fall into more specialized lists such as List of replenishment ships of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary and List of Type T2 Tanker names.


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Origins Class or name Builder Type Year Entered Service Year of Retirement Fate
Euronav NV  Belgium TI class supertankers/TI Asia, formerly Hellespont Alhambra Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering supertanker 2002 still active
Euronav NV  Belgium TI class supertankers/TI Europe, formerly Hellespont Tara Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering supertanker 2002 still active
Overseas Shipping Group  United States TI class supertankers/TI Oceania, formerly Hellespont Fairfax Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering supertanker 2002 still active
 United States TI class supertankers/TI Africa, formerly Hellespont Metropolis Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering supertanker 2002 still active
Maersk Line and Military Sealift Command  United States Maersk Peary formerly MT Jutul STX Offshore & Shipbuilding polar tanker 2004 still active
Exxon  Panama Exxon Valdez National Steel and Shipbuilding Company supertanker 1986 Converted to ore carrier and renamed Dong Fang Ocean
BP  United Kingdom P-Class Samsung Heavy Industries Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCC) 1999-2000 still active - 4 vessels in class
BP  United Kingdom Tree Class Tsuneishi Shipbuilding Co. Aframax 2002-2004 still active - 8 vessels in class
BP  United Kingdom Bird Class Samsung Heavy Industries Aframax 2003-2006 still active - 12 vessels in class
BP  United Kingdom E-Class Hyundai Mipo Dockyard Medium Range Products Tanker 2003-2007 still active - 5 vessels in class
BP  United Kingdom Virtue Class Hyundai Mipo Dockyard Large Range Product Tanker 2004-2005 still active - 12 vessels in class
BP  United Kingdom C- Class Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Carrier 2006-2007 still active - 4 vessels in class
BP  United Kingdom Trader Class Samsung Heavy Industries LNG carrier 2002-2003 still active - 3 vessels in class
BP  United Kingdom GEM Class Hyundai Heavy Industries LNG carrier 2007-2008 still active - 4 vessels in class
Wilhelmsen Lines[1] Singapore LPG Gas Carriers/LPG/C Ayame,[2] Mitsubishi Heavy Industries LPG Gas Carrier 2010 still active
OOCL  Liberia Seawise Giant; later Knock Nevis, Jahre Viking, Happy Giant Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd. supertanker 1981 2009 Scrapped in Alang, India
 France Prairial; renamed Hellas Fos, renamed Sea Giant Chantiers de l'Atlantique/Alstom Marine supertanker 1979 2003 scrapped in Pakistan
 France Batillus class supertankers/Pierre Guillaumat; renamed Ulsan Master Chantiers de l'Atlantique/Alstom Marine supertanker 1977 1983 scrapped in Ulsan, South Korea
Esso International Shipping (Bahamas) Co Ltd, Nassau  Bahamas
 Greece
Esso Atlantic; renamed Kapetan Giannis Hitachi Zosen supertanker 1977 1990 scrapped in Pakistan 2002
Esso Eastern Marine Ltd., Bermuda and Ceres Hellenic Shipping Enterprises Inc  Bermuda,  Greece Esso Pacific; renamed Kapetan Michalis Hitachi Zosen supertanker 1977 1990 scrapped in Pakistan 2002
Nav Alta Italia  Italy Ultra Large Crude Carrier/Nai Superba Eriksbergs Mekaniska Verkstad Supertanker 1978 2000 Scrapped in Chittagong Roads, Bangladesh
Nav Alta Italia  Italy Ultra Large Crude Carrier/Nai Genova Eriksbergs Mekaniska Verkstad Supertanker 1978 2000 Scrapped in Alang, India
Société Maritime Shell France  France Batillus class supertankers/Batillus Chantiers de l'Atlantique/Alstom Marine supertanker 1976 1985 scrapped in Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Zenit Tank AB  Sweden Ultra Large Crude Carrier/T/T Nanny Uddevallavarvet Supertanker 1978 2003 scrapped in Jiangyin, China
Saléninvest AB  Sweden Ultra Large Crude Carrier/T/T Sea Saga Kockums Supertanker 1977 2003 scrapped in China
Saléninvest, Sweden  Sweden Ultra Large Crude Carrier/Sea Serenade Kockums Supertanker 1976 1984 Decommissioned after hit by Iraqi rockets in the Gulf of Persia. Aft was complete burnt out. Scrapped in Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Salénrederierna, Sweden  Sweden Ultra Large Crude Carrier/Sea Symphony Kockums Supertanker 1975 2002 Scrapped in Bangladesh
Saléninvest, Sweden  Sweden Ultra Large Crude Carrier/Sea Song Kockums Supertanker 1977 Converted to FPSO named Kome Kribi 1
Salénrederierna, Sweden  Sweden Ultra Large Crude Carrier/Sea Saint Kockums Supertanker 1974 converted to FPSO named Fluminense. Two active in a series of six.
Rederi AB Malmoil  Sweden Ultra Large Crude Carrier/Sea Scape Kockums Supertanker 1975 2002 scrapped in Xinhui, China
Sture Ödner, Sweden  Sweden Ultra Large Crude Carrier/Sea Stratus Kockums Supertanker 1975 2000 scrapped in Alang, India
Société Maritime Shell France  France Batillus class supertankers/Bellamya Chantiers de l'Atlantique/Alstom Marine supertanker 1976 1986 scrapped in Ulsan, South Korea
Barracuda Tanker Corporation  United States/ United Kingdom Torrey Canyon Newport News Shipbuilding supertanker - first supertanker 1960? 1967 wrecked
Varun Shipping Company Pvt Ltd[3]  India LPG Gas Carriers/LPG/C Maharshi Shubhatreya, formerly LPG/C Libin[4] Mitsubishi Heavy Industries LPG Gas Carrier 1982 still active
Varun Shipping Company Pvt Ltd[5]  India LPG Gas Carriers/LPG/C Maharshi Bhardwaj, formerly LPG/C Nordanger[6] Hyundai Heavy Industries LPG Gas Carrier 1992 still active
Varun Shipping Company Pvt Ltd[7]  India LPG Gas Carriers/LPG/C Maharshi Labhatreya, formerly LPG/C Hector[8] A/S Nye Frederiksstad LPG Gas Carrier 1982 Sold to Mount Risho Investments for $12 mill for storage project in Africa[9]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.wilhelmsen.com/services/maritime/companies/barbership/Pages/barbership.aspx
  2. ^ http://www.wilhelmsen.com/services/maritime/companies/barbership/AboutBarber/PressRoom/PressNews/Pages/NewvesselonmanagementLPGCAyame.aspx
  3. ^ http://www.varunship.com/post-index.htm
  4. ^ http://www.varunship.com/business_area/lpg/shubhatreya.htm
  5. ^ http://www.varunship.com/post-index.htm
  6. ^ http://www.varunship.com/business_area/lpg/maharshibhardwaj.htm
  7. ^ http://www.varunship.com/post-index.htm
  8. ^ http://www.varunship.com/printpages/ships/labhatreya-print.htm
  9. ^ http://en.eshiptrading.com/news/d/222/1643/