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Mozah at the port of Bilbao
Name: Mozah
Operator: Qatargas
Port of registry: Marshall Islands
Builder: Samsung Heavy Industries
Launched: 2008
Status: in active service
General characteristics
Type: LNG carrier
  • 163,922 GT
  • 128,900 DWT
Length: 345 m (1,132 ft)
Beam: 53 m (174 ft)
Draft: 12.0 m (39.4 ft)
Installed power: 43,540 kW (58,390 hp) at 91 rpm
Propulsion: 2 x MAN B&W 7S70ME-C diesel engines
  • 19.5 knots (36.1 km/h; 22.4 mph) (maximum)
  • 19.0 knots (35.2 km/h; 21.9 mph) (cruising)
Capacity: 266,000 m3 (9,400,000 cu ft)

Mozah is a Q-Max LNG carrier operated by Qatargas II. The vessel was built in 2008 by Samsung Heavy Industries and is the largest LNG carrier in the world together with her sister ships. The vessel is part from contract for 14 same size ships with maximum particulars to berth at Ras Laffan terminal in Qatar. Mozah has improved capacity, strong engineering and powerful propulsion system.[1]


The Q-Max LNG carrier Mozah has a length of 345 m (1,132 ft), a beam of 53 m (174 ft) and a summer draft of 12.0 m (39.4 ft). The large size and capacity form her efficiency and profitability. The deadweight of Mozah vessel is 128,900 DWT and the gross tonnage is 163,922 GT. Such tonnage and size allow the cargo ship to carry 266,000 cubic metres (9,400,000 cu ft) of liquefied natural gas with a temperature of −163 °C (−261 °F). The total cargo capacity of the vessel equals to 161,994,000 cubic metres (5.7208×109 cu ft) of natural gas.


Mozah is driven by 2 MAN B&W 7S70ME-C two-stroke low speed diesel engines, electronically controlled. The engines have a total output power of 43,540 kW (58,390 hp) at 91 rpm.


Mozah is owned and operated by Qatargas 2. The vessel has MMSI 538003212, IMO number 9337755 and call sign V7PD7.

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