OOCL Hong Kong
OOCL Hong Kong at Container Terminal Wilhelmshaven (CTW) in September 2017
|Name:||OOCL Hong Kong|
|Owner:||Orient Overseas Container Line Ltd.|
|Port of registry:||Hong Kong|
|Ordered:||31 March 2015|
|Builder:||Samsung Heavy Industries, Geoje|
|Laid down:||24 December 2015|
|Launched:||31 December 2016|
|Christened:||12 May 2017|
|Notes:||In particulars, Draft refers to Air Draft.|
|Length:||399.87 m (1,311.9 ft)|
|Beam:||58.80 m (192.9 ft)|
|Draught:||16.00 m (52.49 ft)|
|Depth:||32.50 m (106.6 ft) (deck edge to keel)|
|Installed power:||1 × MAN B&W 11G95ME-C (1 × 75,570 kW)|
|Propulsion:||Diesel engineTwo shafts, fixed pitch propellers|
OOCL Hong Kong is the largest container ship yet built, and the third container ship to surpass the 20,000 Twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEU) threshold. She was built at the Samsung Heavy Industries, Geoje shipyard with yard number 2172 and delivered in May 2017.
OOCL Hong Kong has a capacity of 21,413 TEUs, and will serve the route to North Europe from Shanghai, Ningbo, Xiamen, Yantian, Singapore, via Suez Canal, Felixstowe, Rotterdam, Gdansk, Wilhelmshaven, Felixstowe, via Suez Canal, Singapore, Yantian, Shanghai in a 77-day round trip.
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- "OOCL Hong Kong Achieves Guinness World Record". The Maritime Executive. Retrieved 2018-01-23.
- "Asia-North Europe Loop1 LL1". OOCL. 13 May 2017. Retrieved 16 May 2017.
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