APL SINGAPORE

  • General
    • Vessel Name : APL SINGAPORE
    • Operator : APL MARITIME LTD.
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Containership (Specialized)
    • Vessel Type : Containership
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 66398
  • Location
    • City : ROCKVILLE
    • STATE : MD
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 32928
    • Full Load Capacity : 66520 Short ton
  • Size
    • Register length : 865 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 131.3 Feet
    • Overall Length : 906.5 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 131.3 Feet
    • Load draft : 45.9 Feet
    • Light Draft : 16 Feet
    • Height : 18 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 1995
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 1061420

APL MARITIME LTD.

  • Area of Operation : U. S. EAST COAST TO PERSIAN GULF FAR EAST; AND U. S. WEST COAST TO FAR EAST
  • Principal Commodity : CONTAINERS

APL AGATE

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  • Construction : Steel

APL CHINA

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  • Construction : Steel

APL CORAL

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  • Construction : Steel

APL JAPAN

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

APL KOREA

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

APL PHILIPPINES

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

APL THAILAND

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

News

MRS '19 Wraps Up @ SUNY Maritime

MRS '19 Wraps Up @ SUNY Maritime

“The decrease in state spending on higher education is what keeps me awake at night” is how RADM Michael Alfultis, President, SUNY Maritime College, neatly summarized the biggest challenge he faces as the leader of one of the U.S.’ leading maritime universities. “With a small student body (about 1700), the numbers simply don’t work

ABB Brings Autonomous Tech to Singapore

ABB Brings Autonomous Tech to Singapore

ABB signs a landmark contract with Singaporean shipyard Keppel Offshore & Marine to enable autonomous tug operation in 2020.ABB, in collaboration with Keppel O&M’s technology arm, Keppel Marine and Deepwater Technology (KMDTech), will jointly develop the technology for autonomous vessels and retrofit a 32-meter harbor tugboat with leading-edge digital solutions

IMO2020: Asian Hydrogen Demand to Rise

IMO2020: Asian Hydrogen Demand to Rise

Asia's hydrogen gas demand will rise as the region's oil refineries use the gas to produce low-sulfur fuel to meet new environmental regulations, the head of the world's largest industrial gas producer said."The demand for hydrogen has grown steadily over the years at a much faster rate than GDP growth

ExxonMobil Charters Singapore's First LNG-fueled Bunker Barge

ExxonMobil Charters Singapore's First LNG-fueled Bunker Barge

ExxonMobil Asia Pacific has signed a two-year time charter agreement with Singapore-based Sinanju Tankers Holdings Pte Ltd to lease Singapore's first liquefied natural gas (LNG) powered bunker tanker, Sinanju said in an statement on Friday.The 7,990 deadweight tonnage (dwt) newbuild will be the first LNG bunker tanker for Singapore and Sinanju and will deliver ExxonMobil's new Engineered Marine

NTSB Weighs in on McCain Collision

NTSB Weighs in on McCain Collision

Insufficient Training, Inadequate Bridge Operating Procedures, Lack of Operational Oversight Led to Fatal Ship Collision. The National Transportation Safety Board said Monday that the Aug. 21, 2017, collision between the USS John S McCain and the tanker Alnic MC was caused by insufficient training, inadequate bridge operating procedures and a lack of operational oversight.

Pirates Rob Korean Bulk Carrier

Pirates Rob Korean Bulk Carrier

Pirates attacked a South Korean-flagged cargo ship in the South China Sea early on Monday, stealing thousands of dollars in cash and even the sailors' shoes, South Korean authorities said.Two people sustained minor injuries when seven pirates boarded the CK Bluebell and made off with $13,000 and belongings including mobile phones, clothes and shoes from the 22-strong crew

FPSO Liza Destiny Sets Sail for Guyana

FPSO Liza Destiny Sets Sail for Guyana

The very first production vessel destined for operations offshore Guyana has departed Singapore en route to the ExxonMobil-operated Stabroek block off the northeastern coast of South America.The Liza Destiny floating, production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel is expected to arrive in September ahead of first oil planned in 2020.

Heerema Unveils World's Largest Offshore Crane Vessel

Heerema Unveils World's Largest Offshore Crane Vessel

Dutch firm Heerema Marine Contractors and Singapore's Sembcorp Marine, on Thursday, showed off the world's largest crane vessel that can be used for the setup and decommissioning of offshore oil and gas facilities.The semi-submersible vessel, which cost Heerema about $1.5 billion, is equipped with two cranes that can reach a height of 220 metres

Singapore Mega Port on Track for 2021

Singapore on Tuesday said its plans to build the world's biggest container terminal in a single location were on track, as it held a ceremony to mark a milestone in the initial construction phase of the mega-project.Tuas Terminal is set to open progressively from 2021, six years after work began

Update: Maersk Honam Heads for Rebuild

Update: Maersk Honam Heads for Rebuild

The sound part of the vessel Maersk Honam, which was hit by a serious fire last year, is being transported to Hyundai Heavy Industries Shipyard in South Korea, where it will be rebuilt. The sound section of Maersk Honam was successfully loaded aboard the heavy-lift vessel Xin Guan Hua on open waters outside Dubai (UAE) on Saturday, 2 February.

Shipbuilding: Keppel Sees Rig Recovery, Profits Up

Shipbuilding: Keppel Sees Rig Recovery, Profits Up

Singaporean conglomerate Keppel Corp posted improved results for the fourth quarter, helped by narrower losses in its offshore and marine division, and said it was seeing signs of recovery in the rig industry.The company on Thursday reported a net profit of S$135 million ($99.2 million) for the quarter ended December, compared with a net loss of S$492 million a year earlier

Ship Fuel: Singapore Bunker Volumes Dip, 2019 Uncertain

Ship Fuel: Singapore Bunker Volumes Dip, 2019 Uncertain

Sales of marine fuels in Singapore, the world's biggest ship fueling port by volume, totaled 49.8 million tonnes in 2018, down 2 percentfrom a record the year before, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) said on Monday.December sales volumes of marine fuels, also known as bunkers, reached an 11-month high of 4.