Deltamarin introduces new LNG-powered boxship design
Deltamarin, a Finnish shipbuilder, has launched the C.Delta2100, a new LNG-powered Kielmax container vessel concept.
“The platform design is “future-proof”, taking into consideration possibilities to use alternative fuels to reduce carbon footprint or even zero-emission power production,” stated Deltamarin.
It provides a versatile forum for a wide range of designs that can be tailored to suit the needs of the customers thanks to a number of optional feature studies.
Ice class 1A is included in the platform's design, allowing it to operate in the Baltic Sea indefinitely.
The container size of the C.Delta2100 is 2,100 TEU in four cargo holds and on deck. The wider cargo hold increases stability when the ship is fully loaded.
The C.Delta2100 hull type was designed with great care to ensure low resistance and high propulsion efficiency, according to the designer.
The total length of the 18,500 DWT vessel is 179.4 meters, with a width of 31 meters.
Higher LNG power, methanol, ammonia, and hydrogen as fuel, a versatile number of reefer plugs, shaft generator PTO/PTI, and several ice classes are among the optional features of the C.Delta series, according to Deltamarin.
Maritime Business World