GasLog Georgetown completed sea trials
Greece-based LNG shipper GasLog announced that its newbuild LNG vessel, GasLog Georgetown, has completed sea trials and returned to the yard.
In mid-September, the vessel set out for its sea trials. Currently sailing as the SN2300, Georgetown will be named GasLog.
GasLog said it had completed all the checks in its brief social media post, with all the crew and employees disembarking safely.
The ship is being built by Samsung Heavy Industries with a cargo capacity of 174,000-cbm. It also features propulsion from X-DF.
The MK III Flex Plus cargo containment system, combined with a sub-cooler, gives it a low boil-off rate of 0.07 per cent.
Earlier in March, GasLog launched the vessel, with delivery scheduled before the end of this month.
Maritime Business World