KAMSARMAX got its name by meeting the 229-meter limit on ship length at the Port of Kamsar, a major bauxite shipping port in the Republic of Guinea on the west coast of Africa. In addition to an increased deadweight, this model was developed with dramatic improvements in vessel maneuverability, stability, fuel efficiency, and propulsion.
|Length over all×Breadth×Depth||less than 229m×32.26m×20m||Draft (full load)||14.4m|
|DW (full load)||81,600MT||Gross Tonnage||43,400|
|Cargo Capacity||97,000㎥||Service speed (design draft)||14.5knots|