Last month Royal Wagenborg acquired m.v. Leuvediep as the second out of seven vessels. The vessel was renamed Leuveborg and it was repainted with the Wagenborg colours at the dry dock location of the Royal Niestern Sander shipyard.
The m.v. Leuvediep is expected to leave Delfzijl, (The Netherlands) soon.
General cargo ship Leuveborg - Image courtesy of Frits Olinga
Equipped with ice class 1A and three box-shaped holds of 17.5 m, 25.9 m and 25.2 m, m.v. Leuveborg is suitable for worldwide trade carrying various cargoes such as forest products and (break-) bulk making m.v. Leuveborg a perfect fit in Wagenborg’s existing fleet of ice-strengthened multipurpose dry cargo vessels.
The general particulars of m.v. Leuveborg are as follows:
Length over all: 108,24 m
Breadth: 18,20 m
Depth: 9,00 m
DWT: 8.100 t
Cargo capacity: 360.202 cft
Engine: MAK 8M32C
Source: Royal Wagenborg