Ro-Ro new build joins SeaQuest managed fleet

21st Apr 2018

On the 21 April 2018 at Avic Weihai shipyard in China, the SeaQuest technical staff has completed the taking over procedures for M/V Rosa Dei Venti, the newly built Ro-Ro cargo vessel for the Italian shipowner Giovanni Visentini Trasporti Fluviomarittimi.

The vessel, which is now under SeaQuest full technical and crew management, features 2,500 lm, 12,000 DWT, 19 Kn speed and can load cassettes, containers, trailers and other general cargo on wheels.

 

Two Handies join Singapore fleet

17th Jan 2018

On 3 December 2017 and 17 January 2018 two Handy size bulk carriers have been taken under technical and crew management by SeaQuest office in Singapore:
M/V La Louise is 31,800 DWT and was built in 1998 at The Hakadote Dock in Japan.
M/V Intrepid Joanne is 32,500 DWT and was built in 2005 at Kanda Shipbuilding in Japan. 

The vessels, flying Hong Kong flag and classed by NK, are the recent 2nd hand purchases of a new client of SeaQuest.

 

Ship Performance Monitoring

1st Nov 2017

SeaQuest has adopted a new software for voyage reporting and ship performance monitoring, aiming to improve the operational performance of vessels in the managed fleet.

Navigator Insight by DNV-GL was chosen among the new generation systems: the software includes an onboard module with intelligent validation to prevent implausible data or reporting errors; data collected onboard are elaborated in an onshore server for further evaluation by company’s management. The performance monitoring system is integrated within SeaQuest processes to focus on key management aspects such as fuel consumption, operating costs, environmental footprints, and complies with incoming EU-MRV regulation.

“The new ship performance monitoring software was carefully selected considering the needs of our clients and the type & size of their ships – says Massimo De Vincenzo, director of SeaQuest Genoa office – We believe that our comprehensive performance monitoring system is beneficial for a more accurate control of vessels’ operational parameters, thus improving the quality of our service, the energy efficiency and environmental performance of SeaQuest managed fleet and assists in cutting operational costs.”

 

Supramax added to managed fleet

9th Aug 2017

SeaQuest Shipmanagement (SQ SM) has taken over management one Supramax 2nd hand purchased by a company’s Monaco based historical client.

The 57,949 DWT bulk carrier St Pinot, built in 2013 by Tsuneishi Heavy Industries (Cebu) Inc. - Philippines, was taken over by SeaQuest's Rijeka management hub in Busan on 9 August.

This is the third Supramax joining SQ SM managed fleet from the same client in less than one year: this decision demonstrates the trust that clients are placing in SQ SM’s capabilities to manage their bulk carriers in challenging market conditions.

 

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