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Arctic Module Carrier

The carriers are the world’s first vessel to meet the requirements to carry heavy project cargoes in very harsh conditions in the arctic sea route with exceptional ice conditions. The Arctic Module Carrier is capable of breaking the 1.5m thick ice with the icebreaking speed of 3 knots.

Client: Deltamarin Ltd. (Aker Arctic Technology Inc.)

Technical information of vessel:

Length: 206.3 m
Breadth: 43.0 m
Draught: 7.5 m
DWT, Design: 24,500 t
Deck load max: 21,800 t
Ice class: Polar Class 3

Etteplan has been responsible for comprehensive FE analyses of the vessel's structures as well as for strength, buckling and fatigue calculations.

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