Saga LNG shipping takes delivery of ABS-classed Saga Dawn
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The ABS-classed Saga Dawn, the world’s first LNG carrier to be fitted with the cargo containment system based on IMO requirements for independent type A tanks, has been delivered to Saga LNG Shipping.
The 45,000-cbm Saga LNG Shipping vessel, which completed three weeks of gas trials in June, was constructed by China Merchants Heavy Industry at its Jiangsu shipyard in Haimen, China.
LNT A-BOX system was developed by LNT Marine. It features an IMO independent prismatic type A tanks as the primary containment.
The tanks are supported by laminated wooden supports and liquid-tight thermal insulation attached to the hull compartment as an independent secondary barrier.
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