MT Aunim Jalil
MT Aunim Jalil, a Double Bottom Double Hull Coastal Oil Tanker, stands as a testament to maritime excellence in the safe and efficient transport of liquid cargo. Delivered in 2014, this vessel features the robust RSL-03 hull, setting the stage for a maritime champion dedicated to ensuring the secure movement of oil products along coastal routes.
A Coastal Cargo Guardian: Measuring 68.44 meters in length, 12.00 meters in breadth, and with a depth of 5.00 meters, MT Aunim Jalil is tailor-made for the precise transportation of liquid cargo along the coastlines. With a draft of 3.66 meters, it has the versatility to navigate coastal waters while carrying a substantial capacity of 1500 tons of oil products.
Power and Dependability: MT Aunim Jalil is powered by two formidable 580 bhp engines, underlining its commitment to both power and dependability. These engines drive the vessel with precision and efficiency, ensuring the secure and timely delivery of oil products while upholding stringent safety and environmental standards.
Bay Pacific Carriers Ltd’s Dedication: Bay Pacific Carriers Ltd., the esteemed owner of MT Aunim Jalil, entrusts the vessel to uphold its commitment to delivering cargo safely and efficiently along the coastlines. The vessel’s classification under RINA (Registro Italiano Navale) underscores its adherence to rigorous safety and quality standards, symbolizing the dedication of both the owner and the vessel to operational excellence.
A Coastal Guardian of Oil Transport: In conclusion, MT Aunim Jalil is more than just a vessel; it’s a coastal guardian of efficient oil transport. Delivered in 2014, it epitomizes the partnership between Bay Pacific Carriers Ltd. and the maritime industry, ensuring the safe and reliable transport of vital energy resources along the coastlines. Whether it’s supporting energy infrastructure or ensuring the steady flow of oil products, MT Aunim Jalil remains a symbol of precision engineering and reliability in the coastal oil transportation sector, safeguarding the pristine coastlines and vital ecosystems it traverses.