Bahri Annual Report-2011

Board of Directors Report 2011

Chemical Carrier Fleet-Operational and Under Construction as on 31 December 2011

Length (Meter)

Weight (Static Ton)

Number of Tanks Speed (Knots)

S#

Carrier

Year Built

Width (Meter)

1

NCC Makkah *

1995

32.2

183.10

37,500

52

16

2

NCC Riyadh *

1995

32.2

183.10

37,500

52

16

3

NCC Jubail *

1996

32.2

183.10

37,500

52

16

4

NCC Najd

2005

32.2

183.02

46,200

22

15

5

NCC Hijaz

2005

32.2

183.02

46,200

22

15

6

NCC Tihama

2006

32.2

183.02

46,200

22

15

7

NCC Abha

2006

32.2

183.02

46,200

22

15

8

NCC Tabuk

2006

32.2

183.02

46,200

22

15

9

NCC Qassim

2006

32.2

183.02

46,200

22

15

10

NCC Rabegh

2007

32.2

183.02

46,200

22

15

11

NCC Sudair

2007

32.2

183.02

46,200

22

15

12

NCC Dammam

2008

32.2

183.02

46,200

22

15

13

NCC Hail

2008

32.2

183.02

46,200

22

15

14

NCC Noor

2011

32.2

183

45,000

22

15

15

NCC Huda

2011

32.2

183

45,000

22

15

16

NCC Amal

2011

32.2

183

45,000

22

15

17

NCC Safa

2011

32.2

183

45,000

22

15

18

NCC Danah

2011

32.2

183

45,000

22

15

19

NCC Nesmah

2011

32.2

183

45,000

22

15

20

NCC Shams

Expected in 2012

32.2

183

45,000

22

15

21

NCC Najm

Expected in 2012

32.2

183

45,000

22

15

22

NCC Reem Expected in 2012

32.2

183

45,000

22

15

23

NCC Samaa

Expected in 2012

32.2

183

45,000

22

15

24

NCC Bader

Expected in 2012

32.2

183

45,000

22

15

25

NCC Fajer

Expected in 2013

36.8

228

75,000

30

14

Total Capacity

1,144,500

* The carriers (NCC Makkah), (NCC Riyadh) and (NCC Jubail) were bareboat chartered to Odfjell for (10) years with a purchase option after the third year.

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