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INTERTANKO’S STANDARD TANKER CHARTERING QUESTIONNAIRE 88 (Q88) 1. VESSEL DESCRIPTION 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 1.10 Date updated: Vessel’s name: IMO number: Vessel’s previous name(s) and date(s) of change: Date delivered: Builder (where built): Flag: Port of Registry: Call sign: Vessel’s satcom phone number: Vessel’s fax number: Vessel’s telex number: Vessel’s email address: 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 1.17 1.18 1.19 1.20 1.21 1.22 1.23 1.24 Type of vessel: Type of hull: Classificati
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  INTERTANKO’S STANDARD TANKER CHARTERING QUESTIONNAIRE 88 (Q88)Version 31.VESSEL DESCRIPTION 1.1Date updated:Jun 08, 20101.2Vessel’s name:Bunga Kelana 41.3IMO number:91783431.4Vessel’s previous name(s) and date(s) of change:Not Applicable1.5Date delivered:Jan 06, 19991.6Builder (where built):HHI Ulsan, South Korea1.7Flag:Malaysia1.8Port of Registry:Port Kelang1.9Call sign:9MCY71.10Vessel’s satcom phone number:353 341 512Vessel’s fax number:353 341 511Vessel’s telex number:353 341 510Vessel’s email address:master.bkelana4@miscbhd.amosconnect.com1.11Type of vessel:Oil Tanker 1.12Type of hull:Double Hull Classification 1.13Classification society: American Bureau of Shipping1.14Class notation: ABS + A1E OIL CARRIER + AMS,ACCU.IG,COW,UWILD,SH,SPM1.15If Classification society changed, name of previous society:1.16If Classification society changed, date of change:Not Applicable1.17IMO type, if applicable:1.18Does the vessel have ice class? If yes, state what level:N/A,1.19Date / place of last dry-dock:Dec 05, 2008Pasir Gudang, Johor 1.20Date next dry dock dueDec 01, 20111.21Date of last special survey / next survey due:Dec 05, 2008Dec 05, 20131.22Date of last annual survey:Jan 31, 20141.23If ship has Condition Assessment Program (CAP), what is the latest overallrating:1.24Does the vessel have a statement of compliance issued under the provisionsof the Condition Assessment Scheme (CAS): If yes, what is the expiry date?N/A Dimensions 1.25Length Over All (LOA):243.86 Metres1.26Length Between Perpendiculars (LBP):234 Metres1.27Extreme breadth (Beam):42 Metres1.28Moulded depth:21 Metres1.29Keel to Masthead (KTM) / KTM in collapsed condition (if applicable):49.63 Metres Metres1.30Bow to Center Manifold (BCM) / Stern to Center Manifold (SCM):120.26 Metres 123.6 Metres1.31Distance bridge front to center of manifold:82.56 Metres1.32Parallel body distances: LightshipNormal BallastSummer DwtForward to mid-point manifold:74 Metres 74 Metres 74 Metres Aft to mid-point manifold:83.7 Metres 83.7 Metres 83.7 MetresParallel body length:84 Metres 100.59 Metres 123.5 Metres1.33FWA at summer draft / TPC immersion at summer draft:334 Millimetres 91.98 Metric Tonnes1.34What is the max height of mast above waterline (air draft) Full MastCollapsed MastLightship:47.229 Metres0.0 MetresNormal ballast:42.73 Metres0.0 Metres At loaded summer deadweight:34.71 Metres0.0 Metres Tonnages 1.35Net Tonnage:32,7191.36Gross Tonnage / Reduced Gross Tonnage (if applicable):57,01745,4091.37Suez Canal Tonnage - Gross (SCGT) / Net (SCNT):58,675.1653,935.2  1.38Panama Canal Net Tonnage (PCNT):0 Loadline Information 1.39LoadlineFreeboardDraftDeadweightDisplacementSummer:6.118 Metres14.92 Metres105,815 MetricTonnes122,875 MetricTonnesWinter:6.428 Metres14.61 Metres102,967 MetricTonnes120,027 MetricTonnesTropical:5.808 Metres15.23 Metres108,668 MetricTonnes125,728 MetricTonnesLightship:18.637 Metres2.401 Metres17,060 Metric TonnesNormal Ballast Condition:14.138 Metres6.9 Metres36,001.8 MetricTonnes53,061.8 MetricTonnes1.40Does vessel have multiple SDWT?Yes1.41If yes, what is the maximum assigned deadweight?105,815 Metric Tonnes Ownership and Operation 1.42Registered owner - Full style: AET Petroleum Tankers (M) Sdn BhdLevel 25, Menara Dayabumi,Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin,50500 Kuala Lumpur,MalaysiaTel: +60 3 2267 4800Fax: +603 2273 0608Email: rajas@-tankers.comCompany IMO#: 3283281.43Technical operator - Full style: AET Shipmanagement (Malaysia) Sdn BhdLevel 11, Menara Dayabumi,Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin,50050 Kuala Lumpur,MalaysiaTel: +60 3 2267 4800Fax: +603 2274 1632Email: sm-hsse-kl@aet-tankers.com1.44Commercial operator - Full style: AET Tankers Pte Ltd.1 Harbourfront Avenue,#11-01 Keppel Bay Tower ,Singapore 098632,SingaporeTel: +65 6100 2288Fax: +65 6376 2791Email: crude@aet-tankers.com1.45Disponent owner - Full style:Not Applicable 2.CERTIFICATION IssuedLast Annualor IntermediateExpires 2.1Safety Equipment Certificate:Sep 10, 2008Sep 10, 2010Sep 10, 20102.2Safety Radio Certificate: Aug 22, 2009Aug 22, 2009Aug 21, 20102.3Safety Construction Certificate:Dec 06, 2008Jan 31, 2014Jan 31, 20142.4Loadline Certificate:Dec 06, 2008Jan 31, 2014Jan 31, 20142.5International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate(IOPPC):Jan 01, 2010Jan 01, 2010Jan 31, 20142.6Safety Management Certificate (SMC):Mar 06, 2007Mar 17, 2011Mar 17, 20112.7Document of Compliance (DOC):Jun 01, 2009Not ApplicableMay 08, 20112.8USCG (specify: COC, LOC or COI):2.9Civil Liability Convention Certificate (CLC):Feb 18, 2010Feb 20, 20112.10Civil Liability for Bunker Oil Pollution DamageConvention Certificate (CLBC):Feb 18, 2010Feb 20, 20112.11U.S. Certificate of Financial Responsibility (COFR):Oct 13, 2009Oct 12, 20122.12Certificate of Fitness (Chemicals):Not ApplicableNot Applicable2.13Certificate of Fitness (Gas):Not ApplicableNot Applicable2.14Certificate of Class:Dec 06, 2008Jan 31, 2014Jan 31, 2014  2.15International Ship Security Certificate (ISSC):Mar 18, 2006Mar 17, 2011Mar 17, 20112.16International Sewage Pollution Prevention Certificate(ISPPC)Dec 06, 2008Dec 06, 20132.17International Air Pollution Prevention Certificate (IAPP): Apr 13, 2010Apr 13, 2010Dec 31, 2014 Documentation 2.18Does vessel have all updated publications as listed in the Vessel InspectionQuestionnaire, Chapter 2- Question 2.24, as applicable:Yes 2.19Owner warrant that vessel is member of ITOPF and will remain so for theentire duration of this voyage/contract:No 3.CREW MANAGEMENT 3.1Nationality of Master:Ghana3.2Nationality of Officers:Malaysian/Indian/Filipino/Bangladesh/Myanmar/Ghanaian3.3Nationality of Crew:Malaysian/Indian / Filipino3.4If Officers/Crew employed by a Manning Agency - Full style:Officers: AET SHIP MANAGEMENT MALAYSIA SDNBHDLevel 11, Menara Dayabumi,Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin,50050 Kuala Lumpur,MalaysiaTel: +60322674800Fax: +60322741632Telex: nilEmail: sm-hrsea@aet-tankers.comCrew: AET SHIP MANAGEMENT MALAYSIA SDNBHDLevel 11, Menara Dayabumi,Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin,50050 Kuala Lumpur,MalaysiaTel: +60322674800Fax: +60322741632Telex: nilEmail: sm-hrsea@aet-tankers.com3.5What is the common working language onboard:English3.6Do officers speak and understand English:Yes3.7In case of Flag Of Convenience, is the ITF Special Agreement on board:N/A 4.HELICOPTERS 4.1Can the ship comply with the ICS Helicopter Guidelines:Yes4.2If Yes, state whether winching or landing area provided:Winching 5.FOR USA CALLS 5.1Has the vessel Operator submitted a Vessel Spill Response Plan to the USCoast Guard which has been approved by official USCG letter:No5.2Qualified individual (QI) - Full style:NA5.3Oil Spill Response Organization (OSRO) -Full style:NANATel: NAFax: NA5.4Has technical operator signed the SCIA / C-TPAT agreement with UScustoms concerning drug smuggling:No 6.CARGO AND BALLAST HANDLINGDouble Hull Vessels 6.1Is vessel fitted with centerline bulkhead in all cargo tanks:Yes6.2If Yes, is bulkhead solid or perforated:Solid Cargo Tank Capacities  6.3Capacity (98%) of each natural segregation with double valve (specify tanks):Seg #1: 38399.5 m3 (1 P&S / 4 P&S / SLOPP&S)Seg #2: 40494.3 m3 (2 P&S / 5 P&S)Seg #3: 39076.2 m3 (3 P&S / 6 P&S)6.4Total cubic capacity (98%, excluding slop tanks):115,537 Cu. Metres6.5Slop tank(s) capacity (98%):2,433.2 Cu. Metres6.6Residual/Retention oil tank(s) capacity (98%), if applicable:Cu. Metres6.7Does vessel have Segregated Ballast Tanks (SBT) or Clean Ballast Tanks(CBT):SBT SBT Vessels 6.8What is total capacity of SBT?38,010.7 Cu. Metres6.9What percentage of SDWT can vessel maintain with SBT only:36.826.10Does vessel meet the requirements of MARPOL Annex I Reg 18.2:(previously Reg 13.2)Yes Cargo Handling 6.11How many grades/products can vessel load/discharge with double valvesegregation:36.12Maximum loading rate for homogenous cargo per manifold connection:4,000 Cu. Metres/Hour 6.13Maximum loading rate for homogenous cargo loaded simultaneously throughall manifolds:9,000 Cu. Metres/Hour 6.14Are there any cargo tank filling restrictions. If yes, please specify: Pumping Systems 6.15Pumps:No.TypeCapacityCargo:3Centrifugal3000 M3/HRStripping:1Reciprocating300 Cu. Metres/Hour Eductors:1400 Cu. Metres/Hour Ballast:2Centrifugal2,000 Cu.Metres/Hour 6.16How many cargo pumps can be run simultaneously at full capacity:3 Cargo Control Room 6.17Is ship fitted with a Cargo Control Room (CCR):Yes6.18Can tank innage / ullage be read from the CCR:Yes Gauging and Sampling 6.19Can ship operate under closed conditions in accordance with ISGOTT:Yes6.20What type of fixed closed tank gauging system is fitted:Radar 6.21Are overfill (high-high) alarms fitted? If Yes, indicate whether to all tanks or partial: ALL Vapor Emission Control 6.22Is a vapor return system (VRS) fitted:Yes6.23Number/size of VRS manifolds (per side):2500 Millimetres Venting 6.24State what type of venting system is fitted:Common Line Cargo Manifolds 6.25Does vessel comply with the latest edition of the OCIMF 'Recommendationsfor Oil Tanker Manifolds and Associated Equipment’:Yes6.26What is the number of cargo connections per side:36.27What is the size of cargo connections:500 Millimetres6.28What is the material of the manifold:Mild steel Manifold Arrangement 6.29Distance between cargo manifold centers:2,500 Millimetres6.30Distance ships rail to manifold:4,600 Millimetres6.31Distance manifold to ships side:4,600 Millimetres6.32Top of rail to center of manifold:700 Millimetres6.33Distance main deck to center of manifold:1,800 Millimetres6.34Manifold height above the waterline in normal ballast / at SDWT condition:15.938 Metres7.918 Metres
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