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Olga Mærsk

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Olga Mærsk is the name of three container ships and two tanker operated by the Mærsk line. The Olga Mærsk class of ships is named for the 2003-built ship:

  • 1948–1979, Olga Mærsk a 6,591 GRT container ship ( IMO number: 5262407), sold by Mærsk in 1968
  • 1970–1995, a 30,039 GRT container ship ( IMO number: 7023922), subsequently named Asya I (1981–1989), Sunderland (1989–1993), Yellow Island (1993–1995) and Delta Joy (1995–1997)
  • 1984–2001, a 14,102 GRT LPG tanker ( IMO number: 8217908), renamed as Sine Mærsk in 1992 and finally Mærsk Stafford (1993–2001)
  • 1992–2002, a 27,997 GT tanker ( IMO number: 8613293) originally named Eleo Maersk (1987–1992). Subsequently named Jacaranda (2002–2004), Tristar Kuwait (2004–2012) and Kuwait (2012–)
  • 2003–, Olga Mærsk a 34,202 GT container ship ( IMO number: 9251614), first in the Olga Mærsk class
  • Ship class

    There are four ships in the Olga Mærsk class: Olga Mærsk, Olivia Mærsk, Oluf Mærsk and Gorm Mærsk.

    References

    Olga Mærsk Wikipedia


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