Iraq receives multiproposal built by Cardama Shipyard
The "Thulficar" was provisionally renamed as "Cardama 241"
Francisco Cardama SA shipyard from Vigo has delivered its last ship built in its Beiramar slipways. It is a 42 m. Length and 14 m. Beam multipropossal vessel, which arrived to Basora last week. The Project springed of an international call for tender taken place in March 2014. Vessel shipowner South Oil Company (SOC) is a public enterprise from the Ministry of Petroleum and, at the same time, it is a subsidiary of Iraq National Oil Company (INOC). The vessel was initially baptized as Thulficar, even thought, it has been changed provisionally to Cardama.
The vessel was designed by CNV Naval Arquitec, engineering office from Vigo with a previous large experience at drawing trawlers, oceanographic and fishing boats of all kinds, from longligners, trawlers to small cost boats. Contract amount reached 10 million dollars. Cardama shipyard, which celebrated its 100-anniversary last year, is nowadays building a multiproposal ship for Senegal, that is planned to be delivered next January 2018.
(Source: Faro de Vigo)