Fleet Overview

AAL boasts the sector’s youngest fleet of new generation and technologically advanced multipurpose heavy lift vessels. For 20 years we have serviced the world’s most dynamic industries and have become carrier of choice for some of the leading names in their respective sectors – handling all manner of breakbulk, heavy lift and project cargo and non-containerised bulk. Having completed our new building program in 2014 and with added quality tonnage through long-term time charters and global cooperations, we are today ranked among the world’s leading multipurpose operators, with carefully selected and highly flexible classes of mpp vessel positioned around the world, serving the needs of both our Tramp & Projects and Liner Services divisions.

Our owned fleet of 14 multipurpose heavy lift vessels offers superior infrastructure with side-mounted heavy lift cranes, large and even deck space, removable and height-adjustable ‘tween decks, large box shaped cargo holds with independent dehumidifiers, strengthened tank tops as well as appropriate lifting and lashing equipment. These highly versatile multipurpose vessels were designed to load and transport all manner of industrial and commercial heavy lift and dry bulk cargo to and from the busiest, or most remote, ports across the world. Our two classes of owned vessels – the A-Class (31,000 dwt) and the S-Class (19,000 dwt) also feature a combined lifting capacity (via 2 port mounted cranes) of 700 mt.

With such a highly flexible heavy lift fleet at our disposal, we not only satisfy the rigorous daily demands of both our scheduled liner and our semi-liner services, but we can also recommend and assign mpp vessels to suit individual cargo and project requirements. Supporting this fleet is an in-house technical and engineering team, on-hand to plan and execute complex stowage and securing solutions that insure the safest possible transit of cargo, vessel and crew from port to port.

Fleet Profile (Owned Vessels)

A-Class Vessel

A-Class Vessels

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Vessel Type: MPV – Multi Purpose Heavy Lift Vessel – New Generation
Classification: Germanischer Lloyd GL+ 100 A5 E
LOA: 193.9 m
DWT: 31,000 mt
Max Draft: 11.20 m
Max Lifting: SWL 700 mt (combined cranes no. 2 & 3)
Crane No. 1: SWL 50mt – Outreach 24.0m
Crane No. 2: SWL 350mt – Outreach 32.0m/140mt, 14.0m/350mt
Crane No. 3: SWL 350mt – Outreach 32.0m/140mt, 14.0m/350mt
Crane No. 4: SWL 100mt – Outreach 30.0m/38mt, 24.0m/100mt
Auxiliary Hoist: SWL 40mt – Outreach 35.0m
Max Capacity: approx 39,500cbm under deck space
Extra large Hatches, approx 38 x 12.5m
Extras: Flexible tweendeck positions
Skyward resting position for cranes
Vessels in Service: 10
Vessels: AAL Brisbane IMO 9498341
AAL Kembla IMO 9498353
AAL Singapore IMO 9498365
AAL Shanghai IMO 9498377
AAL Pusan IMO 9498389
AAL Kobe IMO 9498444
AAL Melbourne IMO 9498456
AAL Hong Kong IMO 9498468
AAL Dalian IMO 9498470
AAL Newcastle IMO 9498482
S-Class Vessel

S-Class Vessels

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Vessel Type: MPV – Multi Purpose Heavy Lift Vessel – New Generation
Classification: Germanischer Lloyd GL+ 100 A5 E
LOA: 148.5 m
DWT: 19,000 mt
Max Draft: 9.80 m
Max Lifting: SWL 700 mt (combined)
Crane No. 1: SWL 350mt – Outreach 32.0m/140mt, 14.0m/350mt
Crane No. 2: SWL 350mt – Outreach 32.0m/140mt, 14.0m/350mt
Auxiliary Hoist: SWL 40mt – Outreach 35.0m
Extras: Extra large Hatches, approx 52 x 18.5m
Flexible tweendeck positions
Skyward resting position for cranes
No centreline bulkhead
Vessels in Service: 4
Vessels: AAL Fremantle IMO 9521095
AAL Dampier IMO 9521540
AAL Nanjing IMO 9521552
AAL Bangkok IMO 9521564
W-Class Vessel

W-Class Vessels

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Vessel Type: Multi Purpose Dry Cargo Ship, Equipped for
Carriage of Containers
Classification: GL +100 A5
LOA: 179.50 mtr
Beam: 28,00 mtr
DWT: 32.387 mts
GT 22,863
NT 10,602
Max Draft: 10.80 mtr SSW
Max Lifting: hatch 2/3/4 to 110 mts by means of a traverse beam
Crane No. 1: SWL 60mts
Crane No. 2 & 3: SWL 60mts
Cargo Capacity: 36,522 cbm Tweendecks installed /
39,042 cbm Tweendecks stowed on deck
Main Engine: MAN B&W, 1 x 6S50 MC-C7, 8.800 KW
Container Capacity: 1158 x 20′ / 545 x 40′

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Vessel Types

A-Class Vessel

A-Class Vessels

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Vessel Type: MPV – Multi Purpose Heavy Lift Vessel – New Generation
Classification: Germanischer Lloyd GL+ 100 A5 E
LOA: 193.9 m
DWT: 31,000 mt
Max Draft: 11.20 m
Max Lifting: SWL 700 mt (combined cranes no. 2 & 3)
Crane No. 1: SWL 50mt – Outreach 24.0m
Crane No. 2: SWL 350mt – Outreach 32.0m/140mt, 14.0m/350mt
Crane No. 3: SWL 350mt – Outreach 32.0m/140mt, 14.0m/350mt
Crane No. 4: SWL 100mt – Outreach 30.0m/38mt, 24.0m/100mt
Auxiliary Hoist: SWL 40mt – Outreach 35.0m
Max Capacity: approx 39,500cbm under deck space Extras: Extra large Hatches, approx 38 x 12.5m
Flexible tweendeck positions
Skyward resting position for cranes
Vessels in Service: 10 Vessels: AAL Brisbane – IMO 9498341
AAL Kembla – IMO 9498353
AAL Singapore – IMO 9498365
AAL Shanghai – IMO 9498377
AAL Pusan – IMO 9498389
AAL Kobe – IMO 9498444
AAL Melbourne – IMO 9498456
AAL Hong Kong – IMO 9498468
AAL Dalian – IMO 9498470
AAL Newcastle – IMO 9498482

S-Class Vessel

S-Class Vessels

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Vessel Type: MPV – Multi Purpose Heavy Lift Vessel – New Generation
Classification: Germanischer Lloyd GL+ 100 A5 E
LOA: 148.5 m
DWT: 19,000 mt
Max Draft: 9.80 m
Max Lifting: SWL 700 mt (combined)
Crane No. 1: SWL 350mt – Outreach 32.0m/140mt, 14.0m/350mt
Crane No. 2: SWL 350mt – Outreach 32.0m/140mt, 14.0m/350mt
Auxiliary Hoist: SWL 40mt – Outreach 35.0m
Extras: Extra large Hatches, approx 52 x 18.5m
Flexible tweendeck positions
Skyward resting position for cranes
No centreline bulkhead
Vessels in Service: 4 Vessels: AAL Fremantle – IMO 9521095
AAL Dampier – IMO 9521540
AAL Nanjing – IMO 9521552
AAL Bangkok – IMO 9521564

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AAL Owned Fleet

Class Vessel Name Built DWT Lifting Capacity (MT)
1 A-Class AAL Brisbane 2010 31,000 700
2 A-Class AAL Kembla 2011 31,000 700
3 A-Class AAL Singapore 2011 31,000 700
4 A-Class AAL Shanghai 2012 31,000 700
5 A-Class AAL Pusan 2012 31,000 700
6 A-Class AAL Kobe 2012 31,000 700
7 A-Class AAL Melbourne 2013 31,000 700
8 A-Class AAL Hong Kong 2013 31,000 700
9 A-Class AAL Dalian 2013 31,000 700
10 A-Class AAL Newcastle 2014 31,000 700
11 S-Class AAL Fremantle 2011 19,000 700
12 S-Class AAL Dampier 2011 19,000 700
13 S-Class AAL Nanjing 2012 19,000 700
14 S-Class AAL Bangkok 2012 19,000 700

Long Term Time Charters

15 W-Class Lisbon Trade 2009 33,217 120
16 W-Class San Marino Trader 2010 33,217 120
17 W-Class Warnow Moon 2010 33,217 120
18 W-Class Warnow Merkur 2010 33,217 120
19 W-Class Paris Trade 2011 33,217 120
20 W-Class Warnow Jupiter 2011 33,217 120
21 W-Class Warnow Mars 2011 33,217 120
TOTAL 21 Vessels 618,519