SDC Ship Design & Consult GmbH is a consultant company for the shipping world. It offers a powerful combination of experienced personnel and backing of its network companies supported by modern hard- and software. SDC is serving the shipping world with a wide range of advanced consultancy services from conceptual design to operation assistance to ship owners, ship operators, authorities and shipyards. SDC was established in 1997 by Hamburg Shipmodel Basin (HSVA), Germanischer Lloyd (GL) and Dr. Harald Jensen. Nowadays SDC is jointly owned by HSVA and Dr. Jensen. A small but competent team of Naval Architects making use of a proven network of maritime specialists provides flexible, quick reacting and non-bureaucratic services for any kind of shipbuilding and conversion projects, as well as during ship operation. Because purpose made ships are the best answer to rough economical waters, ambitious owners are warmly welcome at SDC Ship Design & Consult GmbH.
Next generation future proof CementCarrier-CemCoaster+-Clipper,L98m,W15.6m,4650t,6m draft.MaK ME,allowing DFconversion.Run LNG or MDO complying with emission rules.The bulkhandling optimised on max.flexibility for all terminals weather independent. Loading apa. 500t/h, unloading. 250t/h, ideally suited to Baltrader customers. Optimized for low fuel consumpt.: e.g. hull lines, propulsion. Combination of main parts as rudder,propeller,nozzle strongly optimized to trade safely, efficiently NorthernEurope.
CemCoaster and CemClipper,measures L:98m,W:15.6m,4650t at 6 m draft. Equipped with an MaK M/E,allowing a future conversion into dual fuel operation. The ships will then be optionally run on LNG or MDO. Both options comply with requisite emission rules.The design of the bulkhandling system is optimised on max. flexibility in loading/unloading options for all possible terminal requirements. With loading capacity of 500t/h and unloading capacity of 250t/h this system is ideally suited to the needs of Baltrader’s customers. Apart from operational and safety aspects, all decisions are geared towards low fuel consumption, in particular the design of hull lines and propulsion. Considerable effort was made to optimize combination of main components such as rudder propeller and nozzle in order to trade ships safely and efficiently in sea conditions typical for Northern Europe. All preparations for later installation of LNG system have been considered to ensure swift change to a dual fuel vessel