Regina Maersk

The Regina Maersk is a "K" class box ship of A.P.Moller- Maersk Group. The container vessel was built in 1996 and deployed on the Europe-Far East liner service.

At the time of her delivery, the vessel broke many records as she was:

  • the first ship over 6,000 TEU capacity (actual capacity of 6,400 TEU);
  • the first container ship over 300 meters (length of 318.2 meters);
  • the first with 42.80 m breadth; and
  • the first over 80,000 GT;
  • also the first Mærsk vessel with a blue-painted hull

In 2008, the vessel name was renamed to Maersk Kure, and the registry was also changed, from Denmark to Greece.

Maersk Kure (ex. Regina Mærsk)

Maersk Kure (ex. Regina Mærsk)

Ship particulars

Name Regina Mærsk
Shipowner A. P. Moller-Maersk Group
Ship operator Maersk Line
Nationality Denmark
Shipyard Odense Steel Shipyard Ltd, Denmark
Call size OZIN2
IMO number 9085522
Length of overall 318.24m
Beam 42.8m
Draft 14.02m
Depth 24.1m
GT 81,488
NT 43,399
DWT 84,900
Capacity (nominal) 6,418 TEUs
Refer Plug 703
Maker Man B&W
Type 12K90MC
Power 74,640 HP
Speed 25 knots

Sister ships

Other "K" class vessels of Maersk Line and their building/renaming years:

  • "Knud Maersk" 1996
  • "Kate Maersk" 1996
  • "Karen Maersk" 1996
  • "Katrine Maersk" 1997 (renamed: "Maersk Kokura" 2008)
  • "Kirsten Maersk" 1997 (renamed: "Maersk Kawasaki" 2007)

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