Maersk Lima

Maersk Lima is the first vessel in the series of 16 highly sophisticated; energy saving 7.500 TEU SAMMAX vessels which A.P. Moller-Maersk in 2008 ordered for its South America-South East Asia Container Service at Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) in South Korea.


NAVTEAM secured, in close corporation with Japan Radio Co. Ltd., and Yokogawa, the order for a full Navigation and Communication package for this massive series of identical Container vessels.

The vessels delivery started in April 2011 and last vessel in the series will commence service in early 2013. The vessels will trade between Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and ports in South East Asia.

The vessels are the largest vessels to enter the Asia-South America service and are tailor made to Maximum length, and Draft to enter the ports along the routes , and are the most fuel efficient vessels on the trade. The vessels 1.700 Reefer plugs makes the vessels the world largest refrigerated vessels.

Vessel particulars 

 Name of the ship  MAERSK LIMA
 Type of ship  Container ship
 DWT  93.600 tons
 Year of build  2011 / 04
 Yard / hull number  4214
 Maximum speed (Kn)  23
 Overall length (m)  300
 Overall beam (m)  45.2
 Maximum draught (m)  12.50
 Maximum TEU capacity  7500
 Builder  Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
 Flag  Hong Kong
 Class society  American Bureau of Shipping
 Owner  A.P. Moller Maersk - Singapore


Equipment list

The vessels are equipped with the following scope of supply from JRC & Yokogawa

 JMA-9100 series  S-band and X-band radars
 JAN-901 series  Dual ECDIS
 JAN-2000  Conning display
 JHS-182  AIS
 JLN-550  Dual axis Speed log
 JFE-680  Dual Echo sounder
 JLR-7800  Dual DGPS with route transfer to ECDIS
 JCY-1800  VDR with active Remote Maintenance server
 CMZ-900D  Dual Gyro system
 PT-500  Autopilot system
 JSS-296  GMDSS MF/HF radio station
 JHS-780D  GMDSS Duplex VHFs
 JUE-85  GMDSS dual Inmarsat C
 JUE-500  Inmarsat Fleet broadband
 JAX-9B  Weather Facsimile
 GP-340  Work UHF radios
 OpenPort  Iridium OpenPort
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