Vessel type Info:
"The Hartman M2 Runner is a 3,500 dwt ship that can do what a 6,000 dwt ship does, but has the cost profile of a 2,000 dwt ship" is
the way customers understand this strange newcomer. With its distinctive look, with the bridge and accommodation only taking up half
of the width of the deck, it gives nearly twice the square meterage of deck and 30% more cubic meterage of hold space as conventional
vessels - the M2 Runner has 2,900 m2 of deck space versus a standard 3,500 dwt ship's 1,600 m2. It has 90 metres of useable deck space
on an overall length of 93 metres.
With its Open Top notation, which only a dozen or so ships have, it is able to carry large items that otherwise would need a larger
vessel's hold to accommodate them with the hatches closed. It can load and unload at sea; it has a 30% lower running cost due to
innovative features; the deck has twice the usual strength to accommodate point loads of project cargo; it has an IMO dangerous goods
notation and can even carry nuclear cargo.