Berge Sarstein

Delivered on 1 March 2017, Berge Sarstein is considered one of our flagships for her sleek deck-house – known as the ‘Aero Citadel’, her accommodation block was created for minimal wind resistance to reduce bunker consumption. The block also boasts of improved anti-piracy measures whilst providing luxurious living quarters for crew.

The cape size vessel was also first in our fleet to be equipped with a chemical type ballast water treatment system. Slightly different from her sisters, Berge Kosciuszko and Berge Mawson, she was fitted with newly improved hull lines and a straight stern.

She was named after Austria’s Mount Sarstein (also Hoher Sarstein), which stands at 1,975 metres above sea level and is renowned as a challenging steep climb for any mountaineer.

Berge Tai Shan
Port of Registry/FlagDouglas, Isle of Man
DWT182,200 MT
Length Overall291.95m
No. of Hatches9
No. of Holds9
No. 121,240 m 3
No. 222,945 m 3
No. 322,962 m 3
No. 422,966 m 3
No. 522,929 m 3
No. 622,923 m 3
No. 722,953 m 3
No. 822,930m 3
No. 919,625 m 3
Total Max. Load201,473 m 3
Main Engine TypeHITECH–MAN B&W 6G70ME-C9.5
Max Output15,800 kW x 75 rpm
TypeDaihatsu 6DE-18
Max Output860 DW (0.86MW)

Douglas, Isle of Man

Dead-weight tonnage

182,200 Metric Tonnes