Steps

Follow the steps below to calculate your results.

    Operational details

  1. Rhine
  2. Vessel type & engine
  3. Operational costs & hours
  4. Greening options

  5. Propeller Upgrade , LNG DF 80-20
  6. Refine costs
  7. Evaluate results

  8. View and download results

Select vessel

Choose from the following vessel types according to the Classification of European Inland Waterways and your previously selected sailing region. Provide the build year of your main engine to identify its emission profile.

Vessel type

Choose from the vessel types based on your sailing region. Can't find your vessel type? Choose the most similar one or that matches your classification.

CEMT Class I

Tonnage (t) 365
Length (m) 38.5
Beam (m) 5.05

CEMT Class II

Tonnage (t) 550
Length (m) 55
Beam (m) 6.6

CEMT Class III

Tonnage (t) 860
Length (m) 30
Beam (m) 7.2

CEMT Class III

Tonnage (t) 913
Length (m) 67
Beam (m) 8.2

CEMT Class III

Tonnage (t) 1260
Length (m) 85
Beam (m) 8.2

CEMT Class IV

Tonnage (t) 1540
Length (m) 85
Beam (m) 9.5

CEMT Class V

Tonnage (t) 2750
Length (m) 110
Beam (m) 11.4

CEMT Class VIb

Tonnage (t) 5600
Length (m) 135
Beam (m) 14.2

CEMT Class Vb / VIa

Tonnage (t) 4600
Length (m) -
Beam (m) -

CEMT Class VI

Tonnage (t) 9200
Length (m) -
Beam (m) -

CEMT Class III

Tonnage (t) 700
Length (m) 100
Beam (m) 15

Main engine

Engine emission profiles vary according to the year of construction. Therefore, based on the number of engines in a certain class of year of construction, weighted averages were taken to determine the profile of NOx and PM emissions, which are the most relevant for the external costs. The emission profiles applied in the model for the various engine base years are presented below.

Provide details about costs & hours