Refrigerated gas tanker, MS 'Gambada', 1972.
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Model. The adoption of liquid petroleum gas as a world energy resource led to the introduction of a special form of sea transportation. The 'Gambada', and her sister ship the 'Gazana', were built by Cammell Laird for the P&O Group. The 'Gambada' is a single-screw Liquefied Petroleum Gas and Ammonia Carrier for the transportation of gas under low temperature by refrigeration.