Friday, October 30, 2009
Today's ship of the day is the recently delivered MSC Daniela (IMO: 9399014, Port of Registry: Panama). This container vessel is 366 meters long and 51 meters wide. Due to her design with the superstructure midships, she is capable of transporting about 14,000 TEU, more than Maersk's PS-class (amongst which is the Emma Maersk). One can argue about the looks of this vessel, however the design ensures for better stability and lower trim for higher speed, when the ship is fully loaded. The main engine of the container ship is MAN B&W 12K98MC-C with full output power of 72,240 kW. This power is enough for the ship to reach maximum speed of 25 knots. The MSC Daniela is operated by Mediterranean Shipping Company on their Far-East to Europe loop.
The MSC Daniela will arrive later tonight at the ECT Delta terminal, Rotterdam from Felixstowe and will depart within 36 hours.
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Thursday, October 29, 2009
The EDT Protea (IMO: 9019107, Port of Registry: Limassol, Cyprus) is a dynamically positioned diving support vessel, fully equipped to perform subsea construction activities, as well as to support inspection-, repair- and maintenance contracts for offshore and subsea structures. The vessel is fitted with a dedicated surface demand diving system and an inspection class ROV system. The systems set-up is optimized for working in the specific outhern North Sea conditions with high (bottom) currents and low visibility. The vessel is owned by Navibay shipping, and operated by EDT Offshore ltd. She is 91 metres long, 15 metres wide and has a gross tonnage of 3,746 and provides accomodation to a crew of 88 persons. She was built in 1991 by Flekkefjord Slip, Norway and converted to her current form in 2006 by Naval Shipyard, Poland.
The EDT Protea is scheduled to arrive this evening at the Waalhaven, Rotterdam.
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Monday, October 26, 2009
The Elly Maersk is scheduled to arrived later this afternoon at the APM terminal, Rotterdam from the port of Algeciras. She will stay there for about 36 hours. The vessel will then set sail for Bremerhaven on the APM AE1 line. She will return within about 7 weeks to Rotterdam.
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Saturday, October 24, 2009
The Queen Victoria has entered the port of Rotterdam this morning and will berth at the Holland Amerikakade.
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Friday, October 23, 2009
The Stena Antarctica (IMO: 9322827, Port of Registry: George Town, Cayman Islands) is quite unique since there are only a few ice class tankers with the dimensions this vessel has. The Stena Antarctica is 250 metres long, almost 44 metres wide and has a draught of almost 15 metres. These dimensions give the Aframax-dimensioned tanker a deadweight tonnage of 115,000. She was built in 2006 by Samsung Heavy Industries, Korea, is currently owned by Moon Shipping Servicos e Navegacao Lda and is on a 10 year long timecharter for Progetra, Russia.
The Stena Antarctica is scheduled to arrive later this evening at the Calandkanaal, Rotterdam from Kronshtadt, Russia.
Thursday, October 22, 2009
The Bar Protector is arrived this morning at the ERS quay, Schiedam for loading supplies. She will stay there for about 3 days.
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Wednesday, October 21, 2009
The Al Shegaya arrived in Rotterdam this morning from Mina Al Ahmadi, Kuwait for discharging at the MOT terminal.
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
The CMA CGM Rigoletto (IMO: 9299654, Port of Registry: Marseille) is an in 2006, by Hyundai Heavy Industries built, Post-Panamax container vessel, capable of transporting up to 9,400 teu. She is 349 metres long, almost 43 metres wide, has a maximum draught of about 15 metres and a deadweight tonnage of 107,000. The CMA CGM Rigoletto also provides passenger accomodation with five passenger cabins. On board, guests can book a single or double room and enjoy the ship’s amenities including a lounge, gymnasium, pool and library along with meals at the captain’s table. Travelers seeking an uncommon cruise adventure between Asia and Europe need look no further. The CMA CGM Rigoletto is the fifth of eight super mega container vessels deployed in the new European (FAL2) service jointly operated by CMA CGM and China Shipping. Her sisters are: CMA CGM Fidelio, Medea and Norma.
Copyright: Jens Boldt
The CMA CGM Rigoletto is scheduled to enter the Port of Rotterdam later this morning. She will berth at the ECT Delta Terminal and depart within 36 hours with destination Hamburg.
Monday, October 19, 2009
The Alexander Carl arrived this morning at the EECV terminal, Rotterdam with a load of iron ore from Port Walcott, Australia.
Friday, October 16, 2009
The NYK Oceanus will arrive later tonight from Hamburg on the EU3-loop. She will leave within 48 hours with destination China and will return to Rotterdam in about two months.
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Thursday, October 15, 2009
The Minerva Ellie is scheduled to arrive this evening at the MOT Terminal, Rotterdam with the last port of call at Hound Point, UK.
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Tuesday, October 13, 2009
The CMA CGM Don Carlos (IMO: 9305491, flag: Liberia) is a 8,204 teu capable vessel, delivered in June 2007 by Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries. Her sister ship is the CMA CGM Parsifal which was SotD earlier this year. The ship is 334 meters long, almost 43 meters wide and has a deadweight tonnage of 100,800. She is currently sailing on CMA-CGM's French Asia Line 3 (FAL3) which services a line between China and Europe.
The CMA CGM Don Carlos will arrive in Rotterdam this afternoon from Hamburg and will depart within 36 hours for Zeebrugge. Afterwards the vessel will visit Le Havre, Malta and will then set sail to China via Khor Al Fakkan (AE). The ship will visit Rotterdam again within two months.
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Friday, October 09, 2009
The Mighty Servant I will arrive this morning at the Holland Amerikakade, Rotterdam.
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Wednesday, October 07, 2009
Today's SotD is the Eva N (IMO: 9127150, Ex. Name: Berge Nord, Port of Registry: Monrovia, Liberia) . She is currently owned by Neu Seeschiffahrt, Germany. The Eva N has a deadweight tonnage of 218,000, a draught of almost 19 meters and has seven holds and hatches. The ship was built in 1997 by Hyundai Heavy Industries in Korea. This 305 meters long, 53 meters wide bulk carrier is the biggest ship to enter the Arctic sea. Other vessels owned by Neu Seeschiffahrt and visiting Rotterdam regularly are: Faith N, Alfred N and Waterman N.
The Eva N arrived last night at the EECV bulk terminal, Rotterdam from Seven Islands, Canada carrying iron ore.
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Monday, October 05, 2009
The Emma Maersk will arrive this evening at the APM terminal, Rotterdam from Algeciras where she will stay for about 36 hours. The vessel will then set sail for Bremerhaven on the APM AE1 line. She will return within about two months to Rotterdam.
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Thursday, October 01, 2009
The NYK Vesta will later this evening at the ECT Delta Terminal coming from Hamburg.
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