Friday, December 30, 2011

OVERVIEW 2011

First let us start off with wishing you all the best for 2012. May all your wishes come true and may you have a prosperous and healthy year. The end of 2011 is well in sight and this gives us a great opportunity to look back on the year that has passed. In 2011 we have changed the layout of the website quite a bit with more possibilities for interactivity and a better outline of the website. The first ship of 2011 was the CMA CGM Norma, back then still one of the largest vessels in CMA CGM's fleet, but only recently knocked from her lead position by the CMA CGM Christoph Colomb, which featured the new ship design with the superstructure midships. In the first months of 2011 we've covered a great number of ship from various shiptypes, such as the jack-up rig Noble Scott Marks, heavy load vessel Rolldock Sun and the schooner Eendracht which returned to Rotterdam on March 29 after six months travelling in the Caribbean.

In May we saw the start of the cruise season in Rotterdam. Throughout the summer Rotterdam has been visited by a several cruise ships such as the Emerald Princess, AidaBlu, Cunard's Queen Elizabeth and of course several visits of Holland America's Ryndam and Rotterdam.

August was the month in which we covered the most different ships and shiptypes, such as oil tanker Ovatella, crane vessel Rambiz and pipelayers Tog Mor and Solitaire.

September and October appeared to be quiet months with mainly containerships, bulk carriers and tankers to be Ship of the Day. This peace came to a sudden halt when we saw containervessels Pantonio and CMA CGM Alaska collide with each other at the Maas Entrance area after a blackout of the Pantonio. Subsequently, we've reached the highest number of visitors on one day at October 11, 12 and 13. This brings us to the statistics. The busiest month for Ship of the Day of 2011, calculated in number of visits was October, of course due to beformentioned collision. May was also a very good month of course affected by the opening of the cruise season. Most visited pages are the post in 2007 of the Eleonora Maersk, the 2008 post of the Eugen Maersk to which Wikipedia links and again the collision of the CMA CGM Alaska and Pantonio. We've seen 115,000 pageviews from 54,000 unique visitors of which the top 5 comes from the US, UK, Netherlands, Germany and Philippines (I see seamen are also interested!).

As you can see, it has been a great year for Ship of the Day. Although it is sometimes time-consuming, it is also a lot of fun. We wish to thank you for visiting this website and hope to see you back in 2012, hopefully with a good number of posts from us each month.

Thursday, December 29, 2011

STELLANOVA

Stellanova
The Stellanova (IMO: 9085730, Port of Registry: Rotterdam) is a heavy load ship operated by Jumbo Shipping. She is, together with her sisters Jumbo Spirit and Fairload, the smallest vessel in Jumbo's fleet. The ship is almost 96 metres long, about 18 metres wide and has a gross tonnage of 4,962. She has one hold with a bale capacity of 7176 cubic metres, one crane with a capacity of 250 tons and 1 derrick with a 250 tons capacity (in combi 500 tons). The vessel was built in 1996 by the IJssel Vliet Combination, the Netherlands.

The Stellanova is scheduled to arrive later this evening at the Waalhaven, Rotterdam with the last port of call at Gabon, Africa.

Click here for the current position of the Stellanova

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

MAERSK EDISON

The Maersk Edison (IMO: 9463011, Port of Registry: London) is Maersk's answer to the new breed of containervessels, introduced by MSC, with the superstructure midships. The Maersk Edison was the first of nine newbuildings in this class, amongst which are the Maersk Edinburgh, Maersk Edmonton and Maersk Eindhoven. The vessel is 366 meters long and 48 meters wide and has a deadweight of 141,000 tonnes. She has a maximum capacity of 13,092 teu. The vessels are deployed in Maersk's AE-7 and AE-8 loop where they will replace the VLCS ships. The vessels are crucial in Maersk's strategy to maintain and expand market share. Rumours are that Maersk is also considering 18,000 teu vessels to be built in the following years.

The Maersk Edison arrived last night at the APM Terminal, Rotterdam from Le Havre. She will return to Rotterdam next week on her second call to Rotterdam this loop.
Maersk Edison
Source: Shipspotting.com
Copyright: Klaus Kehrls


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Thursday, December 22, 2011

THIALF

ThialfThe Thialf (IMO: 8757740, Port of Registry: Panama) is the largest deepwater construction vessel (DCV) in the fleet of owner Heerema Marine Contractors (also operating crane vessel Hermod), and is capable of a tandem lift of 14,200 t (15,600 short tons). The dual cranes provide for depth reach lowering capability as well as heavy lift capacity to set topsides. The cranes can reach a lifting height of 95 meters above workdeck. This multi-functional dynamic positioned DCV is tailored for the installation of foundations, moorings, SPARs, TLPs and integrated topsides, as well as pipelines and flowlines. The vessel has an overall length of 200 meters and is 89 meters wide. She provides accomodation to a crew of 736 and is equipped with a helicopter deck suitable for a Boeing Chinook 234. The Thialf has six 5,500 kW - 360 degrees azimuth thruster, provicding a total thrust of 400 tonnes. She has a transit speed of 7 knots accompanied by one tug.

The Thialf is expected to arrive later tonight at Keppel Verolme shipyard on the high tide, towed by the tug Taurus. She is currently located at deepwater anchorage.

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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

CMA CGM CHRISTOPH COLOMB

CMA CGM Christophe ColombToday's Ship of the Day is the CMA CGM Christophe Colomb (IMO: 9453559, Port of Registry: Marseille, France). The Christophe Colomb is currently the largest vessel in CMA CGM's fleet with a maximum teu capacity of 13,344. The vessel is 365 meters long and 51 meters wide. She was built in 2009 by Daewoo Heavy Industries, Korea. The vessel's design is comparable to the recently built MSC vessels (such as: MSC Beatrice) with the superstructure located midships. 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 Christophe Colomb will have seven sisterships, amongst which are the CMA CGM Amerigo Vespucci and CMA CGM Corte Real which have also been recently delivered. She is deployed in CMA CGM's FAL-5 loop connecting China and Europe.

The CMA CGM Christophe Colomb is schedule to arrive later tonight at the APM Terminal, Rotterdam with the last port of call at Le Havre.

Click here for the current position of the CMA CGM Christophe Colomb

Friday, December 16, 2011

EVELYN MAERSK

Evelyn Maersk
The Evelyn Maersk (IMO: 9321512, Port of Registry: Copanhagen, Denmark) is, together with her sisters (amongst which are the 'Emma Maersk' and 'Eleonora Maersk'), the largest containership ever with a total teu capacity 11,000 teu (of which 1,000 forty foot reefer containers) according to the A.P. Moller - Maersk Group. Rumours are that a total capacity of 13,500 teu is also possible. This capacity is possible by stacking the containers in 22 rows wide. The vessel is 397 meters long, 56 meters wide, has a depth of 30 meters and a deadweight of 156,907 tons. Amazingly, all this size and capacity requires a crew of only 13. The specially designed Wärtsilä diesel engine delivers 80,000 kW. A waste heat recovery system is installed to optimise the use of the energy produced, so that the engine can deliver up to 90,000 kW. The vessels in this series will also establish new standards for safety and environmental responsibility. Environmentally-safe silicone paint, for example, is used on the hull, below the water line, reducing water resistance, and thereby fuel consumption, by 1,200 tons per year. The ship was launched at Odense Steel Shipyard Ltd on March 3rd 2007.

The Evelyn Maersk is scheduled to arrive later tonight at the APM terminal, Rotterdam from Suez Canal Terminal. The vessel will then set sail for Bremerhaven on the APM AE1 line. She will return within two weeks to Rotterdam for her second call this loop.

Thursday, December 15, 2011

CMA CGM LEO

The CMA CGM Leo(IMO: 9399208, Port of Registry: Valletta, Malta) is one of the more recent additions to the fleet of CMA CGM. The vessel was built at Hyundai Heavy Industries and delivered in 2009. She has a maximum teu capacity of 11,400 TEU and 800 connections for reefers. The CMA CGM Leo is 363 meters long and 45 meters wide and has a deadweight tonnage of 130,000. According to CMA CGM the vessel uses 6% less fuel than comparable ships. The CMA CGM Leo is propelled by a MAN B&W main engine with an output of 72,240 kilowatts, making it possible for the ship to travel at a service speed approaching 25 knots. CMA CGM has deployed the vessel in her FAL1 loop between Asia and Europe.

The CMA CGM Leo will arrive this afternoon from Zeebrugge at the ECT Delta Terminal. She will depart within 24 hours.
CMA CGM Leo
Source: Shipspotting.com
Copyright: Johnny Go


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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

MAERSK EINDHOVEN

The Maersk Eindhoven (IMO: 9456771, Port of Registry: Majuro, Marshall Islands) is Maersk's answer to the new breed of containervessels, introduced by MSC, with the superstructure midships. The Maersk Eindhoven was the third of nine newbuildings in this class, amongst which are the Maersk Edinburgh, Maersk Edmonton and Maersk Essen. The vessel is 366 meters long and 48 meters wide and has a deadweight of 142,000 tonnes. She has a maximum capacity of 13,092 teu and is propelled by a Hyundai-Wärtsilä 12RT-flex 96C engine delivering a maximum power of 68,640 kW. The vessels are deployed in Maersk's AE-7 and AE-8 loop where they will replace the VLCS ships. The vessels are crucial in Maersk's strategy to maintain and expand market share. Rumours are that Maersk is also considering 18,000 teu vessels to be built in the following years.

The Maersk Eindhoven is scheduled to arrive this afternoon at the APM Terminal, Rotterdam from Hamburg.
Maersk Eindhoven
Source: Shipspotting.com
Copyright: Klaus Kehrls


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Monday, December 12, 2011

MORNING CALM

Morning CalmThe Morning Calm (IMO: 9285615, Port of Registry: Nassau, Bahamas) is a pure car and truck carrier with a length over all of almost 200 metres, a width of 33 metres and a maximum draught of 10 metres. She was built in 2004 by Stocznia Gdynia S.A., Poland and is managed by Stamco Ship Management Company Ltd., Greece. The vessel is a floating car parking of 12 decks and has a capacity of about 6,600 cars on 54,500 sq metres.

The Morning Calm is scheduled to arrive this evening at the Rotterdam Car Terminal from Le Havre.

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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

SETAGAWA

SetagawaToday's Ship of the Day is the very large crude carrier (VLCC) Setagawa (IMO: 9391763, Port of Registry: Tokyo). The Setagawa has an overall length of 333 meters, is 60 meters wide and has a maximum draught of 20.5 meters. These dimensions give the vessel a maximum cargo capacity of 349,750 m3. The vessel was delivered in december 2009 by IHI Marine Shipyard, Japan to her owner Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha. She is managed by K Line ship management.

The Setagawa arrived this morning at Rotterdam in ballast after she discharged a load of crude oil last week at Rotterdam. She will now load a cargo of fuel oil. The vessel is currently located at the Vopak Europoort terminal. She will stay in port Rotterdam for almost one week.

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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

CMA CGM AMERIGO VESPUCCI

CMA CGM Amerigo VespucciToday's Ship of the Day is the CMA CGM Amerigo Vespucci (IMO: 9454395, Port of Registry: Marseille, France). The Amerigo Vespucci is one of the largest vessels in CMA CGM's fleet with a maximum teu capacity of 13,344. The vessel is 365 meters long and 51 meters wide. She was built in 2009 by Daewoo Heavy Industries, Korea. The vessel's design is comparable to the recently built MSC vessels (such as: MSC Beatrice) with the superstructure located midships. 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. In compliance with CMA CGM’s environmental policy and like all new vessels of this type ordered by the Group, the CMA CGM Amerigo Vespucci is equipped with a combination of innovative environmental features, including:

- An electronically controlled engine, reducing oil and fuel consumption thus enabling the vessel to be operated at eco-speed,
- Double-hull protected bunker tanks, in compliance with the MARPOL 12A regulation which will come into effect in August 2010
- The Fast Oil Recovery System, which enables bunkers to be rapidly recovered at any time, hence significantly limiting the environmental consequences should there be an incident at sea.

The Amerigo Vespucci will have seven sisterships, amongst which are the CMA CGM Christoph Colomb and CMA CGM Corte Real which have also been recently delivered. She is deployed in CMA CGM's FAL5 loop connecting China and North-Western Europe.

The CMA CGM Amerigo Vespucci is scheduled to arrive later tonight at the APM Terminal, Rotterdam with the last port of call at Le Havre. She will visit the port of Rotterdam again next week on her second call to Rotterdam in the loop.

Click here for the current position of the CMA CGM Amerigo Vespucci

Monday, November 28, 2011

CMA CGM AQUILA

The CMA CGM Aquila (IMO: 9410741, Port of Registry: London) is a 364 meter long, 45 meters wide containership with a deadweight of 128,000 tons and a maximum TEU capacity of 11,400. She was built in 2009 at Hyundai Heavy Industries, Korea and is propelled by a HHI MAN B&W 12K98 MC-C Mk 7 engine delivering the vessel a maximum speed of 24.7 knots. The CMA CGM Aquila is deployed on CMA CGM's FAL service between the Far East and Northern Europe.

The CMA CGM Aquila arrive at the ECT Delta terminal, Rotterdam this morning from Zeebrugge.

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CMA CGM Aquila

Source: www.shipspotting.com
Copyright: Eckhard Uhrbrock


Tuesday, November 22, 2011

TAKLIFT 7

Taklift 7

The Taklift 7 (IMO: 7829273, Port of Registry: Rotterdam) is a seagoing floating sheerlegs vessel owned by SMIT Heavy Lift Europe. The sheerlegs has a length of 72 metres, is 30 metres wide and has a minimum sailing height of 49 metres. It has a propulsion of 3 x 460 kW and has two bow thrusters of 368 kW each. The longboom can reach a height of 160 metres above deck and has a lifting capacity of 1,200 tons.

The vessel was built in 1976 by HDW Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft AG, Kiel, Germany as the Hebelift 3. In 1994 the vessel was acquired by Smit and named Taklift 7.

The Taklift 7 arrived this afternoon at the port of Rotterdam from Arendal, Norway. She is currently berthed at the Waalhaven, Rotterdam.


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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

MAERSK EMDEN

The Maersk Emden(IMO: 9456769, Port of Registry: Majuro, Marshall Islands) is one of Maersk's new breed of containervessels with the superstructure midships. The Maersk Emden is one of nine newbuildings in this class, amongst which are the Maersk Edison, Maersk Edmonton and Maersk Eindhoven. The vessel is 366 meters long and 48 meters wide and has a deadweight of 141,000 tonnes. Containers are carried 17-wide below deck and 19-wide on the hatch-covers. The maximum capacity of each ship is 7,074 TEU on deck and 6,018 TEU below deck, making 13,092 TEU in total. The vessels are deployed in Maersk's AE-8 loop. They are crucial in Maersk's strategy to maintain and expand market share. Rumours are that Maersk is also considering 18,000 teu vessels to be built in the following years.Maersk Emden


The Maersk Emden arrived this morning at the APM Terminal, Rotterdam from Le Havre. She will return to Rotterdam next week on her second call to Rotterdam in the loop.

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Friday, November 11, 2011

CSCL JUPITER

The CSCL Jupiter (IMO: 9467263, Port of Registry: Hong Kong) is the third of eight container carriers of its kind ordered by CSCL. The vessel is 366 meters long, 51 meters wide and has a teu capacity of 14,000. She was delivered in may 2011 by Samsung Shipbuilding & Heavy Industries, Korea and is propelled by a 72,000 KW HSD Engine. She is deployed on China Shipping's AEX-7 loop connecting Asia and Europe. Some of the Jupiter's sister are: CSCL Star, CSCL Mars and CSCL Venus.

The CSCL Jupiter is scheduled to arrive tonight at the Port of Rotterdam from Le Havre. She will take berth at the ECT Delta Terminal.
CSCL Jupiter
Source: Shipspotting.com
Copyright: Pascal Bredel


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Thursday, November 10, 2011

CMA CGM RIGOLETTO

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.
CMA CGM Rigoletto
Source: Shipspotting.com
Copyright: Jens Boldt


The CMA CGM Rigoletto arrived last night at the Port of Rotterdam from Zeebrugge and is currently berthed at the ECT Delta Terminal.


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Wednesday, November 09, 2011

COSCO GUANGZHOU

Cosco GuangzhouToday's Ship of the Day is the Cosco Guangzhou (IMO: 9305570, Port of Registry: Piraeus, Greece) which was one of the largest container vessels in gross tonnage about two years ago, together with her sisters: Cosco Hellas, Cosco Ningbo, Cosco Beijing and Cosco Yantian. Currently she is just one of the larger containervessels sailing. This post-panamax container vessel is 350 metres long, almost 43 metres wide, has a deadweight tonnage of 107,000 and a teu capacity of 9,500. She is currently sailing on the NE6-loop which connects Asia and Europe.

The Cosco Guangzhou arrivde last night at the Euromax Terminal, Rotterdam, with the last port of call at Felixstowe.

Monday, October 31, 2011

CMA CGM MAGELLAN

Today's Ship of the Day is the CMA CGM Magellan (IMO: 9454424, Port of Registry: London). The Magellan is currently the largest vessel in CMA CGM's fleet with a maximum teu capacity of 13,344. The vessel is 365 meters long and 51 meters wide. She was built in 2009 by Daewoo Heavy Industries, Korea. The vessel's design is comparable to the recently built MSC vessels (such as: MSC Beatrice) with the superstructure located midships. 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 Magellan will have seven sisterships, amongst which are the CMA CGM Amerigo Vespucci and CMA CGM Corte Real which have also been recently delivered. She is deployed in CMA CGM's FAL1 loop connecting China and North-Western Europe.

The CMA CGM Magellan arrived this morning at the APM Terminal, Rotterdam with the last port of call at Hamburg on her second call in the loop.

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CMA CGM Magellan
Source: Shipspotting.com
Copyright: Ulf Kornfeld

Thursday, October 27, 2011

ORANGE STAR

Orange StarJuice tanker Orange Star (IMO: 9564384, Port of Registry: Monrovia, Liberia) is the replacement vessel for the old Orange Star which was in service from 1975 to 2010 and visited the port of Rotterdam many times. The new vessel is 190 meters long and 32 meters wide, has a deadweight tonnage of 37,000 and a payload of 32,000 m3 with 12 juice tanks of 2000 m3 and 2 tanks of 4000 m3. The speed of 15 knots will be acquired with main engine type MAN B&W 6S50 MC-C7, made by Brodosplit Diesel Engines Factory Ltd. She was delivered in 2010 from Brodosplit Shipyard, Croatia for her owner Atlanship S.A., Switzerland.

The Orange Star arrived last night at the Waalhaven, Rotterdam awaiting a berth at the Continental Juice terminal.

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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

HUGO N

Ore carrier Hugo N (IMO: 9398096, Port of Registry: Monrovia, Liberia) is 327 meters long, 55 meters wide and has a maximum draught of 21.4 meters. She has a deadweight tonnage of 297,000. She was delivered in January 2011 at Universal Shipbuilding, Japan and operated by Neu Seeschiffahrt. Her sister vessels are Abigail N, Daniel N, Helen N and Steven N

The Hugo N is expected to arrive later tonight at the EECV terminal, Rotterdam with a load of iron ore from Saldanha Bay.

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Hugo N
Copyright: Hannes van Rijn
Source: Shipspotting.com

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

CMA CGM LAPEROUSE

CMA CGM LaperouseToday's Ship of the Day is the CMA CGM Laperouse(IMO: 9454412, Port of Registry: Marseille). The Laperouse is currently one of the largest vessels in CMA CGM's fleet with a maximum teu capacity of 13,344. The vessel is 365 meters long and 51 meters wide. She was built in 2009 by Daewoo Heavy Industries, Korea. The vessel's design is comparable to the recently built MSC vessels (such as: MSC Beatrice) with the superstructure located midships. 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 Laperouse has seven sisterships, amongst which are the CMA CGM Amerigo Vespucci and CMA CGM Corte Real which have also been recently delivered. She is deployed in CMA CGM's FAL1 loop connecting China and North-Western Europe.

The CMA CGM Laperouse arrived this morning at the ECT Terminal, Rotterdam with the last port of call at Hamburg on her second call to Rotterdam in the loop.

Click here for the current position of the CMA CGM Laperouse

Friday, October 21, 2011

ESTELLE MAERSK

Estelle Maersk
The Estelle Maersk (IMO: 9321495, Port of Registry: Hellerup, Denmark) is, together with its sisters (amongst which are the 'Emma Maersk' and 'Eleonora Maersk'), the largest containership ever with a total teu capacity 11,000 teu (of which 1,000 forty foot reefer containers) according to the A.P. Moller - Maersk Group. A total capacity of 13,500 teu is also possible when containers are not fully loaded. This capacity is possible by stacking the containers in 22 rows wide. Maersk calculates the teu capacity with loaded containers. The vessel is 397 meters long, 56 meters wide, has a depth of 30 meters and a deadweigth of 156,907 tons. Amazingly, all this size and capacity requires a crew of only 13. The specially designed Wärtsilä diesel engine delivers 80,000 kW. A waste heat recovery system is installed to optimise the use of the energy produced, so that the engine can deliver up to 90,000 kW. The vessels in this series will also establish new standards for safety and environmental responsibility. Environmentally-safe silicone paint, for example, is used on the hull, below the water line, reducing water resistance, and thereby fuel consumption, by 1,200 tons per year. The ship was built by Odense Steel Shipyard Ltd in 2006.The new MSC vessels, amongst which is the MSC Danit are smaller in dimensions, but can transport more TEU than the PS-class vessels of Maersk, due to their smart design (which doesn't give the vessels the best looks).
The Estelle Maersk is scheduled to arrive later this afternoon at the APM terminal, Rotterdam from Tanjung Pelepas, Malaysia. Within 36 hours, the vessel will set sail for Bremerhaven on the APM AE-10 loop. She will return within about 7 weeks to Rotterdam.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

COSCO ASIA

Cosco Asia
Today we have the containership Cosco Asia (IMO: 9345403, Port of Registry: Panama) featuring as the Ship of the Day. The Cosco Asia is a 349 metres long, 45 metres wide ship with a maximum teu capacity of 10,000 and a deadweight tonnage of 110,000. She was christened on July 26, 2007 in South Korea and made her maiden voyage on August 9, 2007 from China to Europe. The vessel was the first of six identical ships being built for COSCO by Hyundai Heavy Industries shipyard. Her sister vessels are: Cosco Europe, Cosco Africa, Cosco America, Cosco Oceania and Cosco Pacific. The vessel realized a high-level of automation and is very environmentally friendly. It was classed by Lloyd's Register to stringent environmental standards, reflecting COSCO's commitment to its UN Global Compact responsibilities.

The Cosco Asia arrived last night at the Euromax terminal, Rotterdam with the last port of call at Hamburg.


Click here for the current position of the Cosco Asia

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

CSCL LONG BEACH

CSCL Long BeachToday we have containership CSCL Long Beach (IMO: 9314258, Port of Registry: Hong Kong) featuring as the Ship of the Day. This ship is a 336 metres long, 46 metres wide containervessel with a deadweight tonnage of 111,700. The vessel has a teu capacity of 9,580 and 700 reefers and is propelled by a 93,120 BHP MAN B&W engine, which gives the vessel a maximum speed of 24.7 kts. The CSCL Long Beach was built in 2007 by Samsung Heavy Industries, Korea. She is operated by Seaspan ship management, Hong Kong.

The CSCL Long Beach is expected to arrive later tonight at the ECT Delta terminal from Hamburg.

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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

MAERSK EDINBURGH

The Maersk Edinburgh (IMO: 9456757, Port of Registry: Majuro, Marshall Islands) is Maersk's answer to the new breed of containervessels, introduced by MSC, with the superstructure midships. The Maersk Edinburgh was one of the first of nine newbuildings in this class, amongst which are the Maersk Edison, Maersk Edmonton and Maersk Eindhoven. The vessel is 366 meters long and 48 meters wide and has a deadweight of 141,000 tonnes. Containers are carried 17-wide below deck and 19-wide on the hatch-covers. The maximum capacity of each ship is 7,074 TEU on deck and 6,018 TEU below deck, making 13,092 TEU in total. The vessels are deployed in Maersk's AE-8 loop. The vessels are crucial in Maersk's strategy to maintain and expand market share. Rumours are that Maersk is also considering 18,000 teu vessels to be built in the following years.

The Maersk Edinburgh arrived this morning at the APM Terminal, Rotterdam from Le Havre. She will return to Rotterdam next week on her second call to Rotterdam in the loop.
Maersk Edinburgh


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Tuesday, October 11, 2011

CMA CGM ALASKA & PANTONIO (COLLISION)

Last night outward bound containership Pantonio (IMO: 9440576, Port of Registry: Limassol) suffered a blackout and collided with, also outward bound, containership CMA CGM Alaska at the Maas entrance area. Vessels have both returned with tugboat assistance to Rotterdam to assess the damage. The CMA CGM Alaska is reported to have suffered a breach in her hull above the waterline. The Pantonio has a damaged bow.

The CMA CGM Alaska is 366 meters long and 48 meters wide and has a maximum TEU capacity of 12,562. The Pantonio is 129 meters long and 21 meters wide with a teu capacity of 690.

Both vessels are currently located at the Calandkanaal.

Copyright: Andrew McAlpine
Source: Shipspotting.com


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Click here for the current position of the CMA CGM Alaska

Monday, October 10, 2011

SAFWA

Crude oil tanker Safwa (IMO: 9223887, Port of Registry: Nassau, Bahama's) was built in 2002 at Samsung Heavy Industries and is owned by the National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia. The vessel is 333 meters long, 58 meters wide and has a maximum draught of 22.5 meters and has a cargo capacity of 312159 tonnes. She is propelled by a 33301 kW 8RTA84T-D Sulzer engine.

The Safwa is expected to arrive later tonight at Vopak Terminal. The vessel already discharged her cargo of crude oil last week and will now be loaded with fuel oil.

Click here for the current position of the Safwa
Safwa
Copyright: Danny Cornelissen
Source: Wikimedia

Friday, October 07, 2011

ONDINA

OndinaThe Ondina (IMO: 9248485, Port of Registry: Douglas, Isle of Man) is a 329 meters long, 60 meters wide crude oil tanker, with a maximum draught of over 21 meters. This double-hull VLCC has a deadweight tonnage of almost 300,000 and has a cargo oil capacity of 331,335 CuM. She was built at Universal Shipbuilding Corporation (former Hitachi Zosen), Japan and delivered in 2002 as the Front Stratus. The vessel is propelled by a MAN B&W 7S80MC 25,090 kW engine and is operated by Stasco Ship Management for Shell International Trading and Shipping Company.

The Ondina is scheduled to arrive later tonight at the MOT Terminal, Maasvlakte, Rotterdam.

Click here for the current position of the Ondina

Thursday, October 06, 2011

AIDABLU

AIDABluCruise ship AIDABlu (IMO: 9398888, Port of Registry: Genoa, Italy) is a Sphinx class cruise ship, operated by the German cruise line, AIDA Cruises. The vessel was built at Meyer Werft, Germany and delivered in February 2010. She provides accomodation to 2,050 passengers in 1096 cabins (374 are on the inside and 722 on the outside) and offers six restaurants, a wellness area and a theatre. It also has the first brewery installed on a cruise ship, where the beer served in the ship are brewed. Take a look at AIDA Kreuzfahrten for more info.

The AIDABlu arrived last night at Rotterdam from Antwerp and will leave tomorrow morning with destination Hamburg.

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Wednesday, October 05, 2011

MAERSK EDISON

The Maersk Edison (IMO: 9463011, Port of Registry: London) is Maersk's answer to the new breed of containervessels, introduced by MSC, with the superstructure midships. The Maersk Edison was the first of nine newbuildings in this class, amongst which are the Maersk Edinburgh, Maersk Edmonton and Maersk Eindhoven. The vessel is 366 meters long and 48 meters wide and has a deadweight of 141,000 tonnes. She has a maximum capacity of 13,092 teu. The vessels are deployed in Maersk's AE-7 and AE-8 loop where they will replace the VLCS ships. The vessels are crucial in Maersk's strategy to maintain and expand market share. Rumours are that Maersk is also considering 18,000 teu vessels to be built in the following years.

The Maersk Edison arrived last night at the APM Terminal, Rotterdam. She will return to Rotterdam next week on her second call to Rotterdam this loop.
Maersk Edison
Source: Shipspotting.com
Copyright: Klaus Kehrls


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Monday, October 03, 2011

CMA CGM CHRISTOPH COLOMB

CMA CGM Christophe ColombToday's Ship of the Day is the CMA CGM Christophe Colomb (IMO: 9453559, Port of Registry: Marseille, France). The Christophe Colomb is currently the largest vessel in CMA CGM's fleet with a maximum teu capacity of 13,344. The vessel is 365 meters long and 51 meters wide. She was built in 2009 by Daewoo Heavy Industries, Korea. The vessel's design is comparable to the recently built MSC vessels (such as: MSC Beatrice) with the superstructure located midships. 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 Christophe Colomb will have seven sisterships, amongst which are the CMA CGM Amerigo Vespucci and CMA CGM Corte Real which have also been recently delivered. She is deployed in Maersk's AE-7 loop in which Maersk's PS-class (such as: Emma Maersk) vessels have also been deployed.

The CMA CGM Christophe Colomb arrived this morning at the APM Terminal, Rotterdam with the last port of call at Hamburg on her second call to Rotterdam this loop.

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Friday, September 30, 2011

EVELYN MAERSK

Evelyn Maersk
The Evelyn Maersk (IMO: 9321512, Port of Registry: Copanhagen, Denmark) is, together with her sisters (amongst which are the 'Emma Maersk' and 'Eleonora Maersk'), the largest containership ever with a total teu capacity 11,000 teu (of which 1,000 forty foot reefer containers) according to the A.P. Moller - Maersk Group. Rumours are that a total capacity of 13,500 teu is also possible. This capacity is possible by stacking the containers in 22 rows wide. The vessel is 397 meters long, 56 meters wide, has a depth of 30 meters and a deadweight of 156,907 tons. Amazingly, all this size and capacity requires a crew of only 13. The specially designed Wärtsilä diesel engine delivers 80,000 kW. A waste heat recovery system is installed to optimise the use of the energy produced, so that the engine can deliver up to 90,000 kW. The vessels in this series will also establish new standards for safety and environmental responsibility. Environmentally-safe silicone paint, for example, is used on the hull, below the water line, reducing water resistance, and thereby fuel consumption, by 1,200 tons per year. The ship was launched at Odense Steel Shipyard Ltd on March 3rd 2007.

The Evelyn Maersk is scheduled to arrive later tonight at the APM terminal, Rotterdam from Suez Canal Terminal. The vessel will then set sail for Bremerhaven on the APM AE1 line. She will return within two weeks to Rotterdam for her second call this loop.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

PGS APOLLO

PGS ApolloThe PGS Apollo (IMO: 9378228, Port of Registry: Nassau, Bahama's) is a 3D seismic vessel. She is equipped with 10 full length streamers and 12 streamer reels. With a transit speed of 18 knots, she is designed to move rapidly between jobs, cutting non-productive steaming time by several days. The vessel is 107 meters long and 20 meters wide. Main propulsion machinery consists of an arrangement of two MAN B&W 9lL 32/40 desel engines producing 4,500 kW at 750 rpm and two MAN B&W 6L 32/40 diesel engines producing 3,000 kW at 750 rpm. She was delivered in April 2010 by shipbuilder Factorias Vulcano SA to her owners PGS (Petroleum Geo-Services).

The PGS Apollo is expected to arrive later tonight at the Waalhaven, Rotterdam.

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Monday, September 26, 2011

CMA CGM CORTE REAL

CMA CGM Corte RealToday's Ship of the Day is the CMA CGM Corte Real (IMO: 9454400, Port of Registry: London). The Corte Real is currently one of the largests vessels in CMA CGM's fleet with a maximum teu capacity of 13,344. The vessel is 365 meters long and 51 meters wide. She was built in 2010 by Daewoo Heavy Industries, Korea. The vessel's design is comparable to the recently built MSC vessels (such as: MSC Beatrice) with the superstructure located midships. 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. In compliance with CMA CGM’s environmental policy and like all new vessels of this type ordered by the Group, the CMA CGM Corte Real is equipped with a combination of innovative environmental features, including:

- An electronically controlled engine, reducing oil and fuel consumption thus enabling the vessel to be operated at eco-speed,
- Double-hull protected bunker tanks, in compliance with the MARPOL 12A regulation which will come into effect in August 2010
- The Fast Oil Recovery System, which enables bunkers to be rapidly recovered at any time, hence significantly limiting the environmental consequences should there be an incident at sea.

The Corte Real will have seven sisterships, amongst which are the CMA CGM Christoph Colomb and CMA CGM Amerigo Vespucci which have also been recently delivered. She is deployed in CMA CGM's FAL5 loop connecting China and North-Western Europe.

The CMA CGM Corte Real arrived this morning at the APM Terminal, Rotterdam with the last port of call at Hamburg.

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Friday, September 23, 2011

AUDACIA

AudaciaToday's SotD is the pipelayer Audacia (IMO: 9305130, Port of Registry: Panama). The length of the Audacia including the stinger is 335 metres. She is 32 metres wide, is suited for installation of pipelines up to a diameter of 60 inches including coating, and is intended for operation in all water depths. The Audacia provides accomodation to a crew of 240. She was converted by Keppel Verolme, Rotterdam from a bulkcarrier to a an advanced offshore vessel in 2008. The vessel is owned by the Swiss-based Allseas Group S.A. which is one of the major offshore pipelay and subsea construction companies in the world.

The Audacia will arrive this morning at the Calandkanaal.

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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

EASTERN BAY

Eastern BayThe Eastern Bay (IMO: 9143752, Port of Registry: Monrovia, Liberia) is a refrigerated cargo ship of 143 meters long, 22 meters wide and a deadweight tonnage of 9,638. The vessel was built in 1997 at Kitanihon Shipbuilding, Japan and is currently operated by Triton Schiffahrts GmbH, Germany and owned by MPC Munchmeyer & Petersen S.S. GmbH. The Eastern Bay is equipped with a 40 tonne crane and eight 6 tonne derricks. She is propelled by a 9,628 kW seven cylinder Mitsubishi engine built by Akasaka Diesels, Japan.

The Eastern Bay arrived last night at the Waalhaven with the last of call at Hamburg.

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Monday, September 19, 2011

REBEKKA N

Rebekka NThe Rebekka N (IMO: 8618190, Port of Registry: Monrovia, Liberia) is an ore carrier of 322 meters long, 56 meters wide and a maximum draught of 19.8 meters. The vessel has a deadweight tonnage of almost 250,000. The vessel was built in 1990 at Hyundai Heavy Industries as the Yukong Trader. She is propelled by a 6S80MC-C Mk. VII Man Diesel engine and is currently operated by Neu Seeschiffahrt, Germany.

The Rebekka N arrived last night at the EMO Terminal Rotterdam with a load of iron ore from Brasil.

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Thursday, September 15, 2011

FAITH N

Faith NThe Faith N (Port of registry: Panama, IMO: 8618425), is one of the larger bulk carriers currently sailing. She is owned by the General Ore Carrier Corporation and operated by Neu Seeschiffahrt, Hamburg. The vessel was built in 1990 by Fincantieri Cantieri Navali Italiani, has a deadweight tonnage of about 261.000, is 325 meters long, 54 meters wide and has a draught of 20.5 meters. The ship has 9 transitional bulkheads and 2 longitudional bulkheads. Her sister vessels are the Alfred N and Arthur N.

The Faith N arrived last night at the EMO terminal, Rotterdam from Ponta da Madeira, Brasil.


The Faith N has been demolished now. Look at this movie for the beaching of the vessel.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

MAERSK EINDHOVEN

The Maersk Eindhoven (IMO: 9456771, Port of Registry: Majuro, Marshall Islands) is Maersk's answer to the new breed of containervessels, introduced by MSC, with the superstructure midships. The Maersk Eindhoven was the third of nine newbuildings in this class, amongst which are the Maersk Edinburgh, Maersk Edmonton and Maersk Essen. The vessel is 366 meters long and 48 meters wide and has a deadweight of 142,000 tonnes. She has a maximum capacity of 13,092 teu and is propelled by a Hyundai-Wärtsilä 12RT-flex 96C engine delivering a maximum power of 68,640 kW. The vessels are deployed in Maersk's AE-7 and AE-8 loop where they will replace the VLCS ships. The vessels are crucial in Maersk's strategy to maintain and expand market share. Rumours are that Maersk is also considering 18,000 teu vessels to be built in the following years.

The Maersk Eindhoven is scheduled to arrive this afternoon at the APM Terminal, Rotterdam from Le Havre. She will return to Rotterdam next week before returning to the Far East.
Maersk Eindhoven
Source: Shipspotting.com
Copyright: Klaus Kehrls


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Friday, September 09, 2011

CHARLOTTE MAERSK

Charlotte MaerskThe Charlotte Maersk (IMO: 9245744, Port of Registry: Fredericia, Denmark) is a S-class containervessel owned by A.P. Moller and built in 2002 by Odense Shipyards, Denmark. She is currently deployed on the AE-1 loop between the Far East (Japan / China) and Europe. The vessel is 347 metres long, 43 metres wide, has a deadweight tonnage of almost 110,000 and a teu capacity of 6,600.

The Charlotte Maersk is expected to arrive later today at the APM Terminal, Rotterdam from Zeebrugge. She is scheduled to depart tomorrow with destination Bremerhaven.

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Wednesday, September 07, 2011

CMA CGM AMERIGO VESPUCCI

CMA CGM Amerigo VespucciToday's Ship of the Day is the CMA CGM Amerigo Vespucci (IMO: 9454395, Port of Registry: Marseille, France). The Amerigo Vespucci is one of the largest vessels in CMA CGM's fleet with a maximum teu capacity of 13,344. The vessel is 365 meters long and 51 meters wide. She was built in 2009 by Daewoo Heavy Industries, Korea. The vessel's design is comparable to the recently built MSC vessels (such as: MSC Beatrice) with the superstructure located midships. 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. In compliance with CMA CGM’s environmental policy and like all new vessels of this type ordered by the Group, the CMA CGM Amerigo Vespucci is equipped with a combination of innovative environmental features, including:

- An electronically controlled engine, reducing oil and fuel consumption thus enabling the vessel to be operated at eco-speed,
- Double-hull protected bunker tanks, in compliance with the MARPOL 12A regulation which will come into effect in August 2010
- The Fast Oil Recovery System, which enables bunkers to be rapidly recovered at any time, hence significantly limiting the environmental consequences should there be an incident at sea.

The Amerigo Vespucci will have seven sisterships, amongst which are the CMA CGM Christoph Colomb and CMA CGM Corte Real which have also been recently delivered. She is deployed in CMA CGM's FAL5 loop connecting China and North-Western Europe.

The CMA CGM Amerigo Vespucci is scheduled to arrive this afternoon at the APM Terminal, Rotterdam with the last port of call at Le Havre.

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Friday, September 02, 2011

NORMAND CUTTER

Normand CutterToday we have the Normand Cutter (IMO: 9231535, flag: Isle of Man) featuring as the Ship of the Day. The Normand Cutter is a DP Class II Subsea Construction Vessel purpose built for today’s market place, owned by Solstad Offshore ASA. She was built in 2001 by Maritim Ltd, Gdansk, Poland and converted from a cable laying and repair vessel to its current form in 2001 by Ulstein Verft AS, Norway.
The vessel is equipped with a number of features for a wide range of offshore operations like:
  • Laying of flexible pipes
  • Lay rate of up to 1000 m/hr.
  • Heavy lift crane 300 t for sub-sea installation and construction work
  • Large deck for offshore construction operations
  • Three permanent locations and two temporary locations for work ROVs and control vans
  • Operation in both shallow and deep water
  • Range 6000 n.m. at service speed
  • Continuous operation at sea for 40 days

The vessel is 127 metres long, 27 metres wide, has a helicopter deck dimensioned for the Super Puma AS 332 L2 and provides accomodation for a total of 114 persons. She is equipped with all the latest manoeuvering and communication devices for an accurate positioning.

The Normand Cutter arrived this morning at the Wilhelminahaven, Rotterdam from Brindisi, Italy.

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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

QUEEN ELIZABETH

Queen Elizabeth seen in TallinnThe Queen Elizabeth (IMO: 9477438, Port of Registry: Southampton) is a Signature class cruise ship operated by Cunard Line. The vessel joined Cunard's fleet in October 2010 (officially named by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in Southampton) and the second largest ship in the fleet after the Queen Mary 2. With her length of 294 meters and breadth of 36 meters, the vessel can accomodate 2,068 passengers and a crew of 996. Although having an almost identical interior arrangement to the Queen Victoria, the decor is very different. The ship is a tribute to the two previous Queen Elizabeths: the original Queen Elizabeth and the QE2.

The Queen Elizabeth arrived this morning at Rotterdam from Zeebrugge and will depart this evening.

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Monday, August 29, 2011

BERGE FJORD

Berge FjordThe Berge Fjord (IMO: 8314471, Port of Registry: Panama) is an ore carrier built in 1987 by Ishikawajima do Brazil Estaleiros, Brasil as the Docefjord. She was renamed in 2000 to Berge Fjord and named BW Fjord in 2007 (as shown on the picture). In January 2010 her name was changed back into Berge Fjord. The vessel is 332 metres long, 57 metres wide, has a maximum draught of over 23 metres and is currently operated by BW Shipping, Norway. These dimensions give the vessel a deadweight tonnage of over 310,000.

The Berge Fjord will arrive this morning at the EMO terminal Rotterdam carrying a load of iron ore from Tubarao, Brasil.

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Friday, August 26, 2011

EBBA MAERSK

Ebba Maersk
The Ebba Maersk (IMO: 9321524, Port of Registry: Copenhagen, Denmark) is already the fifth in line of Maersk's PS-class. Together with her sisters (amongst which are the 'Emma Maersk' and 'Evelyn Maersk') she is the largest containership ever with a total teu capacity 11,000 teu (of which 1,000 forty foot reefer containers) according to the A.P. Moller - Maersk Group. A total capacity of 13,500 teu is also possible when containers are not fully loaded. This capacity is possible by stacking the containers in 22 rows wide. Maersk calculates the teu capacity with loaded containers. The vessel is 397 meters long, 56 meters wide, has a depth of 30 meters and a deadweight of 156,907 tons. Amazingly, all this size and capacity requires a crew of only 13. The specially designed Wärtsilä diesel engine delivers 80,000 kW. A waste heat recovery system is installed to optimise the use of the energy produced, so that the engine can deliver up to 90,000 kW. The vessels in this series have also established new standards for safety and environmental responsibility. Environmentally-safe silicone paint, for example, is used on the hull, below the water line, reducing water resistance, and thereby fuel consumption, by 1,200 tons per year. The ship was launched at Odense Steel Shipyard Ltd in May 2007.

The Ebba Maersk will arrive later tonight at the APM terminal, Rotterdam from Tanjung Pelepas, Malaysia. Tomorrow, the vessel will set sail for Bremerhaven on the APM AE1 line. She will return within about 2 weeks to Rotterdam on her return call this loop.

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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

COSCO KAOHSIUNG

Cosco KaohsiungThe Cosco Kaohsiung (IMO: 9355563, Port of Registry: Hong Kong) is one of Cosco's most recent newbuildings. This 10,000 teu container ship was launched in July 2008 at Nantong COSCO KHI Ship Engineering Co.Ltd, China as the Cosco Indian Ocean and renamed in August 2010 to Cosco Kaosiung. The ship is 348 meters long, 45.6 meters wide and has a deadweight tonnage of 111,414. The vessel's Hyundai Heavy 12K98MC MK6 engine delivers a maximum power of 68,640 kW, which assure a maximum speed of about 24 knots.

The Cosco Kaohsiung is scheduled to arrived later tonight at the Euromax Terminal with the last port of call at Singapore. She will depart within 24 hours with destination Hamburg on Cosco's AEN service.

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Monday, August 22, 2011

AL SALMI

Crude Oil tanker Al Salmi (IMO: 9534793, Port of Registry: Kuwait) was delivered in June 2011 from Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Co. The vessel is 333 meters long and 60 meters wide. With a maximum draught of 22 meters and deadweight of 319,660, she is able to carry up to 1.2 million barrels of oil. The Al Salmi is the third of four VLCC's to be built for her owner Kuwait OIL Tanker Company (KOTC). Her sister vessels are Dar Salwa, Umm Al Aish and in October 2011 the Al-Rigga.

The Al Salmi arrived this morning at the MOT Terminal, Rotterdam with a load of crude oil from Mina Al Ahmadi, Kuwait.

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Friday, August 19, 2011

CMA CGM THALASSA

CMA CGM ThalassaThe CMA-CGM Thalassa (IMO: 9356294, Port of Registry: Limassol, Cyprus) is a 346 meters long, 43 meters wide containership built at the end of 2008 and delivered to the ship-operator on 30th December 2008 by Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Ltd, South Korea. She is still one of the largest ships in this sector of maritime transport with her deadweight of over 130,000 tons and a teu capacity of 10,960. The vessel is propelled by a Man B&W 12K98ME-C engine delivering 72,264 kW, which is enough for the vessel to reach maximum speed of 24.7 knots.

The Thalassa is scheduled to arrive later tonight at the ECT Delta Terminal from Zeebrugge and will have an expected portstay of about 24 hours.

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Thursday, August 18, 2011

STANISLAV YUDIN

Heavy-lift vessel Stanislav Yudin (IMO: 8219463, Port of Registry: Limassol, Cyprus) is a self-propelled crane vessel. The vessel was built in 1985 and is featured by a 2500-mt fully revolving Gusto crane with a maximum lifting height above water level of 78 meters, 2500 m2 of free deck space, accomodation for 143 perseons and a high transit speed of 12 knots. The Stanislav Yudin is propelled by three Wartsila engines with a combined power of 4,095 kW. She is operated by Seaway Heavy lifting, The Netherlands.

The Stanislav Yudin is scheduled to arrive later this afternoon at the Maasvlakte, Rotterdam.

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Source: Shipspotting.com
Copyright: Stan Muller

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