Thursday, April 25, 2013

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 arrived this morning at the Rhenus Logistics Maasvlakte terminal, Rotterdam.

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Source: Shipspotting.com
Copyright: Stan Muller

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

CMA CGM LEO

The CMA CGM Leo(IMO: 9399208, Port of Registry: Valletta, Malta) 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 FAL3 loop between Asia and Europe.

The CMA CGM Leo will arrive this afternoon from Bremerhaven 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, April 23, 2013

AQUARIUS-G

The Aquarius-G (IMO: 9648506, Port of Registry: Panama) is a Seismic Support Vessel specially designed for doing seismic research. She was delivered in April 2013 from Maaskant Shipyards to her owner Rederij Groen. For this specialized jobs, the vessel has a large freeboard and has a free deck space of 105 m2. She is 40 meters long, 9.3 meters wide, has a design speed of 14 knots and provides accomodation to 14 persons. She is propelled by two Caterpillar C32 ACERT 970 kW engines and is equipped with a Veth VT-100 110 kW bow thruster. The Aquarius-G is the sister vessel of the Astra-G which was delivered in March 2013.

The Aquarius-G arrived this morning at the port of Dordrecht.

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© Wim Kosten / maritimephoto.com

Monday, April 22, 2013

CSCL MARS

The CSCL Mars (IMO: 9467287, Port of Registry: Hong Kong) is the fourth 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 october 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 Mars's sisters are: CSCL Star, CSCL Jupiter and CSCL Venus.

The CSCL Mars is scheduled to arrive later tonight at the Port of Rotterdam from Le Havre. She will take berth at the ECT Delta Terminal.
CSCL Mars
Source: Shipspotting.com
Copyright: Osvaldo Morales Cáceres


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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

BERGE JAYA

The Berge Jaya (IMO: 9447550, Port of Registry: Douglas, Isle of Man) is a 361 meters long, 65 meters wide ore carrier with a maximum draught of 23 meters. These dimensions give the vessel a deadweight tonnage of 388,000. The vessel was delivered in June 2012 from Chinese shipbuilding company Bohai Shipbuilding Heavy Industry to her owners Berge Bulk Norway. She is one of four vessels which were delivered for Berge Bulk of this type. Her sisters are: Berge Everest, Berge Aconcagua and Berge Neblina. These vessels are larger than Berge Bulk's own Berge Stahl, which was the largest bulk carrier for over 20 years. The Berge Jaya is propelled by a Dalian Marine Diesel engine and can sail up to 12 knots.

The Berge Jaya is scheduled to arrive later tonight at the EMO terminal, Rotterdam with the last port of call at Ponta da Madeira, Brazil.
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© Maximilian Müller

Friday, April 12, 2013

ELLY MAERSK

Elly Maersk
The Elly Maersk (IMO: 9321536, Port of Registry: Svendborg, Denmark) is, together with her sisters (amongst which are the 'Emma Maersk' and 'Evelyn Maersk'), one of the largest containerships in dimensions with a total teu capacity 11,000 teu (of which 1,000 forty foot reefer containers). 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 already the sixth in line of Maersk PS-class vessels. Currently there are eight PS-class vessels of which the most recent is the 'Eugen Maersk'. 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 her smart design (which doesn't give her the best looks).

The Elly Maersk is scheduled to arrive later tonight at the APM terminal, Rotterdam from the port of Tanger Med. She will stay there for about 36 hours. The vessel will then set sail for Bremerhaven on the APM AE10 line. She will return within about 7 weeks to Rotterdam.


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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

COSCO ASIA

Cosco AsiaToday 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 realizes 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 this morning at the Euromax terminal, Rotterdam with the last port of call at Hamburg.


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Thursday, April 04, 2013

MIGHTY SERVANT I

Mighty Servant IToday's Ship of the Day is the semi-submersible heavy load vessel Mighty Servant I (IMO: 8130875, Port of Registry: Willemstad, Dutch Antilles). The Mighty Servant I is 190 metres long, 50 metres wide and has a maximum draught when submerged of 26 metres. The vessel has a deck space of 50 x 150 metres on which she is able to carry the heaviest semi-submersible drilling units, harsh environment deepwater jack-up rigs and large floating production platforms like TLPs, FPUs and Spars with drafts up to 14 metres. The Mighty Servant I is powered by two 6,770 kW Wärtsilä 12V38A diesel generator sets, driving two propellers by four E-motors of 3,100 Kw each which give the vessel a maximum speed of 15 knots. The vessel has a maximum sailing range of 59 days and is operated by Dockwise Shipping, Breda, The Netherlands.

The Mighty Servant I will arrive this morning at Keppel Verolme shipyard, Rotterdam.

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Wednesday, April 03, 2013

CMA CGM CENTAURUS

The CMA CGM Centaurus (IMO: 9410777, Port of Registry: London) is one of the more recent additions to the fleet of CMA CGM. The vessel was built at Hyundai Heavy Industries and delivered early 2011. She has a maximum teu capacity of 11,356 TEU and 800 connections for reefers. The CMA CGM Centaurus is 363 meters long and 45 meters wide and has a deadweight tonnage of 131,000. According to CMA CGM the vessel uses 6% less fuel than comparable ships. The CMA CGM Centaurus 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.ShipSpotting.com

© Klaus Kehrls


The CMA CGM Centaurus arrived this morning at the ECT Delta Terminal from Bremerhaven. She will depart within 24 hours.

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Tuesday, April 02, 2013

HAWK

Today's Ship of the Day is the heavy lift, semi-submersible vessel Hawk (IMO: 8616556, Port of registry: Oslo, Norway). The Hawk was built in 1988 by Brodogradiliste Brodosplit Shipbuilding, former Yugoslavia as the tanker Jahre Transporter. She was converted into her current form in 2008. The vessel is 225 meters long, 45 meters wide, has a maximum operating draught of 10 meters and 23 meters when fully submerged. She has a free deck length of 157 meters and a free deck area of 6900 m2.

The Hawk arrived this morning at the Calandkanaal, Rotterdam.
Heavylift Hawk
Copyright: Owners/managers


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