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Photographer:Wayne ACourt [View profile]Title:SPIRIT OF RESOLUTIONAdded:Dec 26, 2009
Captured:IMO:9139127Hits:2,570
Location:Lyttelton, New Zealand
Photo Category: Ships in Drydock
Description:
Lyttelton 26-12-09
Vessel Identification
Name:Mana
IMO:9139127
Flag:Antigua & Barbuda
MMSI:305832000
Callsign:V2FX4
Former name(s):
- Reef Nauru Ii (Until 2013 Mar 04)
- Spirit Of Resolution (Until 2012 Mar)
- Pasadena (Until 1998 Jul 07)
Technical Data
Vessel type:General Cargo
Gross tonnage:3,850 tons
Summer DWT:4,766 tons

Additional Information
Home port:Saint John's
Class society:Germanischer Lloyd
Build year:1997
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (4)

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Duncan monty on Dec 01, 2012 04:51 (4 years ago)
the containers are stacked there so they can use them as a platform to work on the cranes
Neil Haste on Dec 29, 2009 11:31 (7 years ago)
Look at the way they are stacked.

From Starboard to Port and raising in height by one every time. Both the Forward and Aft stacks.

There are slight differences in them but in my limited opinion, a very deliberate act, for some reason I can't quite fathom out.

A great perspective of the dock down.
Christian Plagué on Dec 28, 2009 17:28 (7 years ago)
Very nice picture Wayne
Best regards,

Christian
Michael Martin on Dec 26, 2009 03:43 (7 years ago)
I find it very strange that containers would be left on deck as the vessel is in drydock. The concern is not for the stability of the vessel on the blocks, but economically. I would figure containers not in transit by sea, rail or road are losing money for their owners.

Really great perspective
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