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Photo Details
Photographer:Pekka Laakso [View profile]Title:SVEALANDAdded:Sep 27, 2007
Captured:IMO:9188506Hits:788
Photo Category: Containerships built 1991-2000
Description:
Berthing at Kotka, Finland on 23/01/2004. IMO: 9188506 Launched as HANNI
Vessel Identification
Name:Hanni
IMO:9188506
Flag:Germany
MMSI:211286440
Callsign:DHMW
Former name(s):
- Svealand (Until 2007 Sep)
- Hanni (Until 1999 Jan 07)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Container Ship
Gross tonnage:5,056 tons
Summer DWT:6,867 tons
Length:118 m
Beam:18 m
Draught:6 m

Additional Information
Home port:Hamburg
Class society:Germanischer Lloyd
Build year:1998
AIS Information
Last known position:
53°35’14.08” N, 8°31’37.49” E
Status:Moored
Speed, course (heading):
0kts, 311° (330°)
Destination:
Location:Hamburg_ctb
Arrival:21st Oct 2017
19:00:04 UTC
Last update:
20 seconds ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2017 December 6th, 22:00:13 UTCHh_norder_werft
2017 October 21st, 19:00:04 UTCHamburg_ctb
2017 October 21st, 02:00:12 UTCBremerhaven Via Nok
2017 October 18th, 14:30:33 UTCKarlsham_pls
2017 October 16th, 18:00:51 UTCLandsort Pls Via_noh
2017 October 16th, 13:00:27 UTCLandsort Pls Via_nok
2017 October 14th, 05:00:36 UTCHamburg_cta
2017 October 12th, 23:30:27 UTCBremerhaven Via Nok
2017 October 11th, 10:00:31 UTCAhus_pls
2017 October 9th, 13:00:20 UTCLandsort Pls_via Nok
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Photo Comments (2)

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Pekka Laakso on Sep 06, 2005 19:42 (12 years ago)
And it was cold when I took this. Around -25 (Celsius) degrees I think. Some structures in the bow area can be frozen like this under very cold conditions together with windy/stormy sea. Later the discharging the boxes is usually very harassing to do and it takes a long time. You have first to melt/remove the ice from the containers before the crane can manage to start working. :-x
Tom Turner on Sep 05, 2005 00:46 (12 years ago)
Lovely shot Pekka. Now, that looks cold.
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