ALEXANDER VON HUMBOLDT - IMO 8709573
|Photographer:||Ken Smith [View profile]||Title:||ALEXANDER VON HUMBOLDT||Added:||Mar 18, 2010|
||Cruise Ships built 1981-1990|
|ALEXANDER VON HUMBOLDT 15,396 gt Built 1990
Jules Verne 2007
She arrived as dead ship under tow of the tug Englishman from Bremerhaven on Sept 9th 2009 and has been laid up in Tilbury Docks since that date.
She sailed again today from Tilbury Docks under her own steam back to Bremerhaven
Mar 18th 2010
|Vessel type:||Passengers Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||15,396 tons|
|Summer DWT:||1,923 tons|
|Last known position:|
|35°59’58” N, 5°26’42.35” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|9.4kts, 257° (258°)|
|Arrival:||27th Sep 2017|
|2 months 29 days ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2017 September 27th, 01:00:02 UTC||Singapore Aegp|
|2017 January 9th, 05:00:06 UTC||Singapore|
|2016 October 21st, 06:00:29 UTC||Larnaca|
|2016 April 11th, 11:00:32 UTC||Cozumel|
|2015 December 29th, 10:00:49 UTC||Basseterre|
|2015 December 27th, 22:00:09 UTC||St.john's|
|2015 December 27th, 22:00:05 UTC||St.john's|
|2015 December 27th, 10:30:54 UTC||Montserrat|
|2015 December 24th, 10:30:31 UTC||El Guamache|
|2015 December 22nd, 19:00:38 UTC||Port Of Spain||
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Thanks for the comment, yes, she was listed on the PLA site, first for 15-00 on the 17th then went back to 14-00 on the 18th, she is showing in the cruise diary as TBU on Sept 28th, but not sure if it is her or the sailing vessel.
She went out in her old colours but I understand she has been sold to new owners.
I will always try to be there for my friends who are unable to make it due to work commitments, I remember what it was like when I was working.
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Nice one Ken, I was hoping to see her go but as it happens, was at work anyway. Was she shown as sailing on the PLA website, didn't notice it myself or I could have made time for her :-(
Saw her as WALRUS out in Hong Kong years ago, hopfully she will be around as AVH again in the future.
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