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Photo Details
Photographer:Astur McAstur [View profile]Title:SEDOVAdded:Oct 04, 2005
Photo Category: Traditional rig sailing ships from 120'(36.6m) LOA
Vessel Identification
Former name(s):
- Kommodore Johnsen (Until 1945 Jun)
- Magdalene Vinnen (Until 1936 Jan)
- Kommodore Johnson (Until 1936)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Sailing Vessel
Gross tonnage:3,432 tons
Summer DWT:1,171 tons
Length:118 m
Beam:15 m
Draught:6.1 m

Additional Information
Home port:Murmansk
Class society:Russian Maritime Shipping Register
Build year:1921
AIS Information
Last known position:
54°40’41.03” N, 20°8’55.7” E
Speed, course (heading):
0kts, 27° (222°)
Arrival:18th Sep 2017
03:00:51 UTC
Last update:
19 seconds ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2015 November 16th, 12:00:37 UTCKaliningrad
2015 November 15th, 12:00:59 UTCSvetlyy
2015 October 23rd, 09:00:30 UTCBremerhaven-germany
2015 October 23rd, 09:00:01 UTCBremerhaven
2015 October 3rd, 18:00:44 UTCMonaco
2015 September 25th, 10:00:07 UTCGenova
2015 September 10th, 08:00:45 UTCBarcelona Spain
2015 August 19th, 09:00:10 UTCAmsterdam Nederland
2015 August 12th, 09:00:14 UTCBremerhaven
2015 August 6th, 10:00:04 UTCRostock Germany
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Photo Comments (1)

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immen on Feb 04, 2006 19:59 (11 years ago)

The vessel was built at Germaniawerft - a shipyard belonging to the Friedr. Krupp's company in Kiel in 1921. F.A. Vinnen &Co., her first owner, named the vessel after his wife Magdalene Vinnen. This four-masted steel auxiliary barque was built to carry bulk cargoes between ports of Europe and South America, Australia, South Eastern Asia and Oceania.

Sedov carries a foremast, mainmast and mizzenmast, an aftermast. The whole of masting including mast columns, topmasts of all grades, yard, sail-boom, gaffs and a bowsprit are made of steel with stud fastening. The exceptions are made of wood masts' flag stuffs and masts' top acorns. The masting mass complete with rigging amounts to 210 t.
The total height of the foremast (complete with the very mast column, topmast, fore royal yard, top gallant mast, and a flag stuff complete with top accorn) from the upper edge of the keel to the top accorn) comprises 62.6 m, the height of the first and the second mainmast amounts to 63.5 m, that of the aftermast is 54.7m.

Regards from Gotland / Immen
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