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Photographer:Les bateaux du Québec [View profile]Title:MARITIME TRADERAdded:Oct 09, 2005
Captured:IMO:6702301Hits:722
Photo Category: Great Lakes Bulkers
Description:
Engines running at full regime. You can see the white smoke. Is this ship still runnig with steam?
Vessel Identification
Name:Manitoba
IMO:6702301
Flag:Canada
MMSI:316007349
Callsign:CFN5788
Former name(s):
- Maritime Trader (Until 2011 Jul)
- Teakglen (Until 2005 Sep)
- Mantadoc (Until 2002 Mar)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Bulk Carrier
Gross tonnage:10,902 tons
Summer DWT:17,610 tons
Length:186 m
Beam:20 m
Draught:7.7 m

Additional Information
Home port:Hamilton
Class society:Lloyd´s Shipping Register
Build year:1967
AIS Information
Last known position:
45°31’6.47” N, 73°32’42.57” W
Status:Underway
Speed, course:
000.1kts, 193°
Destination:
Location:Sorel
Arrival:17th Nov 2016
14:00:58 UTC
Last update:
2 years 2 months ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2016 November 17th, 14:00:44 UTCSorel
2015 November 17th, 14:00:32 UTCSorel
2015 October 18th, 13:00:25 UTCHamilton
2015 October 8th, 09:00:57 UTCSorel
2015 June 27th, 10:00:07 UTCThunder Bay
2014 June 11th, 12:00:28 UTCThunder Bay
2013 April 20th, 04:00:25 UTCQuebec City
2012 August 13th, 14:00:56 UTCWindsor
2011 December 6th, 06:00:56 UTCSorel
2011 August 10th, 08:00:27 UTCTba
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Photo Comments (5)

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Martin Palardy on Jul 05, 2007 01:09 (11 years ago)
Belle image de mon coin de pays.

Martin
Luis E. Quevedo on Oct 21, 2005 13:21 (13 years ago)
When diesels are running at low temperature, they launch white smoke due the fuel ignited in it's combustion chamber needs high temperature in order to have best efficiency.

Tomcat_I
Lanaud on Oct 10, 2005 01:33 (13 years ago)
I'm no expert on Diesel or marine engines (plus, my dad is already in bed when I just phoned...), but I'd say that the air mixture is not quite right... This comment is open to suggestions from real Engineers..
Les bateaux du Québec on Oct 10, 2005 01:25 (13 years ago)
Why the smoke is white and not black like usall diesel engines?
Lanaud on Oct 10, 2005 01:09 (13 years ago)
Seems not. She is powered by 4 Fairbanks Morse model 8-38D8-1/8 8 cylinder diesel engines.
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