ZHENG JIE - IMO 9000352
|Photographer:||Sascha Heuer [View profile]||Title:||ZHENG JIE||Added:||Jan 19, 2011|
|Captured:||January 19, 2011||IMO:||9000352||Hits:||2,236|
|Inbound Port of Hamburg
IMO number : 9000352
Name of ship : ZHENG JIE
Call Sign : 3FQP7
MMSI : 351953000
Gross tonnage : 146817
DWT : 269101
Type of ship : Ore Carrier
Year of build : 1992
Flag : Panama
|Vessel type:||Bulk Carrier|
|Gross tonnage:||146,817 tons|
|Summer DWT:||263,502 tons|
|Last known position:|
|33°55’4.33” S, 17°56’44.36” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|12.6kts, 301° (297°)|
|Arrival:||15th Jul 2018|
|1 month 2 days ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 July 15th, 15:30:12 UTC||Capetown Opl|
|2018 June 26th, 09:00:54 UTC||Singapore|
|2018 June 11th, 12:00:52 UTC||Zhanjiang, China|
|2018 March 25th, 00:00:06 UTC||Singapore|
|2017 September 1st, 04:00:39 UTC||Qingdao|
|2017 July 19th, 04:00:43 UTC||Br Pdm|
|2017 May 23rd, 10:00:49 UTC||Rizhao|
|2017 March 29th, 06:00:18 UTC||Tubarao|
|2017 March 1st, 06:00:27 UTC||Singapore|
|2015 October 24th, 03:30:24 UTC||Loujing||
© Lennart Rydberg
© Lennart Rydberg
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Photo Comments (11)
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Now I know what you mean.
I do not even notice. Very interesting!
Good eyes you have!
You mean the water shade on the bow?
I am confused :-)
The red boot-topping has not been painted straight. It looks like the the ship is bent down towards the bow - known as hogging. When a ship is, or seems to be - bent downwards in the middle, that is known as sagging.
Real hogging and sagging are usually caused by the cargo being loaded unevenly and are very dangerous, possibly resulting in the ship breaking its back.
In the picture, if you closely examine the top of the boot topping and compare its line with the hull plates underneath, you can see that it is has not been painted straight.
Look at the painscheme on the bow, looks fishy, doesnt it. But very very nice shot! |
@ Mats / Bob:
Excuse me, but what do you mean?
Thanks for your additions.
I was aware that the ship was converted into a ore carrier, but unfortunately I did not know when. Thanks for the help!
More like a sub-standard boot-topping painter! |
glad you like it. Thx for your kind words.
Haven't seen this one before, interesting! She is another single-hulled VLCC converted to an ore carrier:
Original name: WISTERIA
Type: VLCC (crude oil tanker)
Yard: Kawasaki, Sakaide (Japan), yardno. 1424
Tonnage: 145,403 GT / 258,096 DWT
1997: STENA COMFORT
2000: PACIFIC COURAGE
2010: ZHENG JIE and converted to VLOC (ore carrier)
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i like it :-D
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