AAL KEMBLA - IMO 9498353
|Vessel type:||General Cargo|
|Gross tonnage:||23,930 tons|
|Summer DWT:||31,000 tons|
|Last known position:|
|49°11’23.73” N, 122°54’42.29” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0kts, 206° (206°)|
|Arrival:||25th May 2017|
|53 seconds ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2017 May 25th, 12:00:21 UTC||Fraser Surrey|
|2017 May 22nd, 06:00:44 UTC||Tacoma|
|2017 April 19th, 13:00:11 UTC||Cn Tao|
|2017 April 19th, 13:00:00 UTC||Pusan Korea|
|2017 April 14th, 22:15:36 UTC||Tw Khh|
|2017 April 12th, 06:30:10 UTC||Luojing|
|2017 April 6th, 15:00:55 UTC||Shanghai|
|2017 March 29th, 05:00:51 UTC||Cn Zhe|
|2017 March 27th, 00:30:19 UTC||Lianyungang|
|2017 March 25th, 00:30:01 UTC||Qingdao||
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© Evgeniy .
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Very nice picture, ship, and type-o!
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Excellent photo. Any idea if the cabin just below the bridge is for the Master? Why the offset bridge? Very well equipped to handle the heavy on-deck cargo.
Thank you for this photo.
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As can be seen, the ship’s profile is dominated by the two 350mt cranes, the two other units are 100mt and 50mt. The ship is the second of ten newbuildings, the first was AAL BRISBANE delivered in May and much delayed during construction, with the class marketed by Austral Asia Line as “MPV - multi purpose heavy lift vessels - new generation”.
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