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Photo Details
Photographer:John Jones [View profile]Title:MAERSK DUNAFAREAdded:Jan 19, 2008
Photo Category: Containerships built 2001-2010
45,803 g.t. built in 2002 by Samsung.
German ship owned by Claus Peter Offen.
ex: P&O Nedlloyd Botany-05, l/a Santa Ricarda.
Seen sailing out of the Thames for Hamburg on 18/12/05.
Vessel Identification
Name:Santa Ricarda
Former name(s):
- Cap Ricarda (Until 2013 Jun 24)
- Maersk Dunafare (Until 2010 Apr 30)
- P&,o Nedlloyd Botany (Until 2005 Oct 17)
- Santa Ricarda (Until 2002 May)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Container Ship
Gross tonnage:45,803 tons
Summer DWT:53,452 tons
Length:280 m
Beam:32 m
Draught:11.9 m

Additional Information
Home port:Monrovia
Class society:Germanischer Lloyd
Build year:2002
AIS Information
Last known position:
36°33’6” N, 26°26’16.8” W
Speed, course (heading):
18.8kts, 270° (270°)
Arrival:20th Dec 2018
00:00:45 UTC
Last update:
4 days 16 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 September 18th, 16:00:06 UTCBeanr
2018 September 9th, 10:30:34 UTCUsphl
2018 September 4th, 09:00:38 UTCPactb
2018 August 25th, 01:30:02 UTCUsphl
2018 August 23rd, 04:00:25 UTCUsnyc
2018 August 21st, 09:00:59 UTCUsbos
2018 August 12th, 15:00:33 UTCNlrtm
2018 August 10th, 18:00:41 UTCDebrv
2018 August 8th, 11:00:34 UTCBeanr
2018 August 7th, 10:00:19 UTCNlrtm
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Photo Comments (3)

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Ken Smith on Jan 03, 2006 12:03 (12 years ago)
Hi John,

About the same focal length as my one's of bulkers at the Power Station then.

Regards Ken
John Jones on Jan 02, 2006 22:18 (12 years ago)
Thanks Ken,
yes they are quite a way off down there. That shot was taken at the equivalent of 420mm focal length so it's not ideal, but fairly easy for me to get to.
John J.
Ken Smith on Jan 02, 2006 19:05 (12 years ago)
Hi John,

That's not bad considering the position of the sun, your shot shows the stern is well down compared with mine, are they very far off at that location. ?

Regards Ken
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