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CAPRICORNUS LEADER - IMO 9283863

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Photo Details
Photographer:Chris Hunsicker [View profile]Title:CAPRICORNUS LEADERAdded:Jan 05, 2006
Captured:IMO:9283863Hits:431
Photo Category: Vehicle Carriers
Description:
Main channel of the Solent, heading east. Destination; Jeddah.5/01/05

Vessel Identification
Name:Capricornus Leader
IMO:9283863
Flag:Singapore
MMSI:564902000
Callsign:9V2816
Technical Data
Vessel type:Vehicles Carrier
Gross tonnage:61,854 tons
Summer DWT:20,120 tons
Length:199 m
Beam:32 m
Draught:8.5 m

Additional Information
Class society:Nippon Kaiji Kyokai
Build year:2004
AIS Information
Last known position:
51°21’40.44” N, 2°49’41.16” E
Status:Underway
Speed, course (heading):
13.5kts, 96° (101°)
Destination:
Location:Be Zee
Arrival:19th Aug 2017
12:00:10 UTC
Last update:
1 second ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2017 July 27th, 04:00:25 UTCZa Dur
2017 July 5th, 08:00:08 UTCUs Bos
2017 July 3rd, 08:00:45 UTCUs Dvv
2017 June 29th, 23:59:21 UTCUs Bal
2017 May 29th, 21:20:22 UTCJp Ngo
2017 May 28th, 22:30:12 UTCJp Yok Dn
2017 May 27th, 09:30:49 UTCJp Chb
2017 May 26th, 22:00:35 UTCJp Kws
2017 May 22nd, 20:55:11 UTCJp Miz A
2017 May 22nd, 12:10:34 UTCJp Miz
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Photo Comments (2)

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Chris Hunsicker on Jan 08, 2006 19:39 (11 years ago)
Hello Derek,
Like the LPGs, car carriers here are like a rash most days. Considering the weather I was very fortunate on this day, unlike when I took Califonia Luna and APL Ireland, box boats, vis down to one and a half cables.
Regards
Chris
DEREK SANDS on Jan 08, 2006 15:11 (11 years ago)
Great shot Chris, Car carriers are very rare indeed in Felixstowe. Several years since the last one. The port now seems to be concentrating on containers almost exclusively. We used to see them at Parkeston Quay until the trade moved to the Thames.

regards
Derek
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