MAERSK McKINNEY MOLLER - IMO 9619907
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|Captain Ted on Mar 15, 2013 21:05 (5 years ago)|
|17000 klicks in less then a month,, where is this picture linked too,, BBC ?|
|tonker on Mar 06, 2013 09:13 (5 years ago)|
|Thanks Michael, appreciate your help, i`m looking forward to seeing more pics of these new beasts.|
|tonker on Feb 27, 2013 08:03 (5 years ago)|
|Thanks EEE spoil, i appreciate your help. Also, yeah i agree with you regarding calling the ship a he instead of a she,haha!|
|eee-spoil on Feb 25, 2013 12:24 (5 years ago)|
tonker- Tripple M delivery is scheduled for Mid-End June this year, maybe a bit longer if he (cant really see this as the standard she) makes a bachelor voyage before loading.
|tonker on Feb 24, 2013 05:06 (5 years ago)|
|Does anyone know when she`s due to enter service? Thanks.|
|Jens Boldt on Feb 21, 2013 19:13 (5 years ago)|
|Thanks Ozzy76 and Rick, never heard that expression before and couldn't imagine what it might mean in that context (translated 1:1 into German it doesn't make sense at all:-)...|
|Patalavaca on Feb 21, 2013 11:27 (5 years ago)|
Jens you did not sound dumb at all - your command of English (& English humour)is exceptional.
Maersk like to keep big secrets from the outside world, even the *actual* teu capacity of the Emma Maersk Class of ships, as well as what the name of the first Triple E would be.
By revealing it to the world - Maersk's element of surprise - their "thunder has been stolen".
Thank you to Ozzy76 for the explanation too
|ozzy76 on Feb 20, 2013 21:55 (5 years ago)|
|@Jens..to steal someone's thunder means to spoil a surprise or to upstage somebody..In this case Iappino.got a great shot of Maersk's Triple M's or E's before Maersk unveiled them...Like a SPY shot :-)))|
|Dеnis on Feb 20, 2013 21:01 (5 years ago)|
|Hopefully several those boxers won't flood the Netherlands eventually.|
|Jens Boldt on Feb 20, 2013 20:41 (5 years ago)|
|It may sound dumb, but as a non-native speaker... What's Maersk's thunder? I don't understand "thunder" in that context...:-(|
|ozzy76 on Feb 20, 2013 18:23 (5 years ago)|
Great catch Iappino..Can't wait to see it launched.
The Foscile looks the same as the other DSME ships for Maersk
|lappino on Feb 20, 2013 13:18 (5 years ago)|
The rest of the series is, maybe:
|Patalavaca on Feb 20, 2013 13:16 (5 years ago)|
Lappino it's not the photo that I am referring to - it's the name!! You namedropper ;-) lol. Great work buddy.
|Patalavaca on Feb 20, 2013 13:14 (5 years ago)|
Just done a little bit of hacking & found this:
An IMO list for the first batch of ships from DSME:-
Hull # 4250 9619907 2013 = Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller
Hull # 4251 9619919 2013
Hull # 4252 9619921 2013
Hull # 4253 9619919 2013
Hull # 4254 9619945 2014
Hull # 4255 9619957 2014
Hull # 4256 9619969 2014
Hull # 4257 9619971 2014
Hull # 4258 9619983 2014
Hull # 4259 9619995 2015
|Hundested on Feb 20, 2013 13:07 (5 years ago)|
|Autoroom on Feb 20, 2013 12:59 (5 years ago)|
|$190m for 18,000TEU seems expensive as newbuilding of 10,000TEU is below $90m by the end of 2012.|
|lappino on Feb 20, 2013 12:54 (5 years ago)|
With this photo quality I think Maersk should have no fear of stealing its thunder...
There are quite a few blocks for sister vessels around in Daewoo shipyard, and in the floating dock nearby (not shown on the picture) is the next hull, minus the forward part...
|Patalavaca on Feb 20, 2013 12:40 (5 years ago)|
|Naughty boy lappino - you have stolen Maersk's thunder....Triple E will henceforth be known as Triple M! Note also, at 90 degrees to the new Maersk ship, immediately to the left side of the accomodation, is a hull section of the next sister vessel. Note it's gaping width.. Regards Rick|
|Pilot Frans on Feb 20, 2013 12:38 (5 years ago)|
most probably imo: 9619907
info from grosstonnage.com
|Mats on Feb 20, 2013 10:01 (5 years ago)|
|First picture of the Mærsk Tripple-E class. Thank you so much for sharing!!|
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