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Photographer:lappino [View profile]Title:MAERSK McKINNEY MOLLERAdded:Feb 20, 2013
Captured:February 17, 2013IMO:9619907Hits:31,891
Location:Okpo, Korea (South)
Photo Category: Ships Under Construction
Description:
Beside parts of "Eagle Varna" and "APL Vancouver", one can see the largest container carrier ever under construction...and my source tells me the name will be "Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller".
Vessel Identification
Name:Maersk Mc Kinney Moller
IMO:9619907
Flag:Denmark International Register
MMSI:219018271
Callsign:OWIZ2
Technical Data
Vessel type:Container Ship
Gross tonnage:194,849 tons
Summer DWT:194,153 tons
Length:399 m
Beam:60 m
Draught:14.5 m

Additional Information
Home port:Hellerup
Class society:American Bureau Of Shipping
Build year:2013
AIS Information
Last known position:
36°34’18.12” N, 0°40’15.66” E
Status:Underway
Speed, course (heading):
18.5kts, 82° (80°)
Destination:
Location:Frleh>>>maptm
Arrival:6th Dec 2018
12:30:53 UTC
Last update:
11 days 0 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 September 11th, 19:00:59 UTCFrleh>>>maptm
2018 September 7th, 10:00:35 UTCGbfxs>>>frleh
2018 September 5th, 19:30:14 UTCBeant>>>gbfxs
2018 September 2nd, 04:00:26 UTCDebrv>>>beant
2018 August 30th, 21:00:24 UTCDeham>>>debrv
2018 August 5th, 10:00:19 UTCCnsgh>>>mytpp
2018 July 30th, 20:00:36 UTCCnnpo>>>cnsgh
2018 July 21st, 07:00:19 UTCQingdao
2018 July 14th, 07:00:17 UTCChangxingdao Anchora
2018 June 18th, 08:00:43 UTCCndai>>>chanxingdao
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Photo Comments (20)

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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
Regards, Rick
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
http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=1747302
lappino on Feb 20, 2013 13:18 (5 years ago)
Thanks, Rick!

The rest of the series is, maybe:
MARY MAERSK
MARIE MAERSK
MADISON MAERSK
MAGLEBY MAERSK
MARIBO MAERSK
MARSTAL MAERSK
MATZ MAERSK
MAYVIEW MAERSK
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.
Regards, Rick
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

Regards Rick
Regards Rick
Hundested on Feb 20, 2013 13:07 (5 years ago)
Thanks
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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