OOCL BERLIN - IMO 9622605
|Vessel type:||Container Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||141,003 tons|
|Summer DWT:||144,143 tons|
|Last known position:|
|50°54’19.44” N, 1°27’16.09” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0kts, 204° (125°)|
|Arrival:||16th Aug 2014|
|4 hours 59 minutes ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2014 August 16th, 21:00:10 UTC||Suez Egp|
|2014 August 3rd, 21:30:24 UTC||Singapore Pebga|
|2014 July 28th, 17:30:18 UTC||Yantian|
|2014 July 27th, 14:45:21 UTC||Yangshan|
|2014 July 25th, 13:00:52 UTC||Ningbo|
|2014 July 14th, 03:30:27 UTC||Singapore Pebga|
|2014 June 23rd, 04:00:27 UTC||Port Said Egy|
|2014 June 13th, 04:15:13 UTC||Rotterdam|
|2014 June 12th, 20:00:30 UTC||Rottedam|
|2014 June 9th, 06:00:28 UTC||Hamburg||
© Pilot Frans
© Pilot Frans
© Vladimir Knyaz
Photo Comments (4)
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It is a very interesting, yet strange view. What comes to my mind is, they built a wonderful super modern containership. When it was almost finished, they saw.. OH MY ! We forgot, some people need to live onboard there, too. Of course, modern ships also need less crew, still it does look as if there was not much space onboard, simply the relation of huge hull and relative small accommodation block. Of course, it is not true, even on small containerfeeder, its enough space onboard and on some, quite cosy too :-) |
Main superstructure of "Samsung" ships is narrower (= weirder looking) than of those built by "Daewoo" or "Hyundai"...
Anyway, nice catch!
Finally a ship with lines and something for the eye too !!!! |
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These new split-superstructure container giants do have a bizarre silhouette when seen directly from the side. Interesting shot! |
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