OOCL Chongqing - IMO 9622629
|Vessel type:||Container Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||141,003 tons|
|Summer DWT:||144,060 tons|
|Last known position:|
|37°18’36.14” N, 5°59’23.24” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|13.7kts, 85° (83°)|
|Location:||Chs => Psd|
|Arrival:||19th Apr 2019|
|4 days 23 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 September 13th, 10:00:04 UTC||Cn Xmn>cn Yan|
|2018 August 18th, 20:00:36 UTC||Uschs>egpsd|
|2018 August 1st, 14:00:41 UTC||Sav>chs|
|2018 July 30th, 22:15:31 UTC||Nyc=>sav|
|2018 July 23rd, 07:00:30 UTC||Onx > Nyc|
|2018 July 17th, 20:45:33 UTC||Blb>colon|
|2018 July 17th, 02:00:11 UTC||Cnyan>blb|
|2018 June 26th, 18:00:01 UTC||Cnytn > Cnyan|
|2018 June 20th, 18:00:19 UTC||Cnxmn>hkhkg|
|2018 June 19th, 03:15:24 UTC||Twkhh>cnxmn||
© Maik Richter
© Ulf Kornfeld
Photo Comments (3)
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An impressive picture; well done Vlad. In its own way a smart looking ship.
I think that the pace of delivery of 13/14k TEU ships has reached its pinnacle, but now there are 18k TEU's to watch for...
I am also seeing some 8-9k TEU vessels going for short lay-ups here in Korea, something that I didn't notice before...
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Another first Vlad, and a great shot too. Is it me, or are the 13/14k teu's ships being delivered ever quicker, as over capacity shoots up? :D Regards, Rick |
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