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Photographer:Nigel Price [View profile]Title:LAUST MAERSKAdded:Aug 28, 2013
Captured:August 28, 2013IMO:9190743Hits:1,360
Location:Auckland, New Zealand
Photo Category: Containerships built 2001-2010
Description:
Arriving at the Port of Auckland on 28.08.2013. It looks as though it has recently been in dry dock for a repaint. Built in 2001 by Odense Steel Shipyard, Denmark, Yard # 172.
4500 Teu or 3700 Teu at 14 mt capacity each.
Vessel Identification
Name:Laust Maersk
IMO:9190743
Flag:Denmark International Register
MMSI:219968000
Callsign:OVZV2
Technical Data
Vessel type:Container Ship
Gross tonnage:50,721 tons
Summer DWT:63,000 tons
Length:266 m
Beam:36 m
Draught:11 m

Additional Information
Home port:Bogense
Class society:Lloyd's Shipping Register
Build year:2001
AIS Information
Last known position:
32°39’18.3” N, 79°40’8.52” W
Status:Underway
Speed, course (heading):
15.7kts, 119° (120°)
Destination:
Location:Us Chs > Be Anr
Arrival:23rd Jun 2019
04:00:45 UTC
Last update:
4 days 1 hour ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 September 5th, 20:30:01 UTCNz Trg > Nz Noi
2018 September 4th, 00:45:31 UTCAu Syd > Nz Trg
2018 August 28th, 09:30:59 UTCAu Bne > Au Syd
2018 August 14th, 05:45:25 UTCMy Tpp>sin Pwbga
2018 August 12th, 22:00:46 UTCNz Por > My Tpp
2018 July 27th, 06:30:42 UTCNz Ufx > Nz Lyt
2018 July 24th, 21:45:44 UTCAu Bne > Nz Ufx
2018 July 19th, 18:00:46 UTCSgsin>aubne
2018 June 22nd, 17:00:42 UTCNz Ufx > Nz Lty
2018 June 20th, 01:00:43 UTCAu Bne>nz Ufx
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Photo Comments (10)

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Nigel Price on Aug 30, 2013 07:41 (5 years ago)
Thanks Wayne. You are right, they do run like clockwork. We theoretically get a second chance to photograph each ship because they leave Auckland about 11am on Thursday morning each week. The Odense Steel Shipyard built container ships do look elegant compared to other designs of a similar size.
regards,
Nigel.
Wayne ACourt on Aug 30, 2013 04:36 (5 years ago)
Nice photo Nigel,
As you say they arrive at 1-30 Wednesday,All 5 Sisters are running like clock-work,they have all arrived Lyttelton between 06-00 & 07-00 every Saurday and left around 21-00 arriving Port Chalmers around 14-30 on the Sunday,Hence no Lyttelton photos of them.
They were all Dry-Docked at Dubai before being phased into this service,would have been nice too get photos while in this pristine condition.
Regards:Wayne
Nigel Price on Aug 29, 2013 01:33 (5 years ago)
Tomas, you are right in this regard. Typical Auckland weather in spring and autumn has a cloud and rain front crossing the Auckland isthmus four or five times a day, and you can go from blazing sun to a liberal dousing of rain for 20 to 30 minutes as the cloud bank passes over. And of course the clouds can make for a good background in the photo.
We are lucky here with this newly reinstated service from Tangjung Pelepas and Brisbane by Maersk as the ships are due to arrive at 1.30 pm on a Wednesday each week, not at the normal 5 or 6 am for most other container scheduled services.
Nigel Price on Aug 29, 2013 01:26 (5 years ago)
Thanks for the kind words Jens.
Jens Boldt on Aug 28, 2013 20:42 (5 years ago)
A most beautiful photo, Nigel! Nice ship, great surroundings. Thanks for sharing it.
Cheers, Jens
Tomas Østberg- Jacobsen on Aug 28, 2013 20:05 (5 years ago)
Thats the beauty about ship-photography, the uncertainty about the conditions.
Here a few weeks ago, there was this ship i really wanted to see, and all morning the sun was out. ten minutes before she arrived, dark clouds came floating, spoiled the whole day. bummer, but thats life, hehe!

Tomas
Nigel Price on Aug 28, 2013 08:50 (5 years ago)
Clyde, the sunny patches were short and fleeting today, and no such luck with the Hansa Century when it came in about 15 minutes later.
Clyde Dickens on Aug 28, 2013 06:58 (5 years ago)
It looks as if you caught her when she sailed into a patch of sunlight. Good one!
Nigel Price on Aug 28, 2013 05:12 (5 years ago)
Thanks Tomas. I really like most of the photos you take from the Brevik bridge and surrounds. Your colours are always crisp, and the backgrounds makes for superb photos. Here I am using a polarising lens. Late winter sun in the middle of the day here in Auckland when the photo was taken.
Tomas Østberg- Jacobsen on Aug 28, 2013 04:45 (5 years ago)
Nice clean photo, sir.
Best regards Tomas
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