MELTON CHALLENGER - IMO 8002731
|Vessel type:||General Cargo|
|Gross tonnage:||2,195 tons|
|Summer DWT:||3,041 tons|
|Last known position:|
|57°22’20.28” N, 10°42’16.62” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|6.3kts, 184° (183°)|
|Arrival:||22nd Oct 2017|
|15 hours 36 minutes ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2017 October 22nd, 06:00:28 UTC||Dkhor|
|2017 October 17th, 15:00:23 UTC||Dkkal|
|2017 October 16th, 07:00:22 UTC||Dkrnn|
|2017 October 14th, 17:00:48 UTC||Dknvd|
|2017 October 12th, 15:00:47 UTC||Seell|
|2017 October 10th, 20:00:49 UTC||Sevby|
|2017 October 10th, 02:00:48 UTC||Seosk|
|2017 October 5th, 04:30:51 UTC||Sevby|
|2017 September 23rd, 04:00:49 UTC||Seosk|
|2017 September 14th, 06:00:52 UTC||Sevby||
© Wil Weijsters
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As ALLGARD, she was owned by Husell, Bror. and operated under the Finnish flag in 1988-89. |
Believe she was Allgard late 80s, any idea of owners?
I was on the Meton Challenger in Contrecoeur in 1986. We had taken a consignment of amunition loaded in Hull UK for Nato exercises. She was a nice little ship. Regards Nick. |
If I remember correctly, she had come to deliver military cargo which included ammunition. Contrecoeur is far from urban areas and this dock was used extensively in those days to handle dangerous cargoes. In case an accidental explosion occured, the risk to the population was minimized.
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great old one marc, though it is kind of odd that she was at the Contrecour dock for being so small. Almost all the ones I have seen there have been post-seaway size. Do you know what she was doing there, PM me if you know,thanks |
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