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Photographer:Jochen Wegener [View profile]Title:QUANTUM OF THE SEASAdded:Aug 02, 2014
Captured:August 01, 2014IMO:9549463Hits:1,638
Location:Papenburg, Germany
Photo Category: Ships under Construction
Description:
Lifeboat No 10, discharged from inland dry cargo Libertas: number 10 of sixteen lifeboats, built by Fassmer, Berne / Motzen, Typ SEL 125. 14 tons, 293 passengers. L 12,5 B 5,22 D 1,63. Propulsion 2 x Nanni 4.150, 27,6 kw / 3000 rpm.
Background: one middele part of her sistership Anthem of the Seas.
Vessel Identification
Name:Quantum Of The Seas
IMO:9549463
Flag:Bahamas
MMSI:311000267
Callsign:C6BH8
Technical Data
Vessel type:Passengers Ship
Gross tonnage:168,666 tons
Summer DWT:12,000 tons
Length:348 m
Beam:42 m
Draught:8.9 m

Additional Information
Home port:Nassau
Class society:Det Norske Veritas
Build year:2014
AIS Information
Last known position:
33°41’57.54” N, 135°5’41.34” E
Status:Moored
Speed, course (heading):
0kts, 0° (149°)
Destination:
Location:Jp-ukb
Arrival:23rd Mar 2019
22:00:44 UTC
Last update:
1 day 23 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 August 18th, 22:00:15 UTCJp Ukb
2018 August 18th, 01:30:12 UTCJp Osa 2t
2018 July 11th, 01:30:33 UTCJp-yok
2018 July 9th, 20:00:23 UTCJp-ukb
2018 July 9th, 01:30:16 UTCJp Osa 2t
2018 June 27th, 17:00:49 UTCCh Sha
2018 May 5th, 22:00:43 UTCJp-shs
2018 April 25th, 21:30:10 UTCJp Ngo
2018 April 24th, 01:45:47 UTC> Jp Ukb Se
2018 April 11th, 21:00:37 UTCJp Htd
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Photo Comments (7)

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SSM2005 on Aug 03, 2014 13:07 (4 years ago)
And in a panic strickem situation, I doubt people will be able to find their muster stations on a ship this size!
Jochen Wegener on Aug 03, 2014 12:49 (4 years ago)
Yes, all is rotten, they only wont to get money and Costa Concordia is the best example for a sinking ship to be evacuated on high sea.No more questions, useless.
Malim Sahib on Aug 03, 2014 11:14 (4 years ago)
Bu who pays DNV? Oh yes, the shipowner! If class don't agree the shipowner will use another classification society who will, and DNV then lose business. The whole system is rotten to the core and has been for decades.
This ship will have a complement of over 6000 people, can you imagine what it would be like to attempt to evacuate that number in the statutory 30 minutes as allowed by SOLAS? It would be hard enough to attempt to fit 293 people of all shapes, sizes, ages and mobilities into a lifeboat in that time, assuming there's no panic and enough ship staff are available.
Costa Concordia should have been a wake up call for the IMO and cruise ship industry, unfortunately it has not been and it will take a much greater disaster with many more lives lost for changes to occur.
Jochen Wegener on Aug 03, 2014 10:58 (4 years ago)
yes,yes and if they are drunk, it's cold and stormy up to ten and the ship is sinking within a few minutes all will possible. DNV has certificated this boats and I think, they will have enough experience to be sure about a safe rescue.
Malim Sahib on Aug 03, 2014 09:50 (4 years ago)
The training and qualification of the crew mean nothing if your passengers are panicking, include children/infants or are less than able bodied, e.g. restricted mobility, disabled etc.
Should this ship ever sink there will be a lot of people ending up in the water and not in a boat or a raft.
Jochen Wegener on Aug 03, 2014 09:32 (4 years ago)
I think, that's too shortsighted, it's a question of training and qualification of the crew.
Malim Sahib on Aug 03, 2014 09:13 (4 years ago)
293 persons in one lifeboat and what chance of filling it properly should a ship sink quickly? Another example of profit before safety.
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