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Photo Details
Photographer:Emmanuel.L [View profile]Title:HAN DEAdded:Apr 11, 2015
Captured:April 09, 2015IMO:9051741Hits:839
Location:Valletta, Malta
Photo Category: General cargo ships built 1990-1999 (Over 3000gt)
Moored at Deep Water quay.
Vessel Identification
Name:Han De
Flag:Hong Kong (china)
Former name(s):
- Victoria Scan (Until 2010 Mar 26)
- Oxl Victory (Until 2009 Mar)
- Bbc Sealand (Until 2007 Feb 12)
- Regine (Until 2001 Mar)
- Steinkirchen (Until 2001 Feb 09)
- Wiebke (Until 2000 Oct)
Technical Data
Vessel type:General Cargo
Gross tonnage:5,782 tons
Summer DWT:8,115 tons
Length:108 m
Beam:20 m
Draught:5.5 m

Additional Information
Home port:Hong Kong
Class society:Germanischer Lloyd
Build year:1993
AIS Information
Last known position:
31°21’52.3” N, 121°42’54.35” E
Speed, course (heading):
0kts, 36° (301°)
Location:Cn Sha
Arrival:2nd Mar 2021
04:00:16 UTC
Last update:
11 hours 1 minute ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 September 14th, 14:00:49 UTCMasan S.korea
2018 September 8th, 17:30:22 UTCYokohama
2018 July 19th, 17:00:29 UTCSgp Pebga
2018 June 14th, 17:00:15 UTCMm Rgn
2018 May 6th, 01:00:15 UTCSingapore
2018 April 11th, 11:30:24 UTCMundra In.
2018 April 5th, 06:00:56 UTCHazira
2018 February 27th, 18:00:53 UTCMasan S. Korea
2018 January 21st, 03:00:17 UTCPanjang
2018 January 16th, 15:00:00 UTCSingapore
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Photo Comments (8)

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Emmanuel.L on Apr 12, 2015 11:47 (5 years ago)
Yes Vyon, I think you got a good point there, these 'stands' are more or less a form of stabilizing the vessel when un/loading is in operation berthed at a quay.Thanks and regards.
Yvon Perchoc on Apr 11, 2015 23:49 (5 years ago)
Hi Emmanuel,
Yes, the skids are only around 4 m2, the berth must be very strong. But I don't think that the all weight is transfered on these legs. I thing they are used only to control the list.
But the best would be that a specialist gives his point of view.
Emmanuel.L on Apr 11, 2015 23:17 (5 years ago)
Hi Yvon , but this system could only be used against/on a well built quay with good foundation.regards.
Emmanuel.L on Apr 11, 2015 23:12 (5 years ago)
Thanks Denis, never seen this contraption in operation.
Yvon Perchoc on Apr 11, 2015 21:21 (5 years ago)
Hi Denis,
A photo of such a leg in operation now posted :
Dеnis on Apr 11, 2015 18:35 (5 years ago)
Yes, why it caught my attention is that such system was applied on mostly 70s heavylifters, but then it became more common to use a side pontoon/stabilizer.
Emmanuel.L on Apr 11, 2015 17:09 (5 years ago)
Hi Denis, do you mean that triangular derrick like structure? regards.
Dеnis on Apr 11, 2015 15:26 (5 years ago)
Starboard side front of the superstructure - looks like there's a support leg by which the vessel can "stand" on a dock during heavy lifting operations.
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