MATUKU - IMO 9657806
|Photographer:||lappino [View profile]||Title:||MATUKU||Added:||Jan 03, 2016|
|Captured:||January 03, 2016||IMO:||9657806||Hits:||1,716|
||Ships under Construction|
|Oil/chemical tanker "Matuku", under construction for "Silver Fern Shipping", waiting for her superstructure at SPP shipyard in Tongyeong, Korea.|
|Vessel type:||Oil/chemical Tanker|
|Gross tonnage:||29,700 tons|
|Summer DWT:||52,000 tons|
|Last known position:|
|38°13’13.17” S, 178°34’40.67” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|10.3kts, 192° (191°)|
|Arrival:||5th Apr 2020|
|9 hours 40 minutes ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 September 8th, 23:45:10 UTC||Tauranga|
|2018 September 4th, 15:00:36 UTC||Marsden|
|2018 September 2nd, 10:00:51 UTC||Dunedin|
|2018 August 30th, 22:00:35 UTC||Tauranga|
|2018 August 23rd, 07:00:14 UTC||Wellington|
|2018 August 16th, 09:00:14 UTC||Dunedin Anchor|
|2018 August 13th, 20:00:33 UTC||Lyttelton|
|2018 August 11th, 09:00:35 UTC||Marsden Point|
|2018 August 9th, 08:00:46 UTC||Wlg|
|2018 July 30th, 15:00:35 UTC||New Plymouth||
© U Beutekamp
© U Beutekamp
Photo Comments (3)
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It looks as though Silver Fern Shipping is continuing it's tradition to use bird names in the Maori language for it's fleet.
Matuku = Heron ; Torea = Oystercatcher ; Kakariki = NZ Parakeet.
Thanks for the info, Robbie. This is one of the tankers that SPP shipyard routinely builds at its Sacheon facility; since every one of them has to pass beneath a rather low bridge, their superstructures are added later, at a different location.
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One of 2 newbuilds to replace the current tonnage (torea and kakariki).
These newbuilds will carry more fuel but will be more fuel efficient.
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