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Photo Details
Photographer:Marc Piché [View profile]Title:ANDALUCIA STARAdded:Jun 07, 2006
Captured:IMO:8816170Hits:727
Photo Category: Reefers built 1980 onwards
Description:
ANDALUCIA STAR (IMO-8816170) as shown while outbound on the New Waterway off Hook van Holland on May 10, 2006.

Marc Piché photo.
Vessel Identification
Name:Andalucia Star
IMO:8816170
Flag:Bahamas
MMSI:311663000
Callsign:C6TJ3
Former name(s):
- Tundra Princess (Until 2005 Jan 17)
- Del Monte Spirit (Until 1991 May)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Reefer
Gross tonnage:11,658 tons
Summer DWT:12,714 tons
Length:159 m
Beam:24 m
Draught:8.2 m

Additional Information
Home port:Nassau
Class society:Bureau Veritas
Build year:1991
AIS Information
Last known position:
49°46’10.79” N, 3°37’40.37” W
Status:Underway
Speed, course (heading):
15.0kts, 241° (240°)
Destination:
Location:Cristobal
Arrival:25th Dec 2017
03:00:31 UTC
Last update:
27 seconds ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2017 December 25th, 03:00:31 UTCCristobal
2017 December 9th, 22:00:52 UTCOff Skaw
2017 November 19th, 07:00:11 UTCSt.petersburg
2017 November 18th, 19:00:42 UTCSt Petersburg
2017 November 16th, 18:00:54 UTCKalundborg
2017 October 7th, 08:00:02 UTCCristobal
2017 October 4th, 08:00:07 UTCCristobal
2017 September 21st, 12:00:21 UTCKalundborg
2017 September 11th, 11:00:46 UTCSt.petersburg
2017 September 4th, 03:00:48 UTCIjmuiden
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Photo Comments (2)

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Marc Piché on Jun 07, 2006 01:54 (11 years ago)
She has engine room and superstructure aft. All the weight is on her stern. Plus the fact that she's riding in ballast with no cargo onboard explains how she's trimmed.

Marc
Brian Maniglia on Jun 07, 2006 01:45 (11 years ago)
Good shot. Any idea why the stern on this class of ship sits so low? Even when I see them loaded, they still seem high in the front.
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