MAERSK DECATUR - IMO 9227302
|Vessel type:||Container Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||45,803 tons|
|Summer DWT:||53,410 tons|
|Last known position:|
|9°38’31.22” N, 79°45’2.19” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|20.0kts, 39° (40°)|
|Arrival:||1st Mar 2018|
|6 days 9 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 February 7th, 06:00:01 UTC||Panama|
|2018 January 31st, 03:00:26 UTC||Philadelphia|
|2018 January 26th, 17:00:01 UTC||Boston|
|2018 January 14th, 18:00:12 UTC||Rotterdam|
|2018 January 13th, 02:00:35 UTC||Bremerheaven|
|2018 January 11th, 02:00:31 UTC||Antwerp|
|2018 January 8th, 12:00:25 UTC||Rotterdam|
|2017 December 28th, 06:00:52 UTC||Cristobal|
|2017 May 7th, 13:30:42 UTC||Balboa|
|2017 May 2nd, 13:30:23 UTC||Savannah||
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Thanks for your kind remark and info. on the name, regarding the bow out of the water, if you check my postings of the D ships, with the exception of the Denton they all seem to be low at the stern and high at the bow, maybe they don't have heavy loads in and out of Tilbury !!
Agree a very nice shot. Also note that despite a good sprinkling of containerrs on board her bow is quite high out of the water.
You will note 2 similar names, she was given Dacartur first but they found this was an incorrect spelling and then replaced that with her current name. A ggogle search shows Decartur is a couple of city names in USA, we couldn't get a result of Dacartur so glad that now cleared up, although understand not cheap to rename ships.
Hi Marie-Anne, Thank you for your kind comment,
I am glad you liked it.
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Great picture Ken. She is very nicely loaded.
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