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Photo Details
Photographer:Jens Taxwedel [View profile]Title:CAP SAN DIEGOAdded:Oct 12, 2016
Captured:July 31, 2016IMO:5060794Hits:577
Location:Kiel Canal, Germany
Photo Category: Museum Ships
Description:
L: 159,40m / B: 21,47m / D: 6,50m / GT: 9998 / DWT: 10017 / Built: 1962, Deutsche Werft AG, Yard No. 785 / Call: DNAI / Flag, Port: Germany, Hamburg / Former Names:-->1981 SAN DIEGO -->M/S SAN DIEGO -->1986 SANGRIA
Vessel Identification
Name:Cap San Diego
IMO:5060794
Flag:Germany
MMSI:211855000
Callsign:DNAI
Former name(s):
- Sangria (Until 1986 Nov 07)
- San Diego (Until 1986 Sep 05)
- Sangria (Until 1986 May 27)
- San Diego (Until 1986)
- Cap San Diego (Until 1982 Nov 05)
Technical Data
Vessel type:General Cargo
Gross tonnage:9,998 tons
Summer DWT:10,017 tons
Length:160 m
Beam:20 m
Draught:5.5 m

Additional Information
Home port:Hamburg
Class society:Germanischer Lloyd
Build year:1962
AIS Information
Last known position:
53°32’35.38” N, 9°58’34.65” E
Status:Sailing
Speed, course (heading):
000.1kts, 321° (301°)
Destination:
Location:Hamburg
Arrival:10th May 2018
18:00:18 UTC
Last update:
34 seconds ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 May 10th, 18:00:12 UTCHamburg
2017 August 6th, 18:00:49 UTCCuxhaven
2017 July 16th, 17:00:03 UTCHamburg
2016 September 12th, 23:59:03 UTCHamburg
2016 March 24th, 21:00:14 UTCHamburg
2016 March 23rd, 18:00:34 UTCBremen Europahafen
2016 February 29th, 06:00:14 UTCBremerhaven
2015 October 4th, 17:00:38 UTCHamburg
2015 October 4th, 17:00:21 UTCHamburg
2015 August 9th, 17:00:01 UTCCuxhaven
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Photo Comments (7)

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Emmanuel.L on Jan 13, 2018 05:32 (4 months ago)
It was worth saving as a Museum ship, truly beautiful, yacht like lines.
thank you for sharing
Emmanuel.l.(Malta)
Dеnis on Jan 13, 2018 00:25 (4 months ago)
In my view, this design is distinctive & well balanced. Her funnels are also king posts for 2 derricks, the lack of normal funnel is compensated by an "overblown" top of the wheelhouse.
Bob Scott on Jan 13, 2018 00:18 (4 months ago)
@Clive Harvey: Not really but I do appreciate, as the farmer said when he kissed his prize cow: "Every man to his own tastes." I have always been of the opinion that these HSDG ships would have looked even better without those (at-the-time) modernistic exhaust uptakes instead of a conventional funnel
Clive Harvey on Jan 12, 2018 23:24 (4 months ago)
I hesitate to ask but, is your tongue in your cheek?
Bob Scott on Jan 12, 2018 20:42 (4 months ago)
Pity they forgot a proper funnel
Clive Harvey on Jan 12, 2018 20:34 (4 months ago)
You said it all, utter perfection a joy to behold.
PF376 on Jan 12, 2018 19:48 (4 months ago)
Unlike 99% of modern ships, every angle of the CSD looks attractive. Either by accident or by design she's really pleasing to the eyes.
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