CSL THEVENARD - IMO 7926150
|Photographer:||Clyde Dickens [View profile]||Title:||CSL THEVENARD||Added:||Oct 22, 2016|
|Captured:||October 22, 2016||IMO:||7926150||Hits:||394|
||General cargo ships built 1980-1989 (Over 3000gt)|
|Entering Sydney Harbour, turn to port completed under North Head. 22 October 2016.
Vessel at 33°49'35.42" S 151°16'56.72" E
IMO number : 7926150, Name of ship : CSL THEVENARD (since 01/09/2008)
Gross tonnage : 31028 (since 01/09/2013), DWT : 40734
Type of ship : General Cargo Ship (since 01/09/2008)
Year of build : 1981, Flag : Australia (since 01/12/2008
Vessel web site data:
Built 1981 - Rebuilt with a new Forebody in 2008
Classification LR 100A1, General Cargo Ship, Li+LMS, UMS
Length Overall 184.50 metres, Breadth Moulded 32.20 metres, Depth Moulded 15.32 metres
Total Hold Capacity (including hatches) 45,045 cubic metres
Deadweight 40,867 tonnes
Draft 10.51 metres, Gross Tonnage 30,909 tonnes, Net Tonnage 11,250 tonnes
Bow Thruster 2,000 hp, Length of Boom 37.00 metres, Discharge Rate (maximum) 2,000 tonnes/hr
|Vessel type:||General Cargo|
|Gross tonnage:||31,028 tons|
|Summer DWT:||40,734 tons|
|Last known position:|
|27°24’49.26” S, 153°8’36” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0kts, 213° (208°)|
|Arrival:||18th Feb 2018|
|8 seconds ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 February 9th, 12:00:50 UTC||Thevenard|
|2018 January 29th, 11:00:15 UTC||Brisbane|
|2018 January 10th, 01:00:14 UTC||Melbourne|
|2017 November 12th, 23:00:53 UTC||Adelaide|
|2017 November 7th, 04:00:02 UTC||Melbourne|
|2017 September 23rd, 21:00:40 UTC||Adelaide|
|2017 September 17th, 11:00:57 UTC||Melbourne|
|2017 September 13th, 00:30:55 UTC||Adelaide|
|2017 August 31st, 03:00:15 UTC||Melbourne|
|2017 August 10th, 08:00:33 UTC||Ho-ping Tw||
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Photo Comments (6)
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Add me to the admirers list Clyde. The self-dischargers certainly are "busy" in more ways than one . . .
tropic (rock lover too)
I thought an ugly but efficient ship needed North Head - my favourite piece of rock - as a background
Thanks Tony, and it was a grey day too!
Jadran, its on the short list but not a winner. Thank you for the nomination.
Needs to be said: This is really impressive.... surely, this photograph enters into the "Best of Clyde Dickens";
Thank you very much, Clyde!
Kind regards /Jadran
Nice shot Clyde, hull colour blends well. |
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Thanks Gordy. She needs some attention! |
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