MADRID MAERSK - IMO 9778791
|Photographer:||lappino [View profile]||Title:||MADRID MAERSK||Added:||Nov 09, 2016|
|Captured:||November 09, 2016||IMO:||9778791||Hits:||3,795|
|Location:||Okpo, Korea (South)|
||Ships Under Construction|
|Today's update on the first vessel of the new generation of Maersk Triple E container vessels, supposedly bulkier, slower and uglier than the first series (but will prob'ly make more money, so you know who'll get the girl...) :)
Aft superstructure has been installed, and her hull is being completed by adding the fore part. Floating out is still scheduled for beginning of December, I guess.
|Last known position:|
|50°6’56.94” N, 2°17’48.18” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|20.3kts, 253° (255°)|
|Arrival:||22nd Dec 2017|
|37 seconds ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2017 December 22nd, 21:00:32 UTC||Suez Canal|
|2017 December 13th, 15:00:18 UTC||Felixstowe|
|2017 December 10th, 21:30:33 UTC||Bremerhaven|
|2017 December 1st, 22:00:22 UTC||Gdansk|
|2017 November 28th, 01:30:45 UTC||Nlrottm > Debrv|
|2017 November 25th, 18:00:38 UTC||Rotterdam|
|2017 November 17th, 21:00:21 UTC||Mytpp>egsuz|
|2017 November 5th, 16:00:53 UTC||Cnxam>mytpp|
|2017 November 1st, 07:00:03 UTC||Cnygs>cnxam|
|2017 October 14th, 13:00:33 UTC||Cnnbo>mytpp||
© Justo Prieto
© Juan G. Mata
© Juan G. Mata
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Oh, dear... The Gcaptain article simply copies the original news and STILL manages to get a lot of things wrong :-) (mixing up rows and bays, hull depth vs on-deck tiers, etc.) |
Only been away 2 days and the bow followed by the funnels now fitted. |
Thanks for the picture, Jan, I guess it doesn't look so bad then... :)
Vald, regarding the bays, it will look something like this: https://abload.de/img/jant_shipspotting800eo6zjg.jpg
I prepared this drawing for our weekly newsletter.
Jan, at first I had no recollection of entering "Madrid Maersk", but then I checked the entry form and, sure enough... Anyway, the admins have corrected it.
Roy, the 40' bay sequence of 6+13+5 is unusual, and Maersk is the first to try it. On paper, it looks...weird. I will see, anyway.
I'm sure you keep us updated.
Understand that the (40ft) bay sequence will be 6, 13 and 5 for the new ones instead of the 8,10 and 6 for the 'old' ones.
It will be a long walk from the accommodation to the engine-room.
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Maersk Madrid? Or did you mean Madrid Maersk? |
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