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Photo Details
Photographer:Tony Martin [View profile]Title:PACIFIC EDENAdded:Feb 12, 2017
Captured:November 25, 2015IMO:8919245Hits:630
Location:Sydney, Australia
Photo Category: Cruise Ships built 1991-2000
PACIFIC EDEN ex STATENDAM passing through Sydney Heads inbound.
Vessel Identification
Technical Data
Vessel type:Passengers Ship
Gross tonnage:55,819 tons
Summer DWT:7,637 tons
Length:219 m
Beam:34 m
Draught:7.7 m

Additional Information
Home port:Rotterdam
Class society:Lloyd's Shipping Register
Build year:1993
AIS Information
Last known position:
26°56’49.2” S, 153°48’13.32” E
Speed, course (heading):
16.2kts, 356° (357°)
Location:Hamilton Island
Arrival:25th Jul 2018
20:00:21 UTC
Last update:
24 days 1 hour ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 July 25th, 20:00:21 UTCHamilton Island
2018 July 22nd, 19:00:05 UTCSydney
2018 July 20th, 18:45:19 UTCTangalooma
2018 July 17th, 20:00:13 UTCMooloolaba
2018 July 15th, 21:00:58 UTCSydney
2018 June 23rd, 22:00:44 UTCTangalooma
2018 June 21st, 18:45:10 UTCSydney
2018 June 13th, 21:00:39 UTCSydney Opt
2018 June 11th, 17:30:10 UTCBrisbane
2018 June 6th, 21:00:12 UTCAirlie Beach
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Photo Comments (3)

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Tony Martin on Feb 24, 2017 04:24 (1 year ago)
rd77, thank you for you comments. Extended S class ships Rotterdam, Amsterdam and Volendam are 19 mtrs longer, agree enhances their looks.
rd77 on Feb 23, 2017 10:06 (1 year ago)
Also interesting to note that the P&O Australia are now the only British-flagged ships in the Carnival fleet (apart from the P&O's BRITANNIA which was hastily registered in the UK to avoid upsetting HM The Queen who was going to christen her).
rd77 on Feb 23, 2017 10:05 (1 year ago)
Very nice Tony. I always feel that these ships would have looked so much better if they had been 20-30 metres longer.
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