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Photographer:lappino [View profile]Title:MOL TRUSTAdded:Feb 27, 2017
Captured:February 26, 2017IMO:9769283Hits:4,068
Photo Category: Ships Under Construction
Second one of the new MOL container carriers, off Samsung shipyard on Geoje island.
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AIS Information
Last known position:
53°34’27.01” N, 4°48’36.8” E
Speed, course (heading):
20.7kts, 31° (34°)
Arrival:22nd Jan 2019
10:00:18 UTC
Last update:
2 minutes 53 seconds ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 August 3rd, 19:00:34 UTCEgsuz
2018 July 24th, 05:15:30 UTCNlrtm
2018 July 18th, 02:00:24 UTCDeham
2018 July 15th, 17:30:18 UTCFrleh
2018 July 13th, 07:45:21 UTCGbsou
2018 May 8th, 19:00:33 UTCSuez Canal
2018 April 30th, 03:00:42 UTCLe Havre
2018 April 26th, 17:00:08 UTCRotterdam
2018 April 19th, 21:30:21 UTCHamburg
2018 April 16th, 20:30:24 UTCSouthampton
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Photo Comments (7)

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lappino on Feb 28, 2017 00:39 (1 year ago)
Thanks for your comments. From this angle, her accommodation's short length is really obvious - that's a standard Samsung feature.
I also think that her Safe Manning certificate will not require more than 15 people. As for the riding crews accommodated in containers, I think that's the future - doing away with accommodation blocks, and putting everything in containers. I will not hold my breath, but I think it's coming...


Frank Buckley on Feb 27, 2017 22:06 (1 year ago)
Amazing photo! The first thing that also attracted my attention is the size of the accomodation block. Well I guess Roy if she is going to be carrying some riding crew with her then they will have to bunk down in one 20000+ that she will be carrying!


MO Roy on Feb 27, 2017 17:18 (1 year ago)
Well sooner than later these huge ships with all the high lashing-bridges need a lot of attention, i.e. de-rusting and painting.
If you don't start soon enough you're running behind the facts.
So soon they will have so called riding squads all the time.
Which means total complement of well into the twenties.

Accommodation also seems quite high from this angle Vlad contrary to your last picture of the Triumph.

andrecas on Feb 27, 2017 15:50 (1 year ago)
The funnel tower just about the same size as the super "compact" bridge/accomodation block. Given the advanced technology, etc., going into these ultra large ships active crew requirement likely not exceed 15...?
Captain Ted on Feb 27, 2017 15:14 (1 year ago)
@ Tsarik,,as the crews are small,,no sleep needed !!!!
Tsarik Ruslan - on Feb 27, 2017 14:18 (1 year ago)
Very nice shot, Vlad!

I think, with that kind of supestructure, their feet will be out of the cabins, when they sleeping )))

MO Roy on Feb 27, 2017 11:44 (1 year ago)
Already in an advanced state.
Thanks Vlad, nice picture.
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