OOCL GERMANY - IMO 9776183
|Photographer:||lappino [View profile]||Title:||OOCL GERMANY||Added:||Apr 03, 2017|
|Captured:||April 02, 2017||IMO:||9776183||Hits:||2,149|
||Ships Under Construction|
|Another one of those crewless giant container ships, with an added peculiar detail of big green crane for cargo handling (so big, it didn't fit in the frame!), fitting out at Samsung shipyard on Geoje island in Korea.|
|Last known position:|
|24°24’3.11” N, 119°16’53.48” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|15.8kts, 46° (44°)|
|Arrival:||19th Nov 2017|
|1 day 14 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2017 November 19th, 09:00:16 UTC||Cnyan|
|2017 November 16th, 01:00:59 UTC||Cnytn|
|2017 November 10th, 18:00:32 UTC||Sgsin Pwbga|
|2017 October 28th, 20:30:33 UTC||Egpsd|
|2017 October 18th, 02:15:39 UTC||Gbfxt|
|2017 October 15th, 20:00:39 UTC||De Wvn|
|2017 October 11th, 05:00:31 UTC||Plgdn|
|2017 October 7th, 02:00:51 UTC||Nlrtm|
|2017 October 4th, 11:30:14 UTC||Gbfxt|
|2017 September 26th, 20:00:16 UTC||Suez Canal||
© Rico Voss
© martin klingsick
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Thanks for your comment, Roy.
Very few of this big babies remain to be built, however...
And after that...the winter is coming... (ominous music).
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Yeah yeah Vlad how long will it take before it actually comes into reality.
As always thanks for the new name, missed that one so far.
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