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Photographer:lappino [View profile]Title:MAERSK HONAM & CMA CGM J. ADAMSAdded:May 28, 2017
Captured:May 27, 2017IMO:UnavailableHits:5,315
Location:Ulsan, Korea (South)
Photo Category: Ships Under Construction
Two new container vessels fitting out at Hyundai Heavy Industries in Ulsan.
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Vladimir on Mar 08, 2018 21:25 (9 months ago)
Very sad, specially in a view of missing sailors.
lappino on Mar 07, 2018 06:29 (9 months ago)
The left one pictured here looks to be the biggest container casualty so far:
John Grace on Jun 01, 2017 11:31 (1 year ago)
Hi Vlad, thanks for that, I have seen the photo of the gas ships now. I stood by a couple of KSC/UASC ships built at Ulsan during 1977 and 1978 and it is interesting to see how much busier they seem to be these days. Also how much bigger the ships are!
lappino on Jun 01, 2017 01:59 (1 year ago)
@John, "Seri Cempaka" and "Seri Camar" are the Moss type LNG carriers for MISC. I will upload a photo where you can see them in more detail.

@James, "pulchritude"...what a word! :)


James Scott on May 31, 2017 17:02 (1 year ago)
Thanks for solve my doubts. It's my opinion, I think vessels are missing their personality, for example you see a new mega-container and see all of them, really it`s sadly, It`s the same wiht new cruise ships and the majority of new constructions. The pulchritude of funcionality,
John Grace on May 31, 2017 15:56 (1 year ago)
Any information on what appears to be a couple of ships similar to MHI Sayaendo class LNG carriers?
MO Roy on May 30, 2017 13:57 (1 year ago)
You are right Jan, types do evolve. but a lot of things will be the same.
Sadly, in my opinion, HHI still sticks to these ugly style bridge-wings for all their big box-ships.
jan_t on May 30, 2017 08:13 (1 year ago)
>> The J.Adams is in fact a sistership in dimensions of the Eindhoven.

^^ Not really. In terms of Loa and beam, yes. But otherwise the ships are different, for example with a higher superstructure and bridge, etc.
MO Roy on May 29, 2017 20:17 (1 year ago)
Hi James I have the same with cruise-ships they all look exactly the same........
Anyway at first glance she looks like the "Eindhoven-class" also from Hyundai (had that thought for a short moment yesterday when I saw the thumbnail).
The J.Adams is in fact a sistership in dimensions of the Eindhoven.
22 40ft bays long and 19 wide, a type that is a little out of fashion already.
The Maersk Honam is actually a new breed of vessel she is 21 long and 21 wide, which is quite unusual and for now the only class with these dimensions.

Vlad she is in fact going to be 15000teu with of course a lot of air displacement i.e. up to 10 high on deck (maybe 11).

James Scott on May 29, 2017 16:41 (1 year ago)
Thanks Ląppino and jan. And J. Adams? She looks like a sister ship of Maersk, very similar, maybe a little bit smaller, although almost every new container vessels looks clones.
jan_t on May 29, 2017 15:29 (1 year ago)
ca 15,200 teu.
lappino on May 29, 2017 13:14 (1 year ago)
James, they should be of 14,000 TEU capacity.

Here's Maersk's own piece on them:


James Scott on May 29, 2017 12:46 (1 year ago)
A new series for Maersk? Does anyone know the capacity for this vessels?
Best regards.
Captain Ted on May 29, 2017 04:23 (1 year ago)
Most important place on the ship Vlad !!!!!
lappino on May 29, 2017 01:16 (1 year ago)
Thanks for your comments, Roy and captain Ted.

@Roy, it wouldn't be possible without the suggestion from fellow ship spotters that visited Korea on this weekend, like "didn't you mention something about a high rise with a roof access with the view of HHI a couple of years ago...?" :)

Btw, I thought both vessels were of the same width, apparently this is not the case.

@Capt. Ted, I guess her crew will find the proper BBQ spot, if DG cargo is not too close...


Captain Ted on May 29, 2017 00:29 (1 year ago)
The Maersk vessel seems to have on the port aft upper decks cut outs for open decks,, BBQ area ?
MO Roy on May 28, 2017 15:40 (1 year ago)
Hi Vlad,
Many thanks, great that you visited HHI.
I count 21 boxes wide for the Maersk Honam.
To my knowledge they will also be 21 40ft bays long (350 ~ 355 m).
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