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Photographer:Ulf Kornfeld [View profile]Title:ATLANTIC CARTIERAdded:Jul 16, 2017
Captured:July 16, 2017IMO:8215481Hits:699
Location:Cuxhaven, Germany
Photo Category: RO/RO
Description:
ATLANTIC CARTIER
Cuxhaven, 16.7.2017
The ship is on its final voyage from Hamburg to Alang for scrapping. Her ACL-logos have been removed.
Vessel Identification
Name:Atlantic Cartier
IMO:8215481
Flag:Sweden
MMSI:266017000
Callsign:SCKB
Technical Data
Vessel type:Ro-ro/container Carrier
Gross tonnage:58,358 tons
Summer DWT:51,648 tons
Length:293 m
Beam:33 m
Draught:8.9 m

Additional Information
Home port:Gothenburg
Class society:Lloyd´s Shipping Register
Build year:1985
AIS Information
Last known position:
29°52’42.7” S, 31°1’57.51” E
Status:Moored
Speed, course (heading):
0kts, 278° (21°)
Destination:
Location:Durban
Arrival:24th Aug 2017
13:00:17 UTC
Last update:
28 days 22 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2017 August 18th, 10:00:41 UTCAlang
2017 August 13th, 06:30:50 UTCLiverpool
2017 August 7th, 20:30:40 UTCAntwerp
2017 July 17th, 10:00:27 UTCHamburg
2017 July 12th, 09:30:21 UTCAntwerp
2017 July 9th, 05:00:17 UTCLiverpool
2017 June 28th, 06:00:09 UTCPortsmouth
2017 June 25th, 17:30:34 UTCBaltimore
2017 June 23rd, 14:00:15 UTCNyc
2017 June 21st, 10:00:29 UTCHalifax
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Photo Comments (4)

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Cedric Hacke on Jul 17, 2017 17:53 (2 months ago)
Shame to see it go. She did probably have a tough life given the route she was used on.
REG on Jul 17, 2017 15:48 (2 months ago)
We used to see these big ships many times at Port Newark. Their appearance was quite unmistakable. ACL certainly seems to have gotten their money's worth out of them.

The international orange paint across the top of the bridge was a common feature on board ships operating in the English Channel/North Sea region. In foggy or hazy conditions, which frequently prevail in that part of the world, that orange band is frequently the first visual indication one detects of the presence of an oncoming vessel, even in the case of ships as large as this one.
Paulo Sousa on Jul 16, 2017 21:56 (2 months ago)
They where nice vessels.

Big blues!! I made a drawing of one of them.
Mike Griffiths on Jul 16, 2017 21:12 (2 months ago)
..sad to see her going to Alang - Atlantic Conveyor the only one left is also on her last trans Atlantic voyage now - iconic ships!
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