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Photographer:dirk septer [View profile]Title:Maggie MAdded:Sep 12, 2017
Captured:September 12, 2017IMO:8672201Hits:888
Location:Campbell River, Canada
Photo Category: Work Boats
southbound off Quadra Island, BC; September 12, 2017;

Eurocarrier 2209 built 2008 by Neptune Marine;
L x B x D: 21.6 x 9 x 2.2 m; 130 gt.;
MMSI: 235061904; call sign: 2APP2;

owner: GSS Marine Services (Gareloch Support Services) Ltd.,
Silverhills, Rosneath, Argyll & Bute;

first of GSS Eurocarrier 22 vessels:

unusual to see a United Kingdom-registered utility
vessel plying the Inside Passage here;

October 2014 Maggie M started her voyage at Rotterdam, Netherlands:
after working in the Caribbean, vessel sailed to Alaska on
her own keel and now back to Vancouver, BC
Vessel Identification
Technical Data
Vessel type:-
Length:21 m
Beam:9 m
Draught:2.2 m

Additional Information
AIS Information
Last known position:
21°37’50.9” N, 88°42’17.57” W
Speed, course (heading):
7.1kts, 77° (79°)
Location:Progreso Mexico
Arrival:1st Jul 2018
11:00:17 UTC
Last update:
8 days 7 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 July 1st, 11:00:17 UTCProgreso Mexico
2017 October 14th, 12:00:34 UTCManzanillo Mexico
2017 July 11th, 10:00:27 UTCDutch Hbr Ak
2017 June 28th, 10:00:08 UTCVancouver Bc
2017 June 20th, 13:00:18 UTCVictoria Bc
2017 February 9th, 22:00:00 UTCCristobal
2015 June 23rd, 18:00:40 UTCLimon
2014 September 11th, 15:00:30 UTCMaassluis
2013 August 1st, 17:30:11 UTCRosyth
2013 July 11th, 01:00:47 UTCRosyth
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Photo Comments (13)

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dirk septer on Oct 04, 2017 04:17 (9 months ago)
more on Maggie M:
dirk septer on Sep 13, 2017 17:48 (10 months ago)
Thanks MattyBoy and miraflores for all your investigative work.
miraflores on Sep 13, 2017 15:44 (10 months ago)
Rolldock Storm outbound Rotterdam in October 2014 with Maggie M. visible.
miraflores on Sep 13, 2017 15:34 (10 months ago)
Maggie M. arrived Nassau/Bahamas on 21.Oct. 2014 from Rotterdam, Rolldock Storm with IMO 9656503 also arrived Nassau on 21.Oct. 2014 from Rotterdam, so possible with Maggie as deck cargo?
Rgds. Juergen
dirk septer on Sep 13, 2017 12:58 (10 months ago)
@ MattyBoy:

two Mitsubishi S12A2 engines, 800 Bhp each.

dirk septer on Sep 13, 2017 12:40 (10 months ago)
The owner, GSS, confirmed that Maggie M originally came to the Caribbean on a heavy lift vessel, but sailed to Alaska under her own keel. Here she was involved in anchor handling very near shore.
MattyBoy on Sep 13, 2017 10:18 (10 months ago)
According to Port History it took her 9 months to get from Maassluis to Limon.
MattyBoy on Sep 13, 2017 10:16 (10 months ago)
I'd be interested to now what size/type her engine is.
dirk septer on Sep 12, 2017 21:52 (10 months ago)
Yes, I did not think she would have come transatlantic under her own power.... but who knows.....
davidships on Sep 12, 2017 21:42 (10 months ago)
Nothing wrong with the IMO; almost everything wrong with the data.

Plucky little boat, pettering around since 2014 from job to job under her own steam from Bahamas via Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Cuba, Curacao, Panama, Colombia, California, Canada to Dutch Harbor AK. But, Matty Boy, I suspect that she started by hitching a lift from Rotterdam to Nassau.
dirk septer on Sep 12, 2017 21:18 (10 months ago)

Thanks for the correct spelling, but your photographs of Maggie M show the wrong IMO.

dirk septer on Sep 12, 2017 19:57 (10 months ago)
This vessel was earlier this year in Curacao, Neth. Antilles and now she seems en route from Alaska to vancouver, BC.
MattyBoy on Sep 12, 2017 19:54 (10 months ago)
Do you think she could have come over on some kind of transport vessel? Would it be possible for her to come transatlantic under her own power? If so, how long would that have taken?
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