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Photographer:Florian 1860 [View profile]Title:CHAMPION JET 1Added:Jan 04, 2018
Captured:August 30, 2017IMO:9151008Hits:628
Photo Category: High Speed Vessels
Description:
H/S/C CHAMPION JET 1 arriving at Santorini - 30/08/2017
Vessel Identification
Name:Condor Vitesse
IMO:9151008
Flag:Cyprus
MMSI:209440000
Callsign:C60X9
Former name(s):
- Incat 044 (Until 1998 Apr)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Ro-ro/passenger Ship
Gross tonnage:5,007 tons
Summer DWT:350 tons

Additional Information
Class society:Det Norske Veritas
Build year:1997
AIS Information
Last known position:
28°4’44.4” N, 17°19’56.52” W
Status:Moored
Speed, course (heading):
0kts, 243° (120°)
Destination:
Location:Ctr Gmr Vgr
Arrival:18th Apr 2019
22:00:10 UTC
Last update:
45 seconds ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 October 20th, 14:50:23 UTCP-m-n-t-n-m-p
2018 October 20th, 14:30:41 UTCH-t-i-n-m-p-n-i-t-h
2018 July 11th, 15:00:24 UTCAttisfnpskkl
2018 May 15th, 14:30:31 UTCP/m/n/t/n/m/p
2018 April 12th, 00:00:58 UTCHtinmpnith
2018 April 12th, 00:00:57 UTCP/m/n/t/h
2018 April 12th, 00:00:38 UTCP/m/n/t/n/m/p
2018 April 12th, 00:00:06 UTCHeraklion
2018 April 12th, 00:00:05 UTCHeraklion
2017 October 15th, 13:00:54 UTCGravesend<>tilbury F
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Photo Comments (3)

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Florian 1860 on Jan 04, 2018 21:55 (1 year ago)
Hi Mattyboy,

that information is certainly not correct. The vessel is currently doing its winter lay up at Piraeus Main Port. Check it here: http://www.shipfriends.gr/forum/topic/18-hellas-roundup/?tab=comments#comment-242106. I just saw a recent photo of her moored there a couple of days ago, also. She will return to her routes probably during the Easter period between Crete and the Cyclades.

This problem meanwhile seems to exist a little longer, as I noticed it already in spring and summer season. Also on marinetraffic.com the ship is shown at the port of Tilbury from time to time, even if she was 100 percent certainly crossing through the Aegean Sea at these times. 😉 The strange thing is, that the problem there occurs only temporarily. Most of the time everything works fine. So at some days the vessel is „doing really large jumps“ in just a few seconds… 😜

And of course thanks a lot for your nice words. Greece and specially the cyclades are famous for their beautiful and deepblue sea, as you do certainly know. 😉

@Bob Scott: Absolutely right!

Cheers
Florian
Bob Scott on Jan 04, 2018 21:22 (1 year ago)
She's certainly not and never has been the Gravesend/Tilbury ferry, as suggested by the port history misinformation. An amusing thought, though!!
MattyBoy on Jan 04, 2018 20:52 (1 year ago)
Why is she in Tilbury now? Gorgeous photograph against that blue sea.
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