Peter Pan - IMO 9217242
|Vessel type:||Ro-ro Cargo|
|Gross tonnage:||36,468 tons|
|Summer DWT:||6,555 tons|
|Last known position:|
|53°33’32.22” N, 8°33’43.68” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0kts, 350° (358°)|
|Arrival:||22nd Dec 2017|
|10 days 12 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2017 December 22nd, 08:00:39 UTC||Bremerhaven|
|2017 December 20th, 00:15:38 UTC||Travemunde|
|2017 December 19th, 19:00:16 UTC||Gdynia|
|2017 December 18th, 06:30:58 UTC||Trelleborg (swe)|
|2017 December 16th, 18:30:56 UTC||Travemunde|
|2017 December 9th, 18:15:28 UTC||Trelleborg (swe)|
|2017 December 9th, 06:30:43 UTC||Travemunde|
|2017 December 8th, 18:15:46 UTC||Trelleborg (swe)|
|2017 December 6th, 00:15:40 UTC||Travemunde|
|2017 December 5th, 15:30:10 UTC||Trelleborg (swe)||
© Poul Erik Olsen
© Poul Erik Olsen
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@Emmanuel.L. No worries. A number of vessels are exchanging their bulbous bow with a smaller one also without lengthening, this due owners desire to reduce speed (and save money) and the original "high speed" bulbous bow has become a "deadweight".
On the flip-side, it makes a return to high speed more complicated if owner decides so in the future.
Wallenius-Wilhelmsen PCTC's and Hoegh Autoliners have carried out such retro-fits of bulbous bow's. Fuel, and money, savings are imminent :-)
Have a good day in Malta!
Thanks IACSman, I thought that she may have grounded and is being given a new bulbous bow, my mistake....sorry fabianv.
It would seem that the vessel is in DD for a 30 mtr scheduled lengthening, at which time she is also renewing her bulbous bow, hence this is not a casualty, unless there is some other info available. |
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