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Photographer:Rico Voss [View profile]Title:VAYENGA MAERSKAdded:Aug 20, 2018
Captured:August 20, 2018IMO:9775751Hits:1,433
Location:Wilhelmshaven, Germany
Photo Category: Containerships built 2011-2020
first call in northern Europe, seen on river Jade after her stay in Wilhelmshaven
Vessel Identification
Technical Data
Vessel type:-
Length:200 m
Beam:36 m
Draught:8.9 m

Additional Information
AIS Information
Last known position:
60°25’18.36” N, 26°54’32.28” E
Speed, course (heading):
0kts, 158° (320°)
Arrival:27th Jun 2019
11:00:51 UTC
Last update:
25 seconds ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 September 12th, 19:30:11 UTCFiktk > Eetll
2018 September 9th, 23:00:51 UTCGbfxs > Fiktk
2018 September 4th, 17:45:51 UTCDewvn > Gbfxs
2018 September 2nd, 17:00:18 UTCEetll > Dewvn
2018 August 29th, 19:00:28 UTCFiktk > Eetll
2018 August 22nd, 02:00:48 UTCDewvn > Gblgp
2018 August 22nd, 02:00:40 UTCDewvn > Gbshv
2018 August 19th, 17:00:29 UTCEsalr > Dewvn
2018 July 8th, 07:00:07 UTCNgapp
2018 June 15th, 11:00:01 UTCSgsim>mytpp
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Rico Voss on Aug 22, 2018 04:17 (10 months ago)
According to Lloyds Register, they classified that vessels with 1a ice class, so same like Toronto/Montreal Express.
Pekka Laakso on Aug 21, 2018 22:50 (10 months ago)
It may be so this class is the largest containership built in 1ASuper ice class?
Rico Voss on Aug 21, 2018 20:27 (10 months ago)
Ok Pekka, I wrote that the ships are the world’s largest ice-class container vessels.
But that's not my statement.
I got that from a source of Seago Line.
Pekka Laakso on Aug 21, 2018 19:24 (10 months ago)
Toronto and Montreals = 4404 TEU > still larger.
Pekka Laakso on Aug 21, 2018 19:16 (10 months ago)
Hi everyone,
I see a lot of pure assumptions without any facts here in the comments. Let's gather together few facts:

1. Check the given schedules for these vessels.

2. The beam is too big for an allowed transit in Kiel Canal, apparently the airdraft would be too high for the bridges as well. Besides often they will sail in heavy draught due to load.

3. Venta Maersk will make a trail voyage through the NSR while positioning from Asia to North Europe/Baltic. No one has spoken about a line crossing the NSR.

4. I saw a comment stating these are the largest ice classed containerships. I presume the Toronto Express class is still larger. With the fact being the largest makes no difference being a feeder or a liner.

Pekka on Aug 21, 2018 17:23 (10 months ago)
in todays Lloyds List they write that her sister Venta Maersk is to make a trailrun on the Northern Sea route (north of Siberia). In my opinion they are too big for Baltic feeder service the whole year, but maybe they will do the Baltic in the winter and NSR during the summer. APM would be the right company to pioneer such a route.
volker1948 on Aug 21, 2018 16:47 (10 months ago)
She will sail through the Kiel Canal on her way for Finland?
Robert J Smith on Aug 21, 2018 16:05 (10 months ago)
Due London Gateway tomorrow morning, sailing next day for Finland.
Hannes van Rijn on Aug 21, 2018 14:52 (10 months ago)
She does not come to Rotterdam in the first months. She sails from England to Russia VV.
Hannes van Rijn on Aug 21, 2018 14:37 (10 months ago)
Hi Pekka,those ships are feeders ???
Pekka Laakso on Aug 21, 2018 10:28 (10 months ago)
Are they larger than Hapag's Toronto and Montreal Express and OOCL's OOCL Montreal? Guess not.
Rico Voss on Aug 21, 2018 09:26 (10 months ago)
Thank you Hannes and Jens.
I was very happy to caught her.
I guess it was a one-time visit. Usually her sisters Vistula Maersk and Volga Mearsk are operating on the carrier’s feeder connection between The Netherlands and Russia.
All together Maersk/Seago, built seven units of this type of feeder.
The new ships are the world’s largest ice-class container vessels.
Jens Boldt on Aug 20, 2018 22:12 (10 months ago)
An "Excellent!!!" from me, too. Feeders are getting bigger and bigger, too, as it seems.

This one looks like Maersk's answer to CMA CGM's "Neva" and "Pregolia".

Hannes van Rijn on Aug 20, 2018 20:27 (10 months ago)
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