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Photo Details
Photographer:Brian Wayne Scott [View profile]Title:GULF LIVESTOCK 1Added:Nov 15, 2019
Captured:November 13, 2019IMO:9262883Hits:917
Location:Fremantle, Australia
Photo Category: Shipping
Description:
Moored in Fremantle Harbour.

With AL SHUWAIKH behind and OBERON approaching from behind.
Vessel Identification
Name:Cetus J
IMO:9262883
Flag:Panama
MMSI:353947000
Callsign:3FXX5
Former name(s):
- Dana Hollandia (Until 2012 Dec)
- Maersk Waterford (Until 2006 Oct 06)
- Cetus J (Until 2003 Sep 18)
- Maersk Waterford (Until 2003 Sep 17)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Container Ship
Gross tonnage:6,370 tons
Summer DWT:8,372 tons
Length:139 m
Beam:20 m
Draught:7.4 m

Additional Information
Class society:Germanischer Lloyd
Build year:2002
AIS Information
Last known position:
38°3’58.13” S, 178°41’49.46” E
Status:Underway
Speed, course (heading):
12.1kts, 11° (10°)
Destination:
Location:Singapore
Arrival:7th Jun 2020
14:00:57 UTC
Last update:
6 months 22 days ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 August 18th, 18:00:41 UTCDerince Turkey
2018 July 23rd, 23:55:31 UTCVdc Brazil
2018 July 15th, 14:00:56 UTCLas Palmas Spain
2018 July 9th, 17:00:56 UTCCartagena Spain
2018 May 8th, 12:00:21 UTCCartagena Spain
2018 May 1st, 01:00:17 UTCIskenderun Turkey
2018 April 30th, 14:00:42 UTCIskenderun Turkey
2018 March 30th, 14:00:13 UTCVila Do Conde
2018 March 16th, 16:00:41 UTCMalaga Spain
2018 February 18th, 15:00:28 UTCLas Palmas Spain
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jackosan on Sep 04, 2020 01:11 (6 months ago)
Now (4 September 2020) missing off SW Japan during typhoon, so far only 1 (out of 43) crew rescued. Two years ago she had been detained in Australia due to stability problems, see https://gcaptain.com/livestock-carrier-detained-in-australia-due-stability-issues-incident-video/
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