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Photo Details
Photographer:Owen Foley [View profile]Title:AAL ShanghaiAdded:Nov 21, 2019
Captured:November 20, 2019IMO:9498377Hits:994
Location:Port Phillip Bay, Australia
Photo Category: General cargo ships built 2011-2020 (Over 3000gt)
Description:
AAL Shanghai entering Port Phillip Bay
Vessel Identification
Name:Aal Shanghai
IMO:9498377
Flag:Marshall Islands
MMSI:538004589
Callsign:V7XW6
Technical Data
Vessel type:General Cargo
Gross tonnage:23,930 tons
Summer DWT:32,105 tons
Length:194 m
Beam:29 m
Draught:7.7 m

Additional Information
Class society:Germanischer Lloyd
Build year:2012
AIS Information
Last known position:
24°3’9.17” S, 152°42’59.54” E
Status:Underway
Speed, course (heading):
13.2kts, 286° (289°)
Destination:
Location:Brisbane
Arrival:1st Dec 2019
11:00:19 UTC
Last update:
18 hours 18 minutes ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 September 5th, 04:00:37 UTCQinzhou
2018 August 6th, 01:00:02 UTCMelbourne
2018 August 1st, 02:00:02 UTCNewcastle
2018 July 22nd, 20:00:38 UTCBrisbane
2018 July 10th, 19:40:59 UTCKaohsiung
2018 June 20th, 16:00:25 UTCTianjin
2018 May 11th, 00:00:35 UTCPortland
2018 May 5th, 06:00:17 UTCMelbourne
2018 April 30th, 23:15:58 UTCNewcastle
2018 April 24th, 22:00:45 UTCBrisbane
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Photo Comments (6)

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Henning Brauwers on Nov 24, 2019 17:23 (11 days ago)
I agree with BR_Reef, there was some cargo on deck before, long cargo :-) You can still see the welded extra lashing point / D-rings on hatch 3
BR_Reef on Nov 23, 2019 20:31 (12 days ago)
At a guess I suspect that the ship had discharged wind turbine blades at Portland before proceeding to Geelong and/or Melbourne.
MO Roy on Nov 22, 2019 11:12 (14 days ago)
Sorry but this is clearly some commercial promotional thing. The containers are on the ps hatches obstructing them from opening.
Cheers,
Roy
Calant on Nov 22, 2019 05:31 (14 days ago)
Simple answer to a " difficult " question.....
They must/will be loading cargo into the holds at their next port!
Regards,
Capt.Bill
Owen Foley on Nov 22, 2019 01:01 (14 days ago)
All containers being the same would suggest this.
Some sort of promotional gimmick is the most likely explanation.
It looks pretty odd from the starboard side.
vokstar on Nov 21, 2019 21:42 (14 days ago)
Odd way to have the containers loaded, I assume they are doing a promotional photo shoot at some point?
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