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Photographer:lappino [View profile]Title:EVER FAITHAdded:Dec 15, 2019
Captured:December 14, 2019IMO:9850525Hits:2,846
Photo Category: Ships under Construction
This is the first vessel of the new series of eight 11,000 TEU ships to be built for Evergreen at Samsung Heavy Industries, hull No. 2263, spotted fitting out on Geoje Island after I got a heads-up... :)
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Last known position:
33°43’52.36” N, 118°15’5.14” W
Speed, course (heading):
0kts, 215° (71°)
Location:Krokp > Uslax
Arrival:3rd Jun 2020
12:00:36 UTC
Last update:
30 seconds ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 June 9th, 07:15:22 UTCSg Pjsb
2018 May 12th, 12:00:14 UTCRichards Bay
2018 April 22nd, 02:00:10 UTCDahej
2017 December 18th, 09:30:41 UTCTw Khh
2017 December 18th, 09:30:22 UTCCn Foc
2017 December 6th, 01:00:10 UTCKr Pus
2017 November 15th, 02:00:23 UTCCa Van
2017 October 19th, 09:00:25 UTC>jp Kga
2017 September 25th, 07:30:30 UTCVostochny
2017 September 19th, 07:30:31 UTCJp Kws Ot
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lappino on Dec 19, 2019 07:44 (5 months ago)
Thank you for your comment, MS. These days I am not visiting Japan as often as I've used to, so I guess we'll be relying on your photos as the news source from Imabari shipyards... :)


MS3866 on Dec 18, 2019 13:48 (5 months ago)
Thank you for posting the first 11,000TEU for EVERGREEN. I will follow the same series built by Imabari Shipbuilding next year but maybe you take first, haha!
lappino on Dec 18, 2019 11:28 (5 months ago)
Thank you for your comment, Andrew. If it wasn't for Jan, I'd have no idea about this baby. So I was the local asset that was activated, with the results you see... :)


Andrew McAlpine on Dec 18, 2019 00:52 (5 months ago)
Great catch as always Vlad, amazing how these ships appear so quickly.
Like the look for this class that have the standard Evergreen look. Like Jan hoping to see this class in Europe at some point.

jan_t on Dec 16, 2019 07:10 (5 months ago)
@Vlad: I am amazed the speed at weich you fulfil special wishes, Sir :-) I think I owe you a few drinks now. I was really keen to see her. Quite a few morr new F-classes in the pipeline. Hope to see one in Europe one day, though initially, the US east coast is the place to take photos of these babies.
lappino on Dec 15, 2019 23:51 (5 months ago)
Thank you all for your comments.

Tonker, at first not knowing her size, I thought that she was a "regular" 18,000+ TEU vessel, but then I saw her "neighbor"...

So yes, Vladimir, she does look a bit like a feeder... :)

Roy, I guess "keeping the legacy look" is something Evergreen pushes on all builders, otherwise we'd have more bland/ugly HHI/SHI style superstructures.


MO Roy on Dec 15, 2019 20:36 (5 months ago)
Very well spotted Vlad, thanks!
They somehow managed to keep the "Evergreen look".
tonker on Dec 15, 2019 19:29 (5 months ago)
Excellent pic thanks, Lappino, its funny how on her own, she`d look quite large, but then you look over to her portside at the monster sitting there, and it really puts things into perspective!
Vladimir on Dec 15, 2019 16:27 (5 months ago)
Thanks for sharing, very interesting vessel
After so many photos of mega container vessels, with all respect to Evergreen, this size looks like “feeders”
Interesting like always
Best Regards
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