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Photographer:lappino [View profile]Title:CMA CGM BRAZILAdded:Feb 03, 2020
Captured:February 03, 2020IMO:9860245Hits:876
Location:Mokpo, Mogpo, Korea (South)
Photo Category: Ships under Construction
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Recently launched at Hyundai Samho shipyard.
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IMO:9860245
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Michael Schindler on Feb 04, 2020 11:54 (2 months ago)
The 20.000 TEU, and now the 24.000 TEU vessels, cascaded the 15.000 TEU vessels to other services which prompted a large reaction from the ports who had not previously seen such sizes. North America and South America have invested a lot in equipment and harbour access upscaling to be able to accommodate this class, since they can also pass the Panama Canal now.
Brgds, Michael
lappino on Feb 04, 2020 09:20 (2 months ago)
Thanks for your comments, Hannes and Michael. I never knew that South American ports were so close to accepting these big babies...

Cheers

Vlad
Hannes van Rijn on Feb 04, 2020 06:43 (2 months ago)
Nice one Vlad.

Cheers
Hannes.
Michael Schindler on Feb 04, 2020 06:36 (2 months ago)
Santos pilots were testing 366 m vessels but until now no permission has been granted.
Paranagua is on the verge, just the shallows in front of the berth to be removed.
Itapoa is ready for 15.000+ vessels with night restrictions.
Anything further south is currently out of the question, we're already pushing the envelope with the Cap Sans in B'Aires.
Brgds, Michael
lappino on Feb 04, 2020 05:36 (2 months ago)
Some years ago, there was a term "SAmMax", for vessels just large enough to squeeze into South American ports; I think Maersk Lota class was the type, with her 8000+ TEU. This one looks a bit larger, though, with her 15.000 TEU capacity...

Cheers

Vlad
MO Roy on Feb 03, 2020 21:28 (2 months ago)
Thanks Vlad, I wonder if it will ever come to Brazil.
Cheers,
Roy
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