HMM GDANSK - IMO 9863326
|Last known position:|
|1°19’12.89” N, 103°18’24.26” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|17.8kts, 306° (305°)|
|Arrival:||15th Oct 2020|
|4 days 22 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 September 1st, 12:30:51 UTC||Sv Eqj|
|2018 August 4th, 20:00:16 UTC||Nakhodka (njk)|
|2018 June 21st, 07:30:01 UTC||Ishinomaki,japan|
|2018 June 4th, 06:30:03 UTC||Ca Nno|
|2017 December 14th, 21:00:03 UTC||Gi Gib|
|2017 October 24th, 22:00:23 UTC||Br Ssz|
|2017 May 29th, 07:00:05 UTC||Clsai|
|2017 May 3rd, 14:30:25 UTC||Uspdx|
|2017 April 24th, 21:00:31 UTC||Uskam|
|2017 April 18th, 05:00:32 UTC||Uslgb||
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Hi Roy, this... "situation" does have an impact on the flow of things from China, and it is expected that some local yards will invoke the Force Majeure / Act of God clause because of it.
Just a question that popped up in my mind: any sign, or news, of shortage of hull sections coming from China, or ate they still flowing in?
Thanks, Michael. And the part of her hull without obvious vertical section joint lines was brought from China, where she was assembled, to speed up the hull assembly process at the yard.
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Big like Vlad, always interesting to see the vessels in an earlier stage of construction with hull sections still discernible.
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