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Photographer:lappino [View profile]Title:CMA CGM TENEREAdded:Mar 26, 2020
Captured:March 25, 2020IMO:9859117Hits:2,866
Location:Mokpo, Mogpo, Korea (South)
Photo Category: Ships under Construction
History in the making, again. First LNG-powered container vessel built in South Korea, on her launching day at Hyundai Samho shipyard.
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Technical Data
Vessel type:-
Length:366 m
Beam:51 m
Draught:13.8 m

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AIS Information
Last known position:
36°28’38.66” N, 14°34’2.75” E
Speed, course (heading):
21.7kts, 106° (106°)
Arrival:23rd Feb 2021
21:00:57 UTC
Last update:
7 days 15 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)
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lappino on Mar 30, 2020 06:58 (11 months ago)
Frank, I have to correct my error: the other crane has a bit lower capacity, at "only" 1000 tons; it's the cranes on the other dock that are bigger.
LNG fuel is a way to keep Sulphur oxides (SOx) emissions down; it's not only the greens, it's MARPOL, so it's beyond discussion. Of course, her engine can also burn ultra-low Sulphur fuel oil (ULSFO) and light fuel oil. There's no scrubber, so proper exhaust gas characteristics are maintained by using ULSFO. Of course, as LNG does not contain Sulphur, it's the cleanest way to do it, so ULSFO is used as backup.

ChasB46, the individual on that IG account is famous for stealing photos; I've reported him to IG after I found 80+ of my photos there, and they've removed them promptly. I will do the same for the other few remaining photos - and other site members have also been notified about this IG account.


ChasB46 on Mar 29, 2020 12:58 (11 months ago)
Did not take long to get photo stolen?
Frank Buckley on Mar 29, 2020 11:54 (11 months ago)
Vlad thanks for your answer. In tandem that is 2000 tons. I have seen from other photos that you posted where the gantry cranes have lifting capacity of 1200 or 1600 tons. Why are they advertising that it is LNG powered?. Is it that important to keep the greens happy?. Is she going to burn LNG only or has she the ability to switch to heavy fuel as backup should the need arise?. Regards Frank
lappino on Mar 28, 2020 13:26 (11 months ago)
Thank you all for your comments. Roy, her bridge wing design is different between port and starboard, because the port one has the vent mast to deal with...

Emmanuel, I realize how lucky I am just being able to work (more or less) normally and move around. But one day, I am sure, we'll all have stories to tell about 2020... :)

Frank, that's the south crane, the north one is 1200 tons.


Frank Buckley on Mar 28, 2020 08:29 (11 months ago)
The Gantry Crane lifts only 820 Ton !!!.
Emmanuel.L on Mar 27, 2020 12:07 (11 months ago)
Great picture as always Vlad, as long as you are not on Lock Down like me (being over 65 ,actually 75.) keep presenting us with these superb photos.
Best wishes to all for a better healthy, peaceful future soon.
MO Roy on Mar 27, 2020 08:13 (11 months ago)
Great picture Vlad, thanks.
They also improved a little on their bridgwing design. But then only on the port-side as can be better seen on your other picture.
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