NIKOLAY GOLOVANOV - IMO 7614381
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|BMP on Feb 11, 2011 20:25 (10 years ago)|
The Soviet Union container carrier NIKOLAY GOLOVANOV the Baltic Shipping Company
Cellular container m/v NIKOLAY GOLOVANOV type m/v KHUDOZHNIK SARYAN
Built in GDR, Warnemünde: 1979
Call sign: U N S M (U M S H)
Deadweight: 14,720 t
Output: 17,400 b.h.p.
Speed: 20 kn
Home port: Leningrad, Baltic Shipping Company (BSC established in 1835)
KHUDOZHNIK SARYAN (Built in 1975, call sign U W U Q, deadweight 14,720 t, FESCO 1975-1980. With 1980 in BSC)
KHUDOZHNIK IOGANSON (Built in 1976, deadweight 14,720 t, in FESCO 1976 on the present)
KHUDOZHNIK ZHUKOV (Built in 1976, deadweight 14,720 t, in FESCO 1976 on the present, IMO 7614317)
KHUDOZHNIK PAKHOMOV (Built in 1977, call sign U J D B, deadweight 14,720 t, BSC)
KHUDOZHNIK REPIN (Built in 1978, call sign E N U N, deadweight 14,720 t, BSC)
KHUDOZHNIK PROROKOV (Built in 1978, call sign U H R Y, deadweight 14,720 t, FESCO 1978-1980. With 1980 in BSC)
KHUDOZHNIK ROMAS (Built in 1978, call sign U I J Q, deadweight 14,720 t, FESCO 1978-1980. With 1980 in BSC)
MAKSIM MIKHAYLOV (Built in 1979, deadweight 14,720 t, in FESCO 1979 on the present)
NADEZHDA OBUKHOVA (Built in 1979, call sign U K E T, deadweight 14,720 t, BSC)
Ships of this type are operated in the BALT-ORIENT LINE service ( from Europe to South-East Asia), as well as charter out in the open market.
The BALTATLANTIC LINE service in Canada Leningrad-Montreal.
|BMP on Jan 04, 2011 21:29 (10 years ago)|
Soviet Union (USSR) container ship of the Baltic Shipping Company m/v Nikolay Golovanov type m/v Khudozhnik Saryan. BSC, Leningrad.
Built in GDR, Warnemünde 1979; Call sign: UNSM; DWT 14,720 t; Speed 20 kn.
Flag: USSR. Home port: Leningrad.
Service: BALT-ORIENT LINE, BALTAMERICA LINE, BALTATLANTIC LINE.
|Pekka Laakso on Nov 15, 2006 14:03 (15 years ago)|
|Can read NIKOLAY GOLOVANOV from the bow.|
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