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Photographer:Michel Gosselin [View profile]Title:AGENAAdded:Mar 04, 2008
Photo Category: General cargo ships built 2000-2010 (Under 3000gt)
AGENA is unloading ferrosilicon at wharf 12N in Hamilton Harbour in Hamilton ON.
Registered owner: AGENA
IMO 9197430//Call Sign V2PR6
built in 2001//Gross tonnage 2528
date: December 2, 2006
Vessel Identification
Flag:Antigua & Barbuda
Former name(s):
- Ual Malongo (Until 2011 Dec 05)
- Agena (Until 2008 Sep 23)
- Offshore Ii (Until 2001 Jun)
Technical Data
Vessel type:General Cargo
Gross tonnage:2,528 tons
Summer DWT:3,414 tons
Length:86 m
Beam:13 m
Draught:4.8 m

Additional Information
Home port:Saint John's
Class society:Germanischer Lloyd
Build year:2001
AIS Information
Last known position:
41°41’24.66” N, 71°11’38.84” W
Speed, course (heading):
10.5kts, 47° (48°)
Location:Saint Marc
Arrival:9th Mar 2021
08:00:53 UTC
Last update:
1 day 17 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 June 22nd, 10:00:29 UTCPev Pier 06
2018 June 21st, 21:30:49 UTCUspef
2018 June 16th, 12:00:58 UTCFrench Harbour
2018 June 11th, 08:15:59 UTCUspef
2018 June 5th, 05:00:39 UTCUspef
2018 June 5th, 05:00:22 UTCUspef Anchorage
2018 June 1st, 06:00:50 UTCFrench Harbour
2018 May 28th, 05:00:27 UTCUspef
2018 May 11th, 16:00:53 UTCHtpap
2018 May 8th, 12:30:04 UTCUspef
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Photo Comments (2)

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Michel Gosselin on Dec 03, 2006 04:05 (14 years ago)
thanks for the info, dave. i've never heard of that before. yes about 100% of the time the seagulls are pest. same thing with the canadian geese.
Magogman on Dec 03, 2006 03:53 (14 years ago)
Ferrosilicon is as its name indicates an alloy of iron and silicon. It is used in steelmaking and foundries in making steel alloys as it provides a source of silicon. There is more to it than that but is too late tonight for a more technical discussion and its not my field! So I would guess it will be used somewhere in your area to make stainless steel or another steel alloy.

And since we were discussing seagulls earlier, I see you have an impassive audience of them.
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