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Photographer:E. Vroom [View profile]Title:HAPPY BUCCANEERAdded:Dec 14, 2006
Captured:IMO:8300389Hits:933
Photo Category: Heavy Lift Vessels
Description:
14-12-2006, preparations for hoisting the Figee crane onboard in progress. Hoisting beams are attached to both sides of the crane house (insert). I wonder if it will be hoisted in one piece. Taking apart in an upper and lower section seems more likely.

Nationality NEDERLAND
Length 146 m
Breadth 029 m
Terminal SUEZHAVEN
Quay NOORDZIJDE SUEZHAVEN
Cargo capacity 013740 ton
Vessel Identification
Name:Happy Buccaneer
IMO:8300389
Flag:Netherlands
MMSI:244203000
Callsign:PEND
Technical Data
Vessel type:General Cargo
Gross tonnage:16,341 tons
Summer DWT:13,740 tons
Length:146 m
Beam:31 m
Draught:6 m

Additional Information
Home port:Amsterdam
Class society:Lloyd's Shipping Register
Build year:1984
AIS Information
Last known position:
36°55’1.88” N, 76°20’19.18” W
Status:Underway
Speed, course (heading):
4.5kts, 330° (335°)
Destination:
Location:Gdynia
Arrival:3rd Oct 2018
20:00:04 UTC
Last update:
3 days 21 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 December 31st, 13:00:50 UTCGdynia
2018 August 18th, 12:00:33 UTCGdynia
2018 August 16th, 10:00:07 UTCGothenburg Rds
2018 August 16th, 10:00:00 UTCLaeso North Anchor
2018 August 11th, 16:00:29 UTCEemshaven
2018 August 7th, 10:30:44 UTCMontoir Fr
2018 July 23rd, 12:00:11 UTCNorfolk Usa
2018 June 29th, 16:00:59 UTCGdynia
2018 June 27th, 06:00:22 UTCGothenburg Rds
2018 May 17th, 12:00:56 UTCGothenburg Rds
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2nd-mate on Dec 14, 2006 18:37 (11 years ago)
Hi Ed,

You are right, the crane will be divided in to two sections, otherwise the crane's are top heavy!

The cilinder you can see on your insert behind the crane driver position already wheights 30 mt!

regards 2nd-mate
Tomas Østberg- Jacobsen on Dec 14, 2006 15:38 (11 years ago)
A very nice shot and story Ed! Keep posting, man! Best regards ghazten sandefjord Norway
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