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Photo Details
Photographer:Robert J Smith [View profile]Title:RMAS KINTERBURY A378Added:Mar 01, 2007
Captured:August 18, 2004IMO:7924255Hits:2,727
Location:Plymouth, United Kingdom
Photo Category: Auxiliaries
Seen at Devonport on the 18/08/04
Flag: British
Type: Armanent stores carrier
Class: Throsk
Pennant number: A378

Vessel Identification
Name:Atlantic Explorer
Pennant no.:A378
Former name(s):
- Deepworker (Until 2013 Oct)
- Kinterbury (Until 2006 Mar)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Research/survey Vessel
Gross tonnage:1,420 tons
Summer DWT:685 tons
Length:71 m
Beam:12 m
Draught:5.2 m

Additional Information
Class society:Panama Maritime Documentation Services
Build year:1981
AIS Information
Last known position:
52°28’24.9” N, 1°44’39.96” E
Speed, course (heading):
0kts, 2° (311°)
Location:Bull Anchorage
Arrival:10th Jul 2018
15:00:56 UTC
Last update:
5 days 19 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 July 10th, 15:00:56 UTCBull Anchorage
2018 June 19th, 20:00:27 UTCGrimsby
2018 June 7th, 01:00:02 UTCHumber R.offshore
2018 June 6th, 08:00:00 UTCGrimsby
2018 June 5th, 09:00:05 UTCHornsea 1 Owf
2018 April 13th, 01:00:21 UTCHornsea 1 Owf
2018 April 10th, 12:00:31 UTCGrimsby
2018 February 21st, 23:30:35 UTCHornsea 1 Owf
2018 February 12th, 07:30:08 UTCWorksite
2018 February 11th, 21:00:22 UTCBull Anchorage
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Photo Comments (3)

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nigelgodfrey on Dec 10, 2017 02:51 (8 months ago)
As of December 2017, still MV Atlantic Explorer, owned by Atlantic Marine and Aviation. In the 4mē moon pool (through No. 2 hold) deploys a ROGE - remotely operated grab excavator - on a contract to remove boulders from a wind farm site prior to Jack Ups arriving in Feb to install mono piles for the WTG's. There is now just one dining hall for all crew, (used to be 3), the sick bay is now a single bed cabin, and there are no twin bunked cabins. The fwd small arms store aft of the fore-peak is now the survey/ROV control room. The ROGE can have a 4km winch. She sailed Great Yarmouth 29th November, and will be based out of Grimsby until end of project in early 2018. The system works very well.
Robert J Smith on Nov 14, 2010 15:40 (7 years ago)
Thanks Paul, details updated.

Paul Dashwood on Sep 26, 2010 12:08 (7 years ago)
IMO 7924255, now named Deepworker
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