Aker Spitsbergen - IMO 8768517
|Gross tonnage:||37,878 tons|
|Summer DWT:||64,000 tons|
|Last known position:|
|66°16’46.8” N, 12°15’40.2” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|3.6kts, 283° (279°)|
|Arrival:||4th Nov 2017|
|15 days 18 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2017 November 4th, 01:00:06 UTC||Stifjorden|
|2017 May 3rd, 07:00:40 UTC||Kristiansund|
|2017 April 2nd, 18:00:12 UTC||Norwegian Sea Storda|
|2017 March 27th, 03:00:45 UTC||Kristiansund|
|2015 June 9th, 11:00:26 UTC||Kristiansund Ac|
|2015 June 9th, 11:00:23 UTC||Kristiansund|
|2013 December 15th, 16:00:05 UTC||Stifjorden||
© Michael Brakhage
© Per Karlsson
© Tor Erlend Gjærde
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These legs have since been launched and joined to become one hull. It has been named "Aker Spitsbergen" and left Dubai in tow on 15 August 2007 bound for the Aker Kvaerner Stord yard on Stord Island, between Stavanger and Bergen in Norway.
When completed in 2008 she will be the world's biggest rig, capable of operation in ultra-deep water and in harsh North-Atlantic weather.
More details and pictures (graphichs) HERE.
"Spitsbergen" is a township on the Norwegian Svalbard Island in the Northern part of the Norwegian Sea.
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