CAPE UNITED - IMO 9337121
|Vessel type:||Bulk Carrier|
|Gross tonnage:||101,933 tons|
|Summer DWT:||203,137 tons|
|Last known position:|
|31°1’39.47” N, 122°20’35.03” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|12.2kts, 105° (107°)|
|Arrival:||5th Jun 2018|
|1 month 21 days ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 June 5th, 19:30:20 UTC||Cn Sha|
|2018 March 20th, 15:45:12 UTC||Cn Zha|
|2018 March 9th, 08:00:54 UTC||Cn Mjs|
|2018 February 14th, 19:00:43 UTC||Au Pwl|
|2017 December 20th, 18:42:58 UTC||Cn Sha|
|2017 December 17th, 22:00:19 UTC||Cn Mjs|
|2017 December 2nd, 11:00:27 UTC||Au Dam|
|2017 November 21st, 07:00:54 UTC||Port Walcott,aus|
|2017 November 15th, 09:54:02 UTC||Cn Sha|
|2017 November 7th, 14:24:31 UTC||Cn Zha||
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Great shot again, los tropicos.
Man, i envy you, hehe!
Your friend on the other side of the planet:
They've just loaded iron ore with the vessel port side to the berth, so the port side of the hatch covers and the deck catch all the spillage. Prior to pilot transfer they hose down the helicopter hatch and the hatches either side to minimise dust for the helicopter. The crew will complete the cleaning later.
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but why do the hold covers look so rusty?
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