CAP SAN DIEGO - IMO 5060794
|Vessel type:||General Cargo|
|Gross tonnage:||9,998 tons|
|Summer DWT:||10,017 tons|
|Last known position:|
|53°32’35.51” N, 9°58’34.16” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|000.1kts, 209° (301°)|
|Arrival:||23rd Sep 2018|
|3 months 29 days ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 September 9th, 15:00:02 UTC||Hamburg|
|2018 June 30th, 18:00:44 UTC||De Ren -- De Cux|
|2018 June 26th, 20:00:36 UTC||De War -- De Kel|
|2018 June 19th, 20:00:18 UTC||De Kel -- De War|
|2018 June 16th, 18:00:19 UTC||Rendsburg|
|2018 May 10th, 18:00:35 UTC||Hamburg|
|2017 August 6th, 18:00:49 UTC||Cuxhaven|
|2017 July 16th, 17:00:03 UTC||Hamburg|
|2016 September 12th, 23:59:03 UTC||Hamburg|
|2016 March 24th, 21:00:14 UTC||Hamburg||
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© Manfred Christian
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Oh my, I thought of cruise liners... The problem is, I have never been on a vessel bigger than, let's say, hm... Kloar Kimming (ex-Westerland). Butterfahrten...
The old DFDS-Terminal is going to be reactivated, though. For cruise liners. I read that somewhere in the newspapers lately.
Haha, the Red Cross giving out beer aid for stressed out employees in Hamburg. Oh yes the good old DFDS, they have left Hamburg, I did take many trips on the "Prince of Scandinavia" from Hamburg to Harwich, they are the Danish company with their white cross, and nowadays it's just Amsterdam-Newcastle, and the cruise-terminal where DFDS used to go from, is abandoned. The "Prince" and the "Hamburg" - later "Admiral of Scandinavia" were true party-ships too and they offered cheap train-trips together with their tickets too :-D ! Memories.. |
Classic and simple, that's it!
Hm... the fish is not a must-have, but certainly the beer is...
"Having a certain cross in their funnel"... this turns out to be embarrassing for me... the Red Cross? No... a cross... Chandris/Celebrity? I'm at a loss :-o
Psst.. for me it's also too much so I am not going to do that, don't worry and I have a dislike for ships with a too glittery interior, like it classic and simple ! The best ships though, do have Danish pastry onboard, Danish sill fish, Tuburg and Carlsberg (one per evening) and I get you know which ships I do talk about, having a certain cross in their funnel ! :-D |
Now I don't agree with you... With the right people and the right mood a party on board Cap San Diego could be quite funny and exciting. Cool music in the background, a drink on deck, and a full moon above the harbour... This club-style cruising to me sounds like animation 24/7. For me, that's to much :-o |
parties and cargo-ships just don't mix :-D :-D :-D it's club-style cruising a la AIDA nowadays .. |
Cap San Diego could be rented for special occasions. But the party days are gone :-( ... But yes, you can stay overnight on board, that's correct. |
Thanks for this, well I did not know that there are parties onboard, it did look to me like a true museum and well, a good place to have lunch to, as well and an overlook on the port. It's anyways one of the better looking museumships I must admit :-D And recently I read that they also have hotel-rooms onboard, for those who like to have it a bit special ! |
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A very nice shot of one of my favourite former party locations... Alas, there are no parties anymore on board Cap San Diego.
I got a nice photo series of her as she arrived from Cuxhaven on July, 11.
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