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Photo Details
Photographer:Pilot Frans [View profile]Title:JAEGER ARROWAdded:Oct 21, 2008
Photo Category: General cargo ships built 2000-2010 (Over 3000gt)
Botlek 28-6-03
IMO: 9215347

This vessel looks like a carcarrier, but is designed to carry wood-products
Vessel Identification
Name:Jaeger Arrow
Technical Data
Vessel type:Bulk Carrier
Gross tonnage:29,103 tons
Summer DWT:24,101 tons
Length:172 m
Beam:25 m
Draught:10.7 m

Additional Information
Home port:Nassau
Class society:Nippon Kaiji Kyokai
Build year:2001
AIS Information
Last known position:
49°43’33.24” N, 4°25’30.84” W
Speed, course (heading):
16.3kts, 258° (255°)
Location:Grande Anse
Arrival:13th Oct 2016
06:00:08 UTC
Last update:
16 days 0 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2016 April 21st, 02:00:14 UTCGrande Anse
2016 April 12th, 17:00:27 UTCRotterdam
2016 April 5th, 22:00:51 UTCZelzate
2016 April 2nd, 10:00:30 UTCRotterdam
2016 March 19th, 08:00:24 UTCGrande Anse
2016 March 10th, 21:00:14 UTCEveringen
2016 March 9th, 03:30:56 UTCZelzate
2016 March 7th, 02:20:45 UTCRotterdam
2016 February 20th, 19:00:24 UTCGrande Anse
2016 February 20th, 17:00:38 UTCGrande Anse, Canada
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Photo Comments (2)

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Matt Ruscher on Jun 17, 2005 07:00 (11 years ago)
interesting story alex, great shot too. i wouldve thought she was a car carrier
esima001 on May 07, 2005 15:41 (11 years ago)
Really nice picture. Actually this ship was desing to carry wood product, aluminium and general cargo like that. They add 2 pitch tank, one in the bow and the other at the stern of the vessel. They use those tank to bring pitch or brai to Grande-Anse, Canada. They made the ship totally enclosed because this ship was desing to travel in north Atlantic all year long and with the bad weather in this area, the need to protect their deck equipment.


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