CANMAR SPIRIT - IMO 9253741
|Photographer:||Marc Piché [View profile]||Title:||CANMAR SPIRIT||Added:||Jan 23, 2009|
||Containerships built 2001-2010|
|CANMAR SPIRIT as shown in this pastoral scene at Verchères on May 7, 2005. She and her two sisters are the largest ships to travel that far inland anywhere (to Montreal from sea) on a regular liner service.
Marc Piché photo.
|Vessel type:||Container Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||55,994 tons|
|Summer DWT:||47,790 tons|
|Last known position:|
|53°29’56.64” N, 9°56’16.32” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0kts, 168° (357°)|
|Arrival:||2nd Dec 2016|
|26 minutes 51 seconds ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2016 December 2nd, 13:30:29 UTC||Hamburg|
|2016 December 2nd, 12:30:34 UTC||Hamburg|
|2016 November 30th, 15:45:44 UTC||Antwerp|
|2016 November 28th, 18:00:51 UTC||Southampton|
|2016 November 14th, 15:00:41 UTC||Montreal|
|2016 November 4th, 13:30:46 UTC||Hamburg|
|2016 November 2nd, 15:00:39 UTC||Antwerp|
|2016 October 30th, 15:00:38 UTC||Southampton||
© Hannes van Rijn
© Koos Biesheuvel
© Holger Rahmacher
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Ah, excellent one. Love it when it's possible to have a bit of foreground! :-P Although I know those who call themselves true ship watchers only want to see the ship. All tastes are in nature and that is a thing to respect.
I just gave it a ten, now watch the rating go down..... Must be because of the Canadian waters... :-?
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