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Photo Details
Photographer:Marcelo Lopes [View profile]Title:SAGA JANDAIAAdded:Sep 24, 2007
Photo Category: General cargo ships built 1990-1999 (Over 3000gt)
IMO 9200421 - Hong Kong flag - 47.027 dwt - 199,20 mts - Build on December 1998 by Oshima SB, Japan, Hull nr. 10255 - Ex: Jandaia - Box Shapped Multipourpose vessel
Vessel Identification
Name:Saga Jandaia
Flag:Hong Kong (china)
Former name(s):
- Jandaia (Until 2001 Jun)
Technical Data
Vessel type:General Cargo
Gross tonnage:29,729 tons
Summer DWT:47,027 tons
Length:199 m
Beam:31 m
Draught:11.4 m

Additional Information
Home port:Hong Kong
Class society:Det Norske Veritas
Build year:1998
AIS Information
Last known position:
22°23’15.98” N, 113°46’15.22” E
Speed, course (heading):
10.0kts, 154° (153°)
Location:Sg Sin>cn Nsa
Arrival:10th Oct 2017
04:00:42 UTC
Last update:
4 days 4 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2017 October 10th, 04:00:42 UTCSg Sin>cn Nsa
2017 October 3rd, 21:00:42 UTCBr Bag>sg Sin Pebgb
2017 August 24th, 16:30:02 UTCPortocel
2017 August 9th, 16:30:01 UTCGibraltor
2017 August 5th, 07:30:02 UTCLivorno
2017 July 30th, 20:00:45 UTCTarragona
2017 July 12th, 05:40:06 UTCItaqui
2017 July 2nd, 10:30:45 UTCGibraltor
2017 June 26th, 00:30:13 UTCLivorno
2017 June 17th, 22:00:30 UTCTarragona
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mtpat10 on May 21, 2005 10:55 (12 years ago)
SAGA JANDAIA (Jandaia -01) 29,729/98 – bulk carrier, “owned by Saga Shipholding (IOM) Ltd. (Anglo-Eastern Ship Management Ltd.), Hong Kong. Grounded13/6/2004 about 3,300 metres from Kannonzaki Lighthouse, Okinawa Perfecture, and was refloated 20/6. She was carrying a cargo of 25,949 tonnes of steel coils.”
REF: World Ship Society’s Marine News September 2004 Vol. 58 No.9
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