CMA CGM LA TOUR - IMO 9224946
|Vessel type:||Container Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||26,050 tons|
|Summer DWT:||30,442 tons|
|Last known position:|
|1°16’45” N, 103°45’7.2” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0kts, 109° (299°)|
|Arrival:||3rd Apr 2020|
|1 year 8 months ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2015 May 25th, 12:00:55 UTC||Aejea|
|2014 July 11th, 06:00:26 UTC||Pointe Des Galets|
|2014 June 28th, 14:09:33 UTC||Tanjung Pelepas|
|2014 May 16th, 06:00:44 UTC||Repdg|
|2014 May 3rd, 05:00:29 UTC||Mytpp|
|2014 March 21st, 06:00:38 UTC||Repdg|
|2014 March 7th, 19:00:27 UTC||Mytpp|
|2013 November 25th, 12:00:20 UTC||Pointe Des Galets|
|2013 November 15th, 10:00:26 UTC||Tanjung Pelepas|
|2013 July 29th, 01:00:46 UTC||Pointe Des Galets||
© carlo martinelli
© Klaas-Jan Brouwer
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The info of her renaming is from Equasis, who get their data from Lloyd's. So I suspect that she's been renamed in paper, but they haven't changed it aboard, and aren't going to do it either. Only the shipmanager knows why it is important to do this kind of minimal renamings you see every now and then.
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Are you sure this vessel has been renamed. I saw your photo yesterday and I was working on this vessel last night and checked. Everywhere the name is written, the hull, lifeboats,lifebouys etc, it was written as two words, ie; La Tour.
Obviously I have not seen any paperwork, but it certainly looked, from what I could see, that she still has her original name.
Can anyone clarify which is correct.
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