MAERSK PENANG - IMO 9168192
|Vessel type:||Container Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||31,333 tons|
|Summer DWT:||38,250 tons|
|Last known position:|
|45°37’2.85” N, 73°29’52.63” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|7.0kts, 209° (207°)|
|Arrival:||19th Aug 2018|
|9 hours 35 minutes ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 August 19th, 11:30:33 UTC||Camtr|
|2018 August 19th, 11:30:28 UTC||Ca Mon|
|2018 August 9th, 05:00:25 UTC||Be Anr|
|2018 August 8th, 11:30:21 UTC||Nlrtm|
|2018 August 7th, 00:30:00 UTC||De Brv|
|2018 June 13th, 06:00:10 UTC||Trtuz|
|2018 May 30th, 11:30:22 UTC||Nlrtm|
|2018 May 19th, 10:15:03 UTC||Cahal|
|2018 May 13th, 14:30:44 UTC||Ca Mon|
|2018 May 3rd, 10:00:45 UTC||Be Ant||
© Jacques Trempe
© Stan Muller
© Marc Piché
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Thanks, for the correction, complicated name that guy - how much easier it is, to say "Gianluigi Aponte" :-D
Bad paintjobs, seen everywhere I just remember a Hapag-Lloyd's ship, black and the red ex. CP-paint was showing underneath.
You are probably right, Cornelia.
As usual Mr. MMM hasn't yet spent money on a repaint of
the superstructure which still is PONL-white with a red/orange
line above the windows of the wheelhouse.
Hard times in the container shipping business.
PS: His name is actually Maersk (firstname) Mc-Kinney Moeller. As far as I
recall there is also an Arnold somewhere in his name.
No, but I have another idea, it is not rust what is showing through, but bad quality Maersk paint, and what you can see underneath - is black paint still from it's P&O NEDLLOYD JAKARTA - days :-) Then, the ship was painted black. |
Hehe, seems Mr. Moeller-Maersk has spent the money elsewhere :lol: |
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It needs some new paint! :-x |
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