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Photographer:Ferry-Man [View profile]Title:EddystoneAdded:Sep 12, 2008
Captured:September 10, 2008IMO:9234070Hits:545
Location:Southampton, United Kingdom
Photo Category: RO/RO
Description:
The Eddystone seen turning around in Marchwood near Southampton. She turned from being stern-on to the berth to bow-on to the berth, not sure why. Seen 10th September 2008
Vessel Identification
Name:Eddystone
IMO:9234070
Flag:U.k.
MMSI:235507000
Callsign:ZIQT3
Technical Data
Vessel type:Ro-ro Cargo
Gross tonnage:23,235 tons
Summer DWT:13,274 tons
Length:193 m
Beam:26 m
Draught:5.9 m

Additional Information
Home port:London
Class society:Lloyd's Shipping Register
Build year:2002
AIS Information
Last known position:
36°18’16.28” N, 15°6’29.44” E
Status:Underway
Speed, course (heading):
16.7kts, 282° (283°)
Destination:
Location:Port Said
Arrival:26th Jun 2018
17:00:25 UTC
Last update:
39 seconds ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 June 26th, 17:00:25 UTCPort Said
2018 June 17th, 02:00:57 UTCMarchwood
2018 June 9th, 04:00:43 UTCSouda Bay
2018 June 7th, 12:00:17 UTCLimassol
2018 May 28th, 06:00:01 UTCMarchwood
2018 May 18th, 11:30:47 UTCPortland
2018 May 14th, 21:00:53 UTCNab Anchorage
2018 May 14th, 16:00:00 UTCSouthampton
2018 May 10th, 03:15:49 UTCMarchwood
2018 May 5th, 06:00:15 UTCLas Palmas
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Photo Comments (1)

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Malim Sahib on Sep 23, 2008 13:15 (9 years ago)
The linkspan on Marchwood No.4 berth (the berth she's on in this photo) is out of action, so it's in use for layby purposes. She wasn't going anywhere for a few days and so moved round to No.4 from No.3 to allow the Hurst Point to come in, which happened later that evening. These ships only have a stores/cargo crane on their starboard side, so the decision was taken to go SST to make life a bit easier for loading stores etc.
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