HANJIN CALCUTTA - IMO 9128104
|Vessel type:||Bulk Carrier|
|Gross tonnage:||16,270 tons|
|Summer DWT:||27,365 tons|
|Last known position:|
|37°25’21.76” N, 25°55’24.13” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|11.8kts, 157° (155°)|
|Location:||Ua Ilk=>egypt F.o.|
|Arrival:||16th Nov 2017|
|6 days 13 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2017 November 16th, 20:00:08 UTC||Ua Ilk=>egypt F.o.|
|2017 November 8th, 14:30:07 UTC||Tn Gae=>ua Ilk|
|2017 October 16th, 01:00:06 UTC||Fr Uro=>tn Gae|
|2017 October 14th, 18:00:08 UTC||Fr Uro=>tn Rds|
|2017 October 14th, 18:00:07 UTC||Fr Uro=>tn Lgn|
|2017 October 5th, 21:30:11 UTC||Nl Tnz=>fr Uro|
|2017 September 24th, 10:00:10 UTC||Ru Mmk=>nl Tnz|
|2017 September 9th, 05:00:09 UTC||Es Lcg>ru Mmk|
|2017 August 5th, 15:00:08 UTC||Ua Ods=>tr Ist|
|2017 July 31st, 05:00:08 UTC||Tr Ist>ua Ods||
© Eddie Walker
© Pascal RITEAU
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What are her markings, Ken? She looks like she's loaded about as deep as she can. |
Luck of the draw with that, not often able to get them coming in, I agree it is nice to see them coming up the river, I can recall the days when an 8,000 tonner would have been large at that location.
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That's a lovely view Ken. It's always impressive to see a big ship underway in Woolwich Reach and doesn't she look well laden?
I used to love seeing the Sugar Line ships passing by there way back.
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