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Photographer:Michael Brakhage [View profile]Title:JEROME HAdded:Nov 02, 2008
Captured:IMO:8505927Hits:1,646
Photo Category: Casualties
Description:
2008/11/2 at BrunsbŁttel/Kiel-Canal -after her fateful affair with BELUGA SENSATION on October 27th, 2008 at Kiel. Yob: 1985. Flag: Antigua & Barbuda
Vessel Identification
Name:Jerome H.
IMO:8505927
Flag:Antigua & Barbuda
MMSI:304010444
Callsign:V2AA2
Technical Data
Vessel type:General Cargo
Gross tonnage:1,297 tons
Summer DWT:1,741 tons
Length:75 m
Beam:10 m
Draught:3.6 m

Additional Information
Home port:Saint John's
Class society:Germanischer Lloyd
Build year:1985
AIS Information
Last known position:
53°0’7.99” N, 1°11’29.79” E
Status:Underway
Speed, course (heading):
8.4kts, 118° (120°)
Destination:
Location:Goole Gbgoo
Arrival:9th Dec 2017
10:00:56 UTC
Last update:
4 minutes 1 second ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2017 December 28th, 20:00:00 UTCWilhelmshaven
2017 December 9th, 10:00:56 UTCGoole Gbgoo
2017 December 3rd, 01:00:55 UTCAmsterdam Nlams
2017 November 29th, 18:00:38 UTCGoole Gbgoo
2017 November 25th, 10:00:53 UTCAmsterdam Nlams
2017 November 21st, 23:30:27 UTCTees
2017 November 20th, 11:00:29 UTCGoole Gbgoo
2017 November 14th, 22:00:34 UTCNlrtm>dedui
2017 November 12th, 17:00:54 UTCGbimm
2017 November 9th, 12:00:59 UTCNlams
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Photo Comments (3)

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Mark on Nov 17, 2008 23:22 (9 years ago)
Hi Michael,

Thanks God, it's truth.
I hope to see this vessel after repairing:-)

Best regards,
Mark.
Michael Brakhage on Nov 17, 2008 17:15 (9 years ago)
Hi Mark,
a pity such a beauty vessel and thanks god that it is a hard part.
Regards,
Michael
Mark on Nov 03, 2008 23:02 (9 years ago)
Hi,

She looks badly damaged, but the bow is the most hardy part of the ship.

Best regards,
Mark.
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