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Photographer:Dick Nootenboom [View profile]Title:Sea Land ExchangeAdded:Nov 02, 2008
Photo Category: Containerships built 1971-1980
GRT: 41127; Dwt.: 29829 ton; TEU-cap.: 1968; Loa.: 288,40 m.; Br.: 32,26 m.; Dght.: 10,608 m.; Servicespeed: 33,00 knots, later reduced to 21; Built at: Rotterdamse Droogdok Mij. NV, Rotterdam; Yardno.: 331.

13-10-1981: Transferred to Militairy Sealift Command (U.S.Defense) and renamed ALGOL (T-AKR 287). Still in service.

Picture taken at Rozenburg, heading for Rotterdam in 1977
Vessel Identification
Technical Data
Vessel type:Logistics Naval Vessel
Gross tonnage:48,904 tons
Summer DWT:25,655 tons
Length:288 m
Beam:32 m
Draught:8.8 m

Additional Information
Build year:1973
AIS Information
Last known position:
37°44’53.05” N, 122°22’59.44” W
Speed, course (heading):
0kts, 0° (265°)
Location:San Francisco 80
Arrival:30th Sep 2018
16:07:37 UTC
Last update:
27 seconds ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 September 30th, 16:07:58 UTCSan Francisco 80
2018 September 30th, 16:07:12 UTCSan Francisco 80
2017 September 30th, 13:30:07 UTCSf Buoy
2017 September 28th, 13:00:42 UTCSan Francisco
2017 September 28th, 13:00:31 UTCSan Francisco
2017 September 28th, 13:00:11 UTCSan Francisco
2017 September 24th, 22:00:28 UTCSan Francisco 80
2017 September 23rd, 20:00:35 UTCSf Buoy
2017 September 23rd, 17:00:31 UTCSan Francisco 80
2017 September 22nd, 01:00:43 UTCSf Buoy
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Jonathan Chase on Mar 15, 2011 23:59 (7 years ago)
I crossed on Voyage 1E in May 1973 from Port Elizabeth to Rotterdam, on my way to work the summer as a hull inspector on the third SL-7 built at RDM, the "Sea-Land Resource." We averaged 31.85 knots from Ambrose Light to Bishop's Rock, then lost both radars in the English Channel. Absolutely stupendous ships!
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