JRS CASTOR - IMO 9341964
|Photographer:||Stan Muller [View profile]||Title:||JRS CASTOR||Added:||Nov 06, 2008|
||Containerships built 2001-2010|
Name of ship: JRS CASTOR
Call Sign: C4YE2
Gross tonnage: 7545
Type of ship: Container Ship
Year of build: 2007
Lenght: 129,20 m
Speed: 17,0 kn
Ex Name(s): LOMUR
© Stan Muller
Watch JRS Castor going into Antwerp locks on YouTube by clicking HERE!!
|Vessel type:||Container Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||7,545 tons|
|Summer DWT:||8,146 tons|
|Last known position:|
|53°31’43.36” N, 9°57’27.91” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0kts, 133° (307°)|
|Arrival:||31st Jul 2018|
|17 days 7 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 July 31st, 18:00:36 UTC||Beanr|
|2018 July 30th, 06:00:52 UTC||Deham Via Nok|
|2018 July 23rd, 19:00:10 UTC||Fikok Via Nok|
|2018 July 17th, 19:00:41 UTC||Beanr|
|2018 July 16th, 13:00:55 UTC||Deham Via Nok|
|2018 July 10th, 02:00:16 UTC||Fikok Via Nok|
|2018 July 3rd, 22:00:15 UTC||Beanr|
|2018 July 2nd, 15:00:33 UTC||Deham Via Nok|
|2018 June 26th, 02:00:41 UTC||Fikok Via Nok|
|2018 June 21st, 14:00:29 UTC||Beanr Via Skaw||
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Thanks, I know their work well! |
Yes, you can ask me or "Grasbrook" - Jens or "ihmo" Sascha, they are the ones I know from there and Jens is a real local :-D |
I've read that topic on Hamburg, I'll contact you and some others on this site when I go there, for some "inside" information. |
Oh, yes it is - I have written something on forum "shipspotting in Hamburg" with links. Especially easy and cheap, as you can go by train, then use harbour-ferry, or stand on shore, and day-ticket around 5 euros. It's very convenient so to say, but warning is, the port of Hamburg is ruled by Unifeeder's and Teamlines' tiny feederships :-D They go from terminal to terminal so, lot of photo-chances if you like them. |
Hamburg is the next spot on my wishlist.
Must be great acoording to what I see on this site.
Yes, that's what shipspotting site is good for :-) ! I can't go there myself, as I would get by train to Antwerp railway station and then be stuck, but you can upload photos here and I do the like then with pics from Hamburg and we're all happy :lol: |
No problem, I live a 20 min. drive from the Antwerp port, so it's easy for me. |
Thanks, I'll let you know, but usually it is an accident when I get to Antwerp, when a friend I travel with, does not find ships at Rotterdam we went to Antwerp. He does like Maersk more than MSC, that's why I think :lol: But thanks for letting me know ! |
Next time you're around, let me know Cornelia. When the weather is good, you only need to find the right angle.
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This does look very good, water like a mirror, and the nature in background, is not like the Antwerp as I have seen it - industrial and grey and MSC Dymphna producing alot of black smoke to add a bit more dirt to the scene :-) |
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