ZHEN HUA 8 - IMO 7800784
|Vessel type:||Heavy Load Carrier|
|Gross tonnage:||37,456 tons|
|Summer DWT:||44,926 tons|
|Last known position:|
|26°21’42.68” N, 121°37’35.56” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|10.3kts, 120° (118°)|
|Arrival:||28th May 2018|
|3 days 20 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 May 28th, 00:00:02 UTC||Shanghai|
|2018 April 11th, 06:00:21 UTC||Durban|
|2017 October 16th, 18:00:29 UTC||Jeddah_saudiarabia|
|2017 August 16th, 18:00:50 UTC||Shanghai|
|2016 November 6th, 09:00:22 UTC||Port Said|
|2015 November 9th, 08:00:49 UTC||Hong_kong|
|2015 October 29th, 09:00:55 UTC||Shang Hai|
|2015 August 2nd, 20:00:48 UTC||Cartagena|
|2015 May 13th, 20:00:10 UTC||Shanghai|
|2015 April 9th, 08:00:58 UTC||In Hzr||
© Joerg Seyler
© Joerg Seyler
© Gerald Sorger, Germany
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Hi Simon, just give a look to Frederik's account you will see more picture of that same ship unloading those big cranes she carried..... Sure the Captain of the Zen Hua 8 must always check the weather before leaving port.
Best regards, Robert08 :lol:
Yeah, I myself have never seen anything like that before. I'm thinking the weight to one of the sides must be big when the ship is hit by waves from the side.
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Hi Simon, it looks almost incredible to me that those kind of Heavy Load Carrier could sail.... But as we often say : an image worths 1000 words.... That must be a physical miracle.
Thanks to share, robert08 :-D
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