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Photo Details
Photographer:Simon T. Vammen [View profile]Title:ZHEN HUA 8Added:Dec 26, 2008
Captured:IMO:7800784Hits:1,029
Photo Category: Heavy Lift Vessels
Description:
Outside Hamburg, Germany - 9/9 2008
Vessel Identification
Name:Zhen Hua 8
IMO:7800784
Flag:Saint Vincent & Grenadines
MMSI:377488000
Callsign:J8B2817
Former name(s):
- Dolvi (Until 2004)
- Dolviken (Until 2000 Dec)
- Bt Stream (Until 2000 Aug)
- Thorsaga (Until 1996 Oct)
- Ambra Beluga (Until 1993 May)
- Thoraas (Until 1992 Mar)
- Akademik Lukyanenko (Until 1990)
- Viking Falcon (Until 1986)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Heavy Load Carrier
Gross tonnage:37,456 tons
Summer DWT:44,926 tons

Additional Information
Home port:Kingstown
Class society:China Classification Society
Build year:1980
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (3)

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Robert Tremblay on Dec 27, 2008 20:23 (8 years ago)
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:
Simon T. Vammen on Dec 27, 2008 17:03 (8 years ago)
Hi Robert

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.

Simon
Robert Tremblay on Dec 27, 2008 03:19 (8 years ago)
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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