CAPE DELFARO - IMO 9235361
|Photographer:||Glenn Towler [View profile]||Title:||CAPE DELFARO||Added:||Nov 05, 2007|
||General cargo ships built 2000-2010 (Over 3000gt)|
Seen here berthed at Risdon upstream from Hobart, Tasmania, Australia completing the loading of lead concentrates. This is the first time one of the Columbia Ship Managments D Class have been to Risdon.
The Cape Delfaro used to visit Hobart ever 9 weeks until the Project Asis Service withdrew from Hobart in January 2005. This is the first visit by one of the vessels since 27/01/2005. Unfortuanatley time did not permit her to berth in Hobart to also load containers.
|Vessel type:||General Cargo|
|Gross tonnage:||23,132 tons|
|Summer DWT:||30,343 tons|
|Last known position:|
|26°22’10.2” N, 79°29’3.6” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|14.6kts, 8° (15°)|
|Arrival:||9th Jul 2017|
|12 hours 46 minutes ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2017 July 9th, 21:00:53 UTC||Houston|
|2017 July 2nd, 08:00:33 UTC||Savannah|
|2017 June 26th, 20:00:07 UTC||Baltimore|
|2017 April 9th, 06:00:12 UTC||New Orleans|
|2017 April 8th, 12:00:07 UTC||New Orleans|
|2017 March 28th, 06:00:52 UTC||Baltimore|
|2017 February 27th, 02:05:02 UTC||St.petersburg|
|2016 December 16th, 20:00:13 UTC||Walvis Bay|
|2016 November 25th, 12:00:40 UTC||Dakar|
|2016 November 6th, 11:00:33 UTC||Houston (us Hou)||
© Pilot Frans
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I have got to agree with you there they are nice looking vessel.
At least you get to see them more regularly than I do now!!
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The D Class are a smart looking ship. I've been waiting to catch one on the move at Port Kembla.
Nice pic Glenn!
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