MARNE - IMO 9197442
|Photographer:||Jens Boldt [View profile]||Title:||MARNE||Added:||Mar 01, 2009|
|Captured:||March 01, 2009||IMO:||9197442||Hits:||937|
||General cargo ships built 2000-2010 (Under 3000gt)|
|Marne arriving at Hamburg, 01.03.2009.
Her keel was laid in June 1998.
Does anyone know why it took nearly seven years to complete her?
Built by Slovenske Lodenice, Komarno, Slovakia
Yard No.: 1905
Port of registry: St. John's, Antigua and Barbuda
Call sign: V2OV1
Gt/Nt/Dwt: 2.530 / 1.372 / 3.410
L/B/D (m): 86,57 / 12,80 / 5,56
Speed: 12 knots
Owner, manager & operator: Reederei Erwin Strahlmann, Marne, Germany
Registered owner: Erwin Strahlmann, Marne, Germany
|Vessel type:||General Cargo|
|Gross tonnage:||2,530 tons|
|Summer DWT:||3,539 tons|
|Last known position:|
|54°37’2” N, 5°54’37.52” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0kts, 158° (218°)|
|Arrival:||12th Dec 2018|
|25 seconds ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 September 14th, 12:00:30 UTC||Gb Larne|
|2018 September 8th, 03:00:05 UTC||Ceuta|
|2018 September 2nd, 14:00:20 UTC||Itmdc|
|2018 August 28th, 07:00:31 UTC||Cagliari|
|2018 August 16th, 22:00:59 UTC||Gijon|
|2018 August 9th, 18:00:44 UTC||Bilbao Anchor|
|2018 August 4th, 12:00:23 UTC||Bilbao Pst|
|2018 July 25th, 22:00:47 UTC||Glasgow|
|2018 July 18th, 23:00:39 UTC||Gdansk|
|2018 July 6th, 14:00:46 UTC||Szczecin||
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I had noticed that she had been sold before completion, but I hadn't a clue why...
Many thanks for the information! :-)
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If my notes are correct then #1905 was ordered by M. Veeder, keel laid in 1998. The contract was cancelled in 2000 (by the time the hull had been finished and launched). The reason was the 1999 NATO bombing of Yugoslavia during/after which the Danube was blocked by debris from destroyed bridges - this made deliveries of new ships from Komarno impossible.
The ship was then finished as [b]Marne[/b] for E. Strahlmann in 2005. Note she has the tall Leda-type superstructure but no gears.
Several other ships "enjoyed" similar distressful fate.
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