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Photographer:John Jones [View profile]Title:MSC LUCIANAAdded:Apr 18, 2009
Photo Category: Containerships built 2001-2010
Arriving at Felixstowe 18th April 2009.

131,771 g.t. built in 2009 by Hyundai H.I.
11,660 TEU post-panamax container ship.
Owner: Validormas Enterprises Inc., Panama.
Manager: Mediterranean Shipping Co., Geneva.
Flag: Panama.
Vessel Identification
Name:Msc Luciana
Technical Data
Vessel type:Container Ship
Gross tonnage:131,771 tons
Summer DWT:138,377 tons
Length:363 m
Beam:46 m
Draught:8.9 m

Additional Information
Class society:Germanischer Lloyd
Build year:2009
AIS Information
Last known position:
37°42’41.9” N, 8°59’35.57” W
Speed, course (heading):
19.0kts, 215° (214°)
Arrival:22nd Jun 2017
20:00:59 UTC
Last update:
52 seconds ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2017 December 28th, 06:45:47 UTCAntwerp
2017 June 22nd, 20:00:59 UTCSines
2017 June 16th, 05:30:51 UTCBrest
2017 June 12th, 22:00:21 UTCSteenbank-anr
2017 June 10th, 12:00:18 UTCHamburg
2017 June 7th, 13:00:27 UTCFelixstowe
2017 June 2nd, 06:00:36 UTCBarcelona
2017 May 30th, 06:30:15 UTCPiraeus
2017 May 2nd, 20:30:08 UTCEgsuz
2017 April 26th, 11:00:46 UTCSines
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Photo Comments (2)

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John Jones on Apr 18, 2009 21:05 (8 years ago)
Well... I was expecting her at 09.00. I arrived at 07.00 to be safe. Could have had a lay-in as she didn't appear till after the sun had gone against me in the afternoon! Ho hum.

John J.
Patalavaca on Apr 18, 2009 21:00 (8 years ago)
ahh, I see you did make it to Felixstowe after all - thought you meant you were held up on route to...not on the return leg. Not a complete waste of a day then ! As always, angle of sunlight is the problem at Winkelstowe. Regards, Rick
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