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Photographer:Gerda & Frederik Plets [View profile]Title:BREMER REEDERAdded:Jun 10, 2009
Photo Category: General cargo ships built 2000-2010 (Under 3000gt)
Bremer Reeder (Gibraltar)
IMO: 9196199
Call sign: ZDGE6
G.T.: 2868
LxBxDr: 89,25 x 13,30 x 5,67m
Capacity: 5805m Bales, 181 TEU
Speed: 12,00 kn
Flag: Gibraltar
Built: 2000 - Yard: Scheepswerf Peters B.V., No.:465 / Kampen - The Netherlands
Ex-Names: Polar Sea (00-04)

Seacanal Brussels-Scheldt, discharging cargo at quay Kemira in Willebroek (Belgium) 02/06/2009
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(To the photoadministators; We now that this is only a sternview)
Vessel Identification
Name:Fri Porsgrunn
Former name(s):
- Bremer Reeder (Until 2010 Aug)
- Polar Sea (Until 2004 Mar)
Technical Data
Vessel type:General Cargo
Gross tonnage:2,868 tons
Summer DWT:3,780 tons
Length:89 m
Beam:13 m
Draught:4.2 m

Additional Information
Class society:Germanischer Lloyd
Build year:2000
AIS Information
Last known position:
54°18’24.58” N, 6°58’48.25” E
Speed, course (heading):
11.5kts, 288° (287°)
Location:Leith Via Nok
Arrival:27th Mar 2017
22:00:48 UTC
Last update:
55 minutes 37 seconds ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2017 March 27th, 22:00:48 UTCLeith Via Nok
2017 March 23rd, 12:00:34 UTCRostock
2017 March 22nd, 03:00:40 UTCAalborg
2017 March 18th, 07:00:44 UTCKoldind
2017 March 11th, 06:00:23 UTCSt. Petersburg
2017 March 6th, 18:00:40 UTCWismar
2017 February 25th, 08:00:12 UTCBelfast
2017 February 21st, 23:00:33 UTCSouthampton
2017 February 19th, 02:00:16 UTCGhent
2017 February 16th, 08:00:21 UTCFowey
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Photo Comments (2)

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Gerda & Frederik Plets on Jun 30, 2009 08:03 (7 years ago)
Hi Cornelia
Our German is a disaster so we are glad that you can translate that for us. It's indeed a strange name bud wat's in a name h.
Gerda & Frederik :lol:
Cornelia Klier on Jun 29, 2009 21:24 (7 years ago)
Nice shoreside atmosphere and interesting name that ship has, not sure how much you do understand the German, but it means "shipowner from Bremen". Strange choice, but I do like unusual stuff :-)
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