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Photo Details
Photographer:Pekka Laakso [View profile]Title:SPIEGELGRACHTAdded:Sep 17, 2007
Captured:IMO:9197911Hits:874
Photo Category: General cargo ships built 2000-2010 (Over 3000gt)
Description:
Arriving Kotka from Vila do Conde, Brazil with a cargo of china clay on 31/01/2005. IMO: 9197911 Call sign: PCEO
Vessel Identification
Name:Spiegelgracht
IMO:9197911
Flag:Netherlands
MMSI:245789000
Callsign:PCEO
Technical Data
Vessel type:General Cargo
Gross tonnage:16,641 tons
Summer DWT:21,402 tons
Length:168 m
Beam:25 m
Draught:6.9 m

Additional Information
Home port:Amsterdam
Class society:Lloyd's Shipping Register
Build year:2000
AIS Information
Last known position:
36°6’56.75” N, 5°21’27.17” W
Status:Anchored
Speed, course (heading):
0.1kts, 243° (125°)
Destination:
Location:Gemlik
Arrival:12th Mar 2017
07:00:50 UTC
Last update:
55 seconds ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2017 December 28th, 18:00:06 UTCGhent
2017 March 12th, 07:00:50 UTCGemlik
2017 March 2nd, 14:00:31 UTCPula
2017 February 27th, 11:00:23 UTCTaranto
2017 February 8th, 15:00:42 UTCJacksonville
2017 February 7th, 05:00:02 UTCUspef
2017 February 3rd, 06:00:44 UTCBaltimore
2017 February 3rd, 06:00:19 UTCBaltimore Via Nok
2017 January 19th, 13:40:24 UTCGdansk
2017 January 13th, 08:00:59 UTCHusum
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Photo Comments (2)

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Pekka Laakso on Aug 09, 2005 17:11 (11 years ago)
Thanks for compliment and greetings to Australia! I also think that picture succeed well, when also the sun started to shine just before when the vessel came closer. :-) But this S-type vessels are very rare in your waters, because they´re needed for Transatlantic trades for different forest industry companies.
Peter Karberg on Aug 08, 2005 14:07 (11 years ago)
Light, colour, the still water with the ice & of course the ship, all works well together. Great photo!
regards
Peter
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