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BBC SEALAND - IMO 9051741

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Photographer:
Andreas Spörri [ View profile ]
Captured:
May 30, 2003
Added:
Oct 25, 2010
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Image Resolution:
1,280 x 852

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BBC Sealand am 30.05.03 in Rotterdam

Baujahr: 1993
Bauwerft, Nummer: Sietas, Hamburg Neuenfelde 1047
ex-Namen: Wiebke, Steinkirchen, Atlantic Trader
Länge: 107.43m
Breite: 19.9m
Tragfähigkeit: 8200 Tonnen
Vermessung: 5782 GT
Flagge: Antigua und Barbuda
Heimathafen: Emden

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Current name:
HAN DE

Former name(s):

 -  Victoria Scan (Until 2010 Mar 26)

 -  Oxl Victory (Until 2009 Mar)

 -  Bbc Sealand (Until 2007 Feb 12)

 -  Regine (Until 2001 Mar)

 -  Steinkirchen (Until 2001 Feb 09)

 -  Wiebke (Until 2000 Oct)

Current flag:
Hong Kong (China)
Home port:
Hong Kong
Vessel Type:
General Cargo
Gross tonnage:
5,782 tons
Summer DWT:
8,115 tons
Draught:
7.3 m

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General cargo ships built 1990-1999 (Over 3000gt) - 38 photos

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simonwp

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molloy

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Marie-Anne

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Mick Warrick

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bulker

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Dinie en Jan

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Adi Man

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jopie

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Henk Guddee

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vascarch

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specter

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juandofer

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Emmanuel.L

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senba

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Pak Agen

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Cool !

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person
Hi Denis, as a "present" from a man who like heavylift-vessels as much as you seem to do:
http://s567.photobucket.com/user/Norship/media/Norsk/Belship/Belpamela-01.jpg.html

Enjoy.

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person
Many more now. They were distinctive in the 70s-80s & earlier. In the 90s & onwards they all look the same now with cranes at one side. A lot of them are called multipurpose vessels, the ones with cranes like 250t - 1000t each are true heavlifters.

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person
I guess a Heavy-Lift ship is fairly specialised therefore I wonder how many there are out there on the high seas ?

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