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Photographer:
Cornelia Klier [ View profile ]
Captured:
Feb 28, 2016
Photo Category:
Museum Ships
Added:
Mar 27, 2016
Views:
1,382
Image Resolution:
2,500 x 1,661

Description:

Stadersand, ship is on the way to shipyard in Bremerhaven

Vessel
particulars

Current name:
CAP SAN DIEGO

Former name(s):

 -  Sangria (Until 1986 Oct)

 -  San Diego (Until 1986)

 -  Cap San Diego (Until 1982)

Current flag:
Germany
Home port:
Hamburg
Vessel Type:
General Cargo
Gross tonnage:
9,998 tons
Summer DWT:
10,017 tons
Length:
159.4 m
Beam:
21.4 m
Draught:
6.5 m

AIS Position
of this ship

Last known position:
53°32’35.53” N, 9°58’34.26” E
Status:
Speed, course (heading):
0kts, 0.0° (300°)
Destination:
 - Location:
Hamburg
 - Arrival:
20th Sep 2024 / 20:00:45 UTC
Last update:
6 minutes ago
Source:
AIS (ShipXplorer)

Photo
Categories

This ship exists in the following categories:

Shipping - 5 photos

Ship Interior - 6 photos

Museum Ships - 376 photos

Ships under Repair or Conversion - 8 photos

Ship's engine rooms - 18 photos

Wheelhouse - 4 photos

Ship's Deck - 10 photos

Ships' Lifeboats and Tenders - 1 photos

General cargo ships built 1960-1969 (Over 3000gt) - 8 photos

Photographers
of this ship

(121)

Ken Smith

1 photos

Tim Becker

1 photos

Henry Garson

1 photos

simonwp

2 photos

rd77

1 photos

Frits Olinga

3 photos

Mikkel

2 photos

foggy

2 photos

Dick Gorter

1 photos

Helge Prange

1 photos

Joost Zaal

2 photos

Eero Isotalo

8 photos

Jan Ove

5 photos

Homer

1 photos

Ulf Kornfeld

2 photos

Malte Wulf

2 photos

Arne J

21 photos

Bernd U.

2 photos

Joerg Seyler

4 photos

bulker

1 photos

OceanAnsi

1 photos

nbocean

1 photos

Manfred

2 photos

Moolen

2 photos

Dulko

2 photos

Andreas Schr

1 photos

gode

1 photos

Max Buhl

5 photos

ventuari

4 photos

Sascha Heuer

7 photos

neilcook

1 photos

deichgraf

1 photos

Frank Schl

10 photos

Cpt_Iglo

1 photos

Olaf Kuhnke

8 photos

aegir

1 photos

Jens Boldt

31 photos

TomJones

1 photos

Allan5819

1 photos

jens smit

4 photos

Lutz Hohaus

1 photos

shipfriend

1 photos

Robbie Shaw

1 photos

ce

1 photos

Chris Howell

1 photos

Gunnar Ries

1 photos

J

3 photos

b47b56

1 photos

Rico Voss

2 photos

Klaus Kehrls

8 photos

LPX

8 photos

hanswesthoff

1 photos

Sascha Grimm

1 photos

OlliFoolish

1 photos

Marc Riedel

1 photos

Arki Wagner

1 photos

Siggi Meyer

1 photos

Axel aus Do

6 photos

h.m.koenig

2 photos

fabianv

3 photos

Magicpicture

1 photos

wernerrissen

1 photos

lappino

1 photos

Captain Lora

2 photos

Marc Pingoud

9 photos

Michi1997

5 photos

P

1 photos

Mariusz J.

1 photos

KPRonald

1 photos

PierreS

1 photos

echobow

6 photos

Marcus-S

6 photos

Paul Tunney

1 photos

The Orca

1 photos

Rolf Bridde

4 photos

WalAndPl

1 photos

tolli

1 photos

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Well done to the city of Hamburg for having the resolve and resources to preserve this ship amongst many others representative of their maritime history.
If only London had been so receptive, imagine the collection that might have been!

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@csaba: for mooring her to her permanent berth in Hamburg

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What are those platform like objects on her side close to the waterline?

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Cornelia, thanks lot for these three excellent photos of my favourite ship. They make me seriously consider
a second trip with her. BR Niels

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Clive thank you, it was a great event, to see this giant museum ship live in action on River Elbe :)

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Fabulous photograph, beautiful ship. Perfect!

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Thank you Denis, it was indeed a special happening. The ship departing from Hamburg to Bremerhaven for going to shipyard and it was one of a really good evening with sunset and perfect light for taking photos.

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Marvelous photo, Cornelia! The sky, the ship...

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