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MOL TRIUMPH - IMO 9769271

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Photographer:
lappino [ View profile ]
Captured:
Feb 11, 2017
Added:
Feb 17, 2017
Views:
3,083
Image Resolution:
4,000 x 2,246

Description:

Fitting out at Samsung shipyard on Geoje Island.

Vessel
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Current name:
ONE TRIUMPH

Former name(s):

 -  Mol Triumph (Until 2022 Jul)

Current flag:
Marshall Islands
Home port:
Majuro
Gross tonnage:
212,221 tons
Summer DWT:
196,155 tons
Length:
399.9 m
Beam:
58.8 m
Draught:
16 m

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of this ship

Last known position:
22°15’43.27” N, 114°28’17.58” E
Status:
Underway
Speed, course (heading):
16.3kts, 193.8° (192°)
Destination:
 - Location:
Cnytn
 - Arrival:
2nd Dec 2022 / 00:01:00 UTC
Last update:
about 21 hours ago
Source:
AIS (ShipXplorer)

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Containerships built 2011-2020 - 42 photos

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Super shot Vlad,
The accommodation is lower only 9 decks high compared to the 10 high CMA class that were built her, higher lashing bridges also help to make it look lower.
She will be able to load 10 high on the first three bays fwd of the bridge and 11 tiers high aft.
I do agree the enclosed accomodation design does look good on the new MSC's etc.

Cheers
Andrew

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person
Hi Vlad,

Enclosed bridge wings do indeed look good on picture. But, as voiced before on this site, as a seaman I'm not in favor of them and I prefer to sail with open bridge wings.

Oh and of course you have much better foto-oportunities with open bridge wings......

Cheers,
Roy

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Thanks, Roy.

I think that here she looks much less "advanced" than the rest of the new "super-carriers", with her old fashioned accommodation (as compared to fully enclosed bridges of the Triple Es Mk.1 & Mk.2, as well as the new MSC vessels)...

Cheers

Vlad

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person
Very nice Vlad, looks good.Her accommodation doesn't look that high, but maybe the angle of your picture, or the lashing bridges.
Cheers,
Roy

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