Archiv für Juni, 2011

‚Bw Lena‘

Posted in cargovessels on Juni 30, 2011 by Max Mueller

„Bw Lena“ _ IMO 9324318 _ 43797gt _ Rotterdam (26-06-11)

The Singapore managed products tanker is moored at the bollards in the Calandkanaal. Next port of call is Pembroke.


‚Falcon Traveller‘

Posted in cargovessels on Juni 29, 2011 by Max Mueller

„Falcon Traveller“ _ IMO 9070424 _ 15880gt _ Rotterdam (26-06-11)

The dutch cranebulker is spotted off Hoek van Holland in the entrance of the Nieuwe Waterweg. „Falcon Traveller“ is on voyage from Savannah bound for Dordrecht.

‚Cscl Jupiter‘ – maiden arrival at Rotterdam Europoort

Posted in cargovessels on Juni 28, 2011 by Max Mueller

„Cscl Jupiter“ _ IMO 9467263 _ 150853gt _ Rotterdam (26-06-11)

China Shipping Line’s 3rd megaliner is seen at the ECT. It is the first call of  „Cscl Jupiter“ at Rotterdam. Next port of call in the AEX7 service will be Hamburg.

‚Zim Djibouti‘

Posted in cargovessels on Juni 27, 2011 by Max Mueller

„Zim Djibouti“ _ IMO 9398436 _ 114044gt _ Rotterdam (26-06-11)

The Hyundai Samho built boxcarrier „Zim Djibouti“ is moored at the Europoort Container Terminal. The Israeli managed vessel is trading in the CES 2 service by Evergreen.


Posted in cargovessels on Juni 25, 2011 by Max Mueller

„Durrington“ _ IMO 8000836 _ 7788gt _ Terneuzen (08-06-11)

„Durrington“ is a 1981 built and UK managed bulker, pictured discharging coal at Terneuzen.

‚African Eagle‘

Posted in cargovessels on Juni 24, 2011 by Max Mueller

„African Eagle“ _ IMO 9257046 _ 17944gt _ Terneuzen (08-06-11)

The 2003blt handymax bulker „African Eagle“ is arriving at Terneuzen. Local tugboats „Multratug 11“ and „Multratug 17“ assisted the vessel into the lock first, then in the Ghent channel to its berth.

‚Al Rawdah‘ ran aground in strait of Singapore

Posted in cargovessels on Juni 21, 2011 by Max Mueller

„Al Rawdah“ _ IMO 9349564 _ 75579gt _ Cuxhaven (16-03-10)

Filephoto of the „Al Rawhdah“ outbound river Elbe. On the night of the 19th June, the Marshall flag registered UASC boxcarrier „Al Rawdah“ ran aground on a reef in Indonesian waters. The vessel was underway from Port Kelang to China.

Find more information in the newsclipping no. 172 by Piet Sinke.