Archiv für November, 2013

‚Santa Placida‘

Posted in cargovessels on November 29, 2013 by Max Mueller

Santa Placida (MM-180813-1) Kopie

„Santa Placida“ _ IMO 9326794 _ 54,809gt _ Singapore (18-08-13)

German managed panmax vessel is leaving Singapore for Brisbane.

‚Ping May‘

Posted in cargovessels on November 23, 2013 by Max Mueller

Ping May klein Kopie

„Ping May“ _ IMO 9469649 _ 91,385gt _ Rotterdam (13-11-13)

Capesize bulker „Ping May“ @ Emo berth 1.

‚Dublin Express‘

Posted in cargovessels on November 19, 2013 by Max Mueller

Dublin Express (MM-131113-1) Kopie

„Dublin Express“ _ IMO 9232577 _ 46,009gt _ Rozenburg (13-11-13)

Panmax vessel „Dublin Express“ is seen inbound on the Nieuwe Waterweg from Caucedo.

‚Edmy‘

Posted in cargovessels on November 17, 2013 by Max Mueller

Edmy (MM-131113-1) Kopie

On wednesday, nov 13th 2013 the general cargoship „Edmy“ is seen under tow of „Multratug 4“ assisted by „Texelbank“ inbound for the Van Brink Shiprepair in Rotterdam Pernis. The night before „Edmy“ suffered an engine fire which has been managed under control by the crew in the Zeeland area on way from Antwerp to Lillesand.

‚Berge Neblina‘

Posted in cargovessels on November 16, 2013 by Max Mueller

Berge Neblina (MM-131113-1) Kopie Berge Neblina (MM-131113-2) Kopie

„Berge Neblina“ _ IMO 9447562 _ 195,199gt _ Rotterdam (13-11-13)

EMO is about to finish the last moves in the front hold of the 388,000tdw Valemax. „Berge Neblina“ completed its maiden call hours later departing for Ponta de Madeira.

‚Yamuna‘

Posted in cargovessels on November 9, 2013 by Max Mueller

Yamuna (MM-160813-1) Kopie

„Yamuna“ _ IMO 9360556 _ 8,971gt _ Singapore (16-08-13)

„Yamuna“ is a Chinese built and a Reederei Winter of Germany managed feedervessel serving between India and Singapore. It is the former „Beluga Mobilisation“.

‚Maersk Antwerp‘

Posted in cargovessels on November 4, 2013 by Max Mueller

Maersk Antwerp (MM-130912-1) Kopie

„Maersk Antwerp“ _ IMO 9175781 _ 14,063gt _ Istanbul (13-09-12)

1999 built „Antwerp“ is seen as „Maersk Antwerp“ bound for the Sea of Marmara.