SHELF EXPRESS – 1986 – IMO 8521531

Copyright Benny Elbæk Dahl – Photo date: 15.08.2012.

IDNo: 8521531 – Year: 1986 – Name: SHELF EXPRESS – Keel: 25.3.86 – Type: Offshore Supply – Launch Date: 28.8.86 – Flag: NLD – Date of completion: 29.11.86 – GRT: 1423 – DWT: 1494 – Yard No: 4454 – Length overall: 61.3 – LPP: 56.1 – Country of build: NLD – Beam: 14.3 – Builder: Damen Bergum of Bergum.

Machinery Overview: 2 oil engines with flexible couplings & single reduction geared to screw shafts driving 2 CP propellers – Total Power: Mcr 3,162kW (4,300hp) – Max. Speed: 11.00kts, Service Speed: 13.00kts-

Prime Mover Detail: Design: Deutz, Engine Builder: Kloeckner-Humboldt-Deutz AG – West Germany – 2 x SBV8M628, 4 Stroke, Single Acting, In-Line (Vertical) – 8 Cy. 240 x 280, Mcr: 1,581 kW (2,150 hp) at 1,000 rpm.

Subsequent History: 6.12 (Denmark DIS) – 8.13 In Service/Commission – TBUX

CMA CGM CASSIOPEIA – 2011 – IMO 9410765

 

CMA CGM CASSIOPEIA on the 3rd July 2012 River Elbe
Photos:Thomas Seering

Container Ship CMA CGM CASSIOPEIA – Flag:United Kingdom/London.Call Sign:2CRJ3
Built by Hyundai Heavy Industries, Ulsan, South Korea, Yard-No.1995
131332 GT, 128550 dwt, 11356 TEU – 348 x 45.6 x 29.74m – Draught 15.5m
Engine:Hyundai Heavy Industries(MAN B&W), 72240 kW, 24.7 kn
Launched:17-07-2009.Date of completion:28-04-2011
Registered owner:Alize 1995 , Care of CMA CGM SA (The French Line), Marseille, France.
Manager:CMA CGM SA The French Line, Marseille, France.

Steamship Voyages 1920’s – SS HADERSLEV – Part 6

HADERSLEV

© DANISH MARITIME MUSEUM – SS HADERSLEV

 SS HADERSLEV

A young officer sailing in the Caribbean, popularly known among Danish seamen as the “Rum & Coke Trade”.

Santo Domingo approach.

Santo Domingo.

Hispanolia.

Hispanolia.

Approaches to Media Luna, Cuba.

Approaches to Santiago de Cuba.

Santiago de Cuba.

Santiago de Cuba.

Return to PART 5: http://7seasvessels.com/?p=103697

Return to the beginning – PART 1: http://7seasvessels.com/?p=103220

For photos of this vessel’s final end, please see: http://7seasvessels.com/?p=104135

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