NYK HELIOS - IMO 9622588
|Vessel type:||Container Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||141,003 tons|
|Summer DWT:||144,342 tons|
|Last known position:|
|36°21’4.75” N, 14°30’13.48” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|18.4kts, 107° (108°)|
|Arrival:||20th Jul 2016|
|12 days 13 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2016 April 11th, 14:30:24 UTC||Anchorage|
|2016 April 10th, 22:40:21 UTC||Kaohsiung|
|2016 April 8th, 12:00:25 UTC||Xiamen|
|2016 March 13th, 19:00:19 UTC||Suez Canal|
|2016 March 1st, 09:30:33 UTC||Rotterdam|
|2016 February 28th, 16:00:22 UTC||Hamburg|
|2016 February 26th, 14:00:18 UTC||Antwerp|
|2016 February 23rd, 23:45:48 UTC||Southampton|
|2016 February 15th, 20:00:18 UTC||Suez Canal|
|2016 February 2nd, 11:30:17 UTC||Singapore Ebga||
© Hannes van Rijn
© pieter melissen
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My dads the captain of this ship! I visited it in Southampton port a few weeks ago! |
Many thanks for all your nice comments |
Once again, a very nice photo of this ship, especially in the sun. Photos of the ship inbound, outbound, at other ports - so we can all look forward to :-I OF COURSE on weekends the weather is getting worse, it is always like that ! :/ |
Dave, such opportunities are an exception (even for me). I'm on holiday...
And the sun... well... we had spring on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, but winter will be back with snow and subzero temperatures on the weekend...
Shame on you Jens: I sure wish I had your options. And what is this thing called sun. I no not what it is. |
Thank you very much Jens, I think for you it was the right decision because with the exception of these two giants, the river was empty.
See you next time may be
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Very, very nice, Rico!
... but what a pity... I was thinking of going to Rüschpark today to take some more photos of NYK Helios and MSC Fiammetta. But as I got them both inbound I decided against it and enjoyed the sun in the city. Well, next time may be...
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