SUPER SERVANT 4 - IMO 8025343
|Vessel type:||Heavy Lift Vessel|
|Gross tonnage:||12,642 tons|
|Summer DWT:||14,112 tons|
|Last known position:|
|44°25’9.52” N, 8°46’34.77” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0kts, 272° (341°)|
|Arrival:||14th Jan 2018|
|47 seconds ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 January 14th, 07:00:07 UTC||Genoa|
|2018 January 11th, 17:00:03 UTC||Valletta|
|2018 January 8th, 19:00:05 UTC||Lavrion|
|2017 December 17th, 14:00:05 UTC||Port Everglades|
|2017 December 11th, 12:00:02 UTC||Le Marin|
|2017 November 23rd, 09:00:06 UTC||Genova|
|2017 November 20th, 05:30:43 UTC||Palma De Mallorca|
|2017 November 3rd, 16:00:47 UTC||Saint Thomas|
|2017 October 28th, 22:00:34 UTC||Port Everglades|
|2017 October 9th, 14:00:23 UTC||Palma De Mallorca||
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Calant, she was always float on float off, but now the value and vulnerability of the cargo is deemed to be high enough to construct these walls. There is a shot of her on the site showing her loaded with a yacht. |
Gents, just check a bit around on Google/ internet.
She is converted to carry expensive yachts float on, float off.
normally my target is 15 seconds |
Pieter,, you were 13 seconds quicker than me !!! bravo hehe :-)) |
ooops,, I'm sorry! only now I see.....
..... that are the "side walls".... a "side wall" on each side of the main deck :-))
These are side protection walls, like as if the ship is a drydock. |
For me it looks like an inland passenger vessel or accomodation barge.
It has windows, air conditioning and satellite link ...
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Wonderful shot & super photo, Netty!
What is that load on the main deck,, looks like a big steel "box" !?
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