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Photographer:lappino [View profile]Title:MOL TRIUMPHAdded:Jan 13, 2017
Captured:January 13, 2017IMO:9769271Hits:6,326
Photo Category: Ships Under Construction
First vessel in the new "20k+ TEU" 4-strong series from Samsung Heavy Industries in Korea, hull No. 2167.
Vessel Identification
Technical Data
Vessel type:-
Length:400 m
Beam:59 m
Draught:11.3 m

Additional Information
AIS Information
Last known position:
23°18’33.2” N, 117°30’41.24” E
Speed, course (heading):
16.7kts, 222° (221°)
Location:Cn Txg
Arrival:1st Jul 2018
21:00:34 UTC
Last update:
5 days 12 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 December 31st, 14:00:20 UTCCnsha
2018 July 1st, 21:00:34 UTCCn Txg
2018 June 26th, 22:00:16 UTCHk Hkg
2018 June 1st, 19:00:00 UTCEgsuz
2018 May 15th, 08:00:11 UTCDeham
2018 May 12th, 01:30:29 UTCGb Sou
2018 May 11th, 02:00:36 UTCFr Leh
2018 April 18th, 19:45:49 UTCSin Pebga
2018 March 28th, 02:00:02 UTCCn Hkg
2018 February 13th, 18:00:48 UTCNrrtm
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Photo Comments (5)

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Andrew McAlpine on Jan 14, 2017 08:12 (1 year ago)
Interesting shot, with that height of lashing bridge this class should easily be able to load 10 high on deck. The original series of triple E's can load 10 high on deck.

Tsarik Ruslan - on Jan 14, 2017 02:37 (1 year ago)
Hi Vlad!
Very interesting shot!
Please provide further info about this series upon available.
I worked 7 years in MOL and still have strong interest in their progress.

MO Roy on Jan 13, 2017 15:41 (1 year ago)
Thanks Vlad, I will check Jan's drawing, if I can find the link.
What I understood is the the new EEE's will be able to stack eleven high-cubes on deck.
lappino on Jan 13, 2017 14:29 (1 year ago)
Thanks, Roy.
Taller hull, taller lashing bridges... I've no idea about the stacking height, I think Jan has made the new Triple E drawings showing containers stacked 10 high on deck - and it already looked a lot! I expect MOL to be along those lines.


MO Roy on Jan 13, 2017 13:13 (1 year ago)
Great shot Vlad,
thanks for posting.
Also four high lashing bridges so a lor of air will displaced.
What do they say on their plan 11 or even 12 high stacking on deck?
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