YANGTZE HARMONY - IMO 9318917
|Photographer:||Patalavaca [View profile]||Title:||YANGTZE HARMONY||Added:||Jan 02, 2018|
|Captured:||November 20, 2017||IMO:||9318917||Hits:||1,061|
|Location:||Las Palmas, Canary Islands|
|20/11/2017, arriving to anchor for bunkers at Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain.
Built to a well known European container ship design, the German "Peters 650".
Completed in July 2004 by Zhejiang Yangfan, Zhoushan, China (2014)
6,701 g.t., 8,238 dwt. & 672 teu, as:
'Pandora' to 2007'
'TS Yangshan' to 2008,
'Pandora' to 2013,
'Elly' to 2015,
'He Shun to 2017 and
'Yantze Harmony' since.
2017, converted into livestock carrier in a joint Sino/Australian venture by Dalian Shipbuilding Industry, Dalian, China
|Vessel type:||Container Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||6,701 tons|
|Summer DWT:||8,238 tons|
|Last known position:|
|1°21’0.86” N, 104°43’43.01” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|14.3kts, 106° (103°)|
|Arrival:||7th Nov 2018|
|9 days 11 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 November 7th, 18:00:57 UTC||Singapore|
|2018 June 21st, 05:00:23 UTC||Qingdao,china|
|2018 May 29th, 16:00:57 UTC||Fremantle,australia|
|2018 April 14th, 06:00:10 UTC||Qingdao China|
|2018 April 11th, 17:00:26 UTC||Qiangdao China|
|2018 February 7th, 10:00:36 UTC||Mersin|
|2017 December 22nd, 08:00:01 UTC||Sebastiao|
|2017 December 3rd, 04:02:17 UTC||Malta|
|2017 November 28th, 17:00:07 UTC||Port Said|
|2017 November 10th, 19:00:08 UTC||Cartagena||
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Thanks, Marc and Juan Carlos for your comments.
I agree, no windows for the passengers :-) and I note that the accomodation has been enhanced and 'squared off' at the stern.
She is not a contender for 'beauty of the year'..
I took a few more photos in an ALBUM .
Hi Rick nice picture and design, no windows anywhere.
Rgds from Valparaiso
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Remembering my at LEGO - I really like this shot! ;-) Thanks for posting, Patalavaca - Kind regards Marc
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