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Photographer:Tomislav Raymondi [View profile]Title:KN FutureAdded:Jan 12, 2018
Captured:July 30, 2016IMO:9558270Hits:434
Location:San Antonio, Chile
Photo Category: Bulkers built 2011-2020
Description:
At the Port of San Antonio, Chile.

July 29, 2016

IMO Nº: 9558270

Class: NK
Class Notation: NS*(CSR, BC-A, BC-XII, GRAB 20, PSPC-WBT)(ESP)(IWS)(PSCM) MNS*(M0)
Strengthened for heavy cargo loading where hold nos. 2 & 4 may be empty CHG, MPP, LSA, RCF, M0, AFS The ship has complied with the requirements of Chapter II - 1, Part E of SOLAS, Periodically unattended machinery spaces (UMS).

Radio Installations :

GMDSS A1+A2+A3
Navigation Equipment :
MC, GYRO, HCS, ECDIS, GPS, RDX, RDS, ARPA, AIS, VDR, LOG, ES, STGTEL, DSL, LRIT, BNWAS


Type of ship: Bulk Carrier
Call Sign: S6EL6

Flag: Singapore
Port of Register: Singapore
Ship’s Owners and Managers: Kumiai Navigation Pte., Ltd.
Beneficial Owners: Kumiai Senpaku Co., Ltd.

DWT: 57.999
GRT: 32.376 NRT: 19.444

LOA: 189,99 Mts. Lpp: 185,60 Mts. B: 32,26 Mts. D: 18,00 Mts.
Freeboard: 5.225,00 mm. Draught: 12,83 Mts.

No. & Kind of Engines : 1D : 2 SA 6 CY
Bore x Stroke (mm) : 500.0 x 2,000.0
Power (kW) : 8,400
Revolution (rpm) : 113.0
Manufacturer : Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. Tamano Works


Shipbuilder : Tsuneishi Heavy Industries (Cebu), Inc.
Hull No. : 175
Date of Keel Lay : 12 Nov 2010
Date of Launch : 30 Jun 2013
Date of Build : 22 Oct 2013
Vessel Identification
Name:Kn Future
IMO:9558270
Flag:Singapore
MMSI:563509000
Callsign:S6EL6
Technical Data
Vessel type:Bulk Carrier
Gross tonnage:32,376 tons
Summer DWT:57,999 tons
Length:190 m
Beam:32 m
Draught:6.7 m

Additional Information
Class society:Nippon Kaiji Kyokai
Build year:2013
AIS Information
Last known position:
22°30’48.89” N, 122°8’17.9” E
Status:Underway
Speed, course (heading):
10.9kts, 190° (189°)
Destination:
Location:Id Sri
Arrival:25th Jan 2018
23:00:56 UTC
Last update:
1 day 22 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 January 25th, 23:00:56 UTCId Sri
2017 November 3rd, 04:00:56 UTCBunati Indonesia
2017 November 3rd, 04:00:25 UTCMachong China
2017 October 13th, 07:30:35 UTCSingapore Pebgb
2017 August 14th, 07:00:27 UTCHeroya,norway
2017 August 8th, 06:00:57 UTCAnchorage
2017 August 8th, 06:00:25 UTCRiga Russia
2017 July 31st, 17:00:55 UTCBrake Germany
2017 May 13th, 12:00:48 UTCQuebec Canada
2017 May 1st, 15:00:36 UTCGibraltar Uk
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Photo Comments (6)

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Tomislav Raymondi on Jan 13, 2018 15:21 (9 days ago)
Hello Juan Carlos

According to information this port will be located at Llo Lleo and the project is under feasibility analysis for the moment.

Regards

Tomi.
Tomislav Raymondi on Jan 13, 2018 15:18 (9 days ago)
yes Husni and here you have a ship fully loaded with coal from Indopnesia I do not remenber the loading port, this bulker is at the port of Tocopilla in the mid 90's

http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=2754161

Regards

Tomi.
husni ibrahim nasution on Jan 13, 2018 12:42 (9 days ago)
Thanks for info.some Indonesian ships call Chile ports as i heard before
Juan Carlos C. on Jan 13, 2018 12:37 (9 days ago)
Hello Tomi
As you say, there is the Megapuerto project (PGE), but it is not yet defined by the authorities, if San Antonio presented the project to the government of what the port would be like and the location, anyway san antonio it takes the lead in infraestructure compared to Valparaiso, and in these areas there is still no sign of a rapid expansion of TCVAL, a pity.
Rgds Juan Carlos..
Tomislav Raymondi on Jan 13, 2018 01:21 (9 days ago)
Yes Husni, San Antonio is one of the busiest ports in Chile, soon the building of a mega port will be initiated which will be used for all the cargoes proceeding from ports situated at the Pacific Ocean with destination to Argentinean, Brazilean, Uruguayan and Paraguayan ports.

Regards

Tomi.
husni ibrahim nasution on Jan 12, 2018 20:03 (10 days ago)
Very interesting port situation as always
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