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Photographer:Kenneth Karsten [View profile]Title:CAPE MATHILDEAdded:Apr 18, 2019
Captured:April 18, 2019IMO:9409120Hits:2,860
Location:Teesport, United Kingdom
Photo Category: Casualties
Description:
Cape Mathilde in Teesport 18.4.2019, being involved in an accident during her stay.
Vessel Identification
Name:Cape Mathilde
IMO:9409120
Flag:Panama
MMSI:352665000
Callsign:HOVQ
Technical Data
Vessel type:Bulk Carrier
Gross tonnage:92,250 tons
Summer DWT:178,831 tons
Length:292 m
Beam:45 m
Draught:17.3 m

Additional Information
Class society:Nippon Kaiji Kyokai
Build year:2010
AIS Information
Last known position:
34°10’32.22” S, 17°18’53.34” E
Status:Underway
Speed, course (heading):
14.2kts, 285° (285°)
Destination:
Location:Egpsd
Arrival:16th Jul 2019
18:00:09 UTC
Last update:
14 days 18 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 August 31st, 18:00:01 UTCCn Zyg
2018 July 19th, 20:00:39 UTCSg Sin
2018 July 15th, 14:30:32 UTCSg Pebgb
2018 February 2nd, 07:00:17 UTCNlijm
2018 February 2nd, 06:00:23 UTCNonvk
2017 December 19th, 16:00:24 UTCFrfzs
2017 November 17th, 18:00:26 UTCCapca
2017 November 5th, 20:00:26 UTCNlijm
2017 November 1st, 04:00:50 UTCGbptb
2017 October 7th, 19:00:47 UTCBrpma
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Photo Comments (4)

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Kenneth Karsten on Apr 20, 2019 08:02 (5 months ago)
Many thanks for your comment, Tony!
Regards, Kenneth
tony on Apr 19, 2019 19:10 (5 months ago)
Kenneth, vessel presently being unloaded of what ever they spent the last week loading presumably to give her a greater freeboard to allow it to travel to a suitable repair position.Great shot especially the other vessels anchor in the gap.The rumor here on Teesside is that the offending vessel had steerage/rudder problems which were not revealed to the authorities prior to entering the port.
Kenneth Karsten on Apr 18, 2019 19:30 (5 months ago)
I guess she for some reason came in contact with the bulker "Gulnak".
Patrick Hill on Apr 18, 2019 19:22 (5 months ago)
Ouch. Wonder what hit her?
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