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Photographer:lappino [View profile]Title:MSC MINAAdded:Jun 12, 2019
Captured:June 12, 2019IMO:9839260Hits:1,065
Location:Okpo, Korea (South)
Photo Category: Ships under Construction
Fitting out at Daewoo shipyard.
Vessel Identification
Technical Data
Vessel type:-
Length:400 m
Beam:61 m
Draught:14.4 m

Additional Information
AIS Information
Last known position:
53°35’10.07” N, 4°48’20.68” E
Speed, course (heading):
16.3kts, 22° (19°)
Arrival:9th Sep 2019
14:00:29 UTC
Last update:
6 days 19 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2017 May 21st, 10:00:01 UTCJp Mkx
2017 May 1st, 02:00:59 UTCAu Ntl
2017 April 9th, 06:00:29 UTCJp Tbn
2017 March 21st, 07:00:22 UTCCa Rtb
2017 March 20th, 06:00:06 UTCCa Rtb
2017 March 17th, 19:30:30 UTCCa Van
2017 March 5th, 06:00:32 UTCCa Vic
2017 March 5th, 06:00:25 UTCCa Rtb Via Ca Vic
2017 February 12th, 08:00:32 UTCJp Tbn
2017 January 24th, 11:30:40 UTCAu Ntl
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Phil English on Jun 13, 2019 15:53 (3 months ago)
The largest container ships scrapped to date have been in the 6000-7000 TEU class. Most recent scrapping has centred around "old panamax" beam vessels of 3500-5000 TEU, including some relatively modern ships of 10-12 years old. No one is scrapping "big" vessels of 10,000 TEU+
lappino on Jun 13, 2019 14:59 (3 months ago)
Well, it's been 12 years since the introduction of ultra-large container vessels of this "twin superstructure" type (even as Maersk "E" class were there before, as far as the capacity is concerned), and this trend does not show signs of stopping. Expect new ships of this size for HMM and Hapag Lloyd, for instance. Scrubbers and LNG fuel are all the rage now, and woe to older and smaller ships which are bound to disappear just like single hull tankers...


MattyBoy on Jun 13, 2019 10:21 (3 months ago)
Just hope these big vessels don't go the same way as the Airbus A380. After 12 years they are now dismantling them it seems.
lappino on Jun 13, 2019 06:00 (3 months ago)
Yes, it shows that they share the common design office. Samsung vessels for MSC have different appearance due to different main accommodation / bridge design.


Michael Schindler on Jun 13, 2019 05:06 (3 months ago)
Bigger indeed, but with distinct design similarities around the superstructure.
MattyBoy on Jun 12, 2019 21:42 (3 months ago)
Wow - big ! But bigger than those Triple E's?
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