KAPITAN YAKOVLEV - IMO 9077575
|Vessel type:||General Cargo|
|Gross tonnage:||4,998 tons|
|Summer DWT:||4,678 tons|
|Last known position:|
|60°9’14.93” N, 28°9’44.72” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|11.2kts, 284° (284°)|
|Arrival:||5th Aug 2020|
|12 seconds ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 December 28th, 14:40:17 UTC||St.petersburg|
|2018 September 11th, 11:00:20 UTC||Antwerpen|
|2018 September 2nd, 02:00:56 UTC||Saint-petersburg|
|2018 August 21st, 10:00:08 UTC||Antwerpen|
|2018 August 13th, 04:30:46 UTC||St. Petersburg|
|2018 August 4th, 07:00:55 UTC||Antwerpen|
|2018 July 30th, 07:00:05 UTC||Norrkoping|
|2018 July 19th, 06:00:37 UTC||S.petersburg|
|2018 July 11th, 06:00:13 UTC||Antwerpen|
|2018 June 28th, 04:30:22 UTC||Saint Petersburg||
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I've also noted that Russian Designed ships always seemed to have had extra accommodation over and above the normal quota. |
Well, think in the crew welfare |
Just think about it: cargo ship, 1/3 of the whole length is non-gargo part. |
Not Austria but Russia: Vyborgskiy Sudostroitelnyy Zavod at Viborg.
Project 15750, five vessels: Kapitan Lus, Kapitan Mironov, Kapitan Yakovlev, Kapitan Ryntsin and Kapitan Koroptev.
Maybe ugly, but a special design: ice strengthened for Arctic waters.
By the way, wasn´t she built in Austria (Korneuburg near Vienna)? |
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one of the most ugly ships built ever |
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