Venta Mærsk

Venta Mærsk01 Venta Mærsk06 Venta Mærsk09Venta Mærsk is arriving in Bremerhaven on September 22nd, 2018 on her maiden voyage in stormy weather conditions.
She is the very first Mærsk vessel which successfully passed the Northern Sea Route on her way from Busan to Bremerhaven. The ice strengthened container vessel is purpose built to serve as a feeder vessel for Mærsk Line’s Baltic Sea loops and will join her service in Bremerhaven.
Built: 2018 | IMO No.: 9775763 | Gross tonnage: 34,882 | Flag: Denmark | Container capacity: 3,596 TEU

Magellan

Magellan04 Magellan08 Magellan11 Magellan16 Magellan19Cruise vessel Magellan is passing Stadersand bound for Hamburg on October 3rd, 2017.
Built: 1985 | IMO No.: 8217881 | Gross tonnage: 46,052 | Flag: Bahamas | Passenger capacity: 1,250

MOL Triumph

MOL Triumph00 MOL Triumph01 MOL Triumph06 MOL Triumph09 MOL Triumph11 MOL Triumph14 MOL Triumph15The so far biggest container vessel that has ever sailed in German waters – the MOL Triumph – is passing Cuxhaven on May 17th, 2017.
Built: 2017 | IMO No.: 9769271 | Gross tonnage: 210,678 | Flag: Marshall Islands | Container capacity: 20,170 TEU

Norwegian Joy

Norwegian Joy001 Norwegian Joy005 Norwegian Joy013 Norwegian Joy017 Norwegian Joy022Meyerwerft’s latest newbuilding Norwegian Joy is arriving in Bremerhaven in the early morning of April 27th, 2017.
The vessel is just returning from the sea trials and is due to be handed over to the new owner in Bremerhaven.
In the late evening the vessel was planned to sail straight to Shanghai via Gibraltar, where the vessel will be christened.
Norwegian Joy is purpose built for the Chinese cruise market.
Built: 2017 | IMO No.: 9697753 | Gross tonnage: 167,725 | Flag: Bahamas | Passenger capacity: 3,883

La Manche

La Manche05 La Manche09 La Manche1733 year old refrigerated cargo vessel La Manche is moored at Bremen Neustädter Hafen shed 21 on October 19th, 2016.
Built: 1983 | IMO No.: 8226739 | Gross tonnage: 13,506 | Flag: Vanuatu | Cargo capacity: 15,807 m³

Eugen Mærsk

Eugen Mærsk001 Eugen Mærsk008 Eugen Mærsk012 Eugen Mærsk016 Eugen Mærsk019 Eugen Mærsk022 Eugen Mærsk030The rebuilt Eugen Mærsk on her maiden voyage after being rebuilt to carry upto 16,810 TEU.
The picture is taken on the river Elbe between Brunsbüttel and Otterndorf.
Main changes which were carried out by a Chinese yard was a slow-steaming bulb, the raising of the deckhouse by about one deck, raised lashing bridges by one tier, and antiroll tanks.
Built/Rebuilt: 2008 @ Odense Shipyard (Odense/Denmark) / 2016 @ Qingdao Beihai Shipbuilding Heavy Industry (Qingdao/China) | IMO: 9321550 | Gross Tonnage: 171,542 | Flag: Denmark | Port of Registry: Randers | Container capacity: 16,810 TEU | Length: 397.70 m | Breadth: 56.40 m | Draft: 16.00 m | Speed: 27 kn | Owner: A.P. Möller

ocean ship pictures by Christian Costa