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CMA CGM Marco Polo – maiden call Bremerhaven, December 14th, 2012.

CMA CGM Marco Polo – the largest container vessel ever built – is arriving in Bremerhaven during her maiden voyage on December 14th, 2012.
Built: 2012 @ Daewoo Shipyard, Okpo – South Korea | IMO No.: 9454436 | Gross tonnage: 175,343 | Flag / Port of registry: United Kingdom / London | Flag: United Kingdom | Container capacity: 16,020 TEU | Length overall: 396.00 m | Max Draft: 16.028 m | Breadth: 53.60 m | Main engine power: 80,080 kW | Max Speed: 24.1 knots

CMA CGM Marco Polo

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CMA-CGM-Marco-Polo panoramaCMA CGM Marco Polo – the largest container vessel ever built – is arriving in Bremerhaven during her maiden voyage on December 14th, 2012.
Built: 2012 @ Daewoo Shipyard, Okpo – South Korea | IMO No.: 9454436 | Gross tonnage: 175,343 | Flag / Port of registry: United Kingdom / London | Flag: United Kingdom | Container capacity: 16,020 TEU | Length overall: 396.00 m | Max Draft: 16.028 m | Breadth: 53.60 m | Main engine power: 80,080 kW | Max Speed: 24.1 knots

MSC Daniela – first call to Bremerhaven, April 07th, 2010

On April 07th, 2010 Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) sent the MSC Daniela to Bremerhaven for the very first time.

Technical data: Delivered: 12/2008 | IMO No.: 9399002 | Gross tonnage: 151,559 | DWT: 155,438 tons| Length overall: 366.0 m | Breadth 51.29 m | max Draft: 15.60 m | Flag: Panama | Container capacity: 13,798 TEU | Owner: Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC) | Main Engine: MAN B&W with 72,240 kW | Speed: 23.5 kts | Shipyard: Samsung, Koje Island, Korea

Edit: all information is related to the time when the pictures were taken

MSC Daniela – first call to Antwerp, May 27th, 2009

MSC Daniela – MSC’s biggest type of containervessels. She and her sisters are the second biggest containervessels in the world. Maersk’s E-type is still a little bit bigger.
All pictures were taken at the river Scheldt on May 27th, 2009 during her very first call to Antwerp.
Delivered: 12/2008 | IMO No.: 9399002 | Gross tonnage: 151,559 | DWT: 155,438 tons | Length overall: 366.0 m | Breadth 51.29 m | max Draft: 15.60 m | Flag: Panama | Container capacity: 13,798  TEU | Owner: Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC) | Main Engine: MAN B&W with 72,240 kW  | Speed: 23.5 kts | Shipyard: Samsung, Koje Island, Korea

Edit: all information is related to the time when the pictures were taken

Disney Dream in Bremerhaven – November/December 2010

Meyerwerft’s latest cruise vessel Disney Dream is arriving in Bremerhaven in the evening of November 30th, 2010.

Technical data:
IMO No.: 9434254 | Year of Build: 2010 | ex Names: none | Gross tonnage: 128,000 | Length overall (m): 339.55 | Maximum breadth (m): 36.88 | Maximum draught (m): 7.93 | Shipyard: Jos. L. Meyer Werft, Papenburg, Germany | Yard / Hull number: 687 | Maximum Speed (kn): 24 | Maximum passenger capacity: 4,000 | Crew capacity: 1,453 | Homeport / Flag: Nassau / Bahamas | owner/operator: Disney Cruise Line

 

MSC Magnifica – maiden call to Hamburg on March 05th, 2010

Technical data MSC Magnifica:
IMO No.: 9387085 | ex Names: none | Gross tonnage: 95,128 | Length overall: 253.33 m | Breadth: 32.20 m | Draught: 7.30 m | Passenger capacity: 3,013 | Year of Build / Yard: 2010 / STX France SA, St. Nazaire, France | Homeport / Flag: Panama / Panama | Engine Power: 58,000 kW | Speed: 23.0 knots