General information

IMO:
9472153
MMSI:
477764600
Callsign:
VRIV3
Width:
48.0 m
Length:
366.0 m
Deadweight:
Gross tonnage:
TEU:
Liquid Capacity:
Year of build:
Class:
AIS type:
Other Ship
Ship type:
Flag:
Hong Kong
Builder:
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Operator:
Insurer:

Course/Position

Position:
Navigational status:
Moving
Course:
177.4° / 0.0
Heading:
181.0° / 0.0
Speed:
Max speed:
Status:
moving
Area:
NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN
Last seen:
2022-05-18
5 hours ago
 
Source:
T-AIS
Destination:
ETA:
Summer draft:
Current draft:
Last update:
1 day ago 
Source:
T-AIS
Calculated ETA:

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Latest ports

Port
Arrival
Departure
Duration
2022-05-14
2022-05-16
1d 7h 3m
2022-05-10
2022-05-12
1d 22h 9m
2022-04-25
2022-04-27
2d 8h 54m
2022-04-11
2022-04-12
1d 4h 41m
2022-03-24
2022-03-25
1d 15m
2022-03-21
2022-03-22
16h 55m
2022-03-20
2022-03-21
21h 14m
2022-03-17
2022-03-18
19h 16m
2022-03-12
2022-03-13
15h 12m
2022-03-10
2022-03-11
22h 14m
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest Waypoints

Waypoints
Time
Direction
Dover
2022-05-16
Enter
Calais
2022-05-16
Enter
Zeebrugge Breakwaters
2022-05-16
Leave
Zeebrugge Breakwaters
2022-05-14
Enter
Den Helder
2022-05-13
Leave
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest news

Mega container ship disabled in English Canal

Wed Jun 28 17:13:44 UTC 2017 Timsen

The "Cosco Pride" suffered engine failure on June 27. 2017, around midnight in the English Canal while en route from Felixstowe, where it had sailed at 12.30 p.m., to Southampton. The ship was brought to anchor in position 50 33N 000 05W, still remaining there in the evening of June 28. On June 29 the Belgian offshore tug "Smit Tiger" (IMO: 9454888) was on scene to assist the disabled ship to the Nab Anchorage off the Isle of Wight. The "Cosco Pride" dropped her Southampton call and berthed in Felixstowe CT Berth 8&9 on July 3 at 7 a.m. Video: http://www.shippingtv.co.uk/?p=4280

Small fire on aft ship of Cosco Pride off Brunsbuettel - extinguished by crew, no injuries

Sun Jul 13 09:15:00 UTC 2014 arnekiel

On a container ship a fire broke out early Sunday morning, July 13, 2014 in the Lower Elbe at Brunsbuttel erupted. Even before the arrival of Cuxhaven Seenotretter of the German Society for Sea Rescue (GMRS) the crew had already extinguished the fire. No one was injured and the ship continued its journey towards the open North Sea. In the early morning hours on the container vessel "Cosco Pride" in an open container on the aft ship the fire erupted. Eight specialists from the fire brigade Cuxhaven were taken on board the DGzRS rescue cruiser HERMANN HELMS and rushed to the distressed vessel to help. Even before the rescue crews arrived on site, however, the crew managed to bring the fire under control. In good wind and sea conditions HERMANN HELMS came alongside the 366-meter-long "Cosco Pride" and the firefighters and their equipment were tranfered on the ship, so that they could check whether the fire was extinguished. This was quickly clear so that the "Cosco Pride" could continue their journey towards open North Sea. Source: http://www.seenotretter.de/presse/pressemitteilungen-im-detail/article/feuer-auf-containerschiff-in-der-unterelbe.html

Whale meat to be sent back to Iceland, Samskip will no longer transport whale products

Fri Jul 12 08:24:00 UTC 2013 arnekiel

The Icelandic shipping company Samskip will no longer transport whale meat from Iceland to Europe. The whale meat that was left behind in Hamburg after being unloaded from COSCO Pride will be sent back to Iceland. The whale hunting has been going well since June but transporting the meat to its destination in Asia has been more difficult. Greenpeace members protested in Hamburg when a container ship arrived there with whale products from Iceland. The customs ordered that the shipment should be put ashore and examined. When a permit arrived to transport the shipment the ship had already sailed away. Another ship had to be found but then members of Greenpeace tied themselves to the ship. The minister of the environment in Germany also asked the harbour managers to ban all transportation of whale products through German harbours. The shipping company Evergreen Line has decided to return the whale products to Samskip and says that Samskip will transport the containers back to Iceland. Sources say that Samskip will no longer transport whale products from Iceland to Europe. http://www.newsoficeland.com/home/business-economics/private-sector/item/1902-the-whale-meat-will-be-sent-back-to-iceland

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