Monday, January 10, 2011

And a Blue One from the Same Builders

Hyundai Mipo were also the builders for Acor, a Maltese flagged tanker, that came in for bunkers this afternoon, and anchored i nthe same spot as her shabbier yard mate Alpine Loyalty -see below. A slightly smaller ship of 23, 298 gross, 37,900 deadweight it was built in 2007. Her paint job seems to have held up well for three years of service.

Owners are the 33 ship GEDEN Lines of Turkey. (GEDEN stands for Genel Denizcilik Nakliyati AS or General Marine Transportation Co.)

The ship is also ice class and is one of seven of that type in the GEDEN fleet, which also has large crude oil tankers, among others.

Acor awaits the bunkering tanker Algoma Dartmouth, which is refueling the bulk carrier Alice Odendorff in the Basin. See Armchair Captain for a shot of Alice.
The ship was in Montreal December 12, Baltimore December 25 and most recent position on January 9 was southwestbound off Cape Race.

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