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    This boat seems to be underwater. Most likely an imaging error because it has a wake.


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    This could be the dredge 'TSHD James Cook'.

    Name: James Cook
    IMO number: 9020261
    Type: Trailing suction hopper dredger
    Owner: Jan de Nul
    Built by: Merwede Shipyard, Hardinxveld-Giessendam
    Year: 1992

    Total installed power: 14.000 kW
    Hopper capacity coaming: 11.870 m3
    Hopper capacity overflow: 11.750 m3
    Loading capacity: 17.000 ton
    Length o.a.: 143,0 m
    Length b.p.: 127,0 m
    Breadth: 25,5 m
    Draught: 9,2 m
    Speed: 15,2 kn
    Suction pipes: 2 x 1.100 mm
    Dredging depth normal: 45,0 m
    Dredging depth extended: 75,0 m

    Remarks:
    - Maximum dredging depth can be achieved by using an extended separate suction pipe of 900 mm.

    History:
    - Built for Jan de Nul under the name 'J.F.J. de Nul' in 1992.
    - Sold to Inai Kiara in Malaysia and renamed 'Inai Seroja' in 2003.
    - Sold back to Jan de Nul and renamed 'James Cook' in 2004.
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    Last edited by McMaster_de; 08-23-2007 at 08:53 PM.
    You search it, I will find it!

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