Ex Hansa Kampen
Rhodanus – © Frits Olinga (Zelzate (Belgium), 08/08/2006)
Steel single screw “Combi Porter 150”motor vessel built in 1998 by Ceskoslovenska Plavba Labska AS Decin,Czech Republic (Hull) Shipyard Peters, Kampen, Overijssel, Netherlands(Completion)(Yard No 458) as a General Cargo, Multi Purpose
- Length: 88.95 m (overall) 84.95 m (between perpendiculars)
Depth: 5.65 m
Draught: 4.35 m (max)
Tonnage: 2056 gross/1168 net/2953t deadweight
Engines: Oil, 4-stroke 8-cylinder Wartsila 8R20 single acting diesel
Power: 1320 kW/1795bHP
Speed: 10.5 knots
Capacity: Grain 4304 – Bale 4285 m³/116 TEU
Call Sign: PGBC, V2HD7
MMSI Number: 304462000
- IMO Number: 9173173
Port of Registry: Delfzil/The Netherlands, Tholen/The Netherlands, St Johns/Antigua & Barbuda
Sister Ships: Anet (471), Panda (472), Mare (469)
Please note that this vessels AIS transponder and position data may be over an hour old and that this specific vessels position will only be displayed when it is within range of the MarineTraffic AIS system. The AIS transponder/ship position data featured on this page is intended for information purposes only and it is no way related to the safety of navigation at sea. All the AIS ship position data featured within this website is provided by marinetraffic.com and we are therefore not responsible for the content or the accuracy of this data
June 1st 1997: Keel laid.
October 18th 1998: Delivered as HANSA KAMPEN to C.V. Scheepvaartonderneming Hansa Kampen, Delfzijl – The Netherlands. Manager; Geuze Shipping B.V., Poortvliet – The Netherlands
Hansa Kampen – © Henk Guddee (Terneuzen, 04/10/2005)
January 2006: RHODANUS. Registered Owner; Mare Shipping I B.V., Tholen – The Netherlands. Manager; Mare Shipping I B.V., Tholen – The Netherlands
October 2018: Registered Owner; ‘Rhodanus’ Interscan UG (haftungsbeschränkt) & Co. KG, Hamburg, Germany. Manager; West-Trade Logistic GmbH. Schöttmannshof 18, 46539 Dinslaken. Germany
Rhodanus – © Emmanuel L (Valletta, 04/07/2019)
October 13th 2019: Ran aground in the open mouth of Bonifacio, at a place called ‘Cala Longa’. Salvage contract to Smit Salvage, the tug PERSEVERO stood by.
October 18th 2019: Re-floated.
July 17th 2021: Due at Dover
All information is believed to be correct and no responsibility is accepted for any errors or omissions. All items included in this article are subject to © copyright. We would like to take this opportunity of thanking: Emmanuel L, Henk Guddee and Frits Olinga for their assistance in producing this feature.
Article © Nigel Thornton and Ray Goodfellow (Dover Ferry Photos Group)