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ATLANTIC LEGACY

ATLANTIC LEGACY

Tug
138 MTs
2014
IMO 9705237
🇹🇹 Trinidad & Tobago

11 days ago
Status
Under way using its engine
Destination
🇹🇹 Trinidad And Tobago
ETA
4 months ago
Satellite Speed (kts)
5.2
Live Draft
93% of max

Summary

Name
ATLANTIC LEGACY
DWT Summer
138 MTs
Build Date
01/11/2014
IMO Number
9705237
Flag
🇹🇹 Trinidad & Tobago
Ship Type
Tug
Gear
Gearless
LOA/Beam/Draft
28.67 m / 9.8 m / 0.29 m
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Description

The current position of ATLANTIC LEGACY is at coordinates 10.2039 N / 61.7106 W, reported 11 days ago by AIS. The vessel is en route to Trinidad And Tobago, sailing at a speed of 5.2 knots and expected to arrive there on Oct 7, 2021, 12 AM.

The vessel ATLANTIC LEGACY (IMO: 9705237, MMSI 362171000) is a Tug built in 2014 (7 years old) and currently sailing under the flag of Trinidad & Tobago.

Specifications

Identification

Vessel Name
ATLANTIC LEGACY
Ship Type
Tug
Flag
🇹🇹 Trinidad & Tobago
Name History
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IMO
9705237
Call Sign
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Hull Number
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Port of Registry
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Build Date
01/11/2014
Delivery Date
01/01/1900
Registered Owner
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Group Beneficial Owner
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Ship Manager
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Technical Manager
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Operator
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Shipyard
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Shipyard Country
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Document of Compliance (DOC)
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SMC Source
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Tonnage

DWT Summer
138 MTs
International Gross Tonnage (GT)
56 MTs
International Net Tonnage (NT)
528 MTs
Draft Summer
0.29 m
Lightweight
51 MTs

Dimensions & Design

LOA
28.67 m
LPP
31.46 m
Beam
9.8 m
Beam Extreme
609.96 m
Beam Moulded
9.6 m
Depth Moulded
0.5 m
Displacement
274 MTs
Classification Society
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Classification Society Code
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No. of Decks
0

Gear

Geared
Gearless

Engine

Service Speed
28.3 kn
Total Power
47,450 kW
No. of All Engines
0
Propeller
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No. of Propulsion Units
5
Fuel
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Other

Bollard Pull
9
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