MAERSK ATLANTA

  • General
    • Vessel Name : MAERSK ATLANTA
    • Operator : MAERSK LINE LIMITED
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Containership (Specialized)
    • Vessel Type : Containership
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 76706
  • Location
    • City : NORFOLK
    • STATE : VA
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 40098
    • Full Load Capacity : 83000 Short ton
  • Size
    • Register length : 941.2 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 131.2 Feet
    • Overall Length : 982.5 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 131.2 Feet
    • Load draft : 41.3 Feet
    • Light Draft : 23.8 Feet
    • Height : 198.5 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 2006
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 1245604

MAERSK LINE LIMITED

  • Area of Operation : FOREIGN
  • Principal Commodity : CONTAINERIZED CARGO, BULK CARGO AND LIQUID CARGO

ALLIANCE FAIRFAX

  • Type : Container / Vehicle / Trailer (RO-RO) Carrier
  • Construction : Steel

ALLIANCE RICHMOND

  • Type : Container / Vehicle / Trailer (RO-RO) Carrier
  • Construction : Steel

BRO HAWAII

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

EAGLE

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK ALABAMA

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK ARKANSAS

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK CALIFORNIA

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK CAROLINA

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK CHICAGO

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK COLUMBUS

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK DENVER

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK DETROIT

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK HARTFORD

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK IDAHO

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK ILLINOIS

  • Type : Break Bulk / RO-RO Carrier
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK IOWA

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK KENSINGTON

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK KENTUCKY

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK KINIOSS

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK MEMPHIS

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK MICHIGAN

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK MISSOURI

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK MONTANA

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK OHIO

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK PITTSBURGH

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK TEXAS

  • Type : Break Bulk / RO-RO Carrier
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK UTAH

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK WISCONSIN

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK WYOMING

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

RACER

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

SAFMARINE NGAMO

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

SEA-LAND CHARGER

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

SEA-LAND INTREPID

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

SEA-LAND LIGHTNING

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

SEA-LAND METEOR

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

SSGT EDWARD CARTER

  • Type : Containership
  • Construction : Steel

MAERSK PEARY

  • Type : Petroleum / Chemical Carrier
  • Construction : Steel

News

Maersk Tankers to Add 11 Vessels to Fleet

Maersk Tankers to Add 11 Vessels to Fleet

Danish tanker owner and operator Maersk Tankers is set to add 11 ships to its managed fleet in a deal with BP Shipping and ICBC Financial Leasing.Under the terms of the agreement, Maersk Tankers will take each vessel from the owner under a bare-boat charter arrangement, which it will then hire out to BP under a time charter deal for a period of three years.

INSIGHTS: Michael G. Johnson

INSIGHTS: Michael G. Johnson

Sea Machines Robotics CEO & President.Michael Gordon Johnson is a marine engineer, an accomplished entrepreneur and sector leader with a primary goal of building progressive and sustainable innovation for modern society. He is the founder of Sea Machines, a Boston-based tech company that is a leading provider of autonomous control and intelligent perception systems for marine vessels.

Shipping Sector Sets Course for Zero Carbon

Shipping Sector Sets Course for Zero Carbon

Leading ports, banks, oil and shipping companies on Monday launched an initiative which aims to have ships and marine fuels with zero carbon emissions on the high seas by 2030, in another step by the maritime sector to reduce CO2.International shipping accounts for 2.2% of global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and the U.N.

Sea Machines Demonstrates Autonomous Spill-Response Vessel

Sea Machines Demonstrates Autonomous Spill-Response Vessel

As a part of its cooperative agreement with the U.S. Department of Transportation Maritime Administration (MARAD), Boston-based Sea Machines Robotics announces that it has successfully demonstrated its autonomous systems in action on board a Kvichak Marco skimmer boat during events held along the Portland harbor earlier today.

Maritime Cyber Alert

Maritime Cyber Alert

For some years now, the maritime sector has experienced breaches of various computer and information technology (IT) systems.  Primarily, these breaches have been collateral damage.  The maritime sector has almost never been the intended target.  That does not mean that the damage has been minor.  In June 2017, A.P. Moller-Maersk suffered a major cyber-attack.

Shipping Companies: Is Bigger Better?

Shipping Companies: Is Bigger Better?

“If consolidation was the solution to all that ails shipping, then container liner companies would be super profitable. They are not. In ‘commoditized’ sectors of the shipping industry, which by now includes pretty much everything apart from very small niche markets, there is hardly any economies of scale at the company level.

Maersk Explores Arctic Shipping Route with Russia

Maersk Explores Arctic Shipping Route with Russia

Shipping group A.P. Moller-Maersk said on Friday it is in talks with Russia's state-owned icebreaker operator to send more goods via the Arctic, which is becoming more accessible as climate change reduces the sea ice.Russia has made developing the so-called northern sea route (NSR) - which requires new ports and heavy icebreakers to move goods - a priority

Maersk Orders Four Product Tankers

Maersk Orders Four Product Tankers

Danish ship owner Maersk confirmed it has exercised an option to order four additional product tankers from China's Dalian Shipyard.The order completes a a series of 10 newbuilds planned for delivery from 2020-2022 as part of Maersk's ongoing fleet renewal program in the LR2 segment. The first six vessels were ordered in May 2018.Søren C.

The Future: Autonomous Robotic Hull Grooming

The Future: Autonomous Robotic Hull Grooming

Ship hull biofouling has significant impacts on fleet readiness, ship performance, cost, and the environment.  Biofouling results in increased hydrodynamic drag which results in greater fuel use and greater emissions per distance traveled than a hydraulically-smooth hull.  A study by Schultz, et al.

Update: Maersk Honam Heads for Rebuild

Update: Maersk Honam Heads for Rebuild

The sound part of the vessel Maersk Honam, which was hit by a serious fire last year, is being transported to Hyundai Heavy Industries Shipyard in South Korea, where it will be rebuilt. The sound section of Maersk Honam was successfully loaded aboard the heavy-lift vessel Xin Guan Hua on open waters outside Dubai (UAE) on Saturday, 2 February.

Maritime Autonomy: Sea Machines Gets a $10M Investment

Maritime Autonomy: Sea Machines Gets a $10M Investment

While there remains much debate as to what an autonomous future looks like in the maritime sector, one company, Sea Machines, is helping to pace the field with product development, partnerships and investment.Sea Machines Robotics announced today that it had closed a $10 million Series A investment led by Accomplice VC

Hyundai Merchant Marine to Say Good Bye to 2M Alliance?

Hyundai Merchant Marine to Say Good Bye to 2M Alliance?

South Korea's largest shipping firm Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) is likely to part ways with the 2M Alliance which will expire in April 2020 and join  a new ocean alliance said a local media report.According to a report in Business Korea, the 2M Alliance (consists of Maersk Line and MSC) is disadvantageous to HMM as it is not a full member of the alliance.