KAMILLA - Hamburg, Germany / Antigua       Call sign - V2AB3     IMO number - 8420672     Owner - "Kamilla" Hans Peter Eckhoff KG

Location - Photographed while she was anchored west of the Welland Canal on Lake Ontario, Canada     Photograph Date - 30 July 2002
Photographer - Jeff Cameron     Added to archive - 23 Feb 2003     Last updated - 24 Feb 2003

SHIP'S HISTORY

  Ordered - March 1985
  Keel laid - June 1985
  Launched - August 1985
  Delivered - December 1985

  (a) Kamilla - Gernamy (1994)
  (b) Kamilla - Antigua (date?)
  (c) Kamilla - Germany/Antigua

  As of February 2003 she is still in service as Kamilla

PARTICULARS

  Ship type - General Cargo ship
  Gross tonnage - 2,740
  Net tonnage - 1,500
  Deadweight tonnage - 2,785
  L.O.A. - 98.30 meters
  L.B.P. - 92.41 meters
  Width overall - 13.59 meters
  Width moulded - 13.50 meters
  Draught - 5.31 meters
  Depth - 7.01 meters
  Container capacity (on deck) - 52 TEU
  Container capacity (in holds) - 117 TEU TEU
  Reefer container capacity - 10 TEU

CONSTRUCTION

  Yard name - Martin Jansen G.m.b.H. & Company K.G. Schiffswerft u. Fbk.
  Country - Leer, WEst Germany
  Hull number - 188
  Engine builder - Kloeckner-Humboldt-Deutz AG - Koeln, Germany
  Number of engines - 1
  Engine type - Deutz SBV9M628 diesel
  Horsepower - 1,495 bhp or 1,100 kW
  Speed - 11.5 knots
  Bow/stern thuster hp - 1 bow thruster ?hp
  Cranes - 2 - 25 tonne each

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION - Former owners, accidents, conversions, cargoes, voyages, sightings or corrections etc - Viewer contributions

* Owners in 2002 - m.s. "Kamilla" Reederei Hans-Peter Eckhoff GmbH & Company KG (Reederei Hans Eckhoff KG), Hamburg Germany
* She has a joint registry - Hamburg on her stern and the flag of Antigua & Barbuda
* 28 July 2002 - Entered the St. Lawrence Seaway with general cargo and ferro manganese for Hamilton and Chicago
* 3 December 2002 - Entered the St. Lawrence Seaway with machinery for Cleveland and Thunder Bay

Information sources - Fairplay Internet Ship Register, Lloyds Registers & Marine News - The World Ship Society
Additional information - Rene Beauchamp - Montreal, Quebec

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