P 624 - Maersk Sealand


Length Height Weight Packaging
8.6 in (21.7 cm) 1.5 in (3.9 cm) 166 gm (5.85 oz) Window Box

This is the Tri-ang Minic Ships model of a panamax container ship in Maersk Sealand livery similar to Maersk's "L" Class ships built by the Odense Steel Shipyard at Lindo, Denmark in the early 1980's.

The casting is a third generation Bay Class container ship with a capacity of 2,436 TEUTwenty Foot Equivalent Unit

An inexact unit of cargo measurement based on the volume of a "standard" 20 foot long intermodal shipping container

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 designed and built by A G Weser of Bremen, West Germany in the late 1970's.

The model is marked on the underside with the Tri-ang Minic logo, "Modern Edition", model number P 622 and the description Bay Class Container Ship.



MV Maersk Trieste (ex MV Regina Maersk) in 2006
Photograph courtesy of Mr Knut Helge Schistad


Specifications

Name: MV Maersk Toyama

Similar Ships -

MV Maersk Tacoma
MV Maersk Trieste
IMO 8300121



IMO 7909425
IMO 8300119
Owner: Maersk Line
Builders: Odense Steel Shipyard, Lindo, Denmark - Yard No. 100

Odense Steel Shipyard, Lindo, Denmark - Yard No. 88
Odense Steel Shipyard, Lindo, Denmark - Yard No. 99
Launched: 2 December 1983 - MV Maersk Toyama

22 January 1982 - MV Maersk Tacoma
10 July 1983 - MV Maersk Trieste
Displacement: 48,485 deadweight tons MV Maersk Toyama (as built)

44,000 deadweight tons MV Maersk Tacoma & MV Maersk Trieste (as built)
53,310 deadweight tons MV Maersk Trieste (after lengthening)
Length (OA): 838 ft 11 ins ( 255.7 m ) MV Maersk Toyama

791 ft 8 ins ( 241.3 m ) MV Maersk Tacoma & MV Maersk Trieste (as built)
885 ft 10 ins ( 270.0 m ) MV Trieste (after lengthening)
Beam: 105 ft 8 ins ( 32.2 m )
Draft: 42 ft 9 ins ( 13.0 m )
Propulsion: Burmeister & Wain 12 cylinder marine diesel engine generating 47,502 bhp driving a single shaft / screw
Maximum Speed: 24 knots
Crew:  
Cargo Capacity: 3,584 TEUTwenty Foot Equivalent Unit

An inexact unit of cargo measurement based on the volume of a "standard" 20 foot long intermodal shipping container

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 - MV Maersk Toyama
History: 1983 - delivered as MV Laust Maersk
1998 - name changed to MV Maersk Toyama
2001 - transferred to Safmarine & renamed MV Safmarine Victory
2002 - operated by MSC as MV MSC Attica
2004 - renamed MV Maersk Toyama
2009 - operated by MSC as MV MSC Austria
Disposal: Still in service April 2012

Further details can be obtained from the following links -
MV Maersk Toyama Shipping Database Website
MV MSC Austria Marine Traffic Website
MV Laust Maersk Ship Spotting Website