She was built by the Heinrich Brand Shipyard in Oldburg, Germany in 1984 as Yard Number 217 and has an overall length of 99.42m (88.67m between perpendiculars), 17.56m beam and 6.53m draught.
Powered by a MAK 6M551 (2499kW) engine she has a maximum speed of 15 Knots, the vessel also has two diesel generators (740kW and 257kW) a 500kW shaft generator and a single 270kW bow thruster.
She has a single hold measuring 52.2m x 13.2m with hatch cover that can accommodate 116 TEU with a further 182 TEU located over the hold, 21TEU forward of the hatch and 31 TEU aft of the hatch totalling 350TEU.
She is also equipped with two Electro-Hydraulic cranes and has 52 reefer plugs on deck.
GT = 3,784, NT = 1,820 and DWT = 5,189.
Over the years she has had a number of names including Weser Guide (1984), Zim Kingston (1984), Nedlloyd Trinidad (1994), Rangiora (1995), Waddens (1998), Captaine Bligh (1999), Southern Man (2000), Waddens (2001), UAFL Express (2002), Waddens (from 2010).
For many years she worked in and around Australia and New Zealand.
MMSI - 304010572
REG - AG, St John
IMO - 8317978
Call Sign - V2VP
Built - Brand, Oldenburg, DE
Yard No. - 217
L 99.42m W 17.56m
Year - 1984
Barcelona, 29 May 2012