She entered port in the late afternoon taking the berth vacated by Ibrahim Dede before unloading / loading and leaving port in just a few hours. I think that the photograph above is one of my better pictures, I seem to have the angle just right and the sun was on the right side for once.
Built by Sietas in Neuenfelde, Germany in 2004 as Yard Number 1142 she is 134m long with a 22.5m beam and 8.70m maximum draught.
Maximum TEU = 868.
Powered by a MAK 9M43 (8,400kW) engine she has a maximum speed of 18.5 Knots.
GT = 9962, NT = DWT = 11,200, NT = 14,278.
The vessel has had a number of names in the past including Ruth Borchard (2006 & 2009) and Allegro (2007).
Borchard Lines is a British company and operate weekly container services with fixed day sailings from Northern Europe throughout the Mediterranean.
REG - AG, St.Johns
IMO - 9246554
Call Sign -V2CQ5
Built - Sietas, Neuenfelde, DE
Yard No. - 1142
L 134m W 22.5m
Year - 2004
Salerno, 8 June 2012