What is the ship's current position? Where is the ship located? HERCULES I current position is 35.09635 S / 21.33675 E on Oct 17, 2018 17:43 UTC. Vessel HERCULES I (IMO: 9723124, MMSI: 538006822) is a Crude Oil Tanker built in 2017 and currently sailing under the flag of Marshall Islands. Below you can find more technical information, photos, AIS data and last 5 port calls of HERCULES I detected by AIS.

AIS Data

AIS TypeTanker
FlagMarshall Islands
DestinationSGSIN
ETANov 5, 06:00
IMO / MMSI9723124 / 538006822
CallsignV7RS2
Length / Beam333 / 60 m
Current draught19.9 m
Course / Speed76.0° / 12.6 kn
Coordinates35.09635 S/21.33675 E
Last report Oct 17, 2018 17:43 UTC

Are you interested in the sailing schedule of the HERCULES I ship?
The HERCULES I's port of calls and sailing schedule for the past months are listed below as detected by our live AIS ship tracking system. Currently the vessel HERCULES I is on her next destination to SGSIN and the estimated time of arrival (ETA) is around Nov 5, 06:00. VesselFinder also gathers and keeps detailed information about ship movement history (e.g ship track) for the past 7 days (max).
More detailed historical ship movement AIS records are available on request.

Port Calls

Last Port CallActual time of Arrival (UTC)

Map position

Master Data

IMO number9723124
Vessel NameHERCULES I
Ship typeCrude Oil Tanker
FlagMarshall Islands
Homeport-
Gross Tonnage154133
Summer Deadweight (t)299011
Length Overall (m)333
Beam (m)60
Draught (m)
Year of Built2017
Builder
Place of Built
Yard
TEU-
Crude-
Grain-
Bale-
Registered Owner
Manager

History

Vessel NameRegistered OwnerYear
HERCULES IOctavia Navigation Inc2017

Web resources (HERCULES I)

TEN Signs Time Charter Agreement For 2017-Built VLCC Hercules I

Disclaimer

HERCULES I current position and history of port calls are received by AIS. Technical specifications, tonnages and management details are derived from VesselFinder database. The data is for informational purposes only and VesselFinder is not responsible for the accuracy and reliability of HERCULES I data.