MARS - Tug

MARS - IMO 8423624 - Details and current position

What is the ship's current position? Where is the ship located? MARS last received position is 54.97303 N / 20.37789 E on Aug 31, 2017 at 06:10 UTC.

Vessel MARS (IMO: 8423624, MMSI: 273448720) is a built in 1985 and currently sailing under the flag of . MARS has 36m length overall and beam of 9m. Her gross tonnage is 280 tons. Below you can find more technical information, photos, AIS data and last 5 port calls of MARS detected by AIS.

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MARS AIS Data

Last report:
Ship type:
Tug
Flag:
Flag of Russia Russia
Destination:
PIONERSKIY
ETA:
Jun 23, 16:20
Lat/Lon:
54.97303 N/20.37789 E
Course/Speed:
0 ° / 0 kn.
Current draught: 4.5 m
Callsign:
UBEO2
IMO / MMSI:
8423624 / 273448720

MARS Master Data

Built: 1985
Size:
35 x 9 m
Draught:
3.46 m
Place of build:
Premium users only
Gross Tonnage:
280 t
Net Tonnage:
84 t
Deadweight:
86 t
Crude (bbl): Premium users only

Last 5 port calls as detected by AIS

Are you interested in the sailing schedule of the MARS ship?
The MARS port of calls and sailing schedule for the past months are listed below as detected by our live AIS ship tracking system. Most recent port call is . Currently the vessel MARS is on her next destination to PIONERSKIY and the estimated time of arrival (ETA) is around Jun 23, 16:20. 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.

Date / Time Port / Country
Jun 04, 2017, 17:01 UTC
May 25, 2017, 15:04 UTC
May 21, 2017, 18:05 UTC
May 20, 2017, 16:04 UTC
May 20, 2017, 04:04 UTC
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Disclaimer

MARS 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 MARS data.