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AIS vessel KMP JAMBO IX - show graphs
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Callsign: YBGV2
MMSI number: 525100113
IMO number: 881940
Navigational status: Under way (engine) (0)
Vessel class: Passenger (60)
Destination: KETAPANG (ETA Dec10 14:00)
Location: 8°09.67' S 114°26.18' E - locator OI71FU21II - show map - static map
0.7 miles North bearing 10° from Gilimanuk, Bali, Indonesia [?]
3.8 miles East bearing 74° from Klatakan, East Java, Indonesia
42.9 miles Southeast bearing 137° from Situbondo, East Java, Indonesia
63.1 miles Northwest bearing 302° from Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia
Last position: 2018-03-30 04:55:44 CDT (296d 13h47m ago)
2018-03-30 17:55:44 WITA local time at Gilimanuk, Indonesia [?]
Course: 132°
Dimensions: length 63 m width 15 m draught 2.4 m
Last path: YBGV2>ais via YG3EMH
Positions stored: 21028
Stations near current position of KMP JAMBO IX - show more
callsign distance last heard - CST      callsign distance last heard - CST
YG3EMH-16.5 miles 230°2019-01-20 17:41:51 YG3EMH-76.5 miles 230°2019-01-19 04:22:32
YC3BVG13.4 miles 226°2019-01-12 03:13:56 YC3BVG-613.4 miles 226°2018-12-23 03:44:07
YC3BVG-313.4 miles 226°2019-01-05 19:15:38 YC3BVG-913.4 miles 226°2019-01-10 09:57:24
YG3EMH-913.4 miles 226°2019-01-15 08:12:53 YC3BVG-813.4 miles 226°2019-01-12 21:33:13
YG3EMH-314.0 miles 281°2019-01-20 17:41:49 IJEN15.6 miles 287°2019-01-15 23:18:31
L KUMITIR34.7 miles 260°2019-01-15 23:18:35 YC9DCK-538.3 miles 92°2019-01-13 04:18:27
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