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CAPE YORK - HYDROGEN BUNKERING ROUTE PLANNER

 

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Queensland, northern most tip of Australia, Cape York, world hydrogen challenge

 

 

Cape York Peninsula is a large remote peninsula located in Far North Queensland, Australia. It is the largest unspoiled wilderness in northern Australia. The land is mostly flat and about half of the area is used for grazing cattle. The relatively undisturbed eucalyptus wooded savannahs, tropical rainforests and other types of habitat are now recognized and preserved for their global environmental significance.

The west coast borders the Gulf of Carpentaria and the east coast borders the Coral Sea. The peninsula is bordered on three sides (north, east and west).

Cape York Peninsula supports a complex mosaic of intact tropical rainforests, tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannahs, shrublands, heath lands, wetlands, wild rivers and mangrove swamps.

he first known contact between Europeans and Aborigines occurred on the west coast of the peninsula in 1606 but it was not settled by Europeans until the 19th century when fishing communities, then stations and later mining towns were established.

The Torres Strait is a strait which lies between Australia and the Melanesian island of New Guinea. It is approximately 150 km (93 mi) wide at its narrowest extent. The strait links the Coral Sea to the east with the Arafura Sea and Gulf of Carpentaria in the west. Although it is an important international sea lane, it is very shallow (7 to 15 m water depth), and the maze of reefs and islands can make it hazardous to navigate. Cape York is not hydrogen ready as we write, hence clean fleet operators will have to seek alternative handling facilities to comply with the IMO's 2040 target.

 

 

 

 

LEG

NAUTICAL MILES

BUNKERING

WAYPOINT

SUNSHINE DAYS

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-

-

-

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START

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-

-

-

-

-

FILL UP

Gibraltar

00.00

1

729

-

Tenerife, Canary Islands

1.90

2

3,154

-

Trinidad, Port of Spain

8.21

3

1,182

1

Panama City

3.00

4

970

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Galapagos

2.45

5

3,640

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Tahiti

9.48

6

1,423

-

Tonga, Nukualofa

3.71

7

410

-

Fiji, Suva

1.07

8

1,886

1

Port Moresby PNG

4.91

9

340

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Thursday Island, Cape York

0.88

10

724

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Darwin

1.89

11

1,572

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Jakarta, Indonesia

4.09

12

1,881

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Colombo, Sri Lanka

4.90

13

2,109

1

Aden, Yemen

5.49

14

698

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Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

1.82

15

670

-

Port Said, Egypt

1.75

16

1,111

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Palermo, Sicily

2.89

17

170

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Naples, Italy

0.44

18

940

FINISH

Gibraltar

2.45

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-

-

-

-

-

23,609

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RUNTIME DAYS @ 12.5kts

78.70

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(ADD 3  DAYS)

RUNTIME DAYS @ 13kts

75.67

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-

-

-

-

-

(ADD 4  DAYS)

14 KNOTS AVE INC

70.26

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-

-

AT 15 KNOTS AVE

65.58

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-

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AT 16 KNOTS AVE

61.48

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cape York to Darwin, world hydrogen challenge, Jules Verne

 

 

10TH LEG - At a speed of 13 knots this leg of the hydrogen powered zero carbon voyage, approximately 724 nautical miles from Thursday Island, Cape York to Darwin, Australia, would take 2.32 days to complete, free of emissions. The demonstration of ZEWT technology in action, could help speed up the transition to non polluting waterborne transport. These projections are only a guide. Many of the ports of call could be bypassed completely to give us a shorter passage.

 

 

 

 

 

LEG

NAUTICAL MILES

BUNKERING

WAYPOINT

SUNSHINE DAYS

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-

-

-

-

START

-

-

-

-

-

-

FILL UP

Gibraltar

00.00

1

729

-

Tenerife, Canary Islands

1.90

2

3,154

-

Trinidad, Port of Spain

8.21

3

1,182

1

Panama City

3.00

4

970

-

Galapagos

2.45

5

3,640

-

Tahiti

9.48

6

1,423

-

Tonga, Nukualofa

3.71

7

410

-

Fiji, Suva

1.07

8

1,886

1

Port Moresby PNG

4.91

9

340

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Thursday Island, Cape York

0.88

10

724

-

Darwin

1.89

11

1,572

-

Jakarta, Indonesia

4.09

12

1,881

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Colombo, Sri Lanka

4.90

13

2,109

1

Aden, Yemen

5.49

14

698

-

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

1.82

15

670

-

Port Said, Egypt

1.75

16

1,111

-

Palermo, Sicily

2.89

17

170

-

Naples, Italy

0.44

18

940

FINISH

Gibraltar

2.45

-

-

-

-

-

-

23,609

-

RUNTIME DAYS @ 12.5kts

78.70

-

-

(ADD 3  DAYS)

RUNTIME DAYS @ 13kts

75.67

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

(ADD 4  DAYS)

14 KNOTS AVE INC

70.26

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-

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AT 15 KNOTS AVE

65.58

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-

-

AT 16 KNOTS AVE

61.48

 

 

 

 

 

JVH2: Jules Verne Hydrogen Trophy - World Challenge - In under 80 days.

 

 

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