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Photographer:Clyde Dickens [View profile]Title:STEVE IRWINAdded:Oct 13, 2009
Captured:October 12, 2009IMO:7340370Hits:3,866
Location:Sydney, Australia
Photo Category: Special Purpose Ships
Description:
Sydney Harbour, off Taylors Bay. 12 October 2009.

IMO number : 7340370 Call Sign : GUMF Gross tonnage : 1017
Type of ship : Fishing Support Vessel Year of build : 1975 Flag : Netherlands

Regularly mentioned in media for harassing Japanese whale fishing vessels.
Vessel Identification
Name:Steve Irwin
IMO:7340370
Flag:Netherlands
MMSI:244943000
Callsign:PC9093
Former name(s):
- Robert Hunter (Until 2007 Dec)
- Westra (Until 2006 Nov)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Fishery Patrol Vessel
Gross tonnage:1,017 tons
Summer DWT:517 tons

Additional Information
Home port:Rotterdam
Class society:Lloyd´s Shipping Register
Build year:1975
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (3)

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rgurney on May 04, 2011 19:50 (6 years ago)
killing whales to "examin their tissues" is a thin excuse
for selling them as a food source.
Robbie on Oct 13, 2009 23:03 (8 years ago)
I totally agree with Padraig. I think the worst part of it is Steve Irwin was a good guy who helped animals in a peaceful way, I can guarantee if he was still here he would not endorse crashing into other vessels to prove a point! It seems they are more interested in the publicity than helping the whales.
Padraig Ring on Oct 13, 2009 20:16 (8 years ago)
its a sign of just how stupid these people are,that they think painting their boat black will help them sneak up on the Japaneese.In the antarctic no lessI
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