FRAIHA - IMO 9360817
|Vessel type:||Lpg Tanker|
|Gross tonnage:||136,685 tons|
|Summer DWT:||121,914 tons|
|Last known position:|
|1°17’54.66” N, 103°19’38.28” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|19.7kts, 308° (310°)|
|Arrival:||13th Dec 2018|
|2 days 1 hour ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 August 21st, 13:00:15 UTC||Dahej|
|2018 July 19th, 16:00:34 UTC||Port Said|
|2018 July 14th, 00:01:31 UTC||Gibraltar|
|2018 July 10th, 06:00:34 UTC||Bilbao,spain|
|2018 May 11th, 15:00:33 UTC||Sng Pgbg|
|2018 March 6th, 02:00:54 UTC||Ras Laffan|
|2018 February 16th, 06:15:10 UTC||Jp Ngo|
|2018 February 15th, 06:00:06 UTC||Chita,japan|
|2018 January 7th, 12:00:06 UTC||Singapore|
|2017 December 28th, 06:00:00 UTC||Incheon,southkorea||
© Robert Fournier
© Ian Thomas
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Many thanks for the comment, my pleasure to share with you and no problem with the chatter, nice to hear from you.
Great shot of the FRAIHA Ken, I agree with both parties comments and I'm afraid it's the way of the world and it's not going to be any easier in the long term, anyhow keep up the good work Ken and thanks for posting and putting up with my chatter.
Thanks for the comment, yes I think you are right there will be more, have to wrap up though in the winter, it is a rather draughty down there when the east wind blows up the estuary, not only the Gas Boats that put our bills up, they find other ways I am afraid.
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Love the gas ships Ken, great shot. We're going to see a lot more of these coming to Grain and Milford Haven as our North Sea reserves run out. Pity us when our gas bills come in though :-(
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