ALEXANDER SPIRIT - IMO 9326524
|Vessel type:||Oil/chemical Tanker|
|Gross tonnage:||25,382 tons|
|Summer DWT:||40,083 tons|
|Last known position:|
|26°51’20.4” S, 153°9’10.2” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|13.8kts, 349° (347°)|
|Location:||Au Glt > Au Bne|
|Arrival:||9th Jun 2018|
|24 days 18 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 June 9th, 19:30:37 UTC||Au Glt > Au Bne|
|2018 May 9th, 19:00:37 UTC||Au Btb > Au Cns|
|2018 May 3rd, 07:36:45 UTC||Au Blb > Drift|
|2018 May 2nd, 04:00:35 UTC||Au Glt > Au Btb|
|2018 March 17th, 08:00:12 UTC||Au Glt > Au Bne|
|2017 November 19th, 13:44:28 UTC||Au Bne > Au Mky|
|2017 November 17th, 02:00:58 UTC||Au Bne|
|2017 June 21st, 20:00:14 UTC||Au Bne>au Glt|
|2017 June 16th, 20:00:23 UTC||Aus Brb|
|2017 April 10th, 08:00:09 UTC||Au Bne > Au Cns||
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© Cody Williams
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Yep, we'll miss the BARRINGTON up this way. The marine pilots will miss her more, having to go back to the pilot launch, after using the helicopter all these years........
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Guess we will be seeing a lot more of this Tanker Alexandria Spirit on the Australian East Coast for the next 20 years or so as was the case with the Barrington/Australia Sky, the vessel she is replacing. Thanks for posting these first shots.
Regards Portway Sydney Australia
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