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Photographer:Matt Ruscher [View profile]Title:Berge BostonAdded:May 19, 2006
Photo Category: Gas Tankers built 1980 - 2020
- discharing at the LNG terminal in Boston,MA, 7-12-05. Launaud, honestly i dont know much about these beasts, but i have often wondered what all is in there too. i know they have a restuarant(not just the gally), a game room, original artwork throughout, among many other amenities. Heres a link to a video that documents the in's and outs of the ship:
the clip is at the very bottom of the artcicle, very impressive ship.
Vessel Identification
Name:Bw Gdf Suez Boston
Flag:Norway International Register
Former name(s):
- Bw Suez Boston (Until 2012 Aug)
- Berge Boston (Until 2007 Sep)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Lng Tanker
Gross tonnage:93,844 tons
Summer DWT:77,410 tons
Length:278 m
Beam:44 m
Draught:10.8 m

Additional Information
Home port:Stavanger
Class society:Det Norske Veritas
Build year:2003
AIS Information
Last known position:
18°25’28.4” N, 63°59’44.26” W
Speed, course (heading):
15.3kts, 180° (179°)
Location:For Orders
Arrival:10th Jan 2018
00:00:32 UTC
Last update:
1 day 3 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 January 10th, 00:00:32 UTCFor Orders
2017 September 2nd, 00:01:29 UTC.
2014 January 27th, 11:30:15 UTCTba
2014 January 27th, 11:30:15 UTCBoston
2013 November 5th, 04:00:50 UTCSg Wpbga
2013 September 16th, 07:00:57 UTCS'pore Sudong
2013 September 16th, 07:00:43 UTCS'pore Sudong Pob
2013 September 16th, 07:00:41 UTCS'pore Sudong
2013 September 16th, 07:00:40 UTCS'pore Sudong
2013 September 16th, 07:00:30 UTCS'pore Sudong
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Photo Comments (4)

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Peter Karberg on Sep 04, 2005 14:34 (12 years ago)
Great photo of this impressive vessel, Matt.
Stan Muller on Sep 01, 2005 17:47 (12 years ago)
Very impressive vessel Matt, never seen such a massive one before. Good photo
Pieter on Sep 01, 2005 03:35 (12 years ago)
You'll never see windows on the exterior engine casing of ships, whether it be a tanker, bulker or LNG tanker. The accomodation block (excluding the funnel & engine casing) is pretty standard for a ship her size.
Lanaud on Sep 01, 2005 01:38 (12 years ago)
Man, these things look huge. Any idea why such large accomodations? Seems kinda big under the funnel and no windows (forgot the english word....)
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