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Photo Details
Photographer:Aage [View profile]Title:PavlovskAdded:Sep 04, 2005
Captured:September 03, 2005IMO:8326319Hits:955
Photo Category: Ships in Drydock
Description:
Reg Portsmuth
Fiskerstrand Verft - 3 september 2005
Vessel Identification
Name:Binh Minh 02
IMO:8326319
Flag:Vietnam
MMSI:574756000
Callsign:3WYN
Former name(s):
- Pavlovsk (Until 2009 Mar)
- Oblukovina (Until 2006 Feb)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Research/survey Vessel
Gross tonnage:2,319 tons
Summer DWT:641 tons

Additional Information
Home port:Ho Chi Minh City
Class society:Vietnam Shipping Register
Dual class society:Russian Maritime Shipping Register
Build year:1983
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (2)

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Dеnis on Jan 17, 2012 09:36 (4 years ago)
"Orlyonok" type Fishing Freezer Seiner-Trawler (project 'Atlantik 333')

http://soviet-trawler.narod.ru/pages/ussr/orlyonok.html
http://soviet-trawler.narod.ru/pages/ussr/list_of_atlantic333.html

Built in 1983 as "Oblukovina"

--'Binh Minh 02' (09) - Haiphong, Vietnam
--ex'Pavlovsk' (07) - Panama, Panama
--ex'Pavlovsk' (06) - flag of Georgia
--ex'Pavlovsk' (03) - Portsmouth, Dominica

IMO 8326319


Regards,
Denis
Guest on Jul 12, 2008 08:13 (8 years ago)
Hi Aagy

Found this piece on http://www.oilpubs.com/oso/article.asp?v1=7591

India's Cochin shipyard to convert trawler to seismic vessel

Yard News - July 4, 2008

Indian state-owned shipyard Cochin Shipyard Ltd has begun work on the conversion of a trawler into a seismic survey vessel.

The yard has reportedly started work on the conversion of the Norwegian fishing vessel Pavlovsk into a seismic ship, having won a 150-day contract from a Norwegian exploration firm.

The shipyard is reportedly also expecting another overseas contract for the conversion of a seismic survey vessel, but declined to provide details.

Regards

Steve Ellwood
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