STABILITY - IMO 9268162
|Vessel type:||Oil/chemical Tanker|
|Gross tonnage:||2,603 tons|
|Summer DWT:||3,517 tons|
|Last known position:|
|35°59’24.18” N, 5°11’13.08” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|12.0kts, 93° (87°)|
|Arrival:||4th Oct 2017|
|1 day 15 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2017 December 21st, 15:00:46 UTC||Nl Tnz|
|2017 October 4th, 17:00:43 UTC||Frset>frbee|
|2017 October 4th, 17:00:40 UTC||Frset>frber|
|2017 October 1st, 00:00:44 UTC||Fruro|
|2017 September 30th, 08:00:42 UTC||Escrs>frset|
|2017 September 18th, 13:00:12 UTC||Eshuv>frnou|
|2017 September 8th, 09:00:36 UTC||Esagp>esaei|
|2017 September 1st, 12:00:37 UTC||Esagp>ptlei|
|2017 August 23rd, 10:30:20 UTC||Eshuv>esagp|
|2017 July 30th, 23:00:22 UTC||Nlams>eshuv||
© Andreas Hoppe
© Giwrgos Mertis
© Tord Avsnes Sæle
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As always my pleasure to share with you, yes it is sad to see a once very familiar funnel disappearing, as you know they were a very common sight on the river, there are still a few around but gradually getting less and less.
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Hi Ken, Some great shots of the Stability you got, I see the Everard logos are slowly being painted out on the funnels of the last remaining tankers being replaced by the Fisher logo another famous British company lost, thanks for sharing.
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