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Photo Details
Photographer:Chris Hunsicker [View profile]Title:BardseyAdded:Sep 19, 2005
Photo Category: Chemical and Product Tankers
Passing Cowes and heading east down the main channel of the Solent.13:34hrs, 7/9/05

IMO:8021098 Call Sign:MWDN7
Ship design:Oil Products Tanker DWT:1767
Ship Built:1981 02 Flag:United Kingdom
Vessel Identification
Former name(s):
- Magadir (Until 2013)
- Bardsey (Until 2005 Sep)
- Sten (Until 1986 Jan)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Oil Products Tanker
Gross tonnage:1,144 tons
Summer DWT:1,767 tons
Length:70 m
Beam:10 m
Draught:22.2 m

Additional Information
Class society:Lloyd's Shipping Register
Build year:1981
AIS Information
Last known position:
21°24’7.13” N, 72°11’19.37” E
Speed, course:
0kts, 220°
Location:India Alang
Arrival:4th Apr 2018
16:45:17 UTC
Last update:
19 days 16 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 April 4th, 16:45:17 UTCIndia Alang
2014 April 21st, 08:30:21 UTCIran
2014 April 8th, 23:20:51 UTC*iran
2013 January 19th, 12:06:39 UTCShj Hamariyah
2012 November 2nd, 19:00:34 UTCAjman
2012 October 12th, 10:00:34 UTCHamriyah
2012 July 23rd, 02:00:52 UTCDubai
2012 May 30th, 13:00:38 UTCHamriyah
2012 March 28th, 01:00:43 UTCOrder
2012 March 28th, 01:00:27 UTCKhawr Fakkan
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Photo Comments (2)

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Chris Hunsicker on Nov 08, 2005 17:52 (12 years ago)
Thanks for the extra information.
asperity on Oct 08, 2005 15:37 (12 years ago)
Bardsey was built as Sten, the third out of 4 sister ships managed by Hull Gates Shipping of Grimsby flyng the Japanese flag but trading in North Europe. The others were Per, Christian and Natalie. Per and Sten were bought by Crescent and became Barmouth and Bardsey, Christian and Natalie became Amity and Averity under the ownership of FT Everard & Sons. Bardsey is the last one trading in British waters.
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