UTVIKEN - IMO 8212099
|Photographer:||Jeff Thoreson [View profile]||Title:||UTVIKEN||Added:||Sep 21, 2007|
||Bulkers built 1981-1990|
|Viken Shipping's UTVIKEN is shown while fueling at Wharf 18.2 of the Welland Canal, 11:22 a.m. 17 September 2005. The UTVIKEN was in ballast bound for Duluth to load grain for Tunisia. It is rare for ocean-going vessels to use this fuel dock, as most fuel at Montreal. I've only seen a few ever fuel here.|
|Vessel type:||Bulk Carrier|
|Gross tonnage:||17,191 tons|
|Summer DWT:||30,052 tons|
|Last known position:|
|29°47’38.05” N, 122°7’10.47” E|
|Arrival:||29th Nov 2016|
|1 month 2 days ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2016 November 29th, 06:00:12 UTC||Zhoushan China|
|2016 February 15th, 23:00:54 UTC||Ru Vnn|
|2016 February 3rd, 12:00:49 UTC||Jangjian|
|2016 January 24th, 12:00:21 UTC||Vanino|
|2016 January 13th, 11:00:30 UTC||Ch Cjk|
|2016 January 13th, 11:00:19 UTC||Ch Jangjiagang|
|2015 December 22nd, 17:00:12 UTC||Vanino|
|2015 December 13th, 12:00:31 UTC||Cjk|
|2015 June 1st, 23:00:51 UTC||Ch Cjk2|
|2015 January 23rd, 18:00:27 UTC||Shanhai||
Photo Comments (4)
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i guess I should have waited a little longer & take the same picture |
very cool jeff, i usually wouldnt get that close but still about 20 ft. behin where you were probably standing. I havent seen a sight like this with the salty refueling here. like you said most either use Montreal or Hamilton Energy to bunker from. |
Thanks for the comment! You can actually drive right into the fuel dock there, they really don't care as long as you don't get out carrying a grenade or something.
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Very nice picture, How did you get so close to her?
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