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Photo Details
Photographer:Vladimir Knyaz [View profile]Title:H WhaleAdded:Dec 18, 2010
Captured:December 05, 2010IMO:9470040Hits:4,405
Location:Ulsan, Korea (South)
Photo Category: Crude Oil Tankers
Ulsan Mipo(South Korea)
Vessel Identification
Name:Camilla T
Flag:Marshall Islands
Former name(s):
- H Whale (Until 2014 Aug)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Crude Oil Tanker
Gross tonnage:172,146 tons
Summer DWT:319,869 tons

Additional Information
Class society:Lloyd's Shipping Register
Build year:2011
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (8)

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Trygve Eriksen on Mar 25, 2015 13:37 (2 years ago)
I wrote OBO, but see now that this is the Photo Category.
pieter melissen on Mar 25, 2015 10:00 (2 years ago)
and for the record they are/were ore/oil carriers and not OBO's.
Phil English on Mar 25, 2015 09:51 (2 years ago)
"Is it usual to have such cranes on OBOs"

No, but Nobu Su thought it would be a good idea. It wasn't and the ships were overpriced white elephants. Now under new ownership, these ships will be converted to straight VLCCs - with no cranes.
Trygve Eriksen on Mar 25, 2015 09:29 (2 years ago)
Is it usual to have such cranes on OBOs??
Hannes van Rijn on Jan 07, 2011 22:35 (6 years ago)
Hi Vladimir.

The IMO number of the H Wale is:9470040

Mats on Jan 03, 2011 21:27 (6 years ago)
It is quite amazing how quickly Hyundai has produced this series of ships, starting with A Whale in early 2010 and running through B, C, D, E, F, G and now H Whale.
rd77 on Dec 20, 2010 11:15 (6 years ago)
That was the A WHALE, the first ship of the series.
Guest on Dec 19, 2010 14:55 (6 years ago)
Isn't this the vessel with which that shipowner was going to sweep-up all the oil spilt in the Gulf of Mexico recently?
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