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Photo Details
Photographer:John Jones [View profile]Title:CROWN ODYSSEYAdded:Sep 09, 2008
Captured:June 17, 1990IMO:8506294Hits:845
Location:Tilbury, United Kingdom
Photo Category: Cruise Ships built 1981-1990
34,242 g.t. built in 1988 by Jos L. Meyer at Papenburg as Norwegian Crown.
Owned by Royal Cruise Line Ltd., Piraeus and pictured at Tilbury Landing Stage early on the morning of 17/6/90.
Vessel Identification
Former name(s):
- Norwegian Crown (Until 2008 Jan 24)
- Crown Odyssey (Until 2003 Mar)
- Norwegian Crown (Until 2000 May)
- Crown Odyssey (Until 1996 Mar)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Passengers Ship
Gross tonnage:43,537 tons
Summer DWT:5,186 tons
Length:218 m
Beam:28 m
Draught:7.1 m

Additional Information
Home port:Nassau
Class society:Bureau Veritas
Build year:1988
AIS Information
Last known position:
63°26’5.04” N, 20°47’29.34” W
Speed, course (heading):
15.4kts, 278° (278°)
Location:Bergen, No
Arrival:7th Aug 2018
05:30:33 UTC
Last update:
1 day 1 hour ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 December 2nd, 07:45:56 UTCLisbon, Portugal
2018 August 7th, 05:30:33 UTCBergen, No
2018 August 3rd, 04:00:43 UTCPort Of Tyne, Newcas
2018 July 31st, 06:30:12 UTCKirkwall, Scotland
2018 July 30th, 08:45:34 UTCInvergordon,scotland
2018 July 29th, 04:00:45 UTCPort Of Tyne, Uk
2018 July 22nd, 04:00:42 UTCNewcastle
2018 July 19th, 05:30:23 UTCBergen,norway
2018 July 18th, 06:00:46 UTCKristiansund
2018 July 15th, 05:00:34 UTCFlam, Norway
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Photo Comments (3)

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DEREK SANDS on Oct 10, 2005 08:46 (12 years ago)
Thanks very much John for the info will give 300dpi a try. Time to experiment now the evenings are drawing in.! I have over 10,000 slides so I may have to apply to the wife for time off other jobs! some hope.


John Jones on Oct 09, 2005 21:04 (12 years ago)
Hi Derek,
yes its a scan of a 35mm slide. I use 300dpi for the resolution and scale them at 420% on a Canon Canoscan 3200f which seems to give a reasonable image and file size. Some of them can come in a bit odd looking though sometimes and it only takes one slide in the adaptor at a time so it's quite time consuming. A job for the winter months maybe :-)
Best Regards
John J.
DEREK SANDS on Oct 09, 2005 07:30 (12 years ago)
Nice shot John, is it a scan of a colour slide?
I am getting round to scanning some of my slides for posting. The first results are a bit patchy though.
What resolution did you use? my scanner default is 200dpi.


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