FEDERAL FRANKLIN - IMO 9317547
|Photographer:||Robert Tremblay [View profile]||Title:||FEDERAL FRANKLIN||Added:||Jan 17, 2011|
|Captured:||January 15, 2011||IMO:||9317547||Hits:||691|
||Bulkers built 2001-2010|
|Federal Franklin aprroaching Rio Tinto Alcan installations in LaBaie making its way following Louis St-Laurent Incebreaker towards Duncan wharf. LaBaie, january 15, 2011
Call Sign : 3ENZ9
MMSI : 354456000
Gross tonnage : 30721 (since 01-01-2008)
DWT : 55303
Type of ship : Bulk Carrier (since 01-01-2008)
Year of build : 2008
Flag : Panama
|Vessel type:||Bulk Carrier|
|Gross tonnage:||30,721 tons|
|Summer DWT:||55,303 tons|
|Last known position:|
|31°1’38.71” N, 122°19’29.35” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|12.8kts, 107° (112°)|
|Arrival:||24th Apr 2018|
|4 days 7 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 April 24th, 00:00:13 UTC||Lianyungang China|
|2018 April 18th, 03:00:45 UTC||Zhenjiang China|
|2018 March 9th, 10:00:49 UTC||Cristobal Panama|
|2017 September 18th, 12:00:40 UTC||Kakinada_india|
|2017 September 13th, 07:30:53 UTC||Kakinada|
|2017 July 26th, 03:00:16 UTC||Santos Brazil|
|2017 April 29th, 12:00:20 UTC||Navlakhi.india|
|2017 April 19th, 17:00:10 UTC||Singapore||
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Hey Magogman when you will come to LaBaie, i will show you that there is lot more than only snow and ice.... People are very warm and welcoming....He! He!
Thanks for your nice comments and welcome aboard in July.....
Beautiful photo Robert! That is one of the new Fednav ships that I have not seen. Keep her icebound until July and I will be up to photograph her! you have captured the essence of Labaie: lots of snow and ice and not much else!!!!!!!!!!! Congratulations on a beautiful photo.
Thanks a lot John, here in Labaie, we use to see lot of the fleet of FedNav ships filled with bauxite most of the time...
Always enjoyable ships to welcome down here.
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Lovely shot Robert. Used to often see the FedNav ships in the Thames here delivering grain back in the 80's but not seen one for a long time now.
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