MAERSK NOMAD - IMO 9424778
|Vessel type:||Multi Purpose Offshore Vessel|
|Gross tonnage:||5,903 tons|
|Summer DWT:||4,582 tons|
|Last known position:|
|1°15’53.64” N, 103°52’40.8” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0.2kts, 248° (343°)|
|Arrival:||14th Dec 2011|
|2 years 3 months ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2011 December 14th, 08:00:21 UTC||Singapore|
|2011 August 15th, 12:00:32 UTC||Las Palmas|
|2011 August 7th, 18:00:24 UTC||Rotterdam|
|2011 July 27th, 06:00:38 UTC||Tarten Alpha|
|2011 July 17th, 15:00:59 UTC||Aberdeen|
|2011 July 12th, 04:00:39 UTC||Kotka|
|2011 July 11th, 01:00:00 UTC||Solitaire|
|2011 July 10th, 14:00:41 UTC||Kotka||
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I also find this very interesting. It is complemented by the Shipspotting contributors, as you can follow the vessels travels. July in St. Johns, Canada. September in Britian. January in Finland. These vessels are very versitile. I assumed they only transported supplys to the Hibernia platforms out of St. Johns, but it seems they can go anywhere in the world to pick up supplies. Very impressive. |
Hello Richard, thank you very much for the comment, I hope you have a nice stay in Hanko, a quiet town in the winter time but full of tourists in the summer! I'll be in Hanko again tomorrow evening. All the best, Aleksi |
Aleksi I think these pictures are extremly interesting and thanks for posting them! It is actually my new background picture! I have to admit though I am a little prejudiced....Rick Durnford (Captain) Maersk Nomad |
Nice that you understood. Hmmm... |
As my German friends would say: "Ach so!"
Well many are highly interested in the offshore business from a Finnish viewpoint as it is EXTREMELY RARE to see any offshore vessels in any ports in Finland! So now you have the explanation... |
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Am I missing out on something here?
What is so interesting about some Maersk supply boats in Hanko?
They are nice pics but not (to me, anyway) all that interesting!