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Photographer:Bart Hakze [View profile]Title:Ievoli BlackAdded:Jan 31, 2011
Captured:December 26, 2010IMO:9439242Hits:1,151
Location:Den Helder, Netherlands
Photo Category: Coast Guard
The Dutch Coast Guard ETV Ievoli Black seen moored at her station in Den Helder, the Netherlands, december 2010.

I always wondered why she isn't moored bow to the sea?

Rumours are that her crew is not very happy with the performance & seakeeping of this vessel, they have however always been spoiled by sailing on the Waker (now scrapped after an engineroom fire), a real ocean going tug.
Vessel Identification
Name:Ievoli Black
Technical Data
Vessel type:Offshore Supply Ship
Gross tonnage:2,283 tons
Summer DWT:2,063 tons
Length:70 m
Beam:16 m
Draught:5.1 m

Additional Information
Home port:Napoli
Class society:American Bureau Of Shipping
Build year:2010
AIS Information
Last known position:
57°57’14.08” N, 5°29’54.98” W
Speed, course (heading):
000.3kts, 352° (184°)
Arrival:28th Nov 2018
04:00:54 UTC
Last update:
11 days 10 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 December 29th, 16:15:56 UTCKirkwall (uk)
2018 September 7th, 15:00:00 UTCLochalsh
2018 August 21st, 08:00:36 UTCLochinver
2018 August 14th, 12:00:13 UTCStornoway Anchor
2018 August 10th, 17:00:34 UTCKirkwall (uk)
2018 August 3rd, 15:00:43 UTCStornoway Port
2018 July 28th, 08:00:41 UTCKirkwall (uk)
2018 July 18th, 17:00:58 UTCAssistance
2018 June 29th, 12:00:23 UTCSea Patrol
2018 June 29th, 12:00:16 UTCStornoway Road
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Photo Comments (2)

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E. Vroom on Feb 24, 2011 11:11 (7 years ago)
Hi Bart,

think she's moored nose in, because the controls are on starboard side in the aft section of the bridge where the master has the best overview over the ship,when mooring.
Pieter on Feb 03, 2011 07:20 (7 years ago)
Great photo Bart.My dad sailed on the Waker in 1997 as 2nd engineer. He's originally from Den Oever and I have seen a bit of the area around Den Helder from my travels overseas. cheers - Piet
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