Ievoli Black - IMO 9439242
|Photographer:||Bart Hakze [View profile]||Title:||Ievoli Black||Added:||Jan 31, 2011|
|Captured:||December 26, 2010||IMO:||9439242||Hits:||1,151|
|Location:||Den Helder, Netherlands|
|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 type:||Offshore Supply Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||2,283 tons|
|Summer DWT:||2,063 tons|
|Last known position:|
|57°57’14.08” N, 5°29’54.98” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|000.3kts, 352° (184°)|
|Arrival:||28th Nov 2018|
|11 days 10 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 December 29th, 16:15:56 UTC||Kirkwall (uk)|
|2018 September 7th, 15:00:00 UTC||Lochalsh|
|2018 August 21st, 08:00:36 UTC||Lochinver|
|2018 August 14th, 12:00:13 UTC||Stornoway Anchor|
|2018 August 10th, 17:00:34 UTC||Kirkwall (uk)|
|2018 August 3rd, 15:00:43 UTC||Stornoway Port|
|2018 July 28th, 08:00:41 UTC||Kirkwall (uk)|
|2018 July 18th, 17:00:58 UTC||Assistance|
|2018 June 29th, 12:00:23 UTC||Sea Patrol|
|2018 June 29th, 12:00:16 UTC||Stornoway Road||
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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.
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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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