Desh Samman - IMO 9467770
|Gross tonnage:||64,397 tons|
|Summer DWT:||114,683 tons|
|Last known position:|
|19°2’47.85” N, 72°32’32.6” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0kts, 245° (356°)|
|Arrival:||19th Oct 2018|
|1 month 6 days ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 August 18th, 01:00:35 UTC||Sing Pebgb|
|2018 July 16th, 06:00:21 UTC||Singapore Pebgb|
|2018 June 20th, 18:00:10 UTC||Jurongg|
|2018 June 17th, 14:00:36 UTC||Singapore_anchorage|
|2018 June 15th, 12:00:14 UTC||Singapore|
|2018 April 4th, 01:00:15 UTC||Fujairaha|
|2018 March 16th, 13:00:10 UTC||Okha|
|2018 February 27th, 10:00:07 UTC||Hajira|
|2017 November 12th, 04:00:45 UTC||Eastern Petrleum|
|2017 November 8th, 04:00:49 UTC||Sebarok Vopak Termin||
© tropic maritime images
© Knut Helge Schistad
Photo Comments (2)
Comments sorting method :
Thanks for your comment.
Yes it is for sure.
Sistervessel of Desh Samman left Ulsan around 11 Feb.with a minimum of ballast.And she was rolling heavily.
Pictures of Desh Suraksha and other ships will follow later.
Have a huge folder filled up with some gigabyte with shippictures.
PS.Only difficult to find time to up load have a family to atend too also.
Please Login to add a comment!
Hi Knut There sure is a lot of tank beneath the waterline when full, isn't there.
This photo has been shown 3,728 times since it was added to the site.