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Photographer:Jochen Wegener [View profile]Title:NATALIEAdded:Aug 03, 2011
Captured:July 27, 2011IMO:8016110Hits:1,454
Location:Emden, Germany
Photo Category: Supply Ships/Tug Supplies/AHTS
Emden outbound, waiting to enter the Lock.Flag ATG / St.John's. Built 1982 / Singapore Slipway. Ex Seaforth Monarch; Far Scotsman; Scotsman Sea; Ocean Scotsman. GT 1948 tdw 2920 L 67,47 B 17,33 D 6,10 Propulsion: Diesel-electric, 4 x Wärtsilä 8 R 22 C 1177 kw each; 2 x Liaaen Azimuth TCN 92 / 68
Vessel Identification
Flag:Antigua & Barbuda
Former name(s):
- Ocean Scotsman (Until 2009 May 26)
- Scotsman Sea (Until 2007 Mar 22)
- Far Scotsman (Until 2005 Aug 22)
- Seaforth Monarch (Until 1989 Jan)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Offshore Supply Ship
Gross tonnage:1,948 tons
Summer DWT:2,920 tons
Length:67 m
Beam:17 m
Draught:5.4 m

Additional Information
Home port:Saint John's
Class society:Det Norske Veritas
Build year:1982
AIS Information
Last known position:
47°52’44.65” N, 6°36’58.81” W
Speed, course (heading):
8.3kts, 208° (202°)
Location:Dos Bocas
Arrival:24th Jul 2018
11:30:16 UTC
Last update:
1 day 1 hour ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 April 13th, 22:00:59 UTCPraia
2018 March 12th, 22:00:00 UTCCuxhaven
2017 November 27th, 12:00:54 UTCRostock
2017 November 8th, 08:00:25 UTCCuxhaven
2017 November 5th, 20:00:01 UTCGreat Yarmouth
2017 September 19th, 02:00:50 UTCCuxhaven
2017 June 17th, 04:00:43 UTCCuxhaven
2017 June 13th, 06:00:42 UTCZeebrugge
2017 June 13th, 06:00:31 UTCGootebank Area
2017 June 8th, 08:00:54 UTCGootebank Area
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Photo Comments (2)

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captkenn on Oct 10, 2011 12:33 (7 years ago)
She is still looking very good for a ship of nearly 30 years old. I noticed that there are no pictures of her on this site as the Seaforh Monarch. I must put that right!
captkenn on Oct 09, 2011 16:43 (7 years ago)
She is still looking very good. I was Captain of her as the Seaforth Monarch when she was built in 1982 and brought her to the North Sea then we went to Denmark where she as converted to a ship carryig a large underwater dredge serving the telephone and power cables between Denmark and Norway
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