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MIDNATSOL - IMO 8019356

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Photo Details
Photographer:Benoit Donne [View profile]Title:MIDNATSOLAdded:May 18, 2008
Captured:IMO:8019356Hits:753
Photo Category: Ferries
Description:
Midnatsol at Trondheim

IMO corrected
PE adm
Vessel Identification
Name:National Geographic Explorer
IMO:8019356
Flag:Bahamas
MMSI:309336000
Callsign:C6WR2
Former name(s):
- Lyngen (Until 2008 Jun)
- Midnatsol Ii (Until 2005 Sep)
- Midnatsol (Until 2003 May)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Passengers Ship
Gross tonnage:6,471 tons
Summer DWT:1,301 tons
Length:112 m
Beam:16 m
Draught:4.8 m

Additional Information
Home port:Nassau
Class society:Det Norske Veritas
Build year:1982
AIS Information
Last known position:
55°1’49.45” S, 66°44’41.32” W
Status:Underway
Speed, course (heading):
16.1kts, 131° (131°)
Destination:
Location:Ushuaia
Arrival:8th Dec 2016
21:00:55 UTC
Last update:
54 minutes 31 seconds ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2016 December 8th, 21:00:55 UTCUshuaia
2016 November 28th, 21:00:03 UTCUshuaia
2016 November 1st, 21:00:25 UTCAntartica
2016 October 23rd, 16:30:31 UTCIsla Estados
2016 October 22nd, 16:30:40 UTCUshuaia
2016 October 22nd, 07:00:42 UTCCape Horn
2015 September 11th, 06:00:38 UTCSt. John Nl
2015 August 18th, 07:00:28 UTCKangerlussuaq
2015 July 29th, 06:00:10 UTCKangerlussuak
2015 July 28th, 08:30:31 UTCSangmissoq
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Photo Comments (2)

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Pieter Inpyn on Jul 25, 2013 08:54 (3 years ago)
Picture shows the former MIDNATSOL, imo 8019356, the present LYNGEN
blackfoot on Jul 25, 2013 08:40 (3 years ago)
Build Year 2003. Photo taken 2000. Here ist something wrong. Two vessel with the same name is o.k. But two vessel with same name and same IMO-number is impossible.
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