MOBY CORSE & MSC FANTASIA
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|Clive Harvey on Apr 10, 2012 20:20 (7 years ago)|
|I'm trying to see the pretty ship that is referred to in this photo..................|
|Dave Forbes on Apr 10, 2012 19:50 (7 years ago)|
|That funnel is well out of place and oversized.|
|João L on Apr 10, 2012 11:10 (7 years ago)|
|Nice photo! Moby Corse is coming out from the rear of the MSC Fantasia! Good moment!:)|
|Don Fraser on Apr 10, 2012 09:05 (7 years ago)|
|Arjan, I too will be back , so the 'Moby Show' could run and run ! Thanks to all who have commented on my picture; I appreciate them. Moby does add a bit of fun to ship spotting, irrespective of what one may think of the livery of their ships !|
|Don Fraser on Apr 10, 2012 08:55 (7 years ago)|
|Thanks, Bob, for the link to a more sober-suited Moby Corse (as Dana Anglia). Often passengers on ferries line the top deck to look at the cruise ships but with Moby Corse the more interested spectators are on the cruise ships !|
|Arjan Elmendorp on Apr 10, 2012 08:18 (7 years ago)|
Nice pic Don,the tall funnel is very special,perhaps I am able to make a pic of this Moby Corse next month when I start a cruise in Civitaveccha.
|Patagualino on Apr 09, 2012 23:55 (7 years ago)|
IMHO one is Vulgar & Garish & two is Vulgar & Garish.
Although I do agree, it's an interesting composition.
|Søren Rasmussen on Apr 09, 2012 22:48 (7 years ago)|
A very impressive shot! It's kinda like David vs. Goliath, and no offence guys, but when it comes to looking the best, Goliath will certainly win this time... I think the MSC Fantasia class ships are among the prettiest afloat :-)
Thank You very much Don, for uploading this wonderful shot!
|Mr. DOT on Apr 09, 2012 16:39 (7 years ago)|
|a great size comparison, but both are a bit vulgar! mrdot.|
|Michael Brinkmann on Apr 09, 2012 12:35 (7 years ago)|
|For years her funnal was the most important landmark of Esbjerg.|
|Guest on Apr 09, 2012 12:02 (7 years ago)|
When brand new as DANA ANGLIA, she came to the Pool of London, alongside HMS BELFAST, to be "shown-off" by DFDS Seaways. To get her under the upper walkway of Tower Bridge, the top of her funnel had to be left off, to be added later, after she had entered service between Harwich and Esbjerg.
|Dеnis on Apr 09, 2012 11:38 (7 years ago)|
|The one on the left should be classed as "tall ship". Seriously, they made the funnel so tall to just paint Tweety on it? xD|
|Don Fraser on Apr 09, 2012 11:21 (7 years ago)|
|One is vulgar and garish and the other is a photographer's dream ! Thanks for your comment Jens.|
|Jens Boldt on Apr 09, 2012 11:02 (7 years ago)|
Hi Don, that's a fine and interesting composition!
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