ARTEMIS ANGLER - IMO 9181467
|Vessel type:||Research/survey Vessel|
|Gross tonnage:||3,080 tons|
|Summer DWT:||1,000 tons|
|Last known position:|
|23°3’55.88” S, 42°53’13.61” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|8.2kts, 93° (91°)|
|Arrival:||26th Nov 2018|
|7 months 23 days ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 April 4th, 09:00:27 UTC||Rio|
|2018 March 11th, 10:00:27 UTC||Rio De Janeiro|
|2018 March 6th, 10:00:17 UTC||Libra Field|
|2018 January 2nd, 10:00:36 UTC||Rio De Janeiro|
|2017 July 7th, 12:00:19 UTC||Sea Trials|
|2017 April 11th, 19:00:45 UTC||Karmsund/norway|
|2017 April 11th, 12:00:44 UTC||Karmsund/norway|
|2017 February 1st, 16:00:55 UTC||Survey Area|
|2017 January 25th, 16:00:13 UTC||Chaguaramas|
|2016 December 8th, 13:00:19 UTC||Pos Trinidad||
© Lars Staal
© Edson de Lima Lucas
© John O Neill
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The port is called Gravdal. We are all fast at that berth right now. My ship is the Polar King. The Artemis Angler came close to us today and we used our crane to lift 2 paravanes I think they are called on board her. One of them is visible hanging on the side in the photograph.
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Thanks that is one super photograph, you definately have a good eye.
Keep up the good work. Pretty cool vessel, has to be a rare breed!
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