QUEEN VICTORIA - IMO 9320556
|Vessel type:||Passengers Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||90,049 tons|
|Summer DWT:||7,685 tons|
|Last known position:|
|57°5’51.9” N, 8°1’40.98” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|18.8kts, 207° (210°)|
|Arrival:||20th Jul 2018|
|6 hours 59 minutes ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 December 30th, 21:30:42 UTC||Amsterdam|
|2018 July 20th, 03:30:31 UTC||Gb Sou|
|2018 July 18th, 04:45:56 UTC||Segot|
|2018 July 17th, 05:00:24 UTC||Dekel|
|2018 July 14th, 00:30:32 UTC||Ru Led|
|2018 July 13th, 04:30:49 UTC||Fi Hel|
|2018 July 12th, 05:00:04 UTC||Se Vby|
|2018 July 10th, 02:45:55 UTC||Dkcph|
|2018 July 7th, 19:45:36 UTC||De Ham|
|2018 July 6th, 01:45:38 UTC||Gb Sou||
© Lennart Rydberg
© Tobias Langer
© Alf Kåre Aasebø
Photo Comments (7)
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Fernley and Derek: Thanks! Way to kind.
Hello from Tomas
This capture has all the vim and vigour, which is the trade mark of your photogrphy. Thanks for sharing,all the very best Fernley. |
Yeah, sure am lucky!
This is a very large bridge, and the photos from here often turns out very nice.
Tomas, I would love to take pictures from the Verrazano Narrows bridge in New York. But they don't let people walk over there. Too many restrictions in NY. You are lucky! |
Hi Manuel, thanks! I think a photographer should do his very best to make better photos.
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Another excellent shot, Thomas... Thanks for sharing. |
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