Monte D'Oro, Corse & Mega Express Five - IMO 8911516
|Vessel type:||Ro-ro/passenger Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||22,070 tons|
|Summer DWT:||4,155 tons|
|Last known position:|
|43°29’50.28” N, 8°18’47.63” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|17.3kts, 282° (282°)|
|Arrival:||25th May 2013|
|26 seconds ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2013 May 9th, 04:40:03 UTC||Ile Rousse|
|2013 May 8th, 04:50:07 UTC||Marseille|
|2013 May 7th, 18:00:12 UTC||Ile Rousse|
|2013 May 7th, 07:40:08 UTC||Nice|
|2013 May 6th, 21:00:47 UTC||Ile Rousse|
|2013 May 6th, 11:30:52 UTC||Nice|
|2013 April 21st, 18:00:52 UTC||Ile Rousse|
|2013 April 21st, 05:35:44 UTC||Nice|
|2013 April 20th, 20:50:15 UTC||Ile Rousse|
|2013 April 20th, 13:15:29 UTC||Nice||
© Michel FLOCH
Photo Comments (6)
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May I arbitrate on the below issue.
My first intention was to place a comment with text very similar to the one of Henning ("The white one is running astern") ref. to the wording "collision course" mentioned within the first comment. When I saw that Henning had already commented in the same way, I gave up from my initial intention.
Steed, I think the real matter of this issue is, that both Henning and myself did not prior read the text under your: Description.
Ah, I don't think you answer to Mr Dot... Sorry Henning and for the interest to my photo... you too Mr Dot :-) |
I was ref. to the collision course remark |
@ Henning : Yes of course, "Corse leaves the harbour" I wrote, ;-) |
Hi, "CORSE" is going backwards as it looks |
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very intersting three looking like they are on a collision course! mrdot. |