POLAR PRINCE - IMO 5329566
|Gross tonnage:||2,062 tons|
|Summer DWT:||960 tons|
|Last known position:|
|47°15’47.82” N, 52°36’25.66” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|10.2kts, 185° (186°)|
|Location:||St. John's, Nl|
|Arrival:||13th Jul 2019|
|2 hours 10 minutes ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 July 13th, 11:00:03 UTC||Nuuk Greenland|
|2017 December 31st, 12:00:55 UTC||Lunenburg Ns|
|2017 October 30th, 05:00:12 UTC||Sydney Bc|
|2017 October 28th, 11:00:15 UTC||Victoria|
|2017 October 25th, 11:30:13 UTC||Saturna|
|2017 October 23rd, 08:30:11 UTC||Vancouver Can Place|
|2017 October 22nd, 23:30:13 UTC||Vancouver Anchorage|
|2017 October 22nd, 17:45:07 UTC||Gibsons|
|2017 October 22nd, 08:30:12 UTC||Gambier|
|2017 October 21st, 11:30:07 UTC||Departure Bay||
© Andrew Lester
© dirk septer
© dirk septer
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She is owned by the burry Group and they are located in clarenville, NL. To my knowledge she is tied up at Clarenville and is for sale. Three years ago she did some work out around the oil fields off Newfoundland, but I don't think she has done much since she was here on drydock.
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Interesting picture. Is the polar prince still owned by the coast guard? If not, who owns its and what she is used for?
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