MOLESON - IMO 9542831
|Vessel type:||Bulk Carrier|
|Gross tonnage:||22,697 tons|
|Summer DWT:||34,000 tons|
|Last known position:|
|46°14’39.68” N, 30°54’12.5” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|11.4kts, 182° (182°)|
|Arrival:||30th Jan 2020|
|2 hours 17 minutes ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 September 4th, 23:00:28 UTC||Tr Mer|
|2018 August 25th, 19:00:36 UTC||Tr Drc|
|2018 July 6th, 06:00:40 UTC||Br Nat|
|2018 June 11th, 13:00:00 UTC||Us Hou|
|2018 April 3rd, 09:18:39 UTC||Br Ssz|
|2018 March 11th, 08:00:37 UTC||Es Sdr|
|2018 February 17th, 06:00:40 UTC||Dzalg|
|2017 October 7th, 20:00:37 UTC||Za Dur|
|2017 August 24th, 02:00:34 UTC||Gr Skg|
|2017 August 16th, 23:00:32 UTC||Gigib!lmas||
© Martin Palardy
© Martin Palardy
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Hah yes, one man's "not so cold" is one man's freezing! When I went to Greece in April, it was +20 degrees Celcius and everyone was wearing their winter jackets, I wore shorts and a T-shirt...
"not really cold yet. minus one degree" !!! Your measurement scale is different to mine.
It's a beautiful photo Alecksi.
Thank you Derek, the weather was as good as possible, minus one degrees so there was very thin ice as you can see, luckily not really cold yet.
John, thank you again, I'm glad I picked the right day to shoot her, the other days have been totally poor here, gray, gray and gray!
All the best,
Top class picture of a top class modern bulker Aleksi.
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Super shot Aleksi,
Guess the conditions were near perfect for photography, but cold also?
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