Serenissima - IMO 5142657
|Vessel type:||Passengers Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||2,598 tons|
|Summer DWT:||660 tons|
|Last known position:|
|67°56’10.7” N, 13°6’1.17” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0kts, 66° (56°)|
|Arrival:||16th Jun 2019|
|48 seconds ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 September 12th, 08:00:46 UTC||Valencia|
|2018 September 6th, 06:00:58 UTC||Dover|
|2018 September 5th, 12:00:45 UTC||Oostende|
|2018 August 31st, 07:15:52 UTC||Gdansk|
|2018 August 27th, 10:00:25 UTC||Tallinn|
|2018 August 22nd, 03:00:37 UTC||Stockholm|
|2018 August 16th, 09:00:31 UTC||Tallinn|
|2018 August 14th, 03:35:20 UTC||St.petersburg|
|2018 August 13th, 06:30:03 UTC||Kotka|
|2018 August 12th, 08:30:19 UTC||Helsinki||
© JosÚ Ricardo Rodriguez Montero
© Lyndon Henry
© Lyndon Henry
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Jadran, to me it seems that this is the same old funnel (or, at least, VERY precise copy), just with more white and less black painting. |
Today & now being ... her funnel is modified/changed, especially in the FRONT PART.
It seems almost like a new funnel ... is it now on the ship only the modified existing funnel or maybe a completely new funnel !??
One technical logic & supposition:
The funnels on the ships are constructed of minimum thick steel plates, 5-7 mm thickness (herewith not saying aluminum).
Due to the original aged-age of the ship & the environment conditions where this ship was sailing in the past times, the original funnel must got thoroughly wasted in its thickness, and the supposition is that the Classification Society & the Owners decided to construct a new funnel.
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Thank you very much for the update, Ivan! |
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