Serenissima - IMO 5142657
|Vessel type:||Passengers Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||2,598 tons|
|Summer DWT:||660 tons|
|Last known position:|
|58°0’37.09” N, 21°32’41.4” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|10.9kts, 166° (165°)|
|Arrival:||16th Aug 2018|
|3 days 12 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|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|
|2018 August 9th, 08:00:32 UTC||St Petersburg|
|2018 August 8th, 06:00:52 UTC||Tallinn|
|2018 August 7th, 06:00:57 UTC||Mariehamn|
|2018 August 6th, 08:00:45 UTC||Stockholm|
|2018 August 3rd, 07:00:24 UTC||Klaipeda|
|2018 August 2nd, 07:00:06 UTC||Gdansk||
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© Roy Batty
© Christoffer Hansen
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Dear Ivan T,
You have absolutely no idea how many times a day I come here to check for an update on this fine vessel. I study every minute detail of this beautiful vessel and always look forward to whatever update you are able to show us.
There is no doubt in my mind that the restoration and upgrade of the former Harald Jarl is done to absolute perfection and that she will be an amazing ship to look out for, wherever she sets sail.
Thank you once again for your updates and images.
Also, today I took another picture of Serenissima. I was surprised seeng that the superstructure is again under the tent. I am not sure if it is worth of posting it, since it looks similar to the one taken on Jan 25, 2013. |
Pakarang, I read it using Google Translator tool, and it did well. It is all very nice. I am glad having participated in it a bit. I like satellite image, too!Thank you for including me! :) |
Pakarang, that nice to see you have put a link to shipspotting in your article.
You're welcome, Pakarang! By the way, is your article published? |
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Dear Ivan T.,
Thank you so very much for the new update... you have no idea how much I appreciate your efforts in bringing these images to us that are too far away. Once again, thank you very much!
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