QUEEN OF OAK BAY - IMO 7902283
|Photographer:||Mr. DOT [View profile]||Title:||QUEEN OF OAK BAY||Added:||May 18, 2013|
|Captured:||May 06, 2013||IMO:||7902283||Hits:||1,108|
|BC Ferries 'Queen of Oak Bay' entering Horseshoe Bay, near the end of its run from Nanaimo, on Vancouver Island - 6 May 2013 [photo © WCK-JST]
This is one of what are called 'C' class ferries, built between 1975 & 1981. There are five vessels in this class.
Photo by my brother Jim, Wett Coast on Flickr
|Vessel type:||Ro-ro/passenger Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||6,969 tons|
|Summer DWT:||1,099 tons|
|Last known position:|
|49°11’36.95” N, 123°57’19.34” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0kts, 124° (176°)|
|Arrival:||30th Nov -0001|
|2 seconds ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2015 November 19th, 00:00:08 UTC||Hsb To Dbay|
|2015 November 16th, 08:00:43 UTC||Horseshoe<>departure|
|2015 November 16th, 08:00:33 UTC||Horseshoe<>departure|
|2015 February 7th, 23:00:57 UTC||Van Hbr|
|2015 February 7th, 20:00:42 UTC||Depbay Sea Trials|
|2014 September 16th, 07:00:28 UTC||Horseshoe<>departure|
|2014 March 6th, 00:00:13 UTC||Departure Bay|
|2014 January 21st, 07:30:24 UTC||Horseshoe Bay|
|2012 January 3rd, 08:00:58 UTC||Deas|
|2012 January 3rd, 08:00:10 UTC||Horseshoe<>departure||
Photo Comments (5)
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Nice shot of a strange looking "boat".
someone used a knife and cut the stern an the bow! |
of course this is my brother's digital work, he, unlike me, is anchored in the present generation, but we are working as a team! mrdot. |
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Very picturesque, Mr. DOT!
I like it very much! Regards Marc
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