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Photographer:Tom Gulbrandsen [View profile]Title:RAMFORM TITANAdded:Sep 29, 2013
Captured:September 28, 2013IMO:9629885Hits:11,420
Location:Bergen, Norway
Photo Category: Research and Survey Vessels
Description:
Ramform Titan arrives Bergen for the first time.
Here passing the Ask°y bridge right outside Bergen
Vessel Identification
Name:Ramform Titan
IMO:9629885
Flag:Bahamas
MMSI:311000084
Callsign:C6AL9
Technical Data
Vessel type:Research/survey Vessel
Gross tonnage:20,637 tons
Summer DWT:7,351 tons
Length:104 m
Beam:70 m
Draught:6.8 m

Additional Information
Home port:Nassau
Class society:Det Norske Veritas
Build year:2013
AIS Information
Last known position:
37°52’29.34” N, 5°41’26.28” E
Status:Restricted
Speed, course (heading):
3.7kts, 101° (116°)
Destination:
Location:Offshore Algeria
Arrival:15th Mar 2019
14:00:16 UTC
Last update:
5 days 8 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 July 24th, 05:30:08 UTCLas Palmas
2017 December 18th, 09:00:28 UTCAbidjan
2017 December 7th, 08:00:02 UTCLas Palmas
2017 July 7th, 18:00:18 UTCFo Fug>?? ???
2017 May 17th, 06:00:10 UTCGh Tkd>nl Ijm
2016 November 29th, 06:00:46 UTCValetta
2015 October 26th, 06:00:50 UTCCy Lms
2015 September 16th, 15:00:19 UTCPort Said
2015 September 16th, 15:00:10 UTCOffshore Egypt
2015 July 7th, 12:00:11 UTCTowing-keep 7 Nm Cpa
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Photo Comments (23)

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Trucker001 on Jan 11, 2014 09:36 (5 years ago)
makes you wonder where the rest of the ship is where it is wide and short the same time
Captain Ted on Dec 04, 2013 15:24 (5 years ago)
Interesting to say the least,,comes to mind,,what,s, next or unusual ?
roar jensen on Sep 30, 2013 08:49 (5 years ago)
Fantastic series of pictures of a remakable ship.
Congratulations, Tom.
Best regards
Roar.
Jury Gusev on Sep 30, 2013 08:39 (5 years ago)
Very interesting vessel and nice shot!
Brgds Gusev
seaway7228 on Sep 30, 2013 05:49 (5 years ago)
Excellent photos, It would be interesting to see how it performs in rough sea conditions including a moderate swell. Has anyone any idea of its underwater hull shape?
lappino on Sep 30, 2013 05:32 (5 years ago)
Great shot of this Sci-Fi looking vessel!

Rgds

Vlad
Kern Jack on Sep 30, 2013 03:03 (5 years ago)
I would of never thought seeing a ship this wide or in a roughly triangular shape, nice shot though.
Clyde Dickens on Sep 30, 2013 02:11 (5 years ago)
More to come! See http://worldmaritimenews.com/archives/82422/pgs-orders-two-more-ramform-titan-class-vessels-from-mhi-japan/

Great series Tom. Thank you
Lyndon Henry on Sep 30, 2013 00:01 (5 years ago)
great shot but where is the rest of her lol
frode adolfsen on Sep 29, 2013 22:32 (5 years ago)
Great shot !!
Al Ruff on Sep 29, 2013 21:29 (5 years ago)
Great series of photos. Definitely going to my bookmarks. Thanks for posting them.
Brgds, Al
Tom Gulbrandsen on Sep 29, 2013 19:33 (5 years ago)
Thanks for the response! Was about 10 spotters on the bridge this morning and cars stopped completely when they saw this "wall" come towards the bridge :-) I'm gonna try to take the departure also. Find uot when they leave and try to get the keys for the bridges towers again :-)
Gianpaolo on Sep 29, 2013 19:33 (5 years ago)
It is the true the time go on and all changing.
GP
Mark T on Sep 29, 2013 19:26 (5 years ago)
1150+ hits after only 7 hours, excellent!
Jens Boldt on Sep 29, 2013 18:18 (5 years ago)
Fascinating, never seen such before! An extraordinary photo (Well, this applies to the whole set of photos.)
Cheers, Jens
Gerolf Drebes on Sep 29, 2013 17:57 (5 years ago)
Crazy Dimensions, almost more width than length.
Gerolf
Luis del Fresno Miyar on Sep 29, 2013 17:37 (5 years ago)
I belive she is a geosismic vessel, this type is called "cheese portion shape" she tows a lot of floating wires which produce explosions and receive the waves produced in the seabed indicating the possibility of petroleum in the area, this is the reason of the wide stern, to fit as much wires as possible.
Sure many of us met at sea ships of previous generations and notice to mariners and VHF informing about positiˇn course, speed, and the berth to be given.
Beg your pardon if explanation is not very good, I'm not an especialist in this ground.
jubo on Sep 29, 2013 14:58 (5 years ago)
Is this supposed to be part of a ship or is it the final ship afloat- are they mooving to a new shipyard to add more parts
Tom Gulbrandsen on Sep 29, 2013 12:52 (5 years ago)
Thanks :-) It's taken from our popular spotting bridge right outside of Bergen, the Ask°y bridge as seen here
http://www.flickr.com/photos/50855942@N06/5951342041
Mark T on Sep 29, 2013 12:37 (5 years ago)
Amazing shot Tom,
Cheers
ventuari on Sep 29, 2013 12:29 (5 years ago)
Hy Tom
Real nice and impressive shot. From a brigde ?
Congratulations.
MBregards.
ventuari
Knut Helge Schistad on Sep 29, 2013 12:25 (5 years ago)
Great Shot.Tom
Brgds
Knut Helge
Agustin Alapont Castilla (Tino) on Sep 29, 2013 11:47 (5 years ago)
Awesome!
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