NASSIA - IMO 7385629
|Photographer:||M.Ender Ozer [View profile]||Title:||NASSIA||Added:||Mar 11, 2006|
|Recycled & reenkarnated to a new vessel as steel. 1990's , Aliaga demolition yards -Turkey
just after seriously damaged by fire and total loss in Istanbul
gross tons: 66822
|Vessel type:||Crude Oil Tanker|
|Gross tonnage:||66,822 tons|
|Summer DWT:||132,517 tons|
© pieter melissen
© M.Ender Ozer
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Gerolf, admin scrapyard ships
Thanks for answer and information.
YEAH, SHE WAS COLLIDED WITH SHIPBROKER AT NORTH EASTERN ENTRANCE OF BOSHPORUS IN 2005 AND DAMAGED COMPLETELY DURING THE FIRE. ABOUT 30 HANDS WERE LOST, BOTH ON NASSIA AND SHIPBROKER.
I WAS ACTED FOR NASSIA.
THANKS FOR SHARING IT
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I gues, that the deformations of the bow are the result of the fire.
Please look at the name of this ship visible here. I cn read the part of name: ...RZA?
Is it old name?
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