UNLU 2 - IMO 9111761
|Vessel type:||General Cargo|
|Gross tonnage:||1,941 tons|
|Summer DWT:||3,085 tons|
|Last known position:|
|46°17’45.18” N, 30°44’46.56” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|8.6kts, 124° (127°)|
|Arrival:||24th Oct 2018|
|6 days 21 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 September 7th, 12:00:19 UTC||Sikop.|
|2018 August 24th, 17:00:13 UTC||Trdil.|
|2018 August 13th, 02:00:32 UTC||Uailk.|
|2018 August 11th, 23:00:11 UTC||Uaods.|
|2018 April 28th, 08:00:03 UTC||Greele|
|2017 December 1st, 14:00:07 UTC||Order|
|2017 November 28th, 01:00:03 UTC||Cy Lms|
|2017 October 31st, 20:00:35 UTC||Dz Aae|
|2017 October 13th, 08:00:45 UTC||Dz Bja|
|2017 October 3rd, 03:00:14 UTC||Ua Nik||
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Hi @Matty, no, at no time will a commercial vsl deploy a launch of their own, let alone during transit of Suez. Transiting the Suez is in convoy and under protection. Otherwise in the HRA the latest BMP5 is applicable. Should you wish to obtain a copy of the updated BMP5, please send me a msg and I will gladly send it to you. Brett. |
Interesting looking pirate skiff on the stern, 2nd deck up. Is that when she's traversing the Suez canal? |
A very good picture explanation of the chartering term NAABSA (Not Always Afloat But Safely Aground).
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