ALBATROS - IMO 7304314
|Photographer:||Clyde Dickens [View profile]||Title:||ALBATROS||Added:||Feb 19, 2016|
|Captured:||February 19, 2016||IMO:||7304314||Hits:||1,869|
||Cruise Ships built 1971-1980|
|Sydney Harbour, coming in with the sun. Off Steele Point Rose Bay, 19 February 2016.
Vessel at 33°50'43.79" S 151°15'32.89" E
IMO number : 7304314
Name of ship : ALBATROS (since 01/03/2004)
Call Sign : C6CN4
MMSI : 308784000
Gross tonnage : 28518 (during 2003)
DWT : 5936
Type of ship : Passenger (Cruise) Ship (during 1973)
Year of build : 1973
Flag : Bahamas (since 01/11/1973)
|Vessel type:||Passengers Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||28,518 tons|
|Summer DWT:||5,123 tons|
|Last known position:|
|41°11’57.15” N, 8°51’0.6” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|18.0kts, 303° (304°)|
|Location:||San Sebastian/la Gom|
|Arrival:||15th Oct 2018|
|8 hours 21 minutes ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 October 7th, 05:30:31 UTC||Bodo/norway|
|2018 September 9th, 02:00:52 UTC||St. Petersburg|
|2018 September 3rd, 11:00:38 UTC||Visby|
|2018 September 2nd, 05:00:40 UTC||Copenhagen|
|2018 August 27th, 06:30:54 UTC||Hafnafjordur/iceland|
|2018 August 24th, 16:00:08 UTC||Qaqortoq|
|2018 August 22nd, 18:00:13 UTC||Nuuk|
|2018 August 17th, 09:15:17 UTC||Sisimiut|
|2018 August 13th, 04:00:34 UTC||Ammassalik/greenland|
|2018 August 10th, 07:00:49 UTC||Eskifjordur/iceland||
Photo Comments (11)
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I thought you were the sentimental type Bob, now I know.
I have cruised on both her sisters and love them to biits.I hear that Albatross is even more luxuriously appointed than the Fred Olsen duo. It is noticeable, though, that there is an on-going struggle to keep these old ladies in tip-top condition (especially replacing rusty bits). I hope they can keep on top of it because I have bookings until 2007! |
@ Pieter, Jadran, Dennis, Thank you all for your Comments.
It was taken before the fleet of commuter ferries appeared on the scene, hence the "empty" water!
The nicest looking class of cruise ship ever made.
Hello Clyde,, at what morning hour did you capture this wonderful photograph..... must have been very early !! seemingly no traffic on the Sydney roads at those early hours except for this cruise ship ( I'm well aware that the Sydney roads are usually 'overcrowded' during the rest of the day time hehehe). regards |
She is a real old lady now, made four cruises in her and one time my cabin flooded and one time my corridor flooded. Otherwise a fine, relaxing ship, with good deck space, nice promenade deck all around, large heated swimming pool. Sailing with 99 % German speaking passengers, European ship- & cruisecrew and Philippines hotel-staff. In short: a real ship and not a floating amusement park annex apartment block! |
She is over 40 years old and still paying her way!
From Serene Sydney, thank you Tony and David
Wow, that's Clyde at his best, I guess;) What a serene and beautiful shot, which could well originate from another century! |
Clyde, sorry should have said Royal Viking Sea. |
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Fantastic photo Clyde.. I remember photographing her as Royal Viking Sun. Cheers |
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