SEVEN SEAS NAVIGATOR - IMO 9064126
|Vessel type:||Passengers Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||28,803 tons|
|Summer DWT:||3,342 tons|
|Last known position:|
|9°10’52.12” N, 79°52’17.27” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|8.3kts, 121° (120°)|
|Location:||Rio De Janeiro|
|Arrival:||29th Apr 2018|
|10 days 0 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 April 29th, 10:30:37 UTC||Rio De Janeiro|
|2018 April 28th, 08:00:29 UTC||Santos|
|2018 March 13th, 23:30:58 UTC||Port Klang|
|2018 February 12th, 00:00:32 UTC||Milford Sound|
|2018 February 7th, 20:00:42 UTC||Napier|
|2018 January 8th, 13:30:11 UTC||Los Angeles|
|2017 December 29th, 13:30:40 UTC||Los Angeles, Us|
|2017 December 12th, 13:00:33 UTC||Ensenada, Mexico|
|2017 November 27th, 13:00:25 UTC||Georgetown|
|2017 November 25th, 10:15:03 UTC||Miami||
© John Kent
© John Kent
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Thanks for your comment, yes I was lucky with the
light that day.
Three superb shots of this one Ken, great colours and light.
Many thanks for your kind remark, the original intention was to catch her at Greenwich but when I found she was due in at 14-00 I knew the sun would be wrong so shot down to Gravesend.
They use to moor at Greenwich around 06-00 but the Nippon arrived at 14-00 as well, anyway better at Gravesend, haven't got all the clutter in the foreground.
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I'm glad you caught this rare visitor to the Thames in your usual fine style. A great shot of an interesting visitor.
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