BREMER ANNA - IMO 9265665
|Photographer:||jadran [View profile]||Title:||BREMER ANNA||Added:||Jan 26, 2017|
|Captured:||January 25, 2017||IMO:||9265665||Hits:||1,266|
|The small general cargo ship BREMER ANNA seen on the anchorage outside premises of shipyard Viktor Lenac, Rijeka, Croatia;
25 January 2017
( photo captured at 9:52 a.m., temperature 0°C, NE wind 62 knots on this location)
This photo is specially posted for the purpose to well illustrate a winter stormy day at Rijeka (never had an opportunity before to photo document such an occasion: Ship in stormy weather at Rijeka);
- the ship was anchored outside VLS premises ( 2 miles East from port of Rijeka);
- on the location of port of Rijeka (sheltered area), the wind was blowing with a much less force of 25 knots;
- on this particular anchorage spot, outside VLS premises, the gusts of wind were of significantly much-much higher force (as can be recognized from the photo);
- the ship was covered with *water mist* saturated in the air, that was generated by the fierce wind (therefore the photo was not possible to be captured in top quality for what please receive my sincere apology);
- please notice on this photo, how the ship is heeling to its port side due to very strong gusts of wind;
- the ship had later moved from this location to a more sheltered and more calm location in front of port of Rijeka for a more convenient anchorage of the ship;
|Vessel type:||General Cargo|
|Gross tonnage:||3,152 tons|
|Summer DWT:||4,352 tons|
|Last known position:|
|60°25’40.82” N, 19°1’47.81” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|10.4kts, 4° (4°)|
|Arrival:||15th Apr 2019|
|2 days 23 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 September 13th, 04:00:15 UTC||Wismar Ger|
|2018 September 8th, 13:00:06 UTC||Ust'-luga Rus|
|2018 September 4th, 20:00:24 UTC||Oestrand Swe|
|2018 August 31st, 05:00:52 UTC||Gdynia Pol|
|2018 August 24th, 17:00:33 UTC||Ust'-luga Rus|
|2018 August 24th, 17:00:28 UTC||Ust'-luga Rus|
|2018 August 24th, 17:00:27 UTC||Ust'-luga Rus|
|2018 August 24th, 17:00:20 UTC||Ust'-luga Rus|
|2018 August 24th, 17:00:12 UTC||Ust'-luga Rus|
|2018 August 24th, 17:00:03 UTC||Ust'-luga Rus||
© Malte Classens
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Thank you, Geir and Husni , for your nice & very informative comments!
Kind regards /Jadran
Just for additional information:
Only 2 days prior to the capture date of this photo, on the bridge to Island of Krk (on air distance 10 km East from Rijeka) was officially measured wind force of 199 km/hour !!
Actually, Rijeka is known as an area with often very strong winds... the famous Bura (the "bora").
Roger mr.Geir,, 30 C it's OK for me and night time in bed room changed 18 C (air conditioning),,have a nice weekend |
It has been quite windy here in Pattaya as well for a couple of days now but with 30°C it's not so bad going outside after all :-)
Have a nice weekend Jadran.
Makes me happy that you like it, Brett... and many thanks for your *Like* comment!
With my very best regards to you and Cape Town,
Well, Volker my friend, let's just hope then... for the nice & warm summer at Kiel canal this summer (when I come to take the 500 pics in 1 week time that you promised to me! he..he..); greetings from brrrr (+windy) Rijeka at the moment /jadran |
Hello Jadran.Here at the kiel canal it,s cold too. 0-+2°C. feels like -5° C. Cheers Volker |
Yes, indeed, Volker! :-)... one of the Braren Reederei "ever clean" vessels,, this one going to shipyard Viktor Lenac, Rijeka, Croatia for Drydocking, Class survey and repairs (if any repairs are found necessary);
Best regards from Rijeka (today temperatures from -4 to 3°C; stll blowing rather strong wind),
Reederei Roerd Braren Kollmar/Elbe,Germany.Best wishes! |
Just 1 (one) anchor !! because the ship was all the time "circling" and also dragging the anchor,, the Captain later made a smart decision and moved the ship to a more sheltered area, i.e. to a let's say "calm" anchorage in front of port of Rijeka ..... |
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No dropped two anchors for safety? |
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