ShipSpotting.com
Login: Lost Password? SIGN UP
Ship Photo Search
Photo Search - Advanced Search

Haldor Virik - IMO 5140788

Full Screen - Add Comment - Bookmark this photo - Edit Info
Get thumbnail code to post in forum, blog or homepage

New! View the summary page for this ship!
Photo Details
Photographer:Dennis J. Dubinsky [View profile]Title:Haldor VirikAdded:May 15, 2017
Captured:IMO:5140788Hits:1,460
Location:Vancouver, Canada
Photo Category: General cargo ships built 1950-1959 (Over 3000gt)
Description:
The Haldor Virik departs Vancouver with a load of lumber sometime in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Photo found in Antique store.
Vessel Identification
Name:Mayflower
IMO:5140788
Former name(s):
- Lima (Until 1981)
- Kenosha (Until 1976)
- Haldor Virik (Until 1966)
- Neptun (Until 1958)
Technical Data
Vessel type:General Cargo
Gross tonnage:9,125 tons
Summer DWT:13,356 tons

Additional Information
Status:Dead
Build year:1958
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
More Of This Ship
HALDOR VIRIK
© Paul Wille
HALDOR VIRIK
© Malcolm Cranfield
More Of: This Photographer - This Ship - This Ship By This Photographer

Photo Comments (11)

Comments sorting method :
pieter melissen on May 17, 2017 14:09 (4 months ago)
Dennis, that is all very well, but the normal procedure is that you have permission BEFORE you post.
Dennis J. Dubinsky on May 17, 2017 13:00 (4 months ago)
Yes I am aware the photographer retains copyright of his image. He or she will have to provide proof the shot image. I will make that any revenue regarding that image is given to the photographer.
pieter melissen on May 17, 2017 06:33 (4 months ago)
Dennis, I think you are putting things in the wrong order. As a photographer you will always retain the copyright. It is not up him to prove that he has the copyright, it is up to you to prove that you have the photographer's permission to publish the photo. This is the general rule. In this case, the photographer could long be dead, and the copyright could have expired anyway, but in general one is not allowed to publish a photograph without permission.
Dennis J. Dubinsky on May 17, 2017 02:30 (4 months ago)
I know Paul that the photographer will have top provide proof of copyright to me. When he does I will gladly add his name to the caption stating that he owns the copyright on it.
Paul Finnigan on May 17, 2017 01:30 (4 months ago)
As long as he shows the source of the photo in which Dennis has done there is no issue.
Dennis J. Dubinsky on May 16, 2017 23:35 (4 months ago)
I will gladly pass over copyright if someone prices it's their photo.
Allan RO on May 16, 2017 21:37 (4 months ago)
interesting photo, but what are the copyright ramifications of photos found in antique stores ?

Allan
davidships on May 16, 2017 17:40 (4 months ago)
Thanks for jogging the old memory, Dennis.
Dennis J. Dubinsky on May 16, 2017 13:04 (4 months ago)
Canadian Transport, the shipping arm of forestry giant MacMillan and Bloedel Ltd., was the charterer. You can tell by the tree on the smokestack. As a child I remember seeing her and her sister the Roland loading lumber at Chemainus on Vancouver Island. Port Albierni and Chemainus were MB operations.
SteKrueBe on May 16, 2017 09:51 (4 months ago)
Wow, what a beauty! That's by far more gracious than the lines of contemporary super yachts - even as a fully laden cargo vessel.
28. May 1958 - delivered as "Neptun", Yard No. 303 Rheinstahl Nordseewerke, Emden for Det Bergenske, Bergen
1958 - "Haldor Virik" for Viriks Rederi, Sandefjord
1966 - "Kenosha" for Cantalex, Artemis & Neptune Nav Corp, Monrovia
1976 - "Lima" for Consorcio Naviera Peruano, Callao
1981 - "Mayflower" for Troyle Nav, Panama
22. December 1983 - broken up in Shanghai
davidships on May 16, 2017 08:37 (4 months ago)
I cannot remember the name of that Canadian charterer - the fir-tree logo was commonly seen in the UK around that time.

Anything on the back, Dennis?
Please Login to add a comment!

This photo has been shown 1,460 times since it was added to the site.

Copyright © 2017 All rights reserved View airplanes live at RadarBox24.com!