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Photographer:Edson de Lima Lucas [View profile]Title:SCRAPYARD AT SAO GONÇALOAdded:Jun 29, 2017
Captured:June 15, 2017IMO:UnavailableHits:903
Photo Category: Scrapyard Ships
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With the present world oil crisis all the ships in this photo are condemned to go to scrap.
The local is a scrapyard at Sao Gonçalo, a city at Rio de Janeiro metropolitan area.
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Edson de Lima Lucas on Jun 29, 2017 22:07 (2 months ago)
David,
Thanks to confirm The IMO of The LAB's
Edson de Lima Lucas on Jun 29, 2017 20:27 (2 months ago)
Michel S,
During all period of the ex-MÜNSTERLAND at Niteroi she was at a very difficult point to take pictures.
MichaelS on Jun 29, 2017 20:14 (2 months ago)
The ex MÜNSTERLAND left Germany in 2001. Perhaps the ship was in Mexico first, before sailed to Niteroi. Do you have pictures of the ship in Brazil? Will be interesting. So the ship was scrapped 2012 or 2013, right?
Edson de Lima Lucas on Jun 29, 2017 20:08 (2 months ago)
Michel S,
The ex-MÜNSTERLAND arrived to a small shipyard at Niteroi City about 2002/2003. After it the ship was changing wharfs for a period of 10 years until finished at Cassinu Scrapyard.
MichaelS on Jun 29, 2017 19:46 (2 months ago)
Very interesting picture! Thank you! @ Edson de Lima Lucas: Do you know, when GLORIA I ex FEHMARN I ex MÜNSTERLAND was scrapped there? I just found some pictures of her at Cassinu Shipyard. Pictures of scrapping SPIRIT OF BRAZIL VII very welcome. The foremast is gone now I think....
Edson de Lima Lucas on Jun 29, 2017 14:11 (2 months ago)
rd77,
Another ex-German coastal passenger ship finished there some years ago.
It's possible the FEHMARN I - IMO 6412138.
davidships on Jun 29, 2017 13:59 (2 months ago)
The three with the light green bulwarks look like LAB 150 (IMO 9414230), LAB 151 (IMO 9441489) and LAB 152 (IMO 9441491)
Edson de Lima Lucas on Jun 29, 2017 13:46 (2 months ago)
Phil,
The notice to donate this small passenger ship to the Brazilian Navy never concretized.
Phil English on Jun 29, 2017 13:42 (2 months ago)
Ah, looks like our posts crossed, Edson. Thanks for the info!
Phil English on Jun 29, 2017 13:41 (2 months ago)
I think I've got the passenger ship, Ralph:
http://www.naval.com.br/blog/2013/02/17/barco-da-pink-fleet-de-eike-batista-pode-ser-doado-para-a-marinha/

Brgds
Phil
Edson de Lima Lucas on Jun 29, 2017 13:41 (2 months ago)
Other ships in this picture ....
From Left: LAB-152, LAB-151, D'MARCELA, LAB-150 and ASTRO UBARAMA.
Only the ship in the far right is impossible to identify because the distance.
Edson de Lima Lucas on Jun 29, 2017 13:30 (2 months ago)
Correct rd77,
The small passenger ship is the Spirit of Brazil VII - IMO 7305629.
Ex- ADLER CLIPPER
Ex- HARLE EXPRESS
Ex- STADT KIEL I
Ex- ELBE
Phil English on Jun 29, 2017 13:25 (2 months ago)
yes, very interesting Edson, but can you tell us the names of any of the ships in the picture?

Brgds
Phil
rd77 on Jun 29, 2017 13:21 (2 months ago)
Wow, very interesting! Do you know the name of the little passenger ship? I think she was originally from Germany...
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