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Photographer:Tomas Østberg- Jacobsen [View profile]Title:TS EchoAdded:Sep 09, 2017
Captured:September 09, 2017IMO:9719367Hits:750
Location:Heroya, Grenland Harbour, Norway
Photo Category: Bulkers built 2011-2020
"TS Echo" at Frier anchorage Norway.
Photo by Tomas & Son.

"TS Echo"
Vessel Identification
Technical Data
Vessel type:Bulk Carrier
Gross tonnage:25,500 tons
Summer DWT:38,500 tons
Length:182 m
Beam:30 m
Draught:9.8 m

Additional Information
Status:In Build
AIS Information
Last known position:
48°37’31.68” N, 6°3’10.2” W
Speed, course (heading):
13.2kts, 210° (205°)
Location:Fortaleza Brz
Arrival:25th Jul 2018
21:00:41 UTC
Last update:
1 month 6 days ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 December 9th, 08:00:49 UTCVeracruz/mexico
2018 July 25th, 21:00:41 UTCFortaleza Brz
2018 June 27th, 21:00:14 UTCKaliningrad/rassia
2018 June 23rd, 03:00:06 UTCFalmouth
2018 June 23rd, 02:00:57 UTCFalmouth
2018 June 23rd, 02:00:56 UTCFalmot
2018 June 23rd, 02:00:55 UTCFalmouth
2018 June 23rd, 02:00:55 UTCFalmot
2018 June 23rd, 02:00:55 UTCFalmouth
2018 June 23rd, 02:00:55 UTCFalmouth
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Photo Comments (8)

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Tomas Østberg- Jacobsen on Sep 10, 2017 17:57 (11 months ago)
Sure can, I was'nt really aware that the object was that far away, will get my act together, hehehe!
Patrick Hill on Sep 10, 2017 17:44 (11 months ago)
Hi Tomas,

I didn't want to cause any trouble, I understand your commercial clients needs and the laws and safety of flying the drone, but possibly you could crop the photos for inclusion on this site to better meet the sites objectives?

Daniel Bérubé on Sep 10, 2017 16:58 (11 months ago)
I know it is better to fly a drone higher in the sky because when too close to the vessel, the camera will show a distorted view of the ship as with a fisheye lens. Many such photos on this site where the foc'sle seems to be as long as half the ship length.
Tomas Østberg- Jacobsen on Sep 10, 2017 15:34 (11 months ago)
The thing is: Most of the owners/operators i deliver films and pictures to, require a bit of air around their vessels. So i must try to suit their needs. number two, i try to stay away from the ships in worst case scenario that the drone would malfunction. Id rather have it drop in the ocean/woods or whatever instead of something would happen onboard the ship. I have seen footage where the drone have been VERY close to a ship, and i know for a fact that owners are aware of this, and not happy about it.

If it had been up to me, i would have been closer, by the way.

Patrick Hill on Sep 10, 2017 08:17 (11 months ago)
I'm afraid I'm with Bob on this one. This is, after all, a ship spotting site. In this image the ship is around 50% of the image width and could have filled the frame much better. The angle is perfect, just needed to be closer.
Matty - waterline shot with green :)
Tomas Østberg- Jacobsen on Sep 09, 2017 14:50 (11 months ago)
Good point Bob. I like a bit of scenary around the photos though.
MattyBoy on Sep 09, 2017 13:13 (11 months ago)
Interesting shot, however I must retort. Loving the green in this shot. Something you don't get at waterline level.
Bob Scott on Sep 09, 2017 12:51 (11 months ago)
Although a good quality photograph, in my personal opinion, the drone was flying too high in this instance and the ship is frustratingly too far away to properly examine its details. Call me an oddball if you like but it's the ships on this site I'm interested in, not the skill or artistry of the photographers.
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