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Photographer:lappino [View profile]Title:POLIEGOSAdded:Oct 09, 2017
Captured:October 14, 2016IMO:9746621Hits:727
Photo Category: Ships Under Construction
Ready for launching at Sungdong shipyard in Tongyeong, Korea. The photo is one year old, and there are almost no ships left at this shipyard today...
Vessel Identification
Technical Data
Vessel type:-
Length:277 m
Beam:48 m
Draught:9.5 m

Additional Information
AIS Information
Last known position:
35°51’35.82” N, 30°26’26.91” E
Speed, course (heading):
10.4kts, 87° (84°)
Arrival:13th Sep 2017
06:00:46 UTC
Last update:
6 days 18 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2017 September 13th, 06:00:46 UTCCeyhan,turkey
2017 September 4th, 22:30:46 UTCGenoa
2017 July 27th, 12:00:16 UTCPort Said, Egypt
2017 July 15th, 18:00:21 UTCAugusta,italy
2017 July 15th, 18:00:18 UTCSanta Panagia,italy
2017 July 9th, 17:00:17 UTCSea For Orders
2017 June 30th, 21:00:35 UTCCeyhan
2017 June 28th, 17:00:37 UTCPiraeus
2017 June 21st, 19:00:32 UTCTrieste
2017 June 10th, 21:00:57 UTCCeyhan
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Photo Comments (6)

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lappino on Oct 11, 2017 16:27 (6 days ago)
Thanks, Zhang. If I remember correctly, I think I took this photo from the engine casing of another tanker under construction.


delvestudio on Oct 11, 2017 14:18 (6 days ago)
Nice shot!Special angle!Thank you for sharing.Best Regards.Zhang
lappino on Oct 10, 2017 12:22 (7 days ago)
Thanks for your kind words!


Vladimir on Oct 10, 2017 07:14 (7 days ago)
Amazing photo, Thanks for sharing. Best Regards
lappino on Oct 09, 2017 23:56 (8 days ago)
Thanks for your comment, Tonker.

People's jobs were in danger one year ago, now they are simply gone. There were lots of "voluntary retirements" this year; some companies have shed as many as half of their workers. However, resilient as they are, I guess they have just moved on.
This is the biggest crisis in Korea shipbuilding to come in a generation, but it can only get better from here...


tonker on Oct 09, 2017 18:04 (8 days ago)
Excellent photo, thanks, Lappino. Does the fact that there are hardly any newbuilds there now mean people`s jobs are in danger?
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