POLIEGOS - IMO 9746621
|Photographer:||lappino [View profile]||Title:||POLIEGOS||Added:||Oct 09, 2017|
|Captured:||October 14, 2016||IMO:||9746621||Hits:||1,110|
||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...|
|Last known position:|
|36°20’29.07” N, 35°14’57.64” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|8.6kts, 80° (80°)|
|Arrival:||27th Aug 2019|
|2 days 21 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 August 1st, 07:00:03 UTC||Istanbul|
|2018 July 26th, 03:00:02 UTC||Novo|
|2018 July 18th, 05:30:43 UTC||Omisalj Croatia|
|2018 July 10th, 23:30:44 UTC||Trieste|
|2018 June 11th, 00:01:18 UTC||Omisalj Croatia|
|2018 June 9th, 11:27:21 UTC||Trieste|
|2018 May 30th, 18:00:19 UTC||Ceyhan|
|2018 May 27th, 03:30:09 UTC||Pachi|
|2018 May 25th, 07:00:12 UTC||Piraeus|
|2018 May 20th, 00:30:41 UTC||Opl Port Said||
© Christian Plagué
Photo Comments (6)
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Thanks, Zhang. If I remember correctly, I think I took this photo from the engine casing of another tanker under construction.
Nice shot!Special angle!Thank you for sharing.Best Regards.Zhang |
Thanks for your kind words!
Amazing photo, Thanks for sharing. Best Regards |
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...
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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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