COMMANDER - IMO 9824186
|Photographer:||Captain Ted [View profile]||Title:||COMMANDER||Added:||Feb 13, 2018|
|Captured:||February 11, 2018||IMO:||9824186||Hits:||255|
|COMMANDER - IMO n° 9824186
Flag (United States of America)
Call Sign WDJ8318
Gross tonnage 1437 (since 01/01/2018)
Type of ship Tug (since 01/01/2018)
Year of build 2018
Status In Service/Commission (since 30/01/2018)
|Last known position:|
|54°25’55.26” N, 131°26’50.58” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|9.9kts, 297° (302°)|
|Arrival:||28th Feb 2018|
|2 months 21 days ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 February 23rd, 04:00:48 UTC||San Diego Cali.|
|2018 February 8th, 12:00:38 UTC||Fourchon||
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PANAMA RESPONDER I seems to have dropped off AIS reports last July, and up to then had been based at Vacamonte, about 12 miles along the Pacific coast, west of the Canal.
You're welcome! If you are in the area again, I'm looking for an old Delaware River tug, now named PANAMA RESPONDER I, possibly working the Pacific end of the canal. Thanks in advance.
Thanks David,, that means we will not see her back in these waters that soon !!! |
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Brand new Edison Chouest tug bound for her working port in Valdez, Alaska.
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