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Photographer:bendt nielsen [View profile]Title:WESTERN PATRIOTAdded:Aug 23, 2018
Captured:August 22, 2018IMO:9050448Hits:760
Location:Grenaa, Denmark
Photo Category: Scrapyard Ships
Description:
The last remnants of WESTERN PATRIOT.

WESTERN PATRIOT arrived on 17-01-2018 in tow of FFS AMARANTH IMO: 9161012 for Fornaes Shipbreaking Ltd. Grenaa / Denmark where she will be environmentally friendly scrapped.

Shipyard: Ulstein Verft Ltd / Norway
Yard No: 233
Construction Year: 1993

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Vessel Identification
Name:Western Patriot
IMO:9050448
Flag:Panama
MMSI:352274000
Callsign:HP7161
Technical Data
Vessel type:Research/survey Vessel
Gross tonnage:3,586 tons
Summer DWT:2,925 tons

Additional Information
Class society:Det Norske Veritas
Build year:1993
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (6)

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bendt nielsen on Aug 24, 2018 20:03 (6 months ago)
Hello Volker,Always glad to hear from You!

Thanks for your comments !

Best Regards
Bendt
volker1948 on Aug 24, 2018 15:12 (6 months ago)
Hello Bendt.Glad to see new shots from Greena!Best wishes.Volker.
bendt nielsen on Aug 24, 2018 11:25 (6 months ago)
Oh yes Paul is running at full pressure.

Thank you for your comments.

Best Regards
Bendt
Paul Bradshaw on Aug 23, 2018 22:51 (6 months ago)
Great to see the local yards still in business!
bendt nielsen on Aug 23, 2018 21:33 (6 months ago)
You can never have enough steel Jens, it is the firm favorite meal and dessert is strawberry pie :-)))

And no, it is not normal to the long of dismantling time but it was a tough one and she was at one point moved around and then come to lie on hold, then came back to crane quay and made ready to be pulled ashore the happens occasionally.

Thanks for the comment Jens

Best Regards
Bendt
Jens Boldt on Aug 23, 2018 18:11 (6 months ago)
"For whom the bell tolls" or "Greedy Greena's insatiable hunger for steel"... :-))

As always a most interesting set of photos of a ship's end. As I have no idea about it - is seven months a normal time span for the demolition of a ship of that size? I assume that compared to Aliaga or the far eastern scrapyards Grenaa has a rather small scrapping facility...

Cheers
Jens
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