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Photographer:Fletcher [View profile]Title:ISE PrincessAdded:Nov 18, 2018
Captured:July 24, 2018IMO:9411185Hits:579
Location:Europoort, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Photo Category: Crude Oil Tankers
Beneluxhaven, Europoort.
Vessel Identification
Name:Ise Princess
Technical Data
Vessel type:Crude Oil Tanker
Gross tonnage:55,909 tons
Summer DWT:105,361 tons

Additional Information
Home port:Monrovia
Class society:Lloyd´s Shipping Register
Build year:2009
AIS Information
Last known position:
44°34’20.58” N, 37°54’23.28” E
Speed, course (heading):
0.1kts, 193° (266°)
Arrival:14th Feb 2019
06:30:54 UTC
Last update:
46 seconds ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 September 9th, 04:30:00 UTCGbsul>frdon
2018 August 2nd, 07:00:20 UTCFor Orders
2018 July 21st, 01:00:19 UTCRuulu>nlrtm
2018 July 5th, 05:00:41 UTCRuulu>nlrt
2018 July 5th, 05:00:24 UTCRuulu>nlrtm
2018 June 25th, 10:00:19 UTCDebrb>ruulu
2018 June 22nd, 14:30:35 UTCDebrb>dkska
2018 June 16th, 14:30:37 UTCNostu>debrb
2018 June 4th, 18:00:25 UTCNlrtm>>nostu
2018 May 21st, 22:30:20 UTCRunvs>beanr
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Photo Comments (6)

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smithy166 on Nov 19, 2018 01:47 (3 months ago)
Senior OOW will be in the cargo control room monitoring the tank levels and adjusting ballast as needed.
The Junior OOW will either be in the cargo control room supporting the SOOW, on the bridge doing chart corrections etc, or wherever they're needed.
1 deck rating will be acting as ISPS watchman at the gangway (unless there's a shoreside contractor doing that job), another rating (usually more) will be stationed by the manifold to check for leaks etc, and the other deck ratings will routinely "walk the deck" as part of their rounds to tend to the fore/aft mooring stations and relieve other ratings as needed (for loo breaks, etc.)
The pumpman will usually be on duty in the machinery spaces, along with the EOOW and possibly an engine rating. The pumpman won't routinely enter the pumproom as it'll be an enclosed space, but will instead be alerted to any problems by the OOW on watch in the cargo control room.
For those wondering, the Master is usually chained to their office desk with paperwork.
Pak Agen on Nov 19, 2018 01:29 (3 months ago)
Mr Craig, are you need also to sign in/out visitor book? He he
Pak Agen on Nov 19, 2018 01:28 (3 months ago)
Breakfast time, duty officer at CCR with a cup coffee, one AB duty at crewmess and other standby at gangway for security checking :)
Craig on Nov 19, 2018 00:33 (3 months ago)
The crew would be on deck where the chicksans are connected, stbd side in this case, if anywhere, or at the gangway with their security documentation getting everyone to sign in and out, escorting them to ships office etc
Fletcher on Nov 18, 2018 21:09 (3 months ago)
Thanks Matty, I haven't worked on a tanker before but crew and officers will make checks regularly during the discharge process around the manifold area and also of the mooring ropes as the vessel rises higher out of the water
MattyBoy on Nov 18, 2018 19:43 (3 months ago)
Nice shot Fletcher ! I like the wording on the superstructure "Tradition,Trust,Teamwork". So when a vessel such as this, is unloading, would there be any crew on deck because I don't see anyone within the vicinity of those pipes.
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