Ocean Turquoise - IMO 9686948
|Vessel type:||Offshore Supply Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||4,335 tons|
|Summer DWT:||5,300 tons|
|Last known position:|
|18°54’13.82” N, 72°52’13.88” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0.1kts, 182° (357°)|
|Arrival:||6th Mar 2019|
|11 days 3 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 December 1st, 14:00:36 UTC||Batam|
|2018 May 29th, 14:00:08 UTC||Batam|
|2017 December 1st, 14:00:26 UTC||Batam|
|2016 December 2nd, 19:00:29 UTC||Selat Pauh|
|2016 April 18th, 09:30:45 UTC||Selat Pauh|
|2016 April 17th, 14:30:16 UTC||Awqi||
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You must think all your birthdays have come together with such a vast & varied collection of vessels in one place !! |
Lots of them are bunkering as well. You see there 100s of small and medium sized bunker tankers.
A few are waiting on renamings. During one week I saw 2 ships, on which the was heavily painting a new name.
Ahh, I see, cheers Paul. So, would you say Singapore is the largest staging area (per vessel)? I know of Colon, Panama for tansits through the canal. |
A number of reasons,Singapore is at the crossroads to Europe so they could be waiting for orders , new crew ,bunkers and stores and provisions. |
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I realise there are hundreds of vessels at anchor in the bay at Singapore but what exactly are they waiting for ? |
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