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Photo Details
Photographer:José Ricardo Rodriguez Montero [View profile]Title:LUMIANAdded:Mar 08, 2019
Captured:March 07, 2019IMO:8902101Hits:9,095
Location:Corunna, La Coruna, Spain
Photo Category: Casualties
Former name: Claude Moinier II. Suffered an accident, fell down from slipway.
Vessel Identification
Name:Claude Moinier Ii
Former name(s):
- Rabelais (Until 2007 Jun)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Trawler
Gross tonnage:226 tons
Summer DWT:320 tons

Additional Information
Build year:1988
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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George.Schneider on Mar 11, 2019 06:05 (11 months ago)

I've had several photographs hit the top, and I only post on Shipspotting. There's no absolute formula, but certainly photos of damage attract the ghoul in all of us. But one of mine was a stack marking! That one had many thousand hits, but has since been removed because a better one was posted. I can't explain what it takes to be a high-hitter. Like you said, some are awfully average.
simonwp on Mar 10, 2019 10:29 (11 months ago)
Agreed, I load to various Facebook groups, as well as on here, but I post separately, without any links. It creates a false number of hits if you lose hits, and some quite ordinary photographs get into the top three. Perhaps there should be a site policy not to have links, or someway of blocking them.
Emmanuel.L on Mar 10, 2019 07:17 (11 months ago)
I am with you regarding linking photos on different sites Capt., that is why I only load pics on this site only, even my facebook account is inactive.Years ago I used to send photos to Marinetraffic but have since stopped doing so.
Either shipsspotting or none.
Captain Ted on Mar 10, 2019 00:11 (11 months ago)
Emmanuel.L ,,thats the reason why I always opposed the linking of pictures to different sites and when on those sites the hits are counted they are also counted here at Shipspotter. That,s also the reason why one sees always the same posters in the top three spots. A lot people left or don,t upload much anymore,,like me.
Emmanuel.L on Mar 09, 2019 20:36 (11 months ago)
Over 4700 in a little over 24hours, must be record. I have noted that casualties are a major attraction. I hope that no human casualties resulted from this incident.
Jim McQuarrie on Mar 09, 2019 19:22 (11 months ago)
Hi Sydney- My father worked in Scott's Greenock before me HMS Glasgow bombed off ways laid new ones and launched it from there (Scary stuff)
Sydney Sinclair on Mar 09, 2019 18:03 (11 months ago)
In 40 years of working in a shipyard thankfully never had something like this happen it would have been our worst nightmare.
José Ricardo Rodriguez Montero on Mar 09, 2019 16:07 (11 months ago)
Hola Javi, muchas gracias. Esperemos que pronto lo veamos navegando de nuevo. Un fuerte abrazo
javi on Mar 09, 2019 11:09 (11 months ago)
JR, soy Javi San. Eres un fenómeno. Un abrazo desde Santander.
victor radio74 on Mar 09, 2019 00:00 (11 months ago)
Dranatic video here
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