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Photographer:lappino [View profile]Title:GHILLIEAdded:Jul 17, 2019
Captured:July 17, 2019IMO:9855331Hits:962
Location:Okpo, Korea (South)
Photo Category: Ships under Construction
Description:
VLCC tanker fitting out at Daewoo shipyard.
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IMO:9855331
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IACSman on Jul 26, 2019 13:18 (24 days ago)
Wow. One learn something every day :-).
@ Vladimir: what was the approx. size (kW) of this thrusters?
Was it fixed blades or CPP?
Just curious...
lappino on Jul 26, 2019 11:36 (24 days ago)
Interesting. You made me think, Vladimir, so I went back and check the (not so many) photos of VLCCs that I have uploaded here. Not one of them with thrusters...

But, I guess there's first time for everything, so I just haven't seen a VLCC with thruster(s) yet. :)

Cheers

Vlad
Vladimir on Jul 26, 2019 10:38 (24 days ago)
http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=2477974
Spend several contracts on VLCC with thrusters.
Best Regards
Vlad
lappino on Jul 26, 2019 09:31 (24 days ago)
Thank you for your comment, IACSman. True, VLCCs are not built to be agile. Like expecting dogfighting skills from an Airbus A380... :)

Cheers

Vlad
IACSman on Jul 26, 2019 08:35 (24 days ago)
"No thrusters?" While I know there is shuttle-tankers having thrusters, I have never seen a VLCC / ULCC fitted with thrusters. The size of such a thruster would be enormous to have any significant effect to actually move a fully loaded 300 000 tons VLCC sideways. And, as another comment say about the tugboats, tugboats (multiple) is a port and terminal requirement both for docking and un-docking vessels on this size. They are truly not famous for their maneuvering capabilities :-)
Very good picture of a NB VLCC.
lappino on Jul 18, 2019 06:30 (1 month ago)
Thank you all for your comments. Here we can see the difference of design between Korean and Japanese built VLCC tankers. They all look "fat", but Japanese design looks fatter... :)

Cheers

Vlad
Hannes van Rijn on Jul 18, 2019 04:00 (1 month ago)
Nice one Vlad.
Dеnis on Jul 17, 2019 20:02 (1 month ago)
Not needed cause there are always tugs at terminals for such ships.
Brett Bachmann on Jul 17, 2019 19:30 (1 month ago)
No thrusters ?
Dеnis on Jul 17, 2019 18:23 (1 month ago)
VLHC = Very Large Helium Carrier
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