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Photographer:Pascal Bredel [View profile]Title:LUNA SAdded:Oct 25, 2020
Captured:September 30, 2020IMO:7361491Hits:820
Location:Toulon La Seyne, France
Photo Category: Wrecks & Relics
Stopped since September 2013 in the port of Toulon (France) after the seizure of 20 tons of drugs on board.
Vessel Identification
Name:Luna S
Former name(s):
- Lady Mary (Until 2011 Jun)
- Lady Nemat (Until 2008 Jul)
- Lady Hesen (Until 2007 Feb)
- Seebrise (Until 2004 Dec)
- Lindaunis (Until 1985)
- Hispania (Until 1984)
- Lindaunis (Until 1983)
- Isle Of Man (Until 1981)
- Lindaunis (Until 1980)
Technical Data
Vessel type:General Cargo
Gross tonnage:1,990 tons
Summer DWT:1,530 tons

Additional Information
Status:Under Repair
Class society:Vietnam Shipping Register
Build year:1974
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (6)

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Paul Gerlaing on Oct 26, 2020 17:47 (29 days ago)
Yes a sailboat indeed following a collision.
rarcand on Oct 25, 2020 21:14 (1 month ago)
I was wondering what was in the barge in the fore front. Looks like a sail ship that spent some time under the water.
Pascal Bredel on Oct 25, 2020 15:50 (1 month ago)
Yes, I think that it is the legal procedure which is very long and it is a convincing evidence which should not be destroyed for the moment.
adenanthos on Oct 25, 2020 15:40 (1 month ago)
But why is the ship still there after 7 years?, bureaucracy ?
Pascal Bredel on Oct 25, 2020 15:26 (1 month ago)
That's right Chris, but the drug shipment hadn't been destroyed despite the fire.
Friendships, Pascal.
Ch. Cressent on Oct 25, 2020 12:57 (1 month ago)
Oh yes, I remember it was the crew that set the ship on fire. Thanks for sharing.
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