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Photographer:lappino [View profile]Title:SAE YU DALAdded:Dec 09, 2020
Captured:December 09, 2020IMO:9033804Hits:1,769
Location:Mokpo, Mogpo, Korea (South)
Photo Category: Scrapyard Ships
Documenting her demise at Mokpo North port. Even as she's being broken up, her funnel somehow looks taller...

Also, spot the toilet!
Vessel Identification
Name:Sae Yu Dal
Flag:South Korea
Technical Data
Vessel type:Training Ship
Gross tonnage:3,644 tons
Summer DWT:1,914 tons

Additional Information
Home port:Mokpo
Class society:Korean Shipping Register
Build year:1993
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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jaybird25 on Dec 25, 2020 06:09 (3 months ago)
yeah lappino Build year :27 1993 on one of your previous info note i must of had a few to many beer's that night looking at her age & how quick/the mad rush was to scrap her that's made it worse caput with in a month here is an interesting on in this link from you tube i cold not work in them i think i would rather take my own life
lappino on Dec 23, 2020 15:16 (3 months ago)
She was 27 years old; her owner (Mokpo Maritime University) received a new vessel not long ago, perhaps that is why she was no longer needed. Still, I wonder why they couldn't sell her as the training ship to some other Asian owner...


jaybird25 on Dec 23, 2020 00:07 (3 months ago)
37 years old not in bad shape at all ? from the 4th of December to now look at her ? i don't get it like myself but never mind may be dew to covid the owner can't afford to keep her i don't know she won't be the only one in my opinion
lappino on Dec 15, 2020 09:54 (3 months ago)
Thank you for your comments. As the snow has descended on Mokpo, the cutters have picked up their pace; I've uploaded an update:


FransKerkhof on Dec 15, 2020 09:42 (3 months ago)
Thanks Lappino, you show the evolution of ships from birth to death.
jaybird25 on Dec 15, 2020 00:07 (3 months ago)
or on strike over welder's & electrician's & pipe fitter's arguing over who's cable tray route, or pipe route, air ducking route , having to do thing's twice because the next shift had altered your day before's work even chopped it off or cut it out lots of strike's lot's of nasty trades men in our yard's
jaybird25 on Dec 14, 2020 23:58 (3 months ago)
yeah lappino ! i was starting to think they had gone on strike or walkout or maybe started there Christmas holiday's early worked in many ship yard's & they used to go on strike over silly little thing's like the or the first aider's are on strike so every body is on strike in case there's an accident on board it was always about more money i was just pleased to have a job ship yard's in the uk have always been the same or the one i have worked in have been now most are all gone now very few left
lappino on Dec 12, 2020 10:40 (4 months ago)
I think you're right about the loos, Jaybrid25. There was no real progress in the last three days, but it seems to me that today they have picked up the pace a tiny little bit...


jaybird25 on Dec 11, 2020 22:19 (4 months ago)
They might leave the loo's a little longer save them the running back & forth onto the dockside ! No i think the waste wipe's will all be decommission now yeah i think the funnel's day are numbered lappino
lappino on Dec 10, 2020 13:03 (4 months ago)
Thank you for your comments, Angelgreat and Jaybird25.

I was hoping that today they might take the funnel down - but it looks like they were in no hurry... So, I will hopefully post some updates tomorrow.


jaybird25 on Dec 10, 2020 02:01 (4 months ago)
Angelgreat great shot chop ! chop! amazing look's so simple & easy but i bet it is not obviously the opposite to building a vessel worked on lot's of vessel's but i am only an electrician ! so none of that big hard metal stuff i used to just watch & think oh i am glad i am not doing that
Angelgreat on Dec 10, 2020 00:18 (4 months ago)
Her funnel looks taller because they removed her top decks which included the captains deck. They were obscuring the bottom of the funnel's base. Also, I spotted some urinals.
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