HSC ARTEMIS - IMO 9200225
|Vessel type:||Ro-ro/passenger Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||5,191 tons|
|Summer DWT:||838 tons|
|Last known position:|
|28°9’8.19” N, 15°24’41.42” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0.1kts, 8° (0°)|
|Arrival:||30th Nov 2020|
|2 months 20 days ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 September 10th, 21:30:37 UTC||Aga-tfe-aga|
|2018 July 18th, 22:30:45 UTC||Mjb-lpa|
|2018 June 27th, 22:00:20 UTC||Aga/tci|
|2018 June 16th, 23:00:15 UTC||Mjb-lpac|
|2018 May 24th, 22:30:10 UTC||Mjb-lpa-tci|
|2018 May 23rd, 22:30:52 UTC||Mjb-lpa|
|2018 April 27th, 22:00:16 UTC||Tciaga|
|2018 April 22nd, 22:00:34 UTC||Mjb-lpa-aga-tci|
|2018 April 18th, 22:30:23 UTC||Mjb/lpa/mjb|
|2018 April 12th, 22:30:29 UTC||Mjb-lpa||
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Thanks Emmanuel, my pleasure! |
Thanks Rick, mystery solved, you make a good detective...he..he..
Thanks for the Season wishes, may I reciprocate in wishing all you can wish for to you and all your loved ones.
Take care, stay safe
Perhaps better seen HERE . |
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Hi Emmanuel,firstly, Merry Christmas to you and yours!
As for the 'rails', they would seem to be the top beams of the twin structures which support the aft roof over the weather deck, and probably provide lateral and longitudinal strength to the ship itself.
If you look carefully through the curtains in your other photo, HERE you can see said vertical structures, painted yellow.
All the best,
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