ONEGO BREEZE - IMO 8711306
|Vessel type:||General Cargo|
|Gross tonnage:||7,075 tons|
|Summer DWT:||7,346 tons|
|Last known position:|
|51°21’46.27” N, 2°46’0.59” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|9.1kts, 269° (271°)|
|Arrival:||8th Nov 2017|
|12 days 9 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2017 November 8th, 10:00:03 UTC||Zeebrugge|
|2017 October 30th, 05:00:37 UTC||Rotterdam|
|2017 April 17th, 08:00:28 UTC||Sabetta|
|2017 April 15th, 08:00:44 UTC||Sabetta|
|2017 April 2nd, 05:00:21 UTC||Zeebrugge|
|2017 March 8th, 12:00:15 UTC||Sabetta|
|2017 February 16th, 13:00:20 UTC||Zeebrugge|
|2017 February 15th, 08:00:44 UTC||Zeebgugge|
|2017 January 28th, 04:00:18 UTC||Sabetta|
|2017 January 5th, 06:00:37 UTC||Zeebrugge||
© Eugene Iron
© Eugene Iron
© Pieter Inpyn
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Thanks for the extra positive comments on today's takings. These are always appreciated. Makes a difference with other people's drasticly low and unwarranted ratings...
Anyway, in winter most Montréal departures are early in the morning (between 6am and 8am). The upbound ships such as this one often spend the night at Trois-Rivières before departing for Montréal also at around 6-7am.
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Another great shot Marc, must have been a pretty busy day in Montreal by Winter standards. Do all the boats come by in the morning? if so what time frame? |
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