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Photographer:Lanaud [View profile]Title:THALASSA DESGAGNESAdded:Feb 24, 2007
Photo Category: Chemical and Product Tankers
Softly listing. You can see water being pumped out of her. Trouble or repairs? No idea.

she is the ex-Rio Oricono

Montreal, Feb 23 2007
Vessel Identification
Name:Thalassa Desgagnes
Former name(s):
- Rio Orinoco (Until 1993 Jun)
- Orinoco (Until 1982)
- Joasla (Until 1979)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Asphalt/bitumen Tanker
Gross tonnage:5,746 tons
Summer DWT:9,748 tons

Additional Information
Home port:Quebec
Class society:Lloyd´s Shipping Register
Build year:1976
AIS Information
Last known position:
45°27’59.22” N, 73°30’12.12” W
Speed, course (heading):
3.7kts, 347° (347°)
Arrival:13th Oct 2016
13:00:12 UTC
Last update:
2 years 3 months ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2016 October 13th, 13:00:12 UTCNanticoke
2016 April 15th, 15:00:06 UTCSania
2016 February 12th, 15:00:50 UTCMontreal
2016 February 6th, 15:00:43 UTCCap Aux Meules
2016 February 3rd, 04:00:04 UTCTracy
2015 November 27th, 06:00:53 UTCMontreal
2015 November 24th, 23:00:12 UTCHamilton
2015 October 16th, 04:00:03 UTCMontreal
2015 September 20th, 20:30:57 UTCMontreal 94
2015 September 11th, 02:00:20 UTCMontreal
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Photo Comments (4)

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Lanaud on Mar 20, 2007 01:02 (11 years ago)
Good. In a way, it's a relief :-)
She didn't have that list when I pictured her earlier in the Fall, but I guess her Skipper knows her best.

We'll see her along the River then! :-)

Passed by her at lunch. Engine sounds coming from her. Generators probably
Daniel Arseneault on Mar 20, 2007 00:47 (11 years ago)
I just talk to the Master last week, he told me that the ship do have a 'natural' stb list. He did not heard about the rumour that the ship was near sold.
Baima on Feb 24, 2007 07:38 (11 years ago)
I assume the water was the overflow of fresh water (from the air pipe?) they were replenishing as I see a shore hose was connected with the vessel.
Kent Malo on Feb 24, 2007 02:46 (11 years ago)
A right winger looks like. Great photo.
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