KOMET III - IMO 8919831
|Vessel type:||General Cargo|
|Gross tonnage:||4,169 tons|
|Summer DWT:||4,752 tons|
|Last known position:|
|60°42’34.2” N, 28°43’50.4” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0kts, 31° (324°)|
|Arrival:||22nd Aug 2017|
|40 seconds ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2017 September 2nd, 08:30:20 UTC||Gdansk|
|2017 August 10th, 05:00:44 UTC||Szczecin|
|2017 August 6th, 17:00:28 UTC||Kotka|
|2017 July 24th, 17:00:47 UTC||Rostock|
|2017 July 21st, 19:00:54 UTC||Jelsa|
|2017 July 18th, 12:00:10 UTC||Butzfleth|
|2017 July 12th, 12:00:35 UTC||Nl Vli|
|2017 July 5th, 21:00:52 UTC||Lisboa|
|2017 July 1st, 19:00:49 UTC||Pt Pdl|
|2017 June 24th, 15:30:32 UTC||Pt Lis||
© Juanfra Monzón
© Juanfra Monzón
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Shipping is not my profession but I think there are different reasons for such a incident: The weather, the technologie and/or the physics if the vessels passing each other. |
The embankment seems to be something, many captains try to get out of the way. I just wonder, in one year, how often this does happen, that some crews try to use their ships to drill holes in the embankments ? |
Thanks, Cornelia. She was a Kiel-Canal regular in earlier times. I haven´t seen her since a kiss of the embankment during a Canal transit. :-D |
Nice, and especially this is a ship I did not see before anywhere :-) |
I appreciate your kind comment.
I´m glad that you like it. Yes, I think they are building quality.
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Superb shot Michael, she is lasting well to a credit to her builder!
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