ROYAL VIKING SKY - IMO 7218395
|Vessel type:||Passengers Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||28,551 tons|
|Summer DWT:||5,956 tons|
|Last known position:|
|38°20’34.38” N, 24°24’22.68” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|16.5kts, 47° (44°)|
|Arrival:||26th Mar 2017|
|2 days 1 hour ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2017 March 26th, 03:00:30 UTC||Southampton|
|2017 March 21st, 12:00:51 UTC||Ponta Delgada|
|2017 March 10th, 19:00:41 UTC||Havana|
|2017 February 20th, 14:30:42 UTC||Coquimbo, Chile|
|2017 January 27th, 07:30:41 UTC||Rio De Janeiro|
|2017 January 12th, 07:30:50 UTC||Funchal|
|2017 January 8th, 04:00:59 UTC||Southampton|
|2017 January 5th, 04:00:01 UTC||Liverpool|
|2016 December 27th, 07:00:59 UTC||Las Palmas|
|2016 December 18th, 04:30:08 UTC||Liverpool||
© Mike Barker
© Edson de Lima Lucas
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Beutiful photo Marc. Sun going down, right? :-P
The yellowish hue in the water makes for a more interesting photo.
Actually Holger, she is shown in her lenghtened version which was done as you say in the early 80s. However I took this photo in 1984 shortly after the modifications were done to her.
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another fine photo of a fine ship. She was lengthend together with her sisterships ROYAL VIKING SEA and ROAYL VIKING STAR in the early 1980ies in Bremerhaven at Seebeckwerft. I suppose your photo was taken before she went to Bremerhaven. One of this trio is now the ALBATROS who is a regular visitor to Columbus Cruise Center in Bremerhaven.
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