SWAN - IMO 8001000
|Vessel type:||General Cargo|
|Gross tonnage:||22,788 tons|
|Summer DWT:||30,060 tons|
|Last known position:|
|27°35’2.71” N, 15°15’13.94” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|13.9kts, 202° (196°)|
|Arrival:||28th Sep 2018|
|1 day 3 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 September 28th, 18:00:59 UTC||Shanghai/china|
|2018 August 3rd, 13:00:56 UTC||Firth Of Forth/uk|
|2018 July 20th, 06:00:57 UTC||Scheviningen|
|2018 July 19th, 03:40:55 UTC||Vlissingen|
|2018 June 15th, 01:00:01 UTC||Nueva_palmira|
|2018 May 20th, 04:00:58 UTC||Rotterdam|
|2018 April 28th, 12:00:57 UTC||Sassnitz|
|2018 April 1st, 16:00:53 UTC||Portobelo|
|2018 March 30th, 04:30:55 UTC||Cristobal,panama|
|2017 November 23rd, 14:00:09 UTC||Savannah||
© Lukas Eckhardt
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And we appreciate all such lessons that makes us a bit wiser.
The Dyvi vessels were later sold to mr. John Fredriksen, the tanker tycoon / Frontline owner. He later sold them to Dockwise. - Now, years later, Fredriksen has formed a new heavylift company who´s merging with - yep; Dockwise.
Regards / Tore
Maybe Tom knew, but I didn't, thanks for the History lesson. :-) |
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Hello mr Turner, nice shot of swan. This one was buildt in my neightbour-town of tønsberg Norway. I was ten years at the time, and thought it was very strange that they could build a half ship like that, hehe! That yard also build a sistervessel, the dyvi tern.
Swans name was also dyvi swan. Well, that was todays history-lesson, surely you knew it all before..
Tomas sandefjord Norway
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