SWAN - IMO 8001000
|Photographer:||Tom Turner [View profile]||Title:||SWAN||Added:||May 02, 2007|
||Heavy Lift Vessels|
|Swan. (Dockwise). Seen here in New York, USA. April, 2007. You'd be amazed (or maybe not) to realize how many folks passing by thought this ship was "sinking". :-D |
|Vessel type:||General Cargo|
|Gross tonnage:||22,788 tons|
|Summer DWT:||30,060 tons|
|Last known position:|
|24°30’50.99” N, 118°6’28.13” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0kts, 317° (315°)|
|Arrival:||28th Sep 2018|
|2 months 16 days 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||
© Aleksi Lindström
© Aleksi Lindström
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Photo Comments (3)
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this is an amazing photo Tom, sure does look like she is sinking. Was she rising or sinking in this shot? |
I am not surprised, if I did not know any better, I would have thought the same as the landlubbers.
I too witness this back in the 80s, it was a vessel similar to this one, don't recall the name, it was in Quebec City , at the Davie Shipbuilding Lauzon, Quebec, across the river from Quebec City, it was taking a jackup drilling plafform , one of the Grand Island series,? to the Gulf of Mexico, I was on the drill rig on official business just before she was moved, one small anecdote, the submersable vessel was arrested for hooking on to cables on the river bed after dropping the anchor in a unauthorised area.
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Once again a fine shot of her. Remember i saw this kind of ship for the first time, thought it was VERY strange. It was the ferncarrier.
Now the asian atlas
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