QUEEN MARY 2 & NAVIGATOR OF THE SEAS - IMO 9241061
|Vessel type:||Passengers Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||148,528 tons|
|Summer DWT:||19,189 tons|
|Last known position:|
|62°26’43.05” N, 6°6’45.55” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|5.9kts, 268° (265°)|
|Arrival:||19th Jun 2018|
|1 day 18 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 June 19th, 04:45:16 UTC||Gbsou>nobgo|
|2018 June 17th, 07:45:56 UTC||Southampton, Gb|
|2018 June 17th, 07:45:05 UTC||Usnyc>gbsou|
|2018 June 10th, 02:45:45 UTC||New York, Usa|
|2018 May 30th, 07:00:05 UTC||Gb Sou|
|2018 May 29th, 04:30:06 UTC||St Peter Port|
|2018 May 29th, 04:30:04 UTC||Gg- St Peter Port|
|2018 May 24th, 07:15:02 UTC||Gb Sou|
|2018 May 17th, 07:15:01 UTC||Us Nyc|
|2018 May 10th, 02:15:49 UTC||Gb Sou||
© Ulf Kornfeld
Photo Comments (3)
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You simply don,t get any better than this.Two giants of the sea together.The back ground is simply magnificent.A photographers dream here.You have put the cap on the whole cruise liner section!Very very well done !![i][color=0000FF]Regards Jim[/color][/i] |
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Yeah - a really great picture!
Two giants caught in one single photo (and in this angle and light) is just a magnificent effort - fantastic!
Thanks for posting.
Sřren from Denmark
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