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Photo Details
Photographer:Geert van Kesteren [View profile]Title:HOEGH DUBAIAdded:Aug 30, 2007
Captured:IMO:9279329Hits:466
Photo Category: Vehicle Carriers
Description:
PICTURE NOW WITHOUT THE SEAGULL!!
2007-08-25
Vessel Identification
Name:Grand Dolphin
IMO:9279329
Flag:Panama
MMSI:355708000
Callsign:H3WF
Former name(s):
- Hoegh Dubai (Until 2014 Apr)
- Hual Dubai (Until 2006 Oct)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Vehicles Carrier
Gross tonnage:59,217 tons
Summer DWT:18,369 tons

Additional Information
Class society:Korean Shipping Register
Build year:2003
AIS Information
Last known position:
34°41’31.5” N, 135°16’46.08” E
Status:Moored
Speed, course (heading):
0kts, 225° (282°)
Destination:
Location:Jp Ukb
Arrival:20th Jun 2018
19:30:15 UTC
Last update:
18 seconds ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 June 20th, 19:30:15 UTCJp Ukb
2018 June 5th, 13:45:15 UTCSg (pebgb)
2018 May 14th, 18:00:51 UTCZa Plz
2018 April 24th, 23:15:46 UTCDe Brv
2018 April 21st, 22:30:47 UTCBe Anr
2018 April 19th, 12:30:42 UTCGb Imm
2018 April 18th, 08:00:41 UTCGb Til
2018 April 13th, 22:00:42 UTCBe Zee
2018 April 13th, 16:00:45 UTCBe Zee
2018 April 12th, 18:00:46 UTCBe Anr
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Photo Comments (2)

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Geert van Kesteren on Aug 30, 2007 10:29 (10 years ago)
HELLO THERE,

1)
People are not allowed to go further than the small red bouys
2)
When a vessel approaches; the Beachwatch is whistling to warn
3)
Pilots of the vessels are requested to pass slow ahead; especially the outgoing ones, because the incoming-like this one- are already on slow ahead for embarking the riverpilot..
4)
Common sense...
Hope this helped a little...
kind regards
Geert
Zappa
Nathan on Aug 30, 2007 10:15 (10 years ago)
How come people are allowed so close to ship, i meen have you seen the few right out to sea, going for a swim! How come the propellar suction dont get them?
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