RASHA MOON & NOUR A
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|DEREK SANDS on Dec 19, 2005 11:21 (12 years ago)|
Thanks Phil, my memory was only jolted by the fact I had uploaded the Jakob very recently!!
|Ilhan Kermen on Jan 07, 2006 13:14 (12 years ago)|
Sietas type coaster is definetely RASHA MOON
built in 1970
IMO No 7026558
Rasha Moon (before 17.Feb.2005-06.Jul.2005)
now her name is Lady M.
Gerolf Drebes shotted Rasha Moon in Istanbul.
voyage date same.
Polish built ship is NOUR-A.(or Nour A. sister with Jakob)
built in 1976
IMO No 7405649
here is her photo as St Anton
RASHA MOON and NOUR-A. at this port on 16.feb.2005
|Arne Jürgens on Dec 17, 2005 10:43 (12 years ago)|
The ship in the background is a Sietas type 58 coaster.
|Phil English on Dec 16, 2005 17:07 (12 years ago)|
I take it back, you are right :-)
There was obviously more than the two classes of Cairn ships that I was thinking of.
Your memory is clearly in much better shape than mine :-)
|DEREK SANDS on Dec 16, 2005 15:35 (12 years ago)|
please see my uploaded photo of Jakob an ex cairn line coaster which is very similar indeed. However I'm not about to fall out with you if you disagree
|Phil English on Dec 16, 2005 13:08 (12 years ago)|
I would agree with you regarding the ship behind, definately a late 60s Sietas build ship.
However, I don't think that the one in the foreground is a former Cairn Line. The mid 70s built were rather more boxy in appearance. See:
They also had some slightly older ships which I think were reminiscent of Prince Line vessels.
I'd be more inclined to think that she is another German build.
|DEREK SANDS on Dec 14, 2005 07:33 (12 years ago)|
I would almost definately say that the nearest vessel to the camera, is formerly British.
Shaw Savill (Cairn Line) had some ships of this type
I am not sure where they were built. I know for certain that some of this class are still around. I saw one in Ipswich in 2003. The other vessel appears to be an early Seitas type built in the late sixties.
hope this is of some help.
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