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Photographer:Gianpaolo [View profile]Title:RASHA MOON & NOUR AAdded:Oct 15, 2006
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Photo Category: General cargo ship photos, more than one ship
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TWO MISTERY ???? in Limassol road feb. 2005,any information is apprecieted.
thanks
Gp.
RASHA MOON (upper) NOUR A (lower)
Rasha Moon IMO 7026558
Nour A IMO 5407693
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DEREK SANDS on Dec 19, 2005 11:21 (10 years ago)
Thanks Phil, my memory was only jolted by the fact I had uploaded the Jakob very recently!!
regards
Derek :-)
Ilhan Kermen on Jan 07, 2006 13:14 (10 years ago)
Sietas type coaster is definetely RASHA MOON

built in 1970
IMO No 7026558
Rasha Moon (before 17.Feb.2005-06.Jul.2005)
Al Wasim
Amavisti
Sykron
Chezine
Anna H.
Julia
now her name is Lady M.
Gerolf Drebes shotted Rasha Moon in Istanbul.
http://www.shipspotting.com/modules/myalbum/photo.php?lid=163086
voyage date same.
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Polish built ship is NOUR-A.(or Nour A. sister with Jakob)

built in 1976
IMO No 7405649
Nour-A 28-Dec-2003
Leopard
St.Anton
Andrea
Cairnash
here is her photo as St Anton
http://www.shipspotting.com/modules/myalbum/photo.php?lid=17935


RASHA MOON and NOUR-A. at this port on 16.feb.2005
best regards
ilhan
Arne Jürgens on Dec 17, 2005 10:43 (10 years ago)
The ship in the background is a Sietas type 58 coaster.

Regards Arne
Phil English on Dec 16, 2005 17:07 (10 years ago)
Derek,

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 :-)

Phil
DEREK SANDS on Dec 16, 2005 15:35 (10 years ago)
Phil

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

regards
Derek
Phil English on Dec 16, 2005 13:08 (10 years ago)
Derek,

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:

http://www.shawsavillships.co.uk/carrier.htm

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 (10 years ago)
Gianpaolo.

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.

regards

Derek
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