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Photographer:Kent Malo [View profile]Title:SEDNA IVAdded:Apr 11, 2005
Photo Category: Modern rig sailing ships / sailing yachts over 65' (20m) LOA
Registered at Cap Aux Meules, Magdelen Islands Quebec, I don't have much information on this what appears to be a training vessel of sorts, very modern in design and navigational equipment,seen here at the upper level of the old port Montreal, Quebec, June, 28, 2004, 1114hrs.
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Vessel Identification
Name:Sedna Iv
Former name(s):
- Saint Kilda (Until 2002 Jan)
- Starfish (Until 1981)
- Bielefeld (Until 1971)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Sailing Vessel
Gross tonnage:394 tons

Additional Information
Home port:Cap Aux Meules
Build year:1957
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Ole Christensen on Jan 21, 2007 11:14 (11 years ago)
German built as trawler
Under danish flag from 1971-89 under the names E 213 "Starfish" and E 218 "Saint Kilda". Pics as E 218 loaded with fish to be seen at:

Ole :-)
Lanaud on Jan 18, 2006 01:44 (12 years ago)
Salut Kent.

For Christmas, I received a 5 DVD pack about this vessels trip to the North going from the Magdalen Islands to Vancouver via the Great North. Very good High Definition DVD. She was used to film this trip and I beileve she is a scientific trip ship. Sails seem to b controlled by electronics. The DVD is Called Mission Arctic.

They left The Magdalen Islands on Aug 8th 2002 and arrived Vancouver Nov 24th. Really something to see
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