POLAR PRINCE - IMO 9181481
|Photographer:||Tomas Østberg- Jacobsen [View profile]||Title:||POLAR PRINCE||Added:||Jan 12, 2008|
|Captured:||January 11, 2008||IMO:||9181481||Hits:||864|
|Well well! This is the nicest shot i ever made. And it sure aint my fault! Perhaps a bit dark, but give it a shot. Lucky for me, the lights on the helideck was on, and there was some light at the docks.
Eager as a beaver i started to shoot 07:50, no lights. But some of the ships i was too shoot left just after(or before) i shot them, so.. Thats the reason for pretty dark pictures.
This ship i really like! Oozes of power, flexibility, and.. I dont know whatnot.
Massive info found:
Stavanger Norway 11/1 2008
|Vessel type:||Research/survey Vessel|
|Gross tonnage:||6,951 tons|
|Summer DWT:||4,500 tons|
|Last known position:|
|56°26’28.25” N, 5°13’44.39” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|10.2kts, 243° (239°)|
|Arrival:||8th Aug 2018|
|9 days 17 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 August 8th, 11:00:05 UTC||Hartlepool|
|2018 July 9th, 20:00:31 UTC||Kriegers Flak|
|2018 July 7th, 17:00:01 UTC||Koge, Denmark|
|2018 May 22nd, 08:00:39 UTC||Hartlepool, U.k.|
|2018 May 22nd, 06:00:18 UTC||Middlesbrough Uk|
|2018 May 16th, 06:00:10 UTC||Koege|
|2018 April 22nd, 14:00:48 UTC||Kriegers Flak|
|2018 April 18th, 13:00:38 UTC||Copenhagen|
|2018 April 4th, 15:00:55 UTC||Newcastle-uk|
|2018 April 4th, 15:00:05 UTC||Newcastle-uk||
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Actually i was(am) afraid it will be kicked out because of the darkness. Yes, the ambience is cool! Not difficult to get nice shots with that surroundings! |
That's a very cool shot of the ship, in it's harbour surrounding and all that, very atmospheric ! |
Yeah, i like pictures that is a little "off", but thats me. Man, stavanger was nice. I am going to school again this fall, and petroleum-engineer is one of the options, a study in stavanger.
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I'd go along with that, good photo. It sometimes pays to try something before or after the normal daylight hours. |
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