Iron Anne - IMO 9361237
|Photographer:||John Jones [View profile]||Title:||Iron Anne||Added:||Jan 13, 2008|
||Bulkers built 2001-2010|
|Arriving in the Thames for Tilbury Power Station from Riga on 13th January 2008.
43,158 grt built in 2006 by Tsuneishi at Numakuma and launched as Bulk Eleven.
Owner: Iron Anne Shipco LLC, Marshall Islands.
Manager: Quintana Management LLC, Athens.
Flag: Marshall Islands.
|Vessel type:||Bulk Carrier|
|Gross tonnage:||43,158 tons|
|Summer DWT:||82,295 tons|
|Last known position:|
|22°27’30.28” N, 68°49’58.88” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|10.8kts, 203° (209°)|
|Arrival:||21st Oct 2018|
|2 days 6 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 July 14th, 13:30:18 UTC||In Hzr|
|2018 June 12th, 03:10:31 UTC||Ust Lw9fp(? Xi2c?j|
|2018 June 12th, 03:10:10 UTC||Ust Luga|
|2018 April 17th, 17:00:34 UTC||New Orleans|
|2018 March 31st, 03:00:42 UTC||Es Ceu|
|2018 March 30th, 14:00:33 UTC||Gi Gib|
|2018 January 10th, 19:00:35 UTC||Eg Dam|
|2018 January 2nd, 13:30:08 UTC||Gi Gib|
|2017 December 11th, 17:00:42 UTC||Br Stm|
|2017 November 27th, 05:00:36 UTC||Jorf Lasfar||
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yes the gulls are rampant at the moment! She certainly is large for the power station but is nowhere near loaded to full draught as you can see.
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Great shot John, nice to see you back on the riverfront, I see you also had problems with the gulls, they are everywhere at the moment.
She is the biggest so far for the Power Station.
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