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Photo Details
Photographer:Glenn Towler [View profile]Title:ELISABETH OLDENDORFFAdded:Oct 18, 2007
Photo Category: Bulkers built 1991-2000
IMO NO: 9032707

Seen here berthed at Risdon upstream from Hobart, Tasmania, Australia unloading Zinc Concentrates. The ship moved up to Risdon from Hobart earlier in the afternoon after spending a day and half unloading nearly 2500 50kg bags powderized clay.
Vessel Identification
Name:Xin Xiang Rui
Former name(s):
- Elisabeth Oldendorff (Until 2010 Jan)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Bulk Carrier
Gross tonnage:13,696 tons
Summer DWT:22,154 tons
Length:155 m
Beam:25 m
Draught:5.4 m

Additional Information
Home port:Shanghai
Class society:China Classification Society
Build year:1992
AIS Information
Last known position:
37°56’10.04” N, 121°12’29.62” E
Speed, course (heading):
10.9kts, 286° (289°)
Arrival:27th Sep 2016
02:00:05 UTC
Last update:
2 days 6 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2016 February 29th, 23:00:49 UTCZhangjiag
2015 December 29th, 10:00:37 UTCCjk
2015 December 9th, 21:00:57 UTCNantong
2015 September 24th, 18:00:35 UTCZhangjiagang
2015 July 16th, 11:00:05 UTCBayuquan.china
2015 July 5th, 00:00:43 UTCPosyet.russia
2015 June 26th, 18:00:45 UTCJingjiang.china
2015 April 3rd, 21:00:13 UTCTian Jin
2015 March 18th, 00:30:49 UTCRi Zhao
2015 March 1st, 14:30:24 UTCDanang
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Photo Comments (2)

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Glenn Towler on Oct 08, 2005 13:20 (11 years ago)
Yeah but it was taken at about 7:30 at night in November if that shed wasn't so high the ship would have had a bit more light, but I think the amount of light I had was perfect, the ships detail showed and you had a light shadow of the gantry crane against the superstructre.

But then again if I had got there earlier who knows what it might have come out like.
Matt Ruscher on Apr 25, 2005 06:03 (11 years ago)
nice shot glen, not your best lighting but not bad (7)
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