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Photographer:polsteam [View profile]Title:BRENDELEN SO709Added:Aug 17, 2006
Captured:December 31, 2003IMO:9295880Hits:5,914
Location:Gdansk, Poland
Photo Category: Ships under Construction
Launching of the trawler/seiner at Northern Shipyard, Gdansk, Poland.

Launched 31/12/2003 - DA
Vessel Identification
Technical Data
Vessel type:Fishing Vessel
Gross tonnage:1,499 tons
Length:64 m
Beam:12 m
Draught:7.8 m

Additional Information
Home port:Sligo
Class society:Det Norske Veritas
Build year:2004
AIS Information
Last known position:
54°44’56.58” N, 8°47’47.04” W
Speed, course (heading):
12.0kts, 19° (17°)
Location:Fishing Ground
Arrival:30th Nov -0001
00:00:00 UTC
Last update:
27 days 19 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2012 March 15th, 14:00:47 UTCKillybegs,ire
2012 March 8th, 07:00:11 UTCSkagen
-0001 November 30th, 00:00:00 UTCSkagen/denmark
-0001 November 30th, 00:00:00 UTCKillybegs/ireland
-0001 November 30th, 00:00:00 UTCFishing Grounds
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Photo Comments (3)

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stormage on Jul 08, 2008 00:03 (13 years ago)
birth of a vessel, always beautiful :-)
Romain López on Jul 12, 2006 12:54 (15 years ago)
Impressive shot of the hull launching of the Irish pelagic trawler [i]Brendelen[/i] at Stal-Rem SA(Gdansk - Poland)...

Completed in august 2004 in Karstensens Skibvaerft A/S(Skagen - Denmark), [i]Brendelen[/i] is based in Killybegs(Donegal - Eire). Operated by Gill Brendan, this beautiful fishing vessel has been fitted with a transom stern, a full-length shelterdeck, a full pelagic package, 2 cruiser sterns, a net drum, a propulsion nozzle, refrigerated sea water tanks and a Wartsila engine. For most of the year, she midwater pair trawls with her sistership [i]Father McKee[/i], apart from when single boat trawling for blue whiting.

LOA/BPL/B/D(m): 64.6x57x13x8.3
Speed: 17knots
Olof Petersson on Nov 13, 2004 17:23 (16 years ago)
Fantastic photo, would love to be the guy standing there
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