Seaspan Pacer - IMO 6722325
|Photographer:||Marek W [View profile]||Title:||Seaspan Pacer||Added:||May 19, 2008|
|Date: 5/18/2008 12:24:11 AM
Location: Vancouver, B.C.
Canon EOS 30D w/Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L USM @100mm
IMO number : 6722325
Name of ship : SEASPAN PACER
Call Sign : VXSS
Gross tonnage : 203
Type of ship : Tug
Year of build : 1967
Flag : Canada
Status of ship : In Service
|Gross tonnage:||203 tons|
|Last known position:|
|48°49’34.12” N, 122°59’59.68” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|4.2kts, 333° (328°)|
|Arrival:||7th Jun 2018|
|7 hours 55 minutes ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 November 11th, 04:00:52 UTC||Rta|
|2018 June 7th, 15:00:40 UTC||Seattle|
|2018 May 13th, 06:15:06 UTC||Btu|
|2018 April 25th, 15:00:19 UTC||Powell River|
|2018 April 6th, 12:00:29 UTC||Seaspan|
|2018 April 6th, 12:00:05 UTC||Seaspan|
|2018 January 25th, 23:00:32 UTC||Sylvan|
|2018 January 23rd, 17:30:45 UTC||Amt|
|2017 November 10th, 01:00:58 UTC||Sylvan|
|2017 November 5th, 06:00:24 UTC||Seaspan||
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Photo Comments (2)
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Thanks for the nice words. I only shoot raw when I know I'll be printing or when I'm on assignment. This particular day I was shooting all JPEG. It minimizes PP time. When you shoot 300 pics a day, you want them processes as fast as possible :) Yea I know, I'm lazy.
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Nice catch Marek!
Good use of canon 100-400!
Notice bridge shade in left corner!
Do you shoot raw?
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