SICHEM MELBOURNE - IMO 9376921
|Vessel type:||Oil/chemical Tanker|
|Gross tonnage:||8,455 tons|
|Summer DWT:||12,936 tons|
|Last known position:|
|1°14’4.5” N, 103°48’32.34” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0.1kts, 199° (78°)|
|Arrival:||27th May 2018|
|19 minutes 37 seconds ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 December 1st, 11:00:34 UTC||Singapore Pwbga|
|2018 May 15th, 16:00:21 UTC||Lahad Datu|
|2018 May 8th, 01:00:19 UTC||Singapore|
|2018 May 7th, 04:00:21 UTC||Pasir Gudang|
|2018 April 21st, 09:30:53 UTC||Spore Pebgc|
|2018 April 6th, 08:00:26 UTC||Gresik|
|2018 April 2nd, 08:50:19 UTC||Tuas Power Station|
|2018 April 2nd, 03:00:24 UTC||Singapore Pebgc|
|2018 March 18th, 23:00:06 UTC||Singapore Gusong Ps|
|2018 March 4th, 10:00:35 UTC||Singapore||
© Lorraine Morrill
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Good to see some folks with a good sense of humour and yes, happened to me as well.. in the heat of the action, when ships approach with some speed usually :-D |
We can weld the mast back on later, :-D I must have did that when I was realighning the photo, sorry about that. |
It's a good photo, and unfortunatelly it did happen what happens to me sometimes as well - cut off the mast :-D |
I suppose you say that this is real ShipSpotting at its best. |
nice to see this lady at your spotting area. I saw her a couple of days ago on Kiel-Canal.
Thanks for the compliment, not a great day for photos,
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Nice shot Kent.
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