ASTREA - IMO 8520771
|Last known position:|
|50°47’28.7” N, 0°19’13.23” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|000.1kts, 172° (40°)|
|Arrival:||14th Oct 2018|
|36 seconds ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 September 6th, 00:00:48 UTC||Rampion Wind Farm|
|2018 September 2nd, 07:00:56 UTC||Gb Pme|
|2018 August 6th, 17:00:10 UTC||Portsmouth|
|2018 August 1st, 13:00:52 UTC||Ceuta|
|2018 July 3rd, 10:00:37 UTC||Eleusis|
|2018 June 21st, 10:00:08 UTC||Pozzuoli|
|2018 June 17th, 05:00:45 UTC||Valletta|
|2018 June 4th, 04:00:01 UTC||Eleusis|
|2018 May 23rd, 08:00:24 UTC||Chalkis|
|2018 May 16th, 16:00:21 UTC||Eleusis||
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© Robert J Smith
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Thank you so much for the extra information, I've now moved her to Special Purpose Ships. I hope to see her again as well, she looks very impressive indeed!
All the best,
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Aleksi, great photos of the vessel - thanks for sharing on the site! It took a long time to convert her from a supply vessel to a Special Purpose Ship, but the result speaks for itself.
The Edda Sprite was purchased last year from Ostensjo by Astrea Shipping and is now managed by ASSODIVERS. She was brought to Perama and converted from a platform supply vessel to a Special Purpose Ship, specially outfitted with state-of-the-art equipment for a variety of underwater projects and is the only vessel of her kind to fly the Greek Flag.
I hope you get some more good shots of her while she is still in Greek waters!
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