PRINCESS OF NORWAY - IMO 8502391
|Vessel type:||Ro-ro/passenger Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||31,356 tons|
|Summer DWT:||4,110 tons|
|Last known position:|
|54°59’27.45” N, 1°27’4.14” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0kts, 170° (215°)|
|Location:||Ijm <> Ncl|
|Arrival:||21st Oct 2018|
|29 seconds ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 October 7th, 07:30:22 UTC||Ijm To Ncl|
|2018 September 10th, 08:15:37 UTC||Ijm <> Ncl|
|2018 September 7th, 07:30:40 UTC||Ncl<>ijm|
|2018 June 17th, 07:30:03 UTC||Ijmuien<>n. Shields|
|2018 April 14th, 09:00:13 UTC||Ijmuien<>n. Shields|
|2018 March 23rd, 09:45:12 UTC||H|
|2018 March 20th, 09:15:48 UTC||Ncl<>ijm|
|2017 December 14th, 08:15:11 UTC||Ncl<>ijm|
|2017 September 29th, 08:00:38 UTC||Ijmuiden|
|2017 September 28th, 08:00:18 UTC||Newcastle <-> Ijmuid||
© Marcel & Ruud Coster
© Willem Oldenburg
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Thanks, I will look for it on youtube ?!
Last year, I travelled on the Queen with windforce 9 - 10, and I was on deck.
(I was the only one who was so crazy to go on deck).
You can only walk, when you pull yourself by the deckside, sick stuff.
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I was just on her last night! The weather was appauling, their was 6m seas and gale force 8-10 out at sea. Unfortunately I was not allowed on deck in the bad weather, but I have got a video of her departing, and one of the King too, as I have been in Amsterdam for the last 5 days.
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