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Photographer:DEREK SANDS [View profile]Title:OCEAN NESSAdded:Feb 23, 2009
Captured:February 10, 2009IMO:9224829Hits:946
Location:Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Photo Category: Supply Ships/Tug Supplies/AHTS
Description:
Going stern first up the harbour after exiting the dry dock.
Aberdeen 10/2/09
Call Sign : C6SS4
Gross tonnage : 1864
Type of ship : Offshore Tug/Supply Ship
Year of build : 2001
Flag : Bahamas
Vessel Identification
Name:Ocean Ness
IMO:9224829
Flag:Bahamas
MMSI:311456000
Callsign:C6SS4
Former name(s):
- Havila Tigris (Until 2007 Apr 17)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Tug/supply Vessel
Gross tonnage:1,864 tons
Summer DWT:1,449 tons
Length:65 m
Beam:15 m
Draught:4.4 m

Additional Information
Home port:Nassau
Class society:Det Norske Veritas
Build year:2001
AIS Information
Last known position:
57°0’41.88” N, 1°48’46.68” E
Status:Underway
Speed, course (heading):
5.1kts, 299° (296°)
Destination:
Location:Aberdeen
Arrival:16th Jul 2017
06:00:20 UTC
Last update:
7 days 16 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2017 July 16th, 06:00:20 UTCAberdeen
2017 May 21st, 06:00:08 UTCAberdeen Harbour
2017 April 25th, 09:00:16 UTCElgin Field
2017 April 24th, 06:00:14 UTCAberdeen
2017 March 26th, 08:00:09 UTCAberdeen
2016 December 6th, 08:00:17 UTCTananger Norway
2016 November 6th, 08:00:40 UTCAberdeen
2016 March 2nd, 06:00:32 UTCElgin.
2016 February 29th, 06:00:51 UTCAberdeen
2016 January 9th, 01:00:36 UTCElgin Field
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Photo Comments (2)

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DEREK SANDS on Feb 23, 2009 23:17 (8 years ago)
Hi Robert,
She is not the largest that I saw in Aberdeen, but certainly impressive.
Have a look at the Olympic Pegasus twice the size of this one!
She is the term that I think everyone uses to describe a ships character.
I have only ever been on a conventional tug around Felixstowe.
I knew on of the tug skippers but now he is retired.

best regards
Derek
Robert Tremblay on Feb 23, 2009 23:12 (8 years ago)
Quite a Beast! Hi Derek, very nice shot; never had seen that kind of big monster aroun here but i would like to. It must be something to look at him working hard. Is Ocean Ness one of the most powerfull Offshore Tug/Supply Ship. What is the most powerfull one that you know?
When we speak of ship, most of the time we should refer to them as a SHE; is this all right for all kind of ship. Is a Offshore Tug/Supply Ship or an Icebreaker a SHE or a He. I am not always sure of the way i should refer to when refering to that kind of ship.
Heve you ever been on a Offshore Tug/Supply Ship like the Ocean Ness; it must be a very exciting exprerience!
Best regards, Robert08 :-D
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