STAR HARDANGER - IMO 9079119
|Gross tonnage:||34,364 tons|
|Summer DWT:||44,251 tons|
|Last known position:|
|24°15’50.97” S, 45°46’28.44” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|13.6kts, 91° (88°)|
|Arrival:||30th Oct 2017|
|9 days 5 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2017 October 30th, 08:30:04 UTC||Santos Brazil|
|2017 October 20th, 12:00:28 UTC||Recife Br|
|2017 September 18th, 12:00:35 UTC||Singapore|
|2017 August 20th, 12:00:37 UTC||Changshu Cjk|
|2017 June 26th, 01:00:42 UTC||Portocel,br|
|2017 June 15th, 12:00:16 UTC||Tenerife|
|2017 June 7th, 22:00:32 UTC||Antwerp|
|2017 May 30th, 12:00:59 UTC||Tilbury|
|2017 May 30th, 12:00:08 UTC||Tilbury|
|2017 May 25th, 17:00:56 UTC||Portbury||
© Stan Muller
© Stan Muller
© john white
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That bridge is an ouststanding piece of art! I don't know who create that but i must say it really did quite a tremendous bridge!
Thanks a lot to share, Robert08 :-)
It's not that I wish that she'd have a collision with the bridge, but that would have been a money-shot! :-D
Once again, super photo, Tomas!
Thanx alot mister! Star hardanger is just 30 meters longer than the height of the bridge. when she sailed under Brevik-bridge, it looked like the funnel and radarmast was to touch it, but no. Optical illution, but looked cooL! |
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Biiig photo! Excellent!! :-)
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