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Photographer:DEREK SANDS [View profile]Title:AYTON CROSSAdded:Feb 28, 2009
Captured:IMO:9206956Hits:622
Photo Category: Tugs
Description:
Passing Greenock 11/2/09
Call Sign : ZQBH7
Gross tonnage : 433
Type of ship : Tug
Year of build : 2000
Flag : United Kingdom
Vessel Identification
Name:Ayton Cross
IMO:9206956
Flag:U.k.
MMSI:235000031
Callsign:ZQBH7
Technical Data
Vessel type:Tug
Gross tonnage:433 tons
Summer DWT:219 tons

Additional Information
Home port:Middlesbrough
Build year:2000
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (6)

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DEREK SANDS on Mar 02, 2009 00:14 (9 years ago)
I am not looking forward to it, got to used to being at home!

regards
Derek
John Jones on Mar 02, 2009 00:12 (9 years ago)
Back to work now though 8-)
DEREK SANDS on Mar 02, 2009 00:10 (9 years ago)
Thanks John,

I did not have to work to hard to produce this result.
Brilliant sunshine but cold and clear, scenary an added bonus.
Set on auto push the button and bingo!
My host took to all the best vantage spots to.
Thats what I call recuperation!

regards
Derek
John Jones on Mar 02, 2009 00:06 (9 years ago)
Simply stunning pictures Derek. Quite unique with a backdrop like that.
Regards
John J.
DEREK SANDS on Feb 28, 2009 19:35 (9 years ago)
Thanks very much Bob,

I did have a guide who was happy to race up and down in his car to get me these shots! Not only lucky with the movements but also the brilliant sunshine!
Perfect backdrop to, what more can you ask for.
All I had to do was press the button!!

best regards
Derek
Robert J Smith on Feb 28, 2009 15:02 (9 years ago)
A brilliant set of photos from the Clyde Derek and you were lucky enough to see the tugs moving :-)

Been there a few times and only once saw the tugs moving, all coming back from Clydeport were they had moored a bulker.

Well done

Bob
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