TINNES - IMO 8008450
|Vessel type:||Bulk Carrier|
|Gross tonnage:||6,944 tons|
|Summer DWT:||10,110 tons|
|Last known position:|
|53°39’15.65” N, 9°30’33.01” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0kts, 179° (347°)|
|Arrival:||22nd Jun 2018|
|1 second ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 December 31st, 22:50:19 UTC||Rotterdam N.l|
|2018 October 2nd, 14:00:14 UTC||Delfzijl|
|2018 August 2nd, 11:00:59 UTC||Butzfleth|
|2018 June 22nd, 08:00:15 UTC||Butzfleth|
|2018 June 19th, 22:00:43 UTC||Jelsa|
|2018 June 17th, 16:00:17 UTC||Bremen|
|2018 June 10th, 11:00:10 UTC||Jelsa|
|2018 June 8th, 06:00:50 UTC||Rafnes|
|2018 June 4th, 10:30:57 UTC||Delfzijl|
|2018 June 3rd, 17:30:50 UTC||Cuxhaven||
© Bob Scott
© Frits Olinga
© Frits Olinga
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Hello Robert. Well, its a simple explenation to that, only ships that carry hazardous cargo, that may be gases, acids, explosives are obliged to use tug(s), there are length- regulations to it as well, i dont remember right now the meassures, but as you can see here:
there are two.
As for the big bulkers, they tend either to have assistance through the Brevik-streight, thats very tight and narrow. OR have assistance to dock. Hope you got something out of this, hehhe... For a picture of the Brevik-path, click underneath.
I live at the tip of the arrow.
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Hi Tomas, how come some ship may sail your narrowed area without any tug helping?
Very quiet water that day!
Pretty nice cliché!
Best regards, Robert08.... still in the snow around here too!!!! :-D
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