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Photo Details
Photographer:Michael Twine [View profile]Title:NORSTONEAdded:Mar 03, 2009
Captured:IMO:7104219Hits:2,376
Photo Category: Dredgers
Description:
Dredger 'Norstone' @ Langstone Harbor
Vessel Identification
Name:Norstone
IMO:7104219
Flag:U.k.
MMSI:232003591
Callsign:GOXZ
Former name(s):
- Sand Skua (Until 1997)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Suction Dredger
Gross tonnage:1,143 tons
Summer DWT:1,803 tons

Additional Information
Home port:Swansea
Class society:Lloyd´s Shipping Register
Build year:1971
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (6)

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Michael Twine on Dec 06, 2009 20:06 (8 years ago)
Zahvaljivanje...I think that is correct, if not I am sorry, my Croatian is a little poor!
Michael Twine on Dec 06, 2009 20:03 (8 years ago)
Much appreciated Allan! I keep meaning to get more, but it was just one of those one-off: 'thank goodness I had my camera' moments as opposed to "I wish i had my camera!" of which I have so many!

Regards

Mike
Helen Krmic on Dec 06, 2009 19:35 (8 years ago)
EXTRA NIGHT SHOT!!!!!!!!!! REGARDS HELEN
Allan Cameron on Apr 20, 2009 22:13 (9 years ago)
Robert is right, that's one of the clearest night shots I've ever seen. Beautiful.

Keep Posting,
Allan
Michael Twine on Mar 04, 2009 11:10 (9 years ago)
Hi Robert,

Thank you very much for the positive comment! I cant take all the credit as I have to give some to the Skipper for choosing a funny angle of entry ( he was filling in while they found a replacement) and the Mate for holding onto the bow-spring, kicking the stern out to be caught by the tide...and as a result they ended up stuck on the mud at a right angle to the berth!! All of which meant i was able to get a steady long exposure. It was lucky i had my camera that night as I hadn't taken it to work for some time!

Thank you again,
All the best

Mike :-D
Robert Tremblay on Mar 04, 2009 01:57 (9 years ago)
Hi Michael, tremendous nice night shot; very nice; i enjoy your picture a lot.
Bravo! It is one of the best night shot i seen for a long time! Everything is perfect!
Best regards, Robert08 :lol:
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