STENA COMPATRIOT - IMO 9255945
|Photographer:||Magogman [View profile]||Title:||STENA COMPATRIOT||Added:||Apr 20, 2009|
||Chemical and Product Tankers|
|The Stena Compatriot steams into Hampton Roads just before sunset on January 8, 2009. Photo from the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel Highway 4 miles off Virginia Beach, Virginia. There has been no manipulation of this photo - the colors are the way the camera saw it.|
|Gross tonnage:||41,596 tons|
|Summer DWT:||72,736 tons|
|Last known position:|
|9°12’40.76” N, 79°55’23.56” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|8.5kts, 151° (141°)|
|Arrival:||29th Nov 2018|
|12 days 10 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 August 21st, 16:00:11 UTC||Venenzuala|
|2018 August 11th, 16:00:08 UTC||Houston|
|2018 August 1st, 12:00:33 UTC||St.tomas|
|2018 July 26th, 06:00:38 UTC||Cristobal|
|2018 June 1st, 08:00:57 UTC||Gola|
|2018 April 22nd, 22:00:19 UTC||Gola|
|2018 April 20th, 08:00:12 UTC||Lake.charleps|
|2018 April 6th, 23:00:37 UTC||Golaanchorage|
|2018 April 6th, 23:00:30 UTC||Port.arthur|
|2018 April 6th, 23:00:21 UTC||Port.arthur||
© Michael Schindler
© Wil Weijsters
Photo Comments (3)
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I agree whith Marie-Anne,
Very nice shots of Stena P. It's better whith no modification. Sometimes there is no choice, lightless or night:.. Beautifull region of Hamptons roads. Regards Michel
Thanks very much Marie-Anne - I appreciate your comment. Yes, I got extremely lucky with the light. And was also lucky the next morning when she departed.
Sometimes one gets lucky and this day it was my turn.
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Fantatsic serie you posted here Dave!
You got very lucky with the light.
She looks superb!!
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