Sjoborg - IMO 9591923
|Photographer:||Gerolf Drebes [View profile]||Title:||Sjoborg||Added:||Jun 10, 2009|
||Ships under Construction|
|Faroer Islands flag supply vessel Sjoborg, bt. 2009, gt. 3.000,not yet completed, in tow pasing Gibraltar in tow for Algeciras on 19.5.2009.
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|Vessel type:||Offshore Supply Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||3,942 tons|
|Summer DWT:||4,700 tons|
|Last known position:|
|63°9’11.78” N, 7°3’19.78” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|8.4kts, 239° (238°)|
|Arrival:||16th Oct 2019|
|27 days 8 hours ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 February 16th, 22:00:09 UTC||Ccb Agotsnes|
|2018 February 16th, 06:30:26 UTC||Songa Endurance|
|2018 February 9th, 04:00:56 UTC||Ccb Aagotnes|
|2018 February 4th, 12:00:29 UTC||Slovag|
|2018 February 4th, 07:00:45 UTC||Ccb Agotnes|
|2018 January 30th, 06:00:01 UTC||Askeladden|
|2017 December 31st, 17:30:16 UTC||Stavanger|
|2017 October 18th, 08:00:21 UTC||Mongdstad|
|2017 October 3rd, 19:00:38 UTC||Stavanger|
|2017 September 29th, 09:00:17 UTC||Aberdeen||
© Marc Pingoud
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thanks for the info and for the info about Algeciras. I thought the port opposite the Rock still belonged to Gibraltar, so I learned something more.
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Hi Gerolf, finally found a name for this unfinished hull....she is the SJOBORG - IMO 9451434. She was being towed by the tug ADA D and was on her way to Algeciras, not Gibraltar, for bunkers.
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