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HNLMS JOHAN DE WITT L801 - IMO 9280768

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Photographer:Neil C McBride [View profile]Title:HNLMS JOHAN DE WITT L801Added:Jun 12, 2009
Captured:IMO:9280768Hits:989
Photo Category: Landing Ships
Description:
Inbound for the Corporation Quay at Sunderland on the12/6/09
Vessel Identification
Name:Johan De Witt
IMO:9280768
MMSI:244527000
Callsign:PAJW
Pennant no.:L801
Technical Data
Vessel type:Combat Vessel
Gross tonnage:28,395 tons
Summer DWT:49,000 tons
Length:177 m
Beam:30 m
Draught:0 m

Additional Information
Build year:2007
AIS Information
Last known position:
52°57’23.76” N, 4°47’36.42” E
Status:Moored
Speed, course (heading):
0kts, 359° (340°)
Destination:
Location:
Arrival:30th Nov -0001
00:00:00 UTC
Last update:
1 month 18 days ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2015 September 17th, 10:00:45 UTCDen Helder
2015 September 17th, 10:00:43 UTCDen Helder
2015 September 17th, 10:00:00 UTCDen Helder "s
2014 September 15th, 16:00:55 UTCDenoever
2011 September 17th, 18:22:45 UTCN/a
2011 September 17th, 18:22:44 UTCN/aa"0
2011 September 17th, 18:22:36 UTCN/a
2011 September 17th, 18:22:18 UTCN/abee
2011 September 17th, 18:22:17 UTCN/a18
2011 September 17th, 18:22:08 UTCN/aa A
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Photo Comments (12)

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Chris Fahey on Jun 15, 2009 18:37 (8 years ago)
Oh dear Steve, at what point did you become this bitter bitter man?;-) I'll leave at that so not to hog the comments. Chris
Guest on Jun 15, 2009 16:00 (8 years ago)
Hi Chris

[b][color=0033FF]"During one of these exercises, the crew of Johan de Witt were advised by UK colleagues that Sunderland would be the place of choice to finish off an intensive training period."[/color][/b]

Don't you think someone was having a joke at their expense 8-)

Regards

Steve Ellwood
Neil C McBride on Jun 15, 2009 16:00 (8 years ago)
Hi Chris,
Ok, ok point taken!!
Cheers
Neil
Chris Fahey on Jun 15, 2009 14:31 (8 years ago)
Hi Snobs :lol:

This was in the Sunderland Echo on Saturday, http://www.sunderlandecho.com/news/Dutch-Navy-take-a-short.5363466.jp

No accident I assure you. :-P

Chris
Guest on Jun 15, 2009 13:56 (8 years ago)
Hi Neil

Yes, I reckon the crew got mixed up when they chose Sunderland - they obviously meant to head for the Tyne :lol:

All joking aside - they probably chose the Wear as the Northumbrian Quay was being used by the Thomson Spirit over the weekend,

Regards

Steve Ellwood
Neil C McBride on Jun 15, 2009 10:24 (8 years ago)
Hi Steve,
Thats a pity,nice ship, oh and if the Sunderland night life is still the same as I remember it they'll need more R&R then!
Cheers
Neil
Guest on Jun 15, 2009 09:25 (8 years ago)
Hi Neil

From one 'snob' to another :lol:

She wasn't open to the public - she was in Sunderland so that the crew could undertake R&R.

Regards

Steve Ellwood
Neil C McBride on Jun 15, 2009 09:19 (8 years ago)
Hi Chris,
No offence or snobbery intended,what I should have said was the Corporation Quay is not, or was not accessible to just anyone,(unless things have changed) and I don't know if she was open to the public,and if not, the only views are from the fish quay or the north shore,as for Sunderland I have had some great times there in times gone by and I would recommend it to anyone.
Thanks for the p.s.congratulations for the team too
Cheers
Neil
Chris Fahey on Jun 14, 2009 19:55 (8 years ago)
Steve, Neil, just one word for you two, snobs! :-) Sunderland was recommended by sailors in our very own Royal Navy. Perhaps they wanted to visit a place with Premier League footy :-). Chris p.s. Nice set of pics.
Guest on Jun 13, 2009 07:31 (8 years ago)
Hi Neil

Aye, a tiddler by comparison :lol:

Regards

Steve Ellwood
Neil C McBride on Jun 13, 2009 07:06 (8 years ago)
Hi Steve,
Thanks,yes we have better facilities too,but we have a small one due next week for Newcastle Quay as a consolation
Cheers
Neil
Guest on Jun 13, 2009 06:57 (8 years ago)
Hi Neil

Pity she didn't come into the Tyne instead of the Wear, still we have to share with our neighbours I suppose :lol: - great shot.

Regards

Steve Ellwood
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