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Photographer:
Dick Gorter [ View profile ]
Captured:
Jul 19, 2013
Location:
Hirtshals, Denmark
Photo Category:
Ferries
Added:
Aug 14, 2013
Views:
2,618
Image Resolution:
2,321 x 1,549

Description:

Leaving for Kristiansand. Hirtshals July 19th.

Vessel
particulars

Current name:
SUPERSPEED 1
Current flag:
Norway
Home port:
Kristiansand
Vessel Type:
Ro-ro/passenger Ship
Gross tonnage:
36,822 tons
Summer DWT:
5,400 tons
Length:
211.3 m
Beam:
30.6 m
Draught:
6.7 m

AIS Position
of this ship

Last known position:
58°8’33.02” N, 7°59’12.03” E
Status:
Speed, course (heading):
0kts, 153.9° (154°)
Destination:
 - Location:
Hirtshals
 - Arrival:
17th Jun 2024 / 09:15:54 UTC
Last update:
30 minutes ago
Source:
AIS (ShipXplorer)

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This ship exists in the following categories:

Ferries - 143 photos

Passenger Vessels - 1 photos

Ships under Repair or Conversion - 1 photos

Wheelhouse - 1 photos

Ships' Lifeboats and Tenders - 2 photos

Photographers
of this ship

(48)

Tim Becker

2 photos

simonwp

1 photos

Mats

8 photos

Mikkel

6 photos

Morten Bj

2 photos

Dick Gorter

5 photos

hendrik

1 photos

Tomas

5 photos

Joerg Seyler

1 photos

Manfred

3 photos

Lars Callsen

1 photos

Knut Brandt

7 photos

Sascha Heuer

12 photos

Ulrik Gamskj

1 photos

lds280

1 photos

b47b56

1 photos

ralf_mbs

1 photos

raether

2 photos

fabianv

3 photos

Bj

1 photos

paulchen91

2 photos

Marc Pingoud

10 photos

P

1 photos

PierreS

1 photos

jeffess

1 photos

Rolf Bridde

3 photos

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"POWEEEEEEEEEEEER" ( Jeremy Clarkson (c) )
Nice shot!

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person
In Hirtshals, thats a normal space between the seawall and ship. It's not the largest harbour either.

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person
How did she not hit the seawall?! Great shot of a rather dramatic (and smokey) moment!

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person
Wow ! isn't she a bit too close to that red beacon ?

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