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LYUBOV ORLOVA - IMO 7391434

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Photographer:
Paul Bradshaw [ View profile ]
Captured:
Aug 11, 2011
Location:
St John's, Canada
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Dec 2, 2014
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1,080 x 810

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St. Johns, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

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Current name:
LYUBOV ORLOVA
Vessel Type:
Passengers Ship
Gross tonnage:
4,251 tons
Summer DWT:
1,465 tons

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person
The Ship also had a movie role in her early days in this movie:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bear_Island_(film)


Best regards,

Michael.

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person
A little info on her fate:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MV_Lyubov_Orlova

Best regards,

Michael.

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She wasn't there this morning...lol. That being said it was a topic in the news for some time here but I don't know how much coverage the story got elsewhere.

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Still in St John's, Canada....?
Given all the publicity regarding her tow away from the port, the loss of the tow and the subsequent speculation regarding her fate, her return to port would have hardly have gone unreported, so I think that you have to be mistaken.

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She is still in Canada St John's

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We seem to welcome murderers, rapists and general scum anyway, so a few more rats should not be a problem.

cheers

Allan

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Who knows? Still approaching England with a colony of cannibal rates?
See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MV_Lyubov_Orlova

There is probably plenty still on the Forum here, but the search isn't working properly.

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Most likely, somewhere on the floor of the North Atlantic.
Kind Regards,
Kyle

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