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SEA WAAL - IMO 8209743

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Photographer:
Michael Meredith [ View profile ]
Title:
Sea Waal
Added:
Jun 19, 2008
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1,406
Image Resolution:
1,024 x 601

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Sea Waal, 1985, gt 1,845. ATG, Haren-Ems

HS Bereederungs GmbH / KR HS Schiffahrts GmbH

ex Triton Navigator-01, Lys Crown-99, Ettina-97

18/08/2003 Plymouth Cattdown

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particulars

Current name:
VESTVIND

Former name(s):

 -  Rita (Until 2011 Mar)

 -  Sea Waal (Until 2006 Oct)

 -  Triton Navigator (Until 2001 Feb)

 -  Lys Crown (Until 1999 May)

 -  Ettina (Until 1997 Jun)

Current flag:
Gibraltar
Vessel Type:
General Cargo
Gross tonnage:
1,843 tons
Summer DWT:
2,064 tons
Length:
80 m
Beam:
12 m
Draught:
3.6 m

AIS Position
of this ship

Last known position:
56°27’35.93” N, 10°2’55.1” E
Status:
Speed, course (heading):
0kts, 32.0° (241°)
Destination:
 - Location:
Randeprss - Bhv
 - Arrival:
20th Apr 2024 / 23:00:52 UTC
Last update:
about 1 hour ago
Source:
AIS (ShipXplorer)

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This ship exists in the following categories:

General cargo ships built 1980-1989 (Under 3000gt) - 91 photos

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john sins

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Pilot Frans

1 photos

Tim Becker

4 photos

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Frits Olinga

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PWR

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foggy

9 photos

Marie-Anne

2 photos

Tomas

4 photos

Bernt Skj

3 photos

santi

1 photos

Manfred

1 photos

Mats Brevik

1 photos

Henk Guddee

1 photos

egerbyas

2 photos

jacek

1 photos

Robbie Shaw

1 photos

Lars Staal

1 photos

Elmar Calbo

1 photos

fabianv

1 photos

Igor Dilo

2 photos

Alf K

1 photos

Marcus-S

1 photos

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Hi,

sorry, this one isn't a bulker! She's definetively a coaster!

rgds AJ

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Dear AJ

Thanks for your comments on Sea Wall and the others you commented on.Not surprisingly I disagree with your comments on both counts, bulkers and coasters. Their primary role is the movement of bulk cargoes. Hence they have no cargo handling gear and have holds designed with grab discharge in mind. While they may indeed carry break bulk cargoes where they to be offered so would similar vessels of any size including what might be traditionally referred to as Bulk Carriers.

As for being a coaster I would suggest that this term no longer applies since these vessels and many others of this size are no strangers to world wide training.

So may | suggest that a little more thought is applied before such comments are made. I would suggest that you also check out the experience of the poster before assuming that they do not know what they are talking about.

Best regards Michael Meredith
Photo Admin (Coasters, General Cargo, and Preserved ships) 2007-

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