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24-02-2012, 22:26   #16
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Am gone with 20 plus, coolest thing there was a VLCC coming up the bay
Saw that as well, it was something else.
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the tanker mindahno is coming up to bantry bay now being tugged by thrax and ocean bank
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The Mindahno left bantry yesterday.Now at the SPM the Sharpen http://www.marinetraffic.com/ais/sho...px?imo=9238052
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There is a tanker at the SPM at the minute I saw it this morning. She dose not have the auto what's it turned on,you can see there is a ship on the bouy by the position of the tug Thrax in the bay, she is attached to the tanker and is holding just to the south west of her
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There is a tanker at the SPM at the minute I saw it this morning. She dose not have the auto what's it turned on,you can see there is a ship on the bouy by the position of the tug Thrax in the bay, she is attached to the tanker and is holding just to the south west of her
Vessel Was the SALAMINA, (tanker Flag Liberia) left Whiddy at 11.00 last night
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Just spotted that the UK's http://www.marinetraffic.com/ais/sho...px?imo=9319624
Jura is heading into Cork.

Is this common?
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RE: Hemland i'm thinking this vessel could be in dunmore est harbour might take a spin down later or during the week to have a look
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Ex infantry man - The guy who had the Helmlands Transponder ( on Marine Traffic), Aka Lila Askholmen (on Marine Traffic), AKA Tankskar (on AIS Liverpool / Ship AIS )is not transmitting in the normal sense - he is only transmitting his pseudo mmsi(s) and ship data online and not via vhf you wont find anything in Dunmore.

See here the guy did not even know about this before http://www.flickr.com/photos/13372578@N00/207968804/

On another note - 3 Supply vessels / Anchor handlers currently heading down the Irish Sea to the GSF Artic 3 / Cork

Siem Opal , Olympic Hera and Havila Neptune.
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Ex infantry man - The guy who had the Helmlands Transponder ( on Marine Traffic), Aka Lila Askholmen (on Marine Traffic), AKA Tankskar (on AIS Liverpool / Ship AIS )is not transmitting in the normal sense - he is only transmitting his pseudo mmsi(s) and ship data online and not via vhf you wont find anything in Dunmore.

See here the guy did not even know about this before http://www.flickr.com/photos/13372578@N00/207968804/

On another note - 3 Supply vessels / Anchor handlers currently heading down the Irish Sea to the GSF Artic 3 / Cork

Siem Opal , Olympic Hera and Havila Neptune.
jaysus thats mad
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Ex infantry man - The guy who had the Helmlands Transponder ( on Marine Traffic), Aka Lila Askholmen (on Marine Traffic), AKA Tankskar (on AIS Liverpool / Ship AIS )is not transmitting in the normal sense - he is only transmitting his pseudo mmsi(s) and ship data online and not via vhf you wont find anything in Dunmore.

See here the guy did not even know about this before http://www.flickr.com/photos/13372578@N00/207968804/

On another note - 3 Supply vessels / Anchor handlers currently heading down the Irish Sea to the GSF Artic 3 / Cork

Siem Opal , Olympic Hera and Havila Neptune.
most be poor rates on the spotmarket to get this trio together to move the Gsf Artic.Been a while since i moved it.Then it was in the North sea.
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most be poor rates on the spotmarket to get this trio together to move the Gsf Artic.Been a while since i moved it.Then it was in the North sea.
True, is it not just about 100m at that side? seems like an awful lot of muscle for there.
Thought rates were pretty good these days.

Found this browsing, your probably aware of it, Present spotrates UK & Norway
http://www.westshore.no/

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The Atlantic Companion is sailing off the coast of Wexford now, but when I look at the route it took, when it was steaming off the Cork coast it did a nice jig for a bit before resuming it's course, why would this be?
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The Atlantic Companion is sailing off the coast of Wexford now, but when I look at the route it took, when it was steaming off the Cork coast it did a nice jig for a bit before resuming it's course, why would this be?
Very strange all right - she done another sharp and strange turn off Angelsea this morning to , I see the turn off at Cork was undertaken below 2.0 knots !

Could it have been a drill ? and she slowed down to launch / recover the FRC ? hence the repeat this morning with the opposite crew ?
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That's something you'd do in port, not out at sea no matter how calm it looks.
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It might have been 'bring your kid to work' day!

Look maw I'm driving......
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