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    ''energy ivy'' moored in Ghent Belgium



    best regards Thijs

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    • wherrygirl
      wherrygirl commented
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      EEE-ee, I'm a boat!

    • janihudi
      janihudi commented
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      yes,but full with Energy

    • wherrygirl
      wherrygirl commented
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      I wonder why he says "but"?

    ''ganges star'' inbound for Rotterdam



    ''stolt kite'' outbound from Rotterdam

    best regards Thijs

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      'h-g buelow'' on her way out of Rotterdam



      ''maersk edgar'' on her way in

      best regards Thijs

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        ''lowlands patrasche''



        and the ''bg ireland''



        inbound for Rotterdam.


        best regards Thijs

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          My Maiden Photo post

          saw this AHTS, off Singapore

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            Singapore !

            and a FOS OSV .. at the distance, I couldn't get the names ..

            Last edited by ecureilx; January 6th, 2015, 19:32.

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              Singapore !

              Eagle Seville, at Anchor

              Last edited by ecureilx; January 6th, 2015, 19:33.

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                Singapore !

                A gaggle of AHTS and OSVs, all seem semi-permanently in anchor ..

                Last edited by ecureilx; January 6th, 2015, 19:34.

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                  Singapore !

                  Pacific Radiance Tug, Crest Argus, with the Wellard Livestock carrier, Ocean Swagman, seen in anchor for the past few days ..

                  Last edited by ecureilx; January 6th, 2015, 19:35.

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                    Eagle Saville, another view, in fading sunlight ..

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                      One of the many Bunker ships that clutter the beach view in Singapore .. East Coat Park



                      Eagle Saville, surrounded by other vessels, all bunker vessels !



                      this will give an idea of the amount of bunker ships on standby, near Changi, while planes land ..



                      And a nice spot to fish !!



                      The AHT Victory, of Edna Group !

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                        Maybe somebody can tell me why she has so many Blu Tacks on her sides ..



                        Another view from the East Coast beach



                        An Oldendorf Bulker, at anchor



                        Hammonia Pacificum



                        Couldn’t decipher her name though


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                          A AHT from my vantage spot





                          what drives Singapore

                          Ships and a Plane (on the top left corner .. )



                          another bunch of anchored AHTS



                          Not sure what this ship is ..


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                          • ombugge
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                            This last one is the Stena Alegra which is scheduled to go to NZ for the Cook Strait service. (Controversial)

                            The blue "tacks" on the side of the bunker tanker is tyre fenders which has been covered to avoid making black marks on the sides of nice white cruise ships. (They forgot to cover the fender on the bridge wing though)

                          The Semi Sub Osprey receiving Bunker



                          An X Bow, in Anchor



                          A Cosco Heavy lift vessel



                          Not sure who or what she is



                          This tug is registered in Pekan Baru !!

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                            Some more specialists



                            Maria, a heavy lifter I presume



                            A swire AHT, possibly one of the few built in Singapore !


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                            • PoloUK
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                              Interesting photos Ecureilx - we look forward to seeing many more!!!

                              Cheers, Mark.
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