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    As you can see above Container Feeders are not exactly beauties, but this one may be less so than most:




    These two looks a little better, but is still flat planks with a narrow and tall superstructure as far aft as possible:

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      The ASEAN Explorer has been shown many times at different threads on CVF before.
      Here she is at her regular spot on Eastern Working Anchorage (AEW) in Singapore:


      ​There is a number of Cable ships stationed around the world. These are complex vessels, most are of Norwegian design, but built here in Singapore in the late 1990s / early 2000s.

      If you wonder what this ship do when not sitting at AWE waiting on the next cable fault somewhere, here is a video from CNA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ag685glYH7c

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        ''elsa essberger'' inbound for rotterdam



        best regards Thijs

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          best regards Thijs

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            Some shots from Oxelösund, Sweden:
            103A0246 by Tommi Rotonen, on Flickr
            Lily Atlantic.




            Listerland.


            Kallio.

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              Some passenger boats in Hamburg, Germany.

              M/V "Hamburg"


              M/V "Hamburg" by Joakim André, on Flickr

              M/V "Waltershof"

              M/V "Waltershof" by Joakim André, on Flickr

              M/V "Altenwerder"

              M/V "Altenwerder" by Joakim André, on Flickr

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                ''arklow fame'' in the Northseacanal to Amsterdam



                best regards Thijs

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                  best regards Thijs

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                    ''thun gazelle'' out of the locks of IJmuiden,bound for Amsterdam.

                    http://www.marinetraffic.com/ais/det...l:THUN_GAZELLE





                    (mailed the helpdesk again of picture push,if they have a solution)
                    best regards Thijs

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                      best regards Thijs

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                        ''seaturbot'' i saw her about a year ago to the locks in Antwerp,now in coming for Amsterdam in the locks of IJmuiden
                        with only a tug at the stern for braking



                        out,without a tug and on her own to Amsterdam.
                        years back i read somewhere that an employe of the port authoreties said,if you have a working engine,a rudder and enough feul,you can make it on your own in the canal.
                        just fully load big tankers have tugs standing by

                        best regards Thijs

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                          best regards Thijs

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                            the locks of IJmuiden,such a nice place (short near the vessels) but those darn fences
                            best regards Thijs

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                              That is the biggest ships name I have seen painted on any bow in the past few years.

                              Helpful when looking at the ship from a distance without having to confirm with AIS.
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                                yeah,but even weirder is why they called it after a spanish car.
                                Seat turbo model t
                                best regards Thijs

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