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    AHTS Pacific Platinum heading back to her base at Tuas West:




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      Two Bourbon boats at anchor at AJW, Singapore:

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        Orelia in Leith, 6 July 2013

        Orelia, IMO8208854, is described as a “unique diving support vessel with exceptionally low roll characteristics and low profile” in this pdf data sheet from Technip.

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            ...known by many as 'the skip'! Done a lot of diving work, despite being so slow she used to be towed around the North Sea! (This is her new Bow, by the way- she took a bad wave in the Bridge a few years ago, which blacked out the whole ship, and she was remodelled with this sleek, streamlined one!)
            Last edited by Stuart; August 3rd, 2013, 22:25.

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              Who stepped on the BRAKE!!!!:

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                Originally posted by ombugge View Post
                Who stepped on the BRAKE!!!!:
                Quite an action shot you got there Ombugge! Much more of that and you'll have to get into camera panning techniques!!!

                Originally posted by Stuart View Post
                ...known by many as 'the skip'!....
                Haha I see what you mean! - and probably looked all the more so before the replacement bow. Thanks so much for all the extra info, Stuart.

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                  Originally posted by Seagull View Post
                  Quite an action shot you got there Ombugge! Much more of that and you'll have to get into camera panning techniques!!!
                  What do you mean "getting into"???
                  How do you think I capture this one just at the right time????

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                    You know, like photos of Formula 1 cars where the moving car is dead sharp (the photographer having swung round exactly following it during the length of the exposure time) and the background thus showing the motion blur.

                    Same “right time”, different technique

                    PS ok…instead of rambling on about F1 I should just have directed you to the more maritime surroundings of the HSC thread! – for example see Tom McNikon’s photos in #1154 photos 4 to 6, especially that great photo of Rygerfonn number 6.
                    Last edited by Seagull; August 5th, 2013, 18:01. Reason: ...added PS!

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                      Re: World's OFFSHORE VESSELS

                      Originally posted by ombugge View Post
                      Who stepped on the BRAKE!!!!:
                      Oh! I LIKE IT!
                      Ivy

                      "To thine own self be true.......
                      Thou canst not then be false to any man."

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                        Re: World's OFFSHORE VESSELS

                        A new PSV under construction at Batam, Indonesia:




                        PS> PSV 09 CD design from Varde in Aalesund.
                        Last edited by ombugge; August 9th, 2013, 05:55. Reason: Add PS

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                          Re: World's OFFSHORE VESSELS

                          Impressive vessel and photos, Ombugge ….and I liked the PS!

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                            Acergy Discovery in Leith, 5th August 2013

                            Subsea 7’s Acergy Discovery, IMO8813910, was in Western Harbour, Leith for several days last week, taking up most of the corner opposite the supermarket carpark. (Just see what you missed, Ralf!)

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