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photoblog image Amelia Cacace à Rouen
  • Navire : AMELIA CACACE
  • Pavillon : MLT
  • Libellé Pavillon : MALTE yc GOZO/COMINO
  • Numéro LLOYD : 9472713
  • Type de navire : NAV.MARCH.GENERALES
  • Longueur navire : 128,60
  • Largeur navire : 18,00
  • Port en lourd : 008.500
  • Tirant d'eau maxi : 6,49
  • Creux sur quille : 8,80
  • Volume navire : 15.509
  • Compteur ligne : 000
  • Compteur Navire : 001
sherri 3 May 2011, 03:16
That's quite a vessel.

....peter:) from Canada 3 May 2011, 03:33
Il s'agit d'un très gros porte-conteneurs Remla... J'adore l'angle qui a choisi cette prise... il a fait très bonne perception de la profondeur....Amitiés....peter/pierresmile

Elaine- 3 May 2011, 06:59
oh gosh what kind of boat is that? you sank my battleship!! hehe nice shot!!

Chris from England 3 May 2011, 07:00
A big ship indeed Remla

Tom Wilson from United Kingdom 3 May 2011, 09:30
Just about ready to convert to a cruise ship smile

Brian Walbey from England 3 May 2011, 09:47
I guess this is some sort of support vessel to the main fleet.

Alexandra 3 May 2011, 14:18
Very urban and industrial looking image...heavy as the grey skies. smile

Bill Phillips from England 3 May 2011, 16:51
An impressive looking ship built in China I think

Linda Bullock from United Kingdom 3 May 2011, 19:35
This is a big ship, the picture looks quite old with the conversion smile

Graeme Hubbard from United Kingdom 3 May 2011, 22:04
Great angle, Remla. It looks as if it's sitting on the dockside.

rian 4 May 2011, 02:03
must be satisfying to see a ship you built going on the water for the first time.. smile

Mathilde Collot 4 May 2011, 06:11
Incroyable ce bateau à quai!! la coque en arrondi est peu habituelle!!!

Ginnie from Netherlands 4 May 2011, 07:14
She's a real beauty, Rem, and one I'd love to 'tour' on board.

SAVO from United Kingdom 4 May 2011, 09:45
Beautifully captured Remla. Would be nice to see what the inside looks like

Beverly Andrighetti from Canada 4 May 2011, 14:13
This ship would be very interesting to tour, Remla. Did you have an opportunity to go aboard?

Glo from United States 4 May 2011, 15:37
interesting shot! well done!

cornishmaid from United Kingdom 4 May 2011, 17:48
The ship is a great presence. Good shot

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Arjan - PlasticDaisy 8 May 2011, 14:40
All rusty and old looking but still quite the eyecatcher in this scene!

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