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Photo Details
Photographer:Owen Foley [View profile]Title:Pacific ExplorerAdded:Nov 15, 2017
Captured:November 15, 2017IMO:9103996Hits:147
Location:Brisbane, Australia
Photo Category: Cruise Ships built 1991-2000
Description:
pacific Explorer sailing into Moreton Bay just after sunrise
Vessel Identification
Name:Dawn Princess
IMO:9103996
Flag:Bermuda
MMSI:310437000
Callsign:ZCBU2
Technical Data
Vessel type:Passengers Ship
Gross tonnage:77,441 tons
Summer DWT:8,293 tons
Length:261 m
Beam:32 m
Draught:8.3 m

Additional Information
Home port:Hamilton
Class society:Lloyd's Shipping Register
Build year:1994
AIS Information
Last known position:
33°51’41.04” S, 151°11’22.5” E
Status:Moored
Speed, course (heading):
0kts, 88° (88°)
Destination:
Location:Sydney
Arrival:19th Nov 2017
18:15:42 UTC
Last update:
29 seconds ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2017 November 19th, 18:15:42 UTCSydney
2017 November 14th, 18:15:55 UTCTangalooma
2017 November 5th, 16:45:15 UTCMelbourne
2017 November 3rd, 19:00:58 UTCSydney
2017 November 1st, 19:30:06 UTCTangalooma
2017 October 27th, 18:00:55 UTCSydney
2017 October 7th, 19:15:03 UTCNoumea
2017 October 6th, 16:30:23 UTCIsle Of Pines
2017 October 3rd, 18:00:08 UTCSydney
2017 September 30th, 17:45:03 UTCNoumea
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Photo Comments (2)

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Sinisa Aljinovic on Nov 15, 2017 20:55 (4 days ago)
Well done job,Owen!
Alex59 on Nov 15, 2017 17:30 (4 days ago)
Really enjoying your work, Owen. This one is simply outstanding. On the "Voyager of the Seas" photo, you mentioned the radar scanner on the stern. On my last ship, we had one for docking purpose. It was not "gyro stabilized"; just a very short range, high definition type. Thanks again for posting, Owen.
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