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Photographer:Lyndon Henry [View profile]Title:Timor StreamAdded:Dec 08, 2017
Captured:December 05, 2017IMO:9172947Hits:939
Location:Castries, St Lucia
Photo Category: Reefers built 1980 onwards
No longer spotting Geest Line Decals. Funnel is being painted Blue can only assume the charter is up with Geest and the ships will be returning to Seatrade.
Vessel Identification
Name:Timor Stream
Former name(s):
- Stream Express (Until 2005 Jul)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Reefer
Gross tonnage:9,307 tons
Summer DWT:11,014 tons

Additional Information
Home port:Monrovia
Class society:Bureau Veritas
Build year:1998
AIS Information
Last known position:
35°59’12.19” N, 5°12’21.73” W
Speed, course (heading):
17.7kts, 85° (83°)
Arrival:16th Sep 2018
10:00:16 UTC
Last update:
1 month 10 days ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 December 31st, 16:00:58 UTCCristobal
2018 August 21st, 22:00:24 UTCAlgeciras
2018 July 20th, 08:00:36 UTCCristobal
2018 July 16th, 12:30:36 UTCFort De France
2018 July 7th, 13:40:41 UTCRadicatel
2018 May 15th, 14:00:16 UTCParamaribo
2018 May 4th, 15:00:30 UTCFlushing
2018 May 2nd, 08:00:40 UTCHamburg
2018 April 17th, 07:00:16 UTCPanama Canal
2018 April 8th, 08:00:03 UTCCristobal
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Photo Comments (4)

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Lyndon Henry on Dec 09, 2017 09:37 (11 months ago)
Thanks Krispen for the information. They are much bigger ships. Yvon I will miss those ships, among the islands we call them speed Demons they are brutally fast don't think the news ships will do the kinda speeds I have seen them do between the islands. Thanks Juan for the compliment

Yvon Perchoc on Dec 08, 2017 15:57 (11 months ago)
Hello Lyndon,
In the evening (05/12), she was for her last call at Fort de France, with Geest colours partially masked on the funnel.
Welcome to the future Geest !
Krispen Atkinson on Dec 08, 2017 15:37 (11 months ago)
The four Stream-class are being replaced on the Geest charter by larger Seatrade vessels; so this would explain why she is returning back to Seatrade livery.

Juan Carlos C. on Dec 08, 2017 13:47 (11 months ago)
Hi Lyndon, nice picture
Maybe come back Seatrade? i waiting in the fruit season in this port, so be great..
Sorry for my english its no good.
Rgds juan carlos..
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