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SEARANGER and INGE KOSAN - IMO 9525194

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Photographer:Clyde Dickens [View profile]Title:SEARANGER and INGE KOSANAdded:Jul 11, 2019
Captured:July 11, 2019IMO:9525194Hits:466
Location:Sydney, Australia
Photo Category: Tugs with Tow
Description:
Sydney Harbour, off Taylors Bay approaching Bradleys Head
Completing tow from Cairns, 1322 nm
Vessels near 3351'04.91" S 15115'12.06" E

Marine Traffic data:
SEARANGER
IMO: 9475313
MMSI: 512019000
Call Sign: ZMBW
Flag: New Zealand [NZ]
AIS Vessel Type: Other
Gross Tonnage: 336
Deadweight: 243 t
Length Overall x Breadth Extreme: 32.4m 9.15m
Year Built: 2008

INGE KOSAN
IMO: 9525194
MMSI: 235085682
Call Sign: 2EJP8
Flag: United Kingdom [GB]
AIS Vessel Type: Tanker
Gross Tonnage: 3728
Deadweight: 3796 t
Length Overall x Breadth Extreme: 99.96m 16.6m
Year Built: 2011

Assisted in Harbour by SL DIAMANTINA & SL MARTINIQUE
Vessel Identification
Name:Inge Kosan
IMO:9525194
Flag:Isle Of Man (uk)
MMSI:235085682
Callsign:2EJP8
Technical Data
Vessel type:Lpg Tanker
Gross tonnage:3,728 tons
Summer DWT:3,796 tons

Additional Information
Home port:Douglas (isle Of Man)
Class society:Bureau Veritas
Build year:2011
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (5)

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Clyde Dickens on Jul 12, 2019 02:05 (11 days ago)
The New South Wales Newsletter of the World Shipping Society reports that "INGE KOSAN had been at Cairns since 26 May with crankshaft damage"

adenanthos on Jul 11, 2019 20:58 (11 days ago)
All very well but what happened to the vessel, was she crippled ?
Clyde Dickens on Jul 11, 2019 14:31 (11 days ago)
Thanks Paul
G'Day Jock. The winter westerly wind has made the sea more blue than usual
Jim McQuarrie on Jul 11, 2019 11:34 (11 days ago)
G'day Mate-Lovely summer weather again!!!
Paul Finnigan on Jul 11, 2019 08:51 (11 days ago)
Good one Clyde
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