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Photographer:lappino [View profile]Title:SEAN SPIRITAdded:Jun 24, 2020
Captured:January 01, 2019IMO:9781918Hits:921
Photo Category: Ship's Deck
Description:
If you've ever wondered how the guts of a large LNG tanker looked like...
Vessel Identification
Name:N/A
IMO:9781918
Technical Data
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Additional Information
AIS Information
Last known position:
22°0’12.35” N, 114°20’3.89” E
Status:Underway
Speed, course (heading):
14.3kts, 199° (199°)
Destination:
Location:Sgsin Pgsb
Arrival:31st May 2020
01:00:35 UTC
Last update:
6 days 0 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)
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Photo Comments (11)

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lappino on Jun 26, 2020 07:03 (8 days ago)
Thanks for your comment, Sophie!

You're right, it's GTT Mark III Flex system.

Here's video presentation:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8I_sUb6oJ8

As for KC-1, given time and price, I see no reason for some owners not to shift to Korean system, just like they did with other equipment...

Cheers

Vlad
SophiePark on Jun 26, 2020 01:06 (8 days ago)
It must be the'GTT Mark III Flex,' as I see the shape of grid :)
A little sad about KC-1, though, love your pictures, as always!
Thanks, lappino.
lappino on Jun 24, 2020 15:59 (9 days ago)
MattyBoy, here's something on her "Cargo Containment System" (what we see here) design:

https://www.gtt.fr/en/technologies/markiii-systems

I didn't see Justin Timberlake's video before; even if it's not exactly the same, maybe it was where the creators of the video got the idea... :)

Cheers

Vlad
Dеnis on Jun 24, 2020 14:49 (9 days ago)
Justin Timberlake's "Rock Your Body" must have been filmed in one of these, lol!
sailoretel on Jun 24, 2020 14:38 (9 days ago)
Dancefloor!
MattyBoy on Jun 24, 2020 13:34 (9 days ago)
Wow - that's amazing. I always wondered when I saw these beasts what it's like inside. Is that a relatively new internal design or has it always been like that?
lappino on Jun 24, 2020 12:47 (9 days ago)
Yes, Emmanuel, all that can be seen here is the primary corrugated stainless steel membrane, in direct contact with liquid gas, carried at about -160 degrees Celsius.

Cheers

Vlad
Emmanuel.L on Jun 24, 2020 11:24 (10 days ago)
Hi lappino, is that all stainless steel?

regards
Emmanuel.L.(Malta)
lappino on Jun 24, 2020 09:36 (10 days ago)
Thanks for your comments, Pieter and Volker. There's a thing missing from this scene, however, like a human figure, for instance, to show things in proper scale. This thing is absolutely huge!

Cheers

Vlad
volker1948 on Jun 24, 2020 08:34 (10 days ago)
Great!!!!
pieter melissen on Jun 24, 2020 06:12 (10 days ago)
I was in one built for Petronas many years ago at the Atlantique shipyard. The overwhelming impression was that of size and "silverness"
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