Archive for October, 2010

Flashback week 43-2009

Posted: 18 October, 2010 by SeaBart in special

Flashback week 43-2009

And here we are again: this time we do have something to look back to.

Starting off with Funny Names, always good for a laugh.

Remember the recurring port about the Aeria? She was also featured on

“Diving support, pleasure and dwelling craft”, yup indeed : the Orbiit.

The first post of Fairlane, the (then-) new contributor to this site : Emma Miller.

The Armanborg :  an ex-Strange Stubby Tug, now Quirky Looking.

A vessel with a Schnoz : Mudyug.

Rebuild/converted/modified/lengthened/sank & start all over : Silja Opera.

Lorelay: Menacingly ugly Monster of the Seas.

Flashback Week 42-1009

Posted: 11 October, 2010 by SeaBart in special

Flashback Week 42-2009

Well, good start of the week this time: nothing to flashback to as I was Offshore all week without the interwebs available. Please come back nest week for a look in the past.

Oceanic 1

Posted: 7 October, 2010 by SeaBart in ugly
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Oceanic 1

IMO : 7416961

Build : 1975 by Levingston SB – Orange TX in the U.S.A., nr ?? as Inagua Surf

OMG, how hugh must that knife have been to have cut this vessel in 2 exact pices with one big slash! Oh, wait……they build her like this? (more…)


Posted: 5 October, 2010 by SeaBart in ugly


IMO : 7908005

Build : 1983 by Avondale Shipyards Inc – Avondale in the U.S. of A., nr 2331 as President Monroe

We have had a closer look of vessels belonging to the Matson Navigation Inc before and wondered about the modifying of vessels that (more…)

Stanechakker (Updated)

Posted: 4 October, 2010 by SeaBart in ugly
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IMO : 7636896

Build : 1978 by Hall Russel co ltd, Aberdeen, UK nr 976

Quit a while ago, on 24-11-2008 this website was launched and the first appearance (more…)

Flashback week 41-2009

Posted: 4 October, 2010 by SeaBart in special

Flashback Week 41-2009

After some very quiet weeks here on (due to holydays, work & a wee lack of inspiration) I’m gonna make a fresh start today, no more holidays planned, work is suspended for another 3-4 weeks and inspiration has to come now. Let’s start off with the standard monday morning exercise: the Flashback to last years week, nr 41 this time.

We had a (European) look at strange crane (the bird)-like American tugs.

Another bird-comparison came for the Escravos LPG FSO.


Dunno source, via the Interweb

These floating cars were actually not compared to but named after an animal : Plathypus Amphibious Jeep.

A lame joke but somebody got inspired by it : Spabunker Twenty.

A superfluousness of accommodation & windows : Nils Strömcrona.

The mystery of the Mystery Sailingboat was quickly resolved.

And I went offshore once again.