Archive for November, 2011

Flashback week 19-2010

Posted: 28 November, 2011 by SeaBart in special

Flashback week 19-2010

For this week we’ll follow the lead of last years flashback: no beating around the bush, just the links.

The Flashback to week 19-2009.

The Cedarbranch.

Picture by Jacques via

The Mega Passion.

The Acergy Condor.

Update IV of the Norwegian Epic Saga.

Picture by Hans Esveldt via week 43-2011

Posted: 25 November, 2011 by SeaBart in special
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SSP Kaimalino

Lady Norman

Posted: 24 November, 2011 by SeaBart in ugly
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Picture by Andrew Mackinnon via email

Lady Norman

IMO : n/a

Build : 1974 by ?? – ?? in Australia, nr ??

Andrew M. tipped me about this little bugger : the Lady Norman, a very small pushertug from the land of Down-under looking very odd and definitely worth a post here on the site. Maybe even considerable as cute & cuddly?

Picture by John Wilson via

As Andrew said: the pope is more than welcome to visit Brisbane, the pope-boat is ready for the tour!

Picture by Tropic Marine Photos, via

I do like the sharks teeth on the bow though, funny touch!

Andrew, thanks for the tip! Visit his website here: week 42-2011

Posted: 22 November, 2011 by SeaBart in special
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Noble Discoverer
Vectis Eagle
Reinauer Twins

Flashback week 18-2010

Posted: 21 November, 2011 by SeaBart in special

Flashback week 18-2010

We skipped one week but here we are again with a flashback into the past of this site. Week 18 of 2010 is not the subject.

First the Flashback to the same week in 2009.

An ugly DSV which I have personally experienced: the Noordhoek Singapore.

Picture by Erwin Willemse via

A non-ugly but unwanted cargo ship: the Savannah.

Picture by Shipjohn via

And that’s it!


Flashback week 17-2010

Posted: 7 November, 2011 by SeaBart in special

Flashback week 17-2010

Yeah… know the drill!

The Flashback to week 17 of 2009.

An ugly wreck: the New Carissa.

Picture by John C. driscoll via

The repossessed one: Maya Express.

I went to Paris & all I got were these “lovely” sight seeing boats (part 1).

Picture by Thierry Billard via