Posts Tagged ‘bulkcarrier’

SHOFU MARU – IMO 9919395

Posted: 14 May, 2023 by SeaBart in special, strange, ugly
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Posted: 31 July, 2022 by SeaBart in name
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Mount Bolivar – IMO 9738832

Posted: 13 April, 2022 by SeaBart in strange
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Julianto Moeliodihardjo – IMO 8200668

Posted: 27 March, 2022 by SeaBart in paintjob
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Alpha Gallant – IMO 9747871

Posted: 24 June, 2020 by SeaBart in strange
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Posted: 28 November, 2019 by SeaBart in strange
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This does look very much like an updated version of the Iron Sirius, AKA the “Thalidomide Ship”.

If you have no clue about what I’m talking about: please click below picture to follow the original post about the Iron Sirius from July 2009.

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V Kerkis

Posted: 17 December, 2011 by SeaBart in ugly
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V Kerkis

IMO : 8029064

Build : 1982 by Mhi Nagasaki Shipyard & Engine Works – Nagasaki in Japan, nr ?? as Shinho Maru

If you are a regular on this site you might remeber the Kergi, the Sea Baltica & Sea Nordica and the Balmung. The common demeanor for all these vessels is that they have holes in their respective accomodations. (more…)

Extreme (ugly) concepts (part 2)

Posted: 2 June, 2011 by SeaBart in ugly
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Extreme (ugly) concepts (part 2)

Although I don’t have that much time this week (due to a course and family matters) I didn’t want to keep these 2 ugly concepts away from you. Just to warn you of their (more…)

Yeoman Bridge

Posted: 4 March, 2010 by SeaBart in paintjob, ugly
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Yeoman Bridge

IMO : 8912302

Build : 1991 by Hashihama Zosen TAD – Hashihama in Japan, nr ?? as EasternĀ  Bridge

WOW….Talking about “in your face”!! The paintjob of this vessel (more…)

Iron Sirius

Posted: 19 July, 2009 by SeaBart in special
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Iron Sirius

IMO : 6706670

Build :1967 by Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries, Aioi in Japan, nr 671 as Sigsilver

When launched in 1967 this was the largest dry bulk carrier in the whole wide (more…)