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ANDREAS production tanker

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ANDREAS production tanker

Postby aukepalmhof » Wed Mar 13, 2019 7:57 pm

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The vessel in the background of the stamp can be the production tanker ANDREAS,that she was on fire on the stern, as seen on the stamp is not correct.
20 July 2016 at 13.30 local time the production tanker ANDREAS underway from the Russian Black Sea to Rotterdam passing the Strait of Gibraltar collided with HMS AMBUSH when she surfaced.
According the British Ministry of Defence it was a glancing collision, in which the ANDREAS was undamaged. The submarine suffered some external damage and docked in Gibraltar around 21.00 local time.

Built as a tanker under yard No 1028 by Daedong Shipbuilding Co., Jinhae for the Robin Shipping Co, Monrovia, Liberia.
04 October 1997 ordered.
05 November 1998 laid down.
27 March 1999 launched as the ROBIN.
Tonnage, 23,843 grt, 8,835 nrt, 35,966 dwt, dim. 183.0 x 27.4 x 17.6m, length bpp. 174.5m
Powered by one 6RTA48T Hyundai Sulzer diesel engine, hp?, speed 14 knots.
02 June 1999 completed, IMO No 9192741, Liberia flag and registry.
2009 Sold and renamed LUGURIA.
2012 Renamed in ATLANTIC LIGURIA.
2014 Sold and managed by Varco SA, Greece and renamed ANDREAS under Panama flag.
August 2018 sold to Seven Island Shipping Ltd., Mumbai, India, renamed HARMONY.
India flag and registry.

2019 In service.

Sierra Leone 2017 Le9800 sg?, scott?
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