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Whithaven Douglas

Posted by
Philip (South Wales, United Kingdom) on 16 June 2012 in Transportation.

Seen from the Isle of Inishmore Ferry in Pembroke Dock while waiting to leave dock.

I understand this ship is a Oil/Chemical tanker built in 2005. It is 1922 gross tonage with an average speed of 8.5 knots.

I think it looks very dramatic with its red paintwork.

NIKON D90 1/320 second F/11.0 ISO 200 92 mm

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Nigel from Avening, United Kingdom

Must brighten up the docks........

16 Jun 2012 5:58am

@Nigel: They certainly need a bit of colour. Very drab area really.

grouser from Ludlow, United Kingdom

Interestingly documented. So slow you think it might be better off with sails :)

16 Jun 2012 10:09am

@grouser: These sort of tankers just trundle along but the looks of it.

Harry from Apex NC, United States

I like the red and white as well as the parallel two-tone aqua building.

16 Jun 2012 4:33pm

Slackwater - Don from Spokane, United States

I like its paint job. These can be so ugly and this brightens it up a bit.

16 Jun 2012 5:56pm

l'Angevine from France

intéressant engin

16 Jun 2012 6:17pm

Anthony Morgan Lambert from Bielefeld,Old West Wales boy, Germany

Oil is big money on the Milford Haven waterway (Cleddau river) and a permanent sight since the late 60´s.Further up river nature takes over again.

23 Jun 2012 11:09am

NIKON D90
1/320 second
F/11.0
ISO 200
92 mm