Welcome to the Marine Gallery of June 2019, a monthly segment on our blog featuring the five best pictures of every month, selected by members of the MarineTraffic Photo Moderators. These could include images of vessels, ports or lighthouses from around the world.
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This heavy load carrier is RED ZED I. She was built in 2015 and is sailing under the flag of Liberia. Her deadweight is 51476 tonnes and her gross tonnage is 37071. This beautiful photo was taken in Murmansk, a city in northwestern Russia, at the end of a deep bay off the Barents Sea.
Sailing under the flag of Norway, NORWEGIAN GANNET is a fish carrier of 94 meters long, built just a year ago. She was spotted in the popular port of Bergen, Norway. Did you know that Bergen is surrounded by one of the world’s most spectacular tourist attractions – the Norwegian Fjords, which are included on UNESCO’s World Heritage List?
IDE MIN is a passenger ship sailing under the flag of the Netherlands. Built in 1957, she was spotted in Kiel, Germany. IDE MIN is 39,6 meters long and her gross tonnage is 103. The port of Kiel attracts many visitors during Kiel Week, an annual sailing event in the region. This year’s event was completed last Sunday. Find out more photos of Kiel port here.
This icebreaker ship is VAYGACH, spotted in Kola Bay, Russia. She was built in 1990 and is sailing under the Russian flag. She is 149,7 meters long, her gross tonnage is 20791 and her deadweight 3550 tonnes.
Did you know that Kola Bay, also known as Murmansk Fjord, is a 57-km-long fjord of the Barents Sea that cuts into the northern part of the Kola Peninsula?
This beautiful sailing vessel is COLUMBIA. She is 35 meters long and sailing under the USA flag. The photo was taken in Newport Harbor, one of the largest recreational boat harbours on the U.S. west coast. Discover more photos and information about her in our Vessel Details page, here.
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