Marine Gallery June 2020

Welcome to the Marine Gallery of June 2020, 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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Sailing past the impressive Gateway Arch, which is the tallest man-made monument in the Western Hemisphere, the ANDREW CANNAVA, a tug sailing under the flag of the USA.

 Her length overall is 39 metres and her width is 13 metres. 

 Interested in finding more about this vessel? Go to the specific vessel’s detail page and learn all about her.

Sailing under the flag of Norway, the LINNI; a red/black search-and-rescue vessel taking some time to rest before she needs to offer her valuable assistance to any vessel in distress. 

Here, spotted in Stokmarknes, she is giving us a perfect view of the snow-capped mountains in Norway.

If you’re curious to see where she is now, click here to locate the vessel on our Live Map.

This pleasure craft, the RYVAR, set sail from the port of Arnis yesterday. Two hours and 20 minutes later, she reached Flensburg Firth which is the westernmost inlet of the Baltic Sea.

For more photos of this vessel or to check her latest past track, visit this page here.

Moored at the port of Aveiro, at dawn, here is the SICHEM EAGLE. 

She is an oil tanker sailing under the flag of Malta and is a little bit over 170 metres long.

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Under this blue even-on-a-cloudy-day sky, the VIOS. She is an inland container vessel, sailing under the flag of the Netherlands.

135 metres in length, and 11.4 metres in width, she is a container situated at inland points away from sea ports.

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