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 on: Today at 03:06:15 pm 
Started by davidships - Last post by pieter melissen
Adrian, you urgently need to change your signature....

 on: Today at 12:43:26 pm 
Started by Ship's Cat - Last post by martin klingsick
General Cargo Sea Castle imo 9226231 renamed Jade Castle

 on: Today at 08:56:19 am 
Started by davidships - Last post by Adrian Ford

 on: Today at 08:43:10 am 
Started by Marc Pingoud - Last post by davidships
That's really useful, Vlad
I've made this one "sticky" so it is always handy

 on: Today at 05:51:19 am 
Started by Ship's Cat - Last post by Manuel Hernández Lafuente
VISEMAR ONE (IMO 9498743) Italy since 28/10/2018 HEDY LAMARR Cyprus

 on: Today at 12:15:42 am 
Started by Marc Pingoud - Last post by lappino
Hi Marc,

Just post them here, I am sure that there will be people willing to help. I've "identified" the one you linked in your post, btw.

If you have a name written in "proper" Japanese characters (kanji), and not the "letters" (hiragana or katakana, which are much easier to decypher!), you could try this site:

You can draw the character there as you see it (just make sure you tick the "ignore stroke order"), and then paste the result in google. This is how I deal with the identification of Japanese kanji names; this is how I got the "Kamikawa Maru". Smiley

For hiragana letters, try this:



 on: Yesterday at 09:48:57 pm 
Started by Marc Pingoud - Last post by Marc Pingoud
Dear colleagues,
I just came back from a (short) trip to Japan. I have a set of ship photos, which I have no chance to identify by the visible ship name. They are in Japanese signs... ;-)

I'm sure there is a colleague from Japan who can help my by identifying the ships and support my by posting my photos with the correct name.


Looking forward for any support - No IMO and no MMSI can be seen on the photos

Kind regards from Switzerland

 on: Yesterday at 09:16:21 pm 
Started by Ship's Cat - Last post by rene2805
EEMSDIJK  9295531   Dutch  now  GESINA SCHEPERS  Antigua

Rgds René

 on: Yesterday at 08:29:22 pm 
Started by Brent - Last post by Stephen Chester
MSC are making another swap to their schedule. Capricorn service vessels will now call Napier and Kiwi service vessels will now call Nelson.

 on: November 10, 2018, 09:04:20 pm 
Started by davidships - Last post by davidships
We have decided to combine the category "Ships in Dry Dock" with its subcategory for vessels on "Patent Slips etc" into a single category "Ships under repair or conversion"  At the same time we have broadened it to include photos of repair/conversion work going on afloat.  In summary:

The category is only for ships which are under repair or conversion. They can be at a specialised facility (e.g. drydock, floating dock, synchrolift, patent slip, marine railway) on a shore site intended for the purpose, alongside a suitable berth, or undergoing significant work afloat.

Photos of vessels conducting minor repairs, routine maintenance or laid up afloat, or not at a repair facility (e.g. on a river bank/beach or at a cargo berth) should be uploaded to the appropriate ship category, following the relevant general and category site standards Vessels which do not qualify for inclusion in the ship-type categories (e.g. because they are small leisure craft) must not be uploaded. Photos showing ship damage but not yet under repair should be included in the Causalities category

Please read the full FAQ/Guidance Note (which contains a couple of links that look wrong, but do work - and will be sorted):

All members' photos that were in "Drydocks" are already in the new category, and the "Patent Slip" photos will also be moved there shortly, so there is no need to make individual moves.

If you have any questions or uncertainties about this please raise them here.

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