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Vos Iona berthed at Victoria Pier, Douglas, Isle of Man
· Date: Sat, 29 December 12 · Views: 277
· Filesize: 96.3kb, 96.3kb · Dimensions: 1024 x 768 ·
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Keywords: Vos Iona
Location photo was taken: Douglas, Isle of Man
Date photo was taken: 29/12/12
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terence
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Registered: August 2005
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Sat, 29 December 12 17:12

built 77?
07 viking iona
09 vos iona
imo 7413127
builder elgin brown hamer durban sa
1444gt
1921dwt
flag uk
call sign zqfv4
offshore s s
terry music man
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Setumar

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Registered: June 2005
Location: Cetobriga
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Sun, 30 December 12 05:05

She was built as the Highland Piper and has been renamed nine times.

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terence
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Sun, 30 December 12 16:57

thanks setumar
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Blackal

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Sun, 30 December 12 23:07

Ah-hah! I was going to say that she looked a lot like the 'Hamilton Piper' - so I guess there was a series of those ..........

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Mon, 31 December 12 06:59

Might not have been to many of them, built around the middle 70s, BH75 type by Brown & Hamer of South Africa.
The ones i know of are Stad Scotia and Stad Scandia, Edda Sprint and Edda Sprite, Highland Piper and Hamilton Piper, not sure if there were many more.

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scottyb
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Registered: May 2007
Location: Montrose
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Mon, 31 December 12 07:29

think this one had something to do with Salvesens at one point
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Trawldoor
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Mon, 31 December 12 09:02

Yip, Hamilton and Highland Piper were owned by Salvesens.
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sartor
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Registered: October 2011
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Mon, 31 December 12 12:44

The Edda Sprite is still on the go formally called the Havila sea she is now the Ocean sprite built 1975 owned by Atlantic Offshore Aberdeen.
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tonymar
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Mon, 31 December 12 20:14

i remember one was a regular in adeen in the 80s called the Emerald Bas
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Trawldoor
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Mon, 31 December 12 20:46

Emerald Bas is the old Edda Sprite. She ended up as a Havila EERV. Cannot remember which one.....
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sartor
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Tue, 1 January 13 05:49

The Emerald bas became the Havila sea now known as the Ocean Sprite currently on standby duties in the Athena field
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jmolyneux
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Wed, 2 January 13 03:58

Does anyone know the reasons why Vos Iona & Rockwater 1 have been berthed in Douglas?
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