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Fortunity



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Registered: April 2006
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Build 1984
IMO 8124474
GT 1692
Ex LENA'S 2001
At Truro 12-09-07
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· Date: Thu, 13 September 07 · Views: 254
· Filesize: 70.5kb, 70.6kb · Dimensions: 900 x 675 ·
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DICK SLOAN

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Registered: January 2007
Location: ENGLAND
Posts: 5,249
Thu, 13 September 07 13:08

Saves on drydock fees' get the Crew out scrapping and painting.
regards Dick.
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Old Janner
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Registered: March 2009
Location: Azerbaijan
Posts: 1,234
Mon, 14 October 19 05:25

I should imagine the speed that the Truro River is Silting in, that jetty maybe, now closed , would only be workable at Spring Tides.
Can any Local persons comment on Todays river state.
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FG86
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Registered: January 2011
Location: Falmouth UK
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Mon, 14 October 19 11:52

Good news! the quay is as busy as ever, there is a requirement to dredge the turning circle area, however the quay remains as the same depth and is regularly used for scrap. we loaded 1500 tonnes two weeks ago. the jetty is workable at all states of the tide, obviously only NABSA vessels are stemmed.
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