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  1. Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

    Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

    A busy port of Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Wednesday, 18 October 2017. The ferry ISLE OF LA DIGUE is being loaded aboard ATLANTIC DAWN. AURORA AUSTRALIS, an Antarctic resupply and research ship is nearby, while the new Tasports tug YANDEYARRA is arriving from Port Hedland in Western Australia.
  2. ISLE OF LA DIGUE

    ISLE OF LA DIGUE

    The ferry ISLE OF LA DIGUE bound for the Cocos Cat company in Victoria, SEychelles, is loaded aboard the freighter ATLANTIC DAWN in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Wednesday, 18 October 2017.
  3. Atlantic Dawn and Melanesia Chief

    Atlantic Dawn and Melanesia Chief

    ATLANTIC DAWN departing Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Wednesday, 18 October 2017, carrying a newly built ferry, ISLE OF LA DIGUE, for the Cocos Cat company in Victoria, Seychelles, and the container ship MELANESIAN CHIEF arriving, with the pilot boat PARINGA having just embarked a pilot.
  4. Atlantic Dawn

    Atlantic Dawn

    ATLANTIC DAWN departing Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Wednesday, 18 October 2017, with a new Richardson Devine-built ferry, ISLE OF LA DIGUE, aboard for transportation to the Seychelles and the Cat Cocos company.
  5. Atlantic Dawn

    Atlantic Dawn

    Aft view of the bridge. Las Palmas 02/02/2005. regards,Rick
  6. Atlantic Dawn

    Atlantic Dawn

    Working Deck. At Las Palmas on 02/02/2005. Regards,Rick
  7. Atlantic Dawn

    Atlantic Dawn

    Loading stores at Las Palmas on 02/02/2005. Regards,Rick
  8. Atlantic Dawn

    Atlantic Dawn

    Atlantic Dawn from aft.
  9. Atlantic Dawn

    Atlantic Dawn

    Atlantic dawn. Biggest fishing ship in the world.
  10. Atlantic dawn

    Atlantic dawn

    Foredeck. At Las Palmas 02/02/2005.
  11. Atlantic Dawn

    Atlantic Dawn

    Port bridgewing. At las Palmas 02/02/2005.
  12. Atlantic Dawn

    Atlantic Dawn

    At Las Palmas 02/02/2005.
  13. Atlantic Dawn

    Atlantic Dawn

    The largest trawler in the world pictured at Las Palmas on 18/11/2005. The Irish owned vessel was built by Umoe Sterkoder A/S, Kristiansund. (Hull no. 190) in 2000. She was laid up awaiting fishing permits and has been denied work in many locations due to her enormous 'hoovering' of the seas!
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