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  1. BOW DE FENG

    BOW DE FENG – Hong Kong flagged chemical tanker, built Japan 2002, IMO 9257125. Shown here at anchor off Tranmere in the River Derwent awaiting a berth at the Nyrstar zinc processing plant at Risdon nr. Hobart. Pic taken …… 24/2/11
  2. BOW DE FENG

    BOW DE FENG – Hong Kong flagged chemical tanker, built Japan 2002, IMO 9257125. Shown here at anchor off Tranmere in the River Derwent awaiting a berth at the Nyrstar zinc processing plant at Risdon nr. Hobart. Pic taken …… 24/2/11
  3. Bow De Jin

    Bow De Jin passing through the Tasman Bridge on the River Derwent at Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Monday, 8 November 2010, on her way to the Nyrstar zinc processing plant at Risdon to load a cargo of sulphuruc acid.
  4. Bow De Feng

    Bow De Feng and the tug Storm Cove approaching the Nyrstar zinc processing plant at Risdon, on the River Derwent, near Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Tuesday, 5 October 2010, to load a cargo of sulphuric acid.
  5. Bow De Feng

    Bow De Feng and the tug Storm Cove on the River Derwent,at Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Tuesday, 5 October 2010, on her way to the Nyrstar zinc processing plant at Risdon to load a cargo of sulphuric acid. The Wrest Point Hotel-Casino is in the background.
  6. Bow De Feng

    The Hong Kong-registered tanker Bow De Feng arriving in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Sunday, 11 April 2010, and heading for the Nyrstar zinc processing plant at Risdon, on the River Derwent, to take on a cargo of sulphuric acid.
  7. Bow De Feng

    The Hong Kong-registered tanker Bow De Feng arriving in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Sunday, 11 April 2010, and heading for the Nyrstar zinc processing plant at Risdon, on the River Derwent, to take on a cargo of sulphuric acid.
  8. Bow De Feng

    The Hong Kong-registered tanker Bow De Feng arriving in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Sunday, 11 April 2010, and heading for the Nyrstar zinc processing plant at Risdon, on the River Derwent, to take on a cargo of sulphuric acid.
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