Four Japanese warships at the United States Fleet Activities Sasebo navy base on Kyushu, Japan. (L-R) DDG 177 Atago (Kongo Class), DDG 176 Chokai (Kongo Class), DD 104 Kirisame (Murasame Class) and DDH 182 Ise.
There is another aerial view photo of the same vessel available.
The debris strewn Nanaehama Beach, off which the ocean going ferry Toya Maru capsized during Sunday night's typhoon Mariebringing death to more than 1,000 persons, including many Americans. The Shinsei Maru. another ship beached by
Tegelberg leaving Kobe (I think). Captain Rademaker. Per Gran's notes: Tegleberg is old (1938) but clean and beautiful just redecorated. Our room is larger than at home &amp; has more drawer &amp; cupboard space than we can use. 2 wash bowls &amp; 3 medicine cabinets, 4 comfortable
AKANE, the latest Incat catamaran built for Japan's Sado Kisen, just after leaving the sheds at the Incat yards near Prince of Wales Bay, on the River Derwent, near Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on Friday, 13 March 2015.