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  1. OCEANA

    OCEANA

    Wednesday, October 17th 2007. OCEANA IMO nb - 9169550 MMSI nb - 310473000 Call Sign - ZCDN9 Port of Registry - Hamilton Flag - Bermuda Builder - Fincantieri, Monfalcone, Italien Building year - January 2000 Gross Tonnage - 77499 t Net Tonnage - 44202 t Deadweight - 8293 t Length over all - 2
  2. OCEANA

    OCEANA

    IMO nb - 9169550 MMSI nb - 310473000 Call Sign - ZCDN9 Port of Registry - Hamilton Flag - Bermuda Builder - Fincantieri, Monfalcone, Italien Building year - January 2000 Gross Tonnage - 77499 t Net Tonnage - 44202 t Deadweight - 8293 t Length over all - 262.2 m Beam - 32.3 m Depth - 17.4 m Draft - 8
  3. OCEANA

    OCEANA

    She was the first cruise ship I photographed, and still is a favourite. Leaving Lisbon toward Cadiz. Location - Lisbon Date - May 16th 2007 IMO nb - 9169550 Call Sign - ZCDN9 Port of Registry - Hamilton Flag - Ber
  4. OCEANA

    OCEANA

    Another photo of her in Lisbon. She left 30 mins earlier than schedulled. Location - Lisbon Date - May 16th 2007 IMO nb - 9169550 Call Sign - ZCDN9 Port of Registry - Hamilton Flag - Bermuda Builder - Fincantieri, Monfalcone, Italien Building year - January 2000 Gross Tonnage - 77499 t Net Tonnage
  5. OCEANA

    OCEANA

    My first photo of this good looking ship. Location - Rocha Cruise Terminal, Lisbon Date - Oct. 19th 2005 IMO nb - 9169550 Call Sign - ZCDN9 Port of Registry - Hamilton Flag - Bermuda Builder - Fincantieri, Monfalcone, Italien Building year - January 2000 Gross Tonnage - 77499 t Net Tonnage - 4420
  6. OCEANA

    OCEANA

    Destination - Cadiz IMO nb - 9169550 Call Sign - ZCDN9 Port of Registry - Hamilton Flag - Bermuda Builder - Fincantieri, Monfalcone, Italien Building year - January 2000 Gross Tonnage - 77499 t Net Tonnage - 44202 t Deadweight - 8293 t Length over all - 262.2 m Beam - 32.3 m Depth - 17.4 m Draft -
  7. OCEANA

    OCEANA

    Destination - Cadiz In the background, one of the most remarcable portuguese lighthouses [for me, of course], called "Bugio". The "official" name is "Farol do Forte da Cabeça Seca", and was originally a fortification designed to protect Lisbon of the french invasions, together with other fortress.
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