The Russian sailing vessel PALLADA left Vladivostok January 22nd for a Pacific and Indian Ocean tour dubbed the "African Odyssey." The three-mast Pallada has been listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the fastest sailing vessel in the world, with a speed exceeding 18 knots.
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Planefinder and Shipfinder doesnt show any picture anymore in the mobile app. Lost data?
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Navy Ship Runs Aground Off the Philippines' Coast; Vessel and Crew Stranded
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Just purchased Plane Finder for my iphone, WOW what an APP. All I need now is to find places to take pictures. I am working on that now. I seem to understand all the data that appears on Pinkfroot now.
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To all on Pinkfroot have a very enjoyable Christmas and New year, with good photo shoots in 2013
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Merry Christmas all Pinkfroot members and a Happy New Year.
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A Merry Christmas and Holidays to all friends and members at Pinkfroot.
A crewman has died and 11 others had to be rescued when stormy seas overcame their vessel in the North Sea.
The Vos Sailor was damaged and took on water during severe weather overnight. Coastguard launched a rescue mission after a mayday call at 4.30am and 11 crew members were winched to safety.
Police said one man was fatally injured however. His body has not yet been recovered.
The vessel in difficulty sustained significant damage and became disabled while on…Continue
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A 730-foot bulk carrier, CSL Tadoussac, punctured a bunker tank on Tuesday morning while backing into a pier inToledo, Ohio along the Maumee River...
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VANCOUVER - Westshore Terminals Investment Corp. (TSX:WTE) said Friday that a ship docking at its terminal just south of Vancouver has hit a trestle leading to one of two berths, removing a large portion of it.
The company reported no injuries nor apparent significant damage to the ship.…Continue
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This is the container ship I was on in September! CBC News used my photo (without permission).
Passengers were evacuated from a plane on Glasgow Airport's runway following an emergency when the cabin filled with smoke during take off.
Four people were taken to hospital with chest and hip injuries and 13 others received medical treatment at the scene. Nobody is thought to have been seriously injured. Most of the injuries occurred while passengers were using emergency chutes to leave the plane.
Emergency services were alerted at around 7.40am on Friday…Continue
09:00 3A-MGA F900 (DEP 09:00-10:00 17.10.2012)
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Here at Pinkfroot we're delighted to announce a major new update to Plane Finder and Plane Finder HD
Here at Pinkfroot we're delighted to announce a major new update to planefinder.net
We hope that you enjoy…Continue
A small plane carrying Interior and Local Government Secretary Jesse Robredo, who was on his way home to Naga from a conference in Cebu, crashed in the sea near the coast of Masbate province Saturday afternoon, officials said.
His aide, Don Abrasado, survived the crash, but the fate of Robredo and the two pilots of the four-seater Piper Seneca plane is still uncertain, according to a tweet from Transportation and Communication Secretary Mar…
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I understand that this is not going to be easy, but can anyone have a shot at identifying the ship in this picture, or even the shipping company? I realise that it is a terrible image, but in my own defence it was taken from a moving ferry, at a distance of several miles, hand-held with a lens equivalent to a 600mm. It was taken looking north from the ferry from Mull to Iona (Argyll, Scotland) in July, in an area not known for visiting cruise ships.…Continue