Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Filia Nettie

was passing through Lough Foyle a few days ago heading back to Amsterdam.


  • IMO: 9488827
  • Name: FILIA NETTIE
  • MMSI: 244363000
  • Vessel Type: GENERAL CARGO
  • Gross Tonnage: 2199
  • Summer DWT: 2950 t
  • Build: 2008
  • Flag: NETHERLANDS
  • Home port: WERKENDAM

  • 27 comments:

    1. Hello Bill, A breathtaking photo. Wishing you a wonderful day.

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    2. Wonder what it is transporting.

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    3. Hi Bill.

      Nice picture Bill, with the landscape behind it.

      Groettie from Patricia.

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    4. Wonderful landscape and sea.

      God bless.

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    5. Hello, wonderful view of the sea, ship and mountain background. Enjoy your day and week ahead!

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    6. Very nice, Bill. But you know me and I was wondering how long it would take for the captain to get a message from the bridge to someone standing on the bow (not using electronic means) ...that's a pretty good stretch of ship!

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    7. I was doing some genealogy yesterday and learned I had an ancestor by the name of Nettie.

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    8. Hello Bill.
      An excellent photo with the Ship ,the mountains and the beautiful landscape!
      Have a lovely afternoon!
      Dimi...

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    9. What a wonderful shot. I can't help thinking that the people working on that ship get some lovely views while on the job.

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    10. I like to look at ships as well.
      This is really an great picture.
      : )

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    11. My Uncle lived along the Welland Canal between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie when I was a kid and we all loved to go and watch the ships and see where they had come from.

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    12. We used to pass a lot of cargo ships when we'd go out on our pontoon boat. That's a nice one, I like the blue.

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    13. Maybe it's back home by now.

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    14. Nice photo but what sort of cargo does it hold? like containers?

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    15. She is a big one! Some type of tanker me thinks.

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    16. Amazing shot! Good view of the tanker with the mountain as it's back ground:)

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    18. I wonder what cargo she would be carrying.

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