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NEPTUN

Postby teesships » Mon Aug 12, 2013 11:30 am

NEPTUN (9167978), Gibraltar, British, 2039gt, completed Giurgiu/Bergum 1-1998
1998 EMMAPLEIN - 2004 NEPTUN

Goole - 7 August 2013:
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Previously sighted (through fog!) on the Elbe - 30 May 2010:
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Re: NEPTUN

Postby teesships » Tue Feb 24, 2015 10:45 am

As EMMAPLEIN see also: viewtopic.php?f=11&t=15416

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Re: NEPTUN

Postby teesships » Wed Feb 24, 2016 8:29 pm

Further rename: RIX PACIFIC (since 01/11/2015) - Latvia flag

Yes, her registered owner is: Care of SIA 'Rix Shipmanagement' , Krisjana Valdemara iela 33-28, LV-1010 Riga, Latvia.

However, Graham assured us they are not our Rix's! See: http://northeastmaritime.co.uk/viewtopi ... 57&t=14649

Nevertheless, it is one of quite a few RIX prefix coasters which have appeared in the last couple of years.
Scope for future confusion?????

From Equasis:
RIX ALLIANCE (since 01/01/2015)- Latvia - 9128403 - 2061gt, completed Komarno 7-1995, ex PRASIDENT;
RIX CRYSTAL (since 01/06/2014) - Latvia - 9050125 - 2478gt. completed Boizenburg 2-1993
- previously 1993 BREMER URANUS - 2006 FEHN MISTRAL;
RIX EMERALD (since 01/06/2015) - Latvia - 9116802 - 2061gt, completed Komarno 3-1995, ex PARSIVAL;
RIX RIVER (since 01/04/2015) - Latvia - 9065948 - 2446gt, completed Komarno 8-1993
- previously 1993 KOMARNO - 2014 WHEAT TRADER;
RIX STAR (since 01/06/2014) - Latvia - 9006277 - 2450gt, completed Wolgast 12-1991
- previously 1991 JUPITER - 2000 MSC BAHAMAS - 2002 JUPITER - 2005 RED SEA - 2006 IRISH SEA - 2008 SHORT SEA -
2014 POSEIDON

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Re: NEPTUN

Postby northeast » Thu Feb 25, 2016 7:25 am

Thanks Ron, more new names than Marine News!
RIX may be derived from RIgaX ??
Could be even more confusing if they start to use animal suffixes ....
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