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NAGARA ながら Imoto Lines - 136 Japanese Container Ship

 

NAGARA ながら is an Imoto Lines 136 meter Japanese Container Ship
NAGARA ながら is an Imoto Lines 136 meter Japanese Container Ship

 

IMO number    9843778
Vessel Name    NAGARA ながら
Type               Container Ship
Flag                Japan
Gross Tonnage 7432
Length Overall  136 meters
Beam               21 meters   
Year Built         2018
IMO number    9843778


NAGARA ながら is an Imoto Lines 136 meter Japanese Container Ship
NAGARA ながら is an Imoto Lines 136 meter Japanese Container Ship

This fascinating ship was photographed by Ship Freakazoid in April, 2022 in the Moji Ward of Garden Paradise Kitakyushu, Japan. The Imoto Lines ships frequently pass thru the Kanmon Straits. Because of their unique shapes they are easily spotted, and are a welcome sight for ship freaks as well as the general population.

NAGARA ながら is an Imoto Lines 136 meter Japanese Container Ship
NAGARA ながら is an Imoto Lines 136 meter Japanese Container Ship


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