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EVER BALMY an Evergreen Container Ship

EVER BALMY is a large container ship in the 211 vessel (as of May 2023) fleet of Taiwan's Evergreen.  She was photographed by Ship Freakazoid on August 4, 2023 from the Shimonoseki side of the Kanmon Strait.  Oh, and by the way, Taiwan is a country and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) can bugger off!

EVER BALMY is a 212 meter container ship operated by the Taiwanese company Evergreen.  The vessel was photographed in the Kanmon Strait of Japan on August 4, 2023.
Evergreen's EVER BALMY sailing thru the Kanmon Strait of Japan

IMO: 9786944
Name: EVER BALMY
Vessel Type - Generic: Cargo - Hazard D (Recognizable)
Vessel Type - Detailed: Container Ship
MMSI: 416031000
Call Sign: BKLB
Flag: Taiwan [TW]
Gross Tonnage: 33266
Summer DWT: 37301 t
Length: 211.9 meters
Width: 32.8 meters
Year Built: 2017
Home Port: Keelung

Evergreen EVER BALMY container ship sailing under Kanmon Bridge Japan

Ever Balmy was sailing eastward thru the Kanmon Strait of Japan.  In the above photo she is going under the massive Kanmon Bridge, which connects Shimonoseki City and the Island of Honshu with Kitakyushu and the Island of Kyushu.  Photos were taken from the Shimonoseki City Yamaguchi Prefecture side of the Kanmon Straits.


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