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DREAM ANGEL Vehicles Carrier passing thru the Kanmon Straits of Japan

DREAM ANGEL is a RORO vehicles carrier that was photographed passing thru the Kanmon Straits of Japan on September 26, 2023 (aka Haji-san's birthday R.I.P.). DREAM ANGEL a RORO vessel photographed sailing from Moji to Sakai Japan The day started out hazy, but soon turned into blue skies.  Ship Freakazoid was taken by friends to a beautiful spot that turned out to be perfect for photographing ships passing thru the Kanmon Strait. Garden Paradise Kitakyushu has a number of nice spots where one can enjoy views of the passing ships. DREAM ANGEL - 186 meter RORO Vehicles Carrier sailing thru Kanmon Strait Vessel Name    DREAM ANGEL Ship type         RORO / Vehicles Carrier IMO number    9303156 Flag                Panama Gross Tonnage                  41662 Summer Deadweight (t)    15089 Length          186 meters Width            28 meters Year Built      2006 A.D.  As per usual, an Olympus e-520 DSLR camera with Zuiko lens was used to capture this blue and white car carrying vessel as

MOL Celebration - 316 meters long 45 meters wide - Containter Ship

MOL Celebration is a large container ship in the Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd.(株式会社商船三井) fleet of vessels.   It was photographed by Ship Freakazoid on September 7, 2023 as it passed thru the Kanmon Straits between Moji and Shimonoseki on its journey from Tokyo, Japan to Busan, Korea. MOL Celebration passing under the Kanmon Bridge The photo above was taken from the Kanmon Ferry as it passed in front of MOL Celebration crossing the Kanmon Strait between Mojiko, Kitakyushu and Karato Pier, Shimonoseki.     上記の写真は関門連絡船から撮影しました♪ MOL Celebration ★ 株式会社商船三井・Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. This photo (above) was also taken from the Kanmon Ferry in Kanmon Strait as it crossed between the islands of Kyushu and Honshu.            上記の写真も関門連絡船からの撮影ばい(^_-)-☆ Container ship MOL Celebration travelling to Busan from Tokyo This shot was taken from Karato Pier, near the Kaikyokan Aquarium in Shimonoseki, Japan.  MOL Celebration is heading thru the Kanmon Strait and then to Busan, Korea.  It is about 222 kilometer