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GASCHEM LEDA an LPG Tanker passing thru Kanmon Straits

GASCHEM LEDA recently passed thru the Kanmon Straits of Japan.  This vessel is an LPG Tanker and has a carrying capacity of 6459 cubic meters of liquid gas.

GASCHEM LEDA - LPG Tanker - Kanmon Straits Japan
GASCHEM LEDA - LPG Tanker - Kanmon Straits Japan
 
Name: GASCHEM LEDA 
IMO: 9374882
General vessel type: Tanker 
Detailed vessel type: LPG Tanker 
Flag: Liberia [LR] 
Gross Tonnage: 5973 Summer 
DWT: 7410 t 
Length: 114.98 meters 
WIDTH: 16.8 meters 
Year built: 2007 
Port of registry: MONROVIA

LPG Tanker GASCHEM LEDA as photographed by Ship Freakazoid
LPG Tanker GASCHEM LEDA as photographed by Ship Freakazoid

The vessel GASCHEM LEDA passing by Shimonoseki
The vessel GASCHEM LEDA passing by Shimonoseki

GASCHEM LEDA passing by pollution spewing factories of Kitakyushu Japan
GASCHEM LEDA passing by pollution spewing factories of Kitakyushu Japan

On a lazy hazy day early in 2024 A.D., the vessel GASCHEM LEDA passed thru the Kanmon Straits of Japan and was captured on "digital film" by Ship Freakazoid with his trusty Olympus E520 DSLR and Zuiko lens.  The ship was apparently heading to Korea's Port of Daesan.  More info. on the port here:

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