Discussion in 'Lurssen Yacht' started by ELEMEENOOPEE, Jul 8, 2020.
Interesting choice... Isn't South Korea friends with the U.S?
Well the US has 15 military bases in South Korea... 3 Air Force, 11 Army, and 1 Navy (in Busan)... so yeah, it seems like a peculiar choice.
Yes exactly...that's why I asked if SK isn't 'friends' with the U.S... surely looking to be seized through their cooperation.
May not even be accurate. Various Russian owned yachts have listed destinations on AIS and then gone elsewhere.
That is also true. Like Ragnar and others.
full size artwork websites have.
The site that published this is a defense analysis site. Very very interesting read here is the link:
Nord back Vladivostok.
Probably some sort of trials or familiarization trip as I believe some of the crew might have been changed. Busan...certainly was suspicious and not sensible.
current location, anchored Vladivostok
strong lines that do not grin, adapting to any environment.
Nord move Petropavlovsk-Kamçatski.
Really? On MT it shows her position anchored off Petropavlovsk...but it is an old position...some 4 hours old...so it is possible she has moved.
current position yuzhno-sakhalinsk island.
"NORD" has turned up in Hong Kong and of course as we know already she is flying a Russian flag from the stern.
Wouldn't Nord be at risk for being seized being in Hong Kong?
Hong Kong as a global hub for front companies '2016 Panama Papers' hong kong is actually little london.
various agreements were signed last year for the oligarch's money to come,Oligarch children study here...
historically and economically strong https://oec.world/en/profile/bilateral-country/rus/partner/hkg
more Hong Kong
More of "NORD" anchored in HK.
And as you can see in the video, she is registered in Vladivostok, the sane place in Russia where she spent months.