England: A Snapshot of the Maritime Livestock Trade – Vessels Currently Shipping Live Animals Around the World. A Disgusting Animal Abuse Issue.

Vessel JULIA  LS

The current position of JULIA LS is at East Mediterranean, en route to the port of Navodari (Midia – Romania), expected to arrive there on Mar 19, 06:00.

Livestock Carrier built in 1980 (41 years old) and currently sailing under the flag of Tanzania.

JULIA LS photo

Vessel NORLAND

The current position of NORLAND is in the Aegean Sea, en route to the port of Koper (Slovenia), expected to arrive there on Mar 19, 15:00.

Livestock Carrier built in 1976 (45 years old) and currently sailing under the flag of Togolese Republic.

NORLAND photo

Vessel PACIFIC M

The current position of PACIFIC M is in the Aegean Sea, en route to the port of Yalova (Turkey), expected to arrive there on Mar 16, 12:00.

Livestock Carrier built in 1970 (51 years old) and currently sailing under the flag of Togolese Republic.

PACIFIC M photo

Vessel FINOLA M

The current position of FINOLA M is at North East Atlantic Ocean, en route to the port of Misurata (Libya), expected to arrive there on Mar 23, 12:00.

Livestock Carrier built in 1988 (33 years old) and currently sailing under the flag of Panama.

FINOLA M photo

Vessel MWAFAK

The current position of MWAFAK is in the East Mediterranean.

Livestock Carrier built in 1973 (48 years old) and currently sailing under the flag of Tanzania.

Vessel FM SPIRADON

The current position of FM SPIRIDON is in the Caribbean Sea, en route to the port of Puerto Cabello (Venezuela), expected to arrive there on Mar 10, 20:00.

Livestock Carrier built in 1973 (48 years old) and currently sailing under the flag of Togolese Republic.

FM SPIRIDON photo

Vessel SPIRADON II

The current position of SPIRIDON II is in the East Mediterranean, en route to Libya, expected to arrive there on Mar 15, 20:00.

Livestock Carrier built in 1973 (48 years old) and currently sailing under the flag of Togolese Republic.

SPIRIDON II photo

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One thought on “England: A Snapshot of the Maritime Livestock Trade – Vessels Currently Shipping Live Animals Around the World. A Disgusting Animal Abuse Issue.”

  1. Doing what I can to help as a civilian.
    Tamara Bragg
    ANIMAL ADVOCATE💜🐮

    Sign the Petitions🐾💚Please sign every petition
    You can find to help stop the Dog and Cat meat trade forever.
    Thank You,
    Tamara Bragg🐾💜

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