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 Antaios  (Bulk Carrier)
vor 3 Min von Timsen

SAMSA has begun fully mobilizing appropriate and relevant safety measures
The South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) has begun fully mobilizing appropriate and relevant safety measures to secure maritime environmental safety in the wake of a salvage operation this week involving the "Antaios" on the Atlantic Ocean west of Cape Town. On Dec 7 SAMSA reported the bulkcarrier which was laden with a cargo of soya flour and corn being shipped from San Lorenzo, Argentina to Yemen – as currently under tow by the salvage tug "Smit Amandla". SAMSA said the safety measures being rolled out involved retrieving safely and transferring offshore the estimated 170 metric tonnes of bunker fuel in the vessels’ belly. Among other issues, this would entail ensuring the vessel remained at no less than 30 miles off the coast of Cape Town. The South African Maritime Authority (SAMSA) required the owner to prioritise the removal of the casualty’s bunkers to neutralise any environmental threat before giving permission for the vessel to proceed closer to the South African coast. Until such time as the fuel transfer operation has been completed, vessel surveys undertaken and a comprehensive salvage plan approved, SAMSA has ordered that casualty remain at least 30 miles off. The tug "Peridot"having been mobilised from Cape Town, together with specialist personnel and equipment, will rendezvous with the convoy of tug and tow and commence preparations for the transfer of bunker fuel and water, which includes the pumping of the flooded engine room and repair of damage sustained. The SAMSA was working closely with all interested parties including owners and their underwriters to ensure that safety of life and environmental protection remain the key priorities of this operation. Report with photos: https://blog.samsa.org.za/2016/12/08/samsa-moves-to-ensure-maritime-environmental-safety-around-stricken-greek-vessel-headed-for-cape-town/

 V Due  (Bulk Carrier)
vor 8 Min von Timsen

Bulkcarrier returned to Liverpool
The "V Due" was allowed to return to Liverpool after the cargo fire. There has been no pollution and there were no concerns about the structural integrity as the vessel remained stable. It berthed in the Alexandra Dock in the foremidday of Dec 9.

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