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 Wattenlaeufer Wyk-8  (Fischfangboot)
vor 9 Min von Timsen

Mussel cutter transported steel pipes without certificate
In the afternoon of Feb 19, 2017, the "Wattenläufer - Wyk 8" was subject of a control by the police boat "Sylt" on the Föhrer Ley east of Föhr island. The officers found that the master had exceeded the maximum working time and an inadequate securing of the cargo which consisted of 32 steel pipes, each 20 meters long, and with a diameter of approx. 51 centimeters and a total weight of approx. 150 tons. The pipes which were produced in the Netherlands were destined for mussel cultures in Hörnum uipon Sylt. The shipowner had no authorization for the transport. The ship was ordered to enter the nearest port, which was Wyk upon Föhr. The ban was lifted after an adequate rest period of the master and after the load was properly secured. In addition, the captain was informed of the violations regarding the safety performance and had to pay a safety fine.

 Mabrena  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 57 Min von Timsen

Barge still threatened to sink
During the discharge of the 1700 tons gravel from the cargo holds of the "Mabrena", 2397 ts (EU-No.: 6000101), on Feb 20 in Düsseldorf-Reisholz a massive water ingress was remarked, and the ship was threatened to sink in the evening. More water poured in than could be removed by the fire boat "Löschboot Düsseldorf" (MMSI-No.: 211524640). The fire rescue Düsseldorf requested more pump capacity also from Colonia. More than 16 tons water were pumped out per minute, and as long as no pump failed, the barge would remain above the water. Only after daylight on Feb 21 work to patch some breaches in the hull could start. Also the utility boat "Neuss" (MMSI-No.: 211534750) was called back to the site.

 C.prosperity  (Tanker)
vor 59 Min von arnekiel

New Charter fixed
$30,500, for 2 years trading, to SK ENERGY

 Omicron Sky  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Std von arnekiel

New Charter fixed
dely Takehara 20/22 Feb,$8,750, for 5/8 months trading, to Chart Not Rep

 Jimmy T  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Std von arnekiel

New Charter fixed
dely ex yard Imabari 25/28 Feb, $9,900, for 12 months trading, to ECTP

 Zoi Xl  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Std von arnekiel

New Charter fixed
dely Zhoushan spot, $9,000, for 6/9 months trading, to Chart Not Rep

 Alpha Freedom  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Std von arnekiel

New Charter fixed
dely China end February, $14,000, for 11/13 months trading, to ECTP

 Voima  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 1 Std von arnekiel

Icebreaker Voima set out to help vessels in the Gulf of Finland
Arctia says its icebreaker Voima set out from Katajanokka, Helsinki, on Wednesday, 15 February 2017, at 12.00 noon, for icebreaking duty in the Eastern Gulf of Finland. Although the ice winter has been mild in the South of Finland, the aim is to ensure smooth navigation in the Eastern Gulf of Finland, where brash ice barriers may form at the ice edge. This makes it difficult for weaker vessels to navigate.

 Svitzer Warang  (Schlepper)
vor 1 Std von arnekiel

Sydney City Marine completes its first maintenance docking of a Damen vessel
Sydney City Marine has completed its first maintenance docking of a Damen vessel since the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Damen Shipyards Group last year. The works signify the successful cooperation between Damen Services in the Netherlands, the Damen Service Hub in Brisbane and Sydney City Marine, Damen said in its press release. The vessel in question was the Svitzer Warang, a Damen ASD 2810 owned by global towage operator Svitzer. Sydney City Marine was contracted by Svitzer to carry out a 5-year special survey on the vessel. The Svitzer Warang left the yard just before Christmas 2016. “We performed a full-on scope of works on this tug,” explains Sydney City Marine Director Brenton Fischer. “This included all Lloyd’s Register requirements. We also gave her a full paint job – blasting and painting above and below the water line. All finished on time and on budget.” en.portnews.ru/ne...

vor 1 Std von arnekiel

Stena to deploy new ro-pax vessels on Irish Sea route
Each of the four newbuildings contracted from AVIC Weihai Shipyard will offer a ro-ro capacity of 3,100 lane-metres, nearly twice as much as Stena’s existing vessels on Belfast routes, and will have provision for nearly 1,000 passengers.

 Busan
vor 1 Std von arnekiel

Korea’s new shipper SM Shipping goes on maiden voyage next month
SM Shipping, a newly created container liner under South Korea’s Samra Midas (SM) Group after the acquisition of the Asia-North America route from now-defunct Hanjin Shipping, will set sail on its maiden voyage on March 8 along the East and South China Sea with 1,000 twenty-foot equivalent (TEU) container onboard. The fledgling shipper’s first cargo service will depart Busan port in southern Korea and stop at China, Thailand, and Vietnam, according to shipping industry sources on Sunday. The carrier’s first full service in its Asia-North America route – leaving Busan and arriving at Long Beach Terminal in California, U.S – is scheduled on April 21. The company plans to establish reservation system for consignors by the end of this week. Source: Pulse

vor 1 Std von arnekiel

World’s largest car, truck carrier to call at Hambantota port
MV Hoegh Tracer, the world’s largest pure car and truck Carrier (PCTC), belonging to Hoegh Autoliners AS, Oslo, is scheduled to call at Hambantota port during the first week of March 2017 under its local agency Diamond Shipping Services (Pvt.) Ltd. The vessel is plying under MIAF service (Middle East, India & Africa Service), which has a LOA of 200 metres, breadth of 36.5 metres, draft of 10.3 metres, with 14 cargo decks to carry 8500 Car Equivalent Units (CEU), the company said in a statement. Hoegh Autoliners uses Hambantota port as a transshipment hub for their cargo operations to various parts of the world. Source: LBO

 Cebu
vor 1 Std von Timsen

Investigation into collision off Cebu
The Cebu Station of the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) still had to determine who was at fault in the collision of the "St. Braquiel" with the barge "SMC Barge No. 8" in the night of Feb 18, 2017, in the Mactan Channel that injured 49 persons, amid claims that one of the two vessels involved in the incident traversed the channel without its lights on. Until Feb 19, they were still establishing if any of the two vessels — the ferry of SuperCat Fast Ferry Corp. of 2Go Shipping and the barge of the San Miguel Corp. — went beyond the 5 knots speed limit for Mactan Channel when they collided past 10 p.m. The "St. Braquiel", which came from Ormoc City, was heading towards the port in Cebu City when it hit a barge owned by SMC that was being towed by the tug "Matatag" of the Philmarine Service Corp. (PSC). The 49 injured passengers were rescued by vessels owned by SuperCat and were brought to Pier 4 in Cebu City past midnight, where they were treated of their injuries by waiting emergency personnel from the Cebu City government and from the volunteer group Emergency Response Rescue Foundation (ERUF). The 45 passengers who sustained minor injuries were sent home after getting treatment while four persons, including MV St. Braquiel’s skipper, Reniero Maurin, needed to be hospitalized. The 292.5-ton passenger vessel had 90 passengers on board, or just over a third of its carrying capacity of 247 passengers. Based on the initial investigation, the "SMC Barge No. 8" was traveling at 2.8 knots when the incident happened. PCG personnel who checked the "SMC Barge No. 8" that was docked at Ouano Wharf in Mandaue City on Feb 19 saw that the port side aft of the barge was damaged. There were cases of beer and empty bottles seen inside the barge. The 1302.64-gross ton barge, which is 80 meters in length, left Estancia, Iloilo at 5 p.m. on Feb 18and was scheduled to arrive around 10 p.m. of the same day in Cebu. The ferry, listing to starboard side, docked at the Mactan Shipyard on Feb 19. The skippers of the two vessels were expected to submit their respective marine protest by 10 p.m. to determine who was responsible for the mishap, The general manager of SuperCat, Lito Salvio, in a text message sent to Cebu City Mayor Tomas Osmeña, has claimed that the SMC barge was unlighted when the incident happened. The "St. Braquiel" had entered Mactan Channel and was about 500 meters from the Marcelo Fernan Bridge heading for the Cebu City port when the vessel’s crew sighted the stern light of a tugboat. Report with photo: cebudailynews.inq...

 Fpmc 28  (Tanker)
vor 1 Std von Timsen

Master of chemical tanker medevaced
The US Coast Guard medevaced the master of the "FPMC 28" near Southwest Pass, Louisiana, on Feb 20, 2017. The Coast Guard Sector New Orleans watchstanders received a call at 5:45 a.m. of a male suffering from chest pains aboard the chemical tanker, and launched a Coast Guard Air Station New Orleans MH-65 helicopter aircrew at 7:45 a.m. The aircrew arrived on scene at 8:20 a.m. and transferred the survivor to West Jefferson Memorial Hospital at 9:20 a.m. The patient was reported in stable condition.

 Star Princess  (Passagierschiff)
vor 13 Std von Timsen

Medevac off Ensenada
The U.S. Coast Guard rescued a woman in distress from the "Star Princess" 86 miles southwest of San Diego in the morning of Feb 20, 2017. The 73-year-old woman had been experiencing persistent severe abdominal pain since Feb 19 at about 5:15 p.m. A Coast Guard flight surgeon recommended she be medically evacuated from the cruise ship that was en route to Ensenada, so she could seek emergency medical care on land. Since the ship was more than 400 miles off the coast of San Diego, a rendezvous point was determined and the MH-60T Jayhawk helicopter crew was read to launch at 6:00 a.m. The rescued woman was transported to the hospital in stable condition. Report with video: www.10news.com/ne...

 MSC Fantasia  (Passagierschiff)
vor 14 Std von arnekiel

Bureau Veritas Certifies MSC Cruise Ship Scrubber Retrofit
Bureau Veritas S.A. (Bureau Veritas) has granted MSC Cruises' MSC Fantasia a Marine Equipment Directive (MED) Certificate, indicating the 150,000 DWT cruise ship's recently installed exhaust gas cleaning system has passed the relevant MARPOL test, World Maritime News reports. The certificate is said to indicate that the vessel's exhaust gas scrubber equipment aligns with the EU Marine Equipment Directive requirements. MSC Fantasia and MSC Preziosa are noted to be the first of the company's fleet to receive the Yara Marine Technologies (Yara) hybrid SOx exhaust gas cleaning systems. shipandbunker.com...

 Armada Kraken  (Tanker)
vor 14 Std von arnekiel

KRAKEN FPSO IN THE FIELD AND HOOKED UP
The Kraken Floating Production Storage and Offloading (‘FPSO’) vessel arrived at the field on Monday 13 February, anticipating good weather conditions. The hook up of the Submerged Turret Production (‘STP’) buoy mooring system, to the FPSO was completed on 15th February and a full rotation test performed so that the vessel is now on station and securely moored. Commissioning work will continue on the topsides. Reconstruction of the turret area pipework and connection of the risers and umbilicals to the swivel stack is being undertaken followed by commissioning of the subsea infrastructure. Delivery of first oil in Q2 2017 is on track.

 Harmony Of The Seas  (Passagierschiff)
vor 15 Std von Timsen

Cruise ship assisted distressed yachtie
On Feb 20, 2017, the "Harmony of the Seas" on its actual Carribean cruise was tasked by the Coastguard to assist a distressed ship. Captain Gus Andersson immediately headed northwards with 22 knots towards the casualty to participate in the rescue operation in worsening weather. The ship was enroute from Nassau to Virgin Island and was the closest ship to the distressed vessel, a sailing yacht which had run out of fuel. After the cruise ship had reached the boat, a rescue boat was launched to take the single hand sailor aboard. But he refused to be taken off. Instead he was supplied with fuel and food and continued on his way. German report with photos and videos: https://www.schiffe-und-k...

 MT Jazi  (Tanker)
vor 16 Std von Timsen

Tanker detained for failing DPR authorisation
The Nigerian Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) has arrested athe "Jazi" being loaded with 11500 tons petrol at the Nakam Jetty, Kirikiri, Lagos. The vessel was intercepted on Feb 11, 2017, while discharging at the jetty. The vessel did not have DPR authorisation to deliver products at the depot. The vessel was taken under the custody of the Nigerian Navy for more investigations. The DPR has no record of any product importation by Nakam. The agency subsequently drew samples from the tanks at the facility for laboratory analyses. The product failed all the basic parameters, especially in regards to lour, flashpoint and specific gravity and did not meet the standard specifications of any white product. The depot has been sealed by the agency since Feb 12.

 Polarstern  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 16 Std von Timsen

Research vessel to drift across the North Pole
The "Polarstern" is going to be purposely stuck in ice for climate studies. The vessel will embark on its 1,550-mile trip sometime in 2019, at which point it will sail into Arctic sea ice, allowing itself to become trapped in the ice and then drifting with it across the North Pole. The frigid adventure, which is said to be the biggest Arctic research project ever, will give a new and absolutely fascinating insight into the climate system under leadearship of the MOSAiC project. As the "Polarstern" floats along in "sea-ice Lagrangian mode," scientists from several dozen research entities will gather data on the local waters and atmosphere, all of which will be analyzed to make more sense of the major climate changes going on at the top of the world (January's measurement of Arctic sea ice was said to be the lowest ever recorded). It is the only way to do a study at the North Pole during the winter, as thick ice during that time of year is impossible to break through, and it's too dangerous and unwieldy to head onto the ice in snowmobiles with all of the necessary gear. It will be freezing and completely dark around the clock during the winter months.

 Ocean Gala  (Passagierschiff)
vor 16 Std von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Breakers

 MV Saaremaa  (Passagierschiff)
vor 16 Std von Timsen

Engine damage on the Elbe
In the evening of Feb 19, 2017, the "Muhumaa" ("Grete") suffered engine damage after the last Elbe crossing enroute from Brunsbüttel back to Cuxhaven. The ship docked at the Mützelfeldt Yard for repairs at 9.30 p.m.

 Vos Sympathy  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 16 Std von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Breakers

 Seba M  (Frachtschiff)
vor 16 Std von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Breakers

 Chuetsu Dream  (Frachtschiff)
vor 16 Std von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Breakers

 Jade Hiev  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 17 Std von Timsen

Crane boom collapse injured three
In the inner port of Wilhelmshaven the jib of the "Jade Hiev" collapsed on Feb 16, 2017, at 9.20 a.m. Nine workers were setting up the crane boom when the crane jib crashed onto the deck of the floating crane by yet unknown reasons. Three 30- to 50-year-old employees on board were slightly injured and taken to hospital. The staff members were busy assembling the jib when it suddenly broke loose and crashed onto the deck. The police launched an investigation into the accident. German reports with photos: www.wzonline.de/n... jeversches-wochen...

 Mabrena  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 17 Std von Timsen

Barge threatened to sink in Düsseldorf after flooding
The "Mabrena", 2397 ts (EU-No.: 6000101), being loaded with 1700 tons gravel, suffered water ingress enroute to Koblenz near the port of Düsseldorf-Reisholz at Rhine km 722,5 in the early evening of Feb 19, 2017. The water floated into generator room from two ballast tanks. The fire rescue attended with the two fire boats from Neuss and Chempark Uerdingen, fire engines and divers. They started removing the water several dewatering pumps after the flooded generator on board had failed so the ship's own pumps could not be activated. The water was removed with a capacity of five tons per hour. 2,5 hours later the situation was under control, five hours after the initial alarm most of the forces could be demobilized. The fire boat from Düsseldorf remaine on site until Feb 20 when experts continued to try to locate the source of the water ingress. In the run of the day the ship could be stabilized. Next the cargo was to be unloaded with cranes before the ship was to be towed to a yard for repairs. German reports with photos and video: www.rp-online.de/... www.report-d.de/D... https://www.youtube.com/w...

 Fv Bruix  (Fischfangboot)
vor 19 Std von BerndU

arrived Scrapyard
Arrived Marin scrapyard 30.05.16 Picture:www.shipspotting....

 Wehr Hong Kong  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 22 Std von arnekiel

Sold
Sold to Chinese buyers for $7.2 mill

 Baltrum Trader  (Frachtschiff)
vor 22 Std von arnekiel

Sold
Sold to Chinese buyers (Shenzhen Huihong) for $3.6 mill

 APL Austria  (Frachtschiff)
vor 23 Std von Timsen

Mopping up phase has commenced
Near Port Elizabeth mopping up operations at the "APL Austria" continued following the dousing of the fire at the port of Ngqrurha. The mop up phase began in the afternoon of Feb 19. Damaged containers had to be discharged, and the incident investigation was in progress. Report with photo: https://blog.samsa.org.za/2017/02/19/fire-on-korean-fishing-vessel-at-port-of-cape-town-under-control-port-services-uninterrupted/

 101geumjeong  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 23 Std von Timsen

Fire brigade withdrawn after blazing trawler started to list
Styrofoam caught fire on the "Geum Jeong No. 101" which was moored at the repair quay in Cape Town Harbour on Feb 18 at 1.20 a.m. prompting the City of Cape Town Fire Department to race to the rscene, joined by Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) crews. Efforts to extinguish the fire were abandoned after the ship started to list to port side due to accumulating fire water which made it unsafe for firefighters to continue putting out the blaze. A naval architect was deployed to assess the situation and determine the stability of the vessel. Although the fire had spread to the back of the vessel‚ it was said to be under control. Materials such as cardboard and plastic onboard the vessel were fueling the blaze. The City of Cape Town Fire Services were rendering boundary cooling from the quay side and a TNPA tug from the waterside. Oil booms were kept ready. Reports with photos: https://blog.samsa.org.za/2017/02/19/fire-on-korean-fishing-vessel-at-port-of-cape-town-under-control-port-services-uninterrupted/ www.timeslive.co....

 Bellatrix  (Frachtschiff)
vor 23 Std von Timsen

Bellatrix aground off Lesvos
The “Bellatrix” ran aground on a reef north of the island of Lesvos in the morning of Feb 16, 2017. The ship with a crew of 12, nine Ukrainians and three Georgians, on board suffered a crack in the hull and took on some water, starting to tilt slightly. On scene were winds of five Beaufort. Greek Coastguard officials inspected the vessel and the tug "John" has surrounded the ship with an oil boom of 250 meters length in order to prevent an oil contamination. The “Bellatrix” had set sail from Mykolayiv on Jan 18 with a cargo of grain and was heading to Izmir. A survey by divers in the morning of Feb 17 showed thatthe rudder, the propeller shaft and the propeller were not damaged. A patrol boat of the Coast Guard remained on site for assistance if needed. The Port Authority Mythimna banned the ship from sailing further.

 Alsterstern  (Tanker)
vor 23 Std von Timsen

Vessel detained after being towed to Vigo
The Maritime Captaincy had detained the "Alsterstern" in Vigo until inumerous deficiencies detected on board and posing a danger to the safety of the ship's navigation and safety of future hydrocarbon cargo operations as well as for the marine environment or its crew on board have been rectified. The tanker had been towed to port on Feb 2, where engine repairs were carried out after the ship had gone adrift 70 miles west of Ons. But aninspection carried out by technicians of the Maritime Captaincy of Vigo has detected numerous security deficiencies last week. The ship was unloaded and free of toxic or dangerous gases. The captain, Daniel Blanchard from Canada, was confident that the technical deficiencies would be remedied soon, but the repairs of faults discovered by the MOU inspectors were expected to keep him at least one more week at the Areal pier. Spanish report with photo: www.farodevigo.es...




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