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 Almandin  (Frachtschiff)
vor 10 Std von BerndU

Moorings broke
Moorings of Almandin broke German report:www.nwzonline.de/...

 Adriatica Queen  (Passagierschiff)
vor 10 Std von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Turkey breakers

 City Of Nordic  (Frachtschiff)
vor 10 Std von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to India breakers 475 USD/To

 Bu Hung  (Frachtschiff)
vor 10 Std von BerndU

scrapped
scrapped at Jiangyin scrapyard 01/2014

 Akademik Zavaritskiy  (Frachtschiff)
vor 10 Std von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to India breakers 505 USD/To

 Hanjin Beijing  (Frachtschiff)
vor 11 Std von BerndU

beached
beached at Gadani 03/2014

 Ding He  (Tanker)
vor 11 Std von BerndU

arrived Scrapyard
arrived Jiaojiang scrapyard 23.03.14

 Praphathepprarat  (Frachtschiff)
vor 12 Std von BerndU

arrived Scrapyard anchorage
arrived Aliaga anchorage 24.04.14

 Sewol  (Passagierschiff)
vor 20 Std von arnekiel

Death toll rises to 171 in S.Korean ferry sinking disaster
JINDO, South Korea, April 24 -- Death toll in South Korea's ferry sinking disaster continued to rise to 171 on Thursday, but those recovered from the sunken ferry grew at a relatively slower pace as search operations were hampered by the unexpectedly swift currents. The ninth day into search, 12 more bodies were retrieved from the submerged vessel Wednesday, raising the total death toll to 171. The number of missing was 131, with those rescued remaining fixed at 174. On Wednesday alone, 38 bodies were discovered from the submerged vessel, with 36 people found Tuesday and 28 others retrieved on Monday. english.peopledai...

 Oscar Wilde  (Passagierschiff)
vor 20 Std von arnekiel

Irish Ferries ship with broken radar system to depart Cherbourg after repairs today
An Irish Ferries vessel which had been stranded in the French port of Cherbourg since Tuesday (April 22) night, will sail to Rosslare this evening (Apr. 24). The Oscar Wilde will sail at 9.30 tonight. A problem with the ship's radar system had forced the cancellation of Tuesday night's crossing. A spokesperson for Irish Ferries said the majority of passengers had now returned to Ireland by alternative means. However, the spokesperson said a small group had a elected to stay on board until the ship was ready to sail.

 Santos
vor 20 Std von arnekiel

Brasil Terminal Portuário Officially Open in Santos
Brasil Terminal Portuário (BTP) was officially opened on April 23, 2014 with a gala celebration held at the new 1.2 million TEU annual capacity facility at the Port of Santos, featuring Brazilian Minister of Seaports, Antonio Henrique Silveira and 500 invited guests and media representatives. Development of the multi-purpose terminal project in South America’s busiest container port began in 2007, with APM Terminals acquiring a 50% share from Terminal Investment Limited (TIL) in 2010. The terminal represents an investment of over USD 1 billion by APM Terminals, and is operating as a joint venture with the current concession spanning 20 years.

 Maputo
vor 20 Std von arnekiel

Port of Maputo, Mozambique, launches two more tugboats
The Mozambican Port Development Company (MPDC) last week launched two new tugboats with 1,750 horsepower engines each to improve the port’s operating conditions, the Mozambican press reported. The chief executive of the MPDC, Osório Lucas, said that the two tugs – named Sereia and Bulani – had been specifically built to operate at the port of Maputo and cost US$15 million. The two boats are operated by P&O Maritime, which in 2012 was hired to provide naval service including piloting, mooring and supply of equipment and maintenance services for the tugboats and pilot ships. The two new boats are part of a master plan including investments of US$1.8 billion to increase the port’s processing capacity to 50 million tons by 2033.

 Colon
vor 22 Std von arnekiel

Strike halts work on Panama Canal expansion
Work to expand the Panama Canal -- interrupted earlier this year for a dispute over cost overruns -- halted Wednesday, April 23, this time for a strike by workers demanding higher wages. "The project to enlarge the Panama Canal ... is paralyzed," said Saul Mendez, secretary general of the construction-worker union Suntracs. Work had halted for 15 days in February in a row over who would pay for an estimated $1.6 billion in cost overruns in the multi-billion-dollar project to build extra locks on the 80-kilometer (50-mile) waterway linking the Atlantic (Frankfurt: 98S.F - news) and Pacific Oceans. The project was already running late, and is now estimated to be up to a year behind schedule. It had originally been due to be completed next year. Now the union is demanding wage increases of 20 percent, which the employers have said is excessive. Grupo Unidos por el Canal (GUPC), the consortium running the expansion project, said that Suntracs workers "are heeding the call to strike," which "is impacting the work schedule of this project." Source: https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/strike-halts-panama-canal-expansion-195603270.html

 Cmm Gravity  (Frachtschiff)
vor 22 Std von arnekiel

CMM takes delivery of its first Damen PSV 3300
CMM takes delivery of its first Damen PSV 3300New supplier CMM Gravity to start on long-term contract with Petrobras. CMM has taken delivery of a Damen Platform Supply Vessel 3300. The 80-metre, 3,300t deadweight vessel CMM Gravity will be deployed in the Brazilian waters from June 2014 on a 4+4 year contract with Petrobras.For CMM (Compagnie Maritime Monégasque S.A.M.), the vessel will mark a further step in its ambitious plans to expand in the offshore space and expand its offering by developing its capabilities as an OSV operator. It is the yard’s seventh delivery of Damen’s new mid-size PSV 3300 design. This vessel will be compliant to Petrobras specifications, including Petrobras Annex V.

 Sewol  (Passagierschiff)
vor 22 Std von arnekiel

Sewol inflatable liferafts "totally useless"
Accounts by the captain and crew of the ill-fated ferry Sewol that the ship had tilted too much to allow them to reach the cabins and manipulate the life boats have turned out to be completely false. Photos taken from a Coast Guard ship that arrived first at the scene at around 9:37 a.m. last Wednesday show that they were lying. In these pictures, a rescue worker (in red circle) tries to free a life boat from its casing while the captain and crew of the Sewol are seen boarding a rescue boat. /Courtesy of the Korea Coast GuardIn these pictures, a rescue worker (in red circle) tries to free a life boat from its casing while the captain and crew of the Sewol are seen boarding a rescue boat. /Courtesy of the Korea Coast Guard Asked whether he attempted to manipulate the life boats, the second mate of the Sewol, who was arrested on Tuesday, said he tried, but it was too difficult to reach them. "We tried everything but kept on slipping and couldn't reach them," police quoted him as saying. Captain Lee Joon-seok and other crew members all claimed that it was hard even to move around since the boat had already capsized. But the photos published by the Korea Coast Guard on Tuesday show one rescue worker walking toward the lifeboats on the deck of the Sewol as soon as he boards the ship. He attempted to free the lifeboats starting from the back, but none of them would budge. Report with photos at www.seanews.com.t...

 Balboa
vor 22 Std von arnekiel

Lane closure at Pedro Miguel Locks
From April 29 to May 1, the East lane at Pedro Miguel Locks will be closed to allow dredging works to be carried out.

vor 22 Std von arnekiel

Straddle crash injures Melbourne dock worker
An Australian dock worker has been hospitalised with serious injuries after his straddle tipped over, crushing his pelvis and arm in Melbourne on 21 April.

 Regal Princess  (Passagierschiff)
vor 22 Std von arnekiel

Regal Princess Completes Successful Sea Trials
Regal Princess has accomplished another major milestone in preparation for her May 20 debut, with the completion of her sea trials. The new cruise ship set out to sea from her construction dock at the Fincantieri shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy, and was put through her paces with a series of maneuvers to test her propulsion, steering and navigational equipment. After a successful five days of trials, the ship is now back in the shipyard for further exterior and interior finishing. Regal Princess will be ready for her maiden voyage from Venice, a seven-day Mediterranean cruise to Athens including stops in Corfu, Mykonos and an overnight call in Istanbul. Throughout the summer, the new ship will sail on Princess’ signature Grand Mediterranean cruises, with two itinerary choices.

 Popidio  (Tanker)
vor 23 Std von BerndU

beached
beached at Gadani 24.04.14

 Ce Wave  (Tanker)
vor 23 Std von BerndU

sold to Breakers
arrived Gadani Anchorage 24.04.14

 Sewol  (Passagierschiff)
vor 23 Std von arnekiel

Expert: Sewol Sinking "Fatal Chain of Errors"...
Nexus Consulting Group of Alexandria, LLC, a leading provider of private maritime safety and security solutions, announced Tuesday that upon expert review by maritime safety subject matter expert Captain Bill Doherty of reports and statements made by Sewol crew, that the tragic loss of life was culmination of a “fatal chain of errors” which may have started months before the Sewol left port April 16, 2014. “It appears that the sinking of the Sewol and the tragic loss of lives was a preventable final link in a systemic fatal chain of errors, possibly dating back months, when the Sewol was retrofitted with additional passenger facilities on the upper decks, raising the ships center of gravity,” Captain Doherty noted. More to read at www.maritime-exec...

 Baosteel Emotion  (Frachtschiff)
vor 23 Std von arnekiel

MOL Pays $40 Million to Chinese Court for release of "Baosteel Emotion"
Japanese shipping firm Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd has paid about $39 million to a Chinese court towards securing the release of one of its ships which was seized over an alleged payments dispute dating back to World War Two, Japanese media reported on Thursday. The Yomiuri newspaper and public broadcaster NHK, quoting unnamed people they said were familiar with the matter, said Mitsui had paid about 4 billion yen in compensation and interest to the Chinese court. Its ship, the "Baosteel Emotion" 226,434 deadweight-tonne ore carrier, was seized on Saturday. Mitsui O.S.K. spokesman Atsushi Seki told Reuters he could not immediately confirm the reports. He said the company was still working to release the vessel, which the Chinese court seized over Mitsui's alleged failure to pay compensation stemming from a wartime contractual obligation.

 Ister  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von BerndU

beached
beached at Aliaga 22.04.14

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Yantian still lone chinese port that can handle fully-loaded 18,000-TEUers
Todays problem with Maersk's 18,000-TEUers is that there are only two ports in the world - Shenzhen's Yantian terminal and Malaysia's Tanjung Pelepas - that can handle them fully loaded, but still not one port in Europe. "We can fill ships at Tanjung Pelepas but the problem is that we cannot take the goods off in Europe," said Maersk Asia-Pacific chief Thomas Riber Knudsen. That's why they can only load 15,00-16,000 TEU into an 18,270-TEU vessel, said Mr Knudsen, reported Lloyd's List. "Wherever we cannot operate cranes at the full height and full length, we cannot fill the ships," he said, adding that he hopes Algeciras, Shanghai and Rotterdam will be able by the end of the year. Maersk Line is due to take delivery of another seven 18,270 TEU vessels, bringing its megaship fleet to 14. Mr Knudsen said cascading would eliminate vessels smaller than 6,000 TEU. "Panamax ships are too small to operate in long-haul trades and many not small enough for feeder ports," he said. With current overcapacity, he expects rates to continue to be under pressure, though anticipates improvements in volumes this year.

 Sewol  (Passagierschiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

S-Korea ferry death toll hits 146, search for missing gets tougher
The grim work of recovering bodies from the submerged South Korea ferry proceeded rapidly Wednesday, with the official death toll reaching 146, though a government official said divers must now rip through cabin walls to retrieve more victims. The victims are overwhelmingly students of a single high school in Ansan, near Seoul. More than three-quarters of the 323 students are dead or missing, while nearly two-thirds of the other 153 people on board the ferry Sewol when it sank one week ago survived. Read more at: www.firstpost.com...

 Safeguard  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

US-Navy sends diving/recovery vessel to site of sunken South Korean ferry Sewol
A Navy diving and recovery vessel is heading to South Korea’s southwest coast and could take part in the recovery of a ferry that sank a week ago. The departure of a Navy amphibious assault ship and aircraft from the disaster site and the pending arrival of the USNS Safeguard highlight the transition from a rescue to recovery effort in what is shaping up to be one of South Korea’s worst peacetime disasters. Of the Sewol’s 476 passengers, only 174 survivors have been found. As of noon Wednesday, 150 bodies – many of them high school students on a school trip to Jeju Island -- had been pulled from the ferry. Divers have been going through compartments where a number of people are believed to have sought refuge before the ferry sank, according to South Korea’s Yonhap News.

 Tromso  (Tanker)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Madagascar fears oil spill from grounded ship
Madagascar has launched an emergency operation to prevent a stricken tanker from unleashing 10,000 cubic metres of crude oil into the postcard-perfect Emerald Sea off the country’s north coast. Jerome Sambalis of Madagascar’s port authority said specialist teams are being flown to the Indian Ocean island after the Bahamian-flagged ship Tromso ran aground last Thursday. The 120-metre vessel has bust one of its two hulls, according to Sambalis. ‘The ship’s owners have chartered an aircraft from South Africa to send a specialised team and equipment,’ he said. It is hoped that the crude can be pumped out of the Tromso and into a ship that is arriving from the Seychelles.Sambalis said the ship ran aground because of human error. Tourists at the resort town of Ramena – packed for the Easter holidays – looked on as the boat floundered around two kilometres off the coast. The ship was built in 2008 and last docked in the United Arab Emirates.

 Grand Canyon  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Ocean Installer Hired to Work on Dunlin Field
Fairfield Energy Limited has awarded Ocean Installer a contract for air diving services and light subsea construction work at the Dunlin field. The work scope involves air diving services on the Dunlin Alpha platform at -10m LAT for installation of sleeves, clamps and anodes, as well as additional light construction/inspection and repair tasks. The project will be managed from the Ocean Installer Aberdeen office, with onshore preparations starting immediately and offshore work starting in June this year. Ocean Installer will be utilising the Grand Canyon, a purpose built offshore construction/ROV/survey vessel owned by Canyon Offshore, the marine contracting business unit of Helix Energy Solutions.

 Kerch
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Vladimir Putin orders construction of Kerch bridge to be completed in 2018
RF President Vladimir Putin has ordered the Government determine the amount and the sources of the financing for the construction of a transport passage across the Kerch Strait having foreseen the completion of the project in 2018. According to the list of orders on transport development published at the website of Russian Government, the order is to be implemented by July 1, 2014. Besides, By June 1, 2014, RF Transport Ministry jointly with the interested federal executive authorities  are to submit proposals on the mechanisms to be applied for the long-term development of port facilities in the Crimean Federal District considering the existing plans on the development of port facilities in the Azov-Black Sea Basin.

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Klaipeda Seaport (Lithuania) plans dredging up to 17 m and becoming a hub
Klaipeda Seaport (Lithuania) plans dredging up to 17 m by 2018 and becoming a hub, IAA PortNews cites Arvidas Vaitkue, Director General of Klaipeda Seaport, as saying yesterday at the International Transport and Logistics Conference TransRussia 2014. According to him, the port plans becoming a container hub. In 2014 container terminal of MSC and Maersk is to start operation. It will handle container carriers with the capacity of up to 6,500 TEUs. Klaipeda State Seaport is the northernmost ice free port on the Eastern coast of the Baltic Sea. It is the most important and biggest Lithuanian transport hub, connecting sea, land and railway routes from East to West. The port’s throughput (including Butinge terminal) made 33.42 mln t in 2013.

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Port of Hamburg (Germany) set to develop container transshipment
Port of Hamburg (Germany) is set to develop container transshipment, IAA PortNews journalist cites Marina Rimpo, Project Manager of "Amber Coast Logistics" with Port of Hamburg Marketing, as saying yesterday at the International Transport and Logistics Conference TransRussia 2014. According to her, this will become possible with the handling of container carriers of up to 18,000 TEUs in capacity.

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Port of Duqm undertakes successful ship to ship transfer
Tuesday, 22 April 2014 Port of Duqm undertook its first ship-to-ship transfer in a further demonstration of its capabilities as Oman’s newest maritime gateway. A shipment of soya bean meal was successfully transferred from the bulk carrier, MV Sila, to another commercial vessel, MV Ocean Fortune’, in a well-coordinated and seamless exercise that underscored the port’s ability to undertake even challenging commercial operations of this nature.

 Davao
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Anflocor invests P2.7B for Davao container terminal
Wednesday, 23 April 2014 | The Board of Investments has approved the P2.653 billion expansion project of San Vicente Terminal and Brokerage Services Inc. (SVTBSI), a unit of the Floirendo-owned Anflocor Group of Companies, as new operator of container terminal in Davao del Norte bringing Mindanao’s seaport terminal capability to international standards. Based on its application, the company is engaged as new seaport operator of Davao International Container Terminal (DICT) located in barangay San Pedro, Panabo City, Davao del Norte. Based on its application, the containerized terminal will have a capacity of 400,000 FEUs (forty-foot equivalent units) per year. The state-of-the-art facility can cater up to 300 container vans the only container terminal in Mindanao which can cater to such number of container vans simultaneously.

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Pelindo II picks Japanese Mitsui to operate Kalibaru terminal
Wednesday, 23 April 2014 State-run port operator PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Pelindo II), also known as the Indonesia Port Corporation (IPC), has finally opted for Japanese conglomerate Mitsui Co. Ltd. as its partner in jointly operating the first container terminal at Kalibaru Port in North Jakarta, which is expected to begin operations in mid-2015. The two companies will soon establish a joint venture to operate the terminal, which will be the first of three container terminals to be built at Kalibaru Port as part of the expansion of Tanjung Priok Port.

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Vizag Port set to become a hub for imported coal
Vizag General Cargo Berth Pvt. Ltd. (VGCB) , a 74:26 joint venture between Sterlite Industries (Vedanta) and Leighton Welspun Contractors Pvt. Ltd., is set to become a premier coal handling terminal. The berth was developed under BOT with an investment of Rs.680 crore and a capacity to handle 10.7 million tonnes. By adding VGCB terminal , the Visakhapatnam Port further strengthens the cargo throughput. In the days to come, the port will be the hub for handling imported coal and shall be the gateway in the east coast corridor, says VGCB CEO D. K. Manral in a interview.

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Liverpool2 to Become UK’s Largest Transatlantic Deep-Sea Port
Wednesday, 23 April 2014 | Peel Ports Group has awarded a multi-million pound contract to Shanghai-based Zhenhua Heavy Industries Co (ZPMC) to supply state-of-the-art ‘mega’ container cranes for its new Liverpool2 development. ZPMC will initially supply five ship-to-shore (STS) megamax quay cranes and 12 cantilever rail-mounted gantry cranes (CRMGs) for phase 1 of the contract, and a further 3 STS cranes and 10 CMRGs in phase 2. The £300 million investment program by Peel Ports to expand and develop the existing Port of Liverpool will see Liverpool2 become the UK’s largest transatlantic deep-sea port and container terminal. Once completed in late 2015, it will be able to accommodate most of the world’s current fleet of container vessel types and will offer shipping lines a unique opportunity to connect ships of up to 13,500 TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) directly to the heart of the UK.

 John Bobo  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

AMSEA Awarded US$33-Million Navy MSC Contract
General Dynamics American Overseas Marine LLC (AMSEA) apprises it has been awarded the USD$32.7 million contract modification to operate and maintain seven large, medium-speed, roll-on / roll-off ships (LMSR) for the Military Sealift Command. Under the terms of the modification, AMSEA will provide services including crewing, engineering, maintenance, procurement and provisioning. Initially awarded in 2010, the contract has a potential value of $238 million over seven years.

 Kiel
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Kiel’s new cruise terminal at Ostuferhafen takes shape
Steady progress is being made with the Port of Kiel’s new passenger ship handling pavilion in the Ostuferhaven, on schedule to receive its first cruise ship visit in June. The new pavilion will allow Kiel to accommodate three large cruise ships at one time, instead of two as previously. The steel support framework for the pavilion is almost complete and the next step involves cladding of the 1,670m2 structure with a transparent plastic covering. The new pavilion will allow handling of both passenger exchange and cruise turnarounds on three large cruise ships. The new passenger pavilion is more than 110m long, 14m wide and 10m high, passenger check-in and waiting areas covering 1,560m2. Directly dovetailed into the building is a further hall space of around 3,000m2 with luggage and control areas. The project to upgrade the Ostuferhaven for the cruise shipping sector has been divided into two phases. During 2013, new fendering was installed along the 400m long berth, further work ensuring a constant water depth of 10m alongside. It is planned to inaugurate the new pavilion on 2 June this year when Costa Crociere’s 114,288gt, 3,780 passenger cruise ship Costa Pacifica departs from Kiel at the start of a ten-day Baltic cruise.

 Pgn Fsru Lampung  (Tanker)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Höegh LNG takes delivery of the PGN FSRU LAMPUNG
Höegh LNG Ltd took delivery of the "PGN FSRU Lampung", the first of the four newbuilt FSRUs that the company has ordered from Hyundai Heavy Industries Ltd (HHI), on April 17(th). The "PGN FSRU Lampung" is currently sailing to Lampung in Indonesia to commence 20 years of operation for the Lampung FSRU project. The project is on schedule and is expected to commence operation in June 2014. Sveinung J.S. Støhle, President and CEO of HLNG, stated: "We are delighted to have reached this important milestone together with HHI and Perusahaan GasNegara (PGN) and we are pleased to be part of such an important element of Indonesia's energy infrastructure. We now have three FSRUs in our fleet and with three more on order, we continue to grow our position as the leading provider of floating regasification services from newbuilt FSRU's." Source: Höegh LNG

 Ocean Protector  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Jakarta renews protests against Canberra boat tow backs
Indonesian foreign minister Marty Natalegawa has again protested against Australia's hardline policy on asylum seekers, the Jakarta Post has reported. Speaking at the two-day International Workshop on the Protection of the Irregular Movement of Persons at Sea, co-chaired by Indonesia and the United Nations refugee agency in Jakarta, Natalegawa said governments should stop "shifting responsibility". The workshop comes only days after Australia announced one naval officer had been stripped of his command, another administratively sanctioned, and five others reprimanded after 'inadvertently' breaching Indonesian waters during a tow back operation earlier this year. At the same time, The Guardian Australia reported that the Australian Customs ship Ocean Protector had gone 9km into Indonesian waters, much further than previously disclosed.

 Asian Adonis  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Asian Adonis rescues 25 crewmembers from burning CarCarrier Asian Empire
Fire broke out in Asian Empire on 19 April 2014, around 480nm south of Tokyo, Japan while it was en route to China. The crews of 25 personnel were evacuated from the ailing vessel via life boats and now are safe and in good condition on board Asian Adonis, which happened to trade in the vicinity of the incident. Asian Adonis will make a port-of-call in Saipan before repatriating the safe return of the largely Filipino and South Korean crews to the Philippines and South Korea within the next few days.

 Asian Empire  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

JCG patrol boat locates drifting vessel Asian Empire
A patrol boat from the Japanese Coast Guard (JCG) has arrived at the site of the drifting EUKOR Car Carrier's Asian Empire last night at 21.00 local time. No flames, smoke or signs of pollution were seen in the vessel, and its hull temperature was down to 24-25 degrees Celsius according to JCG's reports on the readings from a remote heat measuring instrument. Two salvage tugs from Taiwan and Japan were dispatched by an appointed salvage company and were expected to arrive on Wednesday and Thursday respectively. Previously, fire broke out in Asian Empire on 19 April 2014, around 480nm south of Tokyo, Japan while it was en route to China. The crews of 25 personnel were evacuated from the ailing vessel via life boats and now are safe and in good condition on board Asian Adonis, which happened to trade in the vicinity of the incident. Asian Adonis will make a port-of-call in Saipan before repatriating the safe return of the largely Filipino and South Korean crews to the Philippines and South Korea within the next few days.

 YM Evolution  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Yang Ming launches new ship for Middle East service
Taiwanese carrier Yang Ming announced yesterday that a newly-built 4,662teu box ship YM Evolution is to be deployed in its CGX Service (China–Gulf express).

 Pacific Princess  (Passagierschiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Princess Celebrates 50th Anniversary with Nostalgic Sailing to Mexico
To cap a year of 50th anniversary activities, Princess Cruises, which celebrates the five decade mark in 2015, has created a special Mexico itinerary departing on December 3, 2015 – exactly 50 years to the day that the line’s original ship, Princess Patricia, set sail on the company’s very first cruise in 1965. Offered on the intimate Pacific Princess, next year’s unique sailing is the same length as the company’s first cruise – 14 days – and will include a blend of ports from the maiden itinerary such as Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlán and Manzanillo, with some newer destinations such as La Paz and Loreto. Guests on the cruise will be treated to an array of activities and entertainment commemorating half a century of cruising by the famous line, and will also be joined by some surprise guests.

 Naniwa Maru No.1  (Tanker)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Armed pirates raid Japanese oil tanker off the coast of Malaysia
April 23 (Reuters) – Armed pirates raided a Japanese oil tanker off the coast of Malaysia and abducted three crew members, Malaysian maritime police said on Wednesday, underscoring increasing threats to shipping in one of the world’s busiest waterways. The incident in the Malacca Strait. Six pirates in a speedboat boarded the Naninwa Maru 1 at 1.00 a.m. local time on Wednesday (Apr. 23) off the coast of west Malaysia, Maritime Police Commander Abdul Aziz Yusof told Reuters. The pirates pumped out more than half the 5 million litres of diesel carried by the tanker into two waiting vessels and made off with three crew members, he added. Domestic media said the abducted men were Indonesians. The Japanese tanker, headed for Myanmar from Singapore, had Indonesian, Thai, Myanmar and Indian crew members.

 Yong Xiang  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

beached
beached at Chittagong 12.04.14

 Kima  (Tanker)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

arrived Scrapyard anchorage
arrived at Chittagong anchorage 18.04.14

 First Kasih  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

beached
beached at Chittagong 13.04.14

 Father S  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

beached
beached at Chittagong 17.04.14

 Chang You  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

beached
beached at Chittagong 15.04.14

 Winner  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

beached
beached at Gadani 12.04.14

 Mire  (Tanker)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

beached
beached at Gadani 15.04.14

 Ermar  (Tanker)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

beached
beached at Gadani 13.04.14

 Praphathepprarat  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Aliaga breakers USD 336/LT LDT

 Aquaholic  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Alang breakers USD 480/LT LDT

 Shun Ru  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Chittagong breakers USD 482/LT LDT (with 460 T bunkers ROB)

 Rollon  (Fischfangboot)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

scrapped
scrapped at Stoksundet,Norway 04/2014

 Torita  (Fischfangboot)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

scrapped
scrapped at Stoksundet,Norway 04/2014

 8  (Fischfangboot)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

scrapped
scrapped at Stoksundet,Norway 04/2014

 MS Arctictrans  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

scrapped
scrapped at Stoksundet between Trondheim and Rorvik in Norway picture:www.shipspotting....

 Full Rich  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

arrived Scrapyard
arrived Jiangyin scrapyard 22.04.14

 Densa Jaguar  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Densa Jaguar collides with bulker Yare off Chittagong
Turkish bulker Densa Jaguar collided with bulker Shahriar Jahan off Chittagong on April 19. No injuries reported.

 Conquest Mb1  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

CONQUEST MB1 Barge Arrives at Giglio
After the successful parbuckling that took place on September 17, 2013, the offshore crane barge, CONQUEST MB1, will take part in the installation of the 19 sponsons to be completed before refloating of the Concordia that is scheduled for summer 2014. The barge is fitted with a sophisticated rotating/luffing crane and associated automated heel/trim compensation system. It is designed on a modular concept and accommodation modules suitable for 60 persons. Furthermore a full air-range diving spread has been arranged on board and the diver teams involved in the installation of the sponsons will operate from the barge. The latest timing based on the progress of work on the project envisages that the wreck will be removed by the summer of 2014.

 Venice
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Cruise ships pledge to stop sailing through canal and too close to Venice
Venice has won its battle against the big ships. Owners of the huge cruise ships have pledged to not sail past to the world-famous lagoon city from the end of November onward. Opponents of the big ships claim they unleash huge currents which threaten the delicate foundations of their historic northern Italian city, as well as block out some of the more stunning views for tourists. But from the penultimate month of this year, ships weighing more than 96,000 tons will no longer pass close to St. Mark's Square. The decision was made by the Cruise Lines International Association following talks with the Italian government. Read more: www.nydailynews.c...

 Lagos
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Tin Can Island confronts wharf rats
Cargo theft and pilfering, which used to be rife at Tin Can Island Terminal (TICT) in Apapa, Nigeria, has been eliminated, according to managing director Yehuda Kotik. Quoted by Nigeria's This Day newspaper, Kotik said that no theft has been recorded at the port since TICT took over the concession to operate the terminal in 2006. "Not even a pen has been stolen," he claimed. Before 2006, Tin Can Island, in common with other Nigerian ports and terminals, suffered high rates of theft by pilferers known locally as 'wharf rats'. Kotik said that TICT, which handles more than 400,000teu a year, is ISPS-compliant and has monitoring systems to ensure that cargoes remain secure. Source: www.ihsmaritime36...

 Genco Augustus  (Frachtschiff)
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Genco Shipping Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
April 21 (Bloomberg) — Peter Georgiopoulos’s Genco Shipping & Trading Ltd., an operator of dry-bulk cargo ships, filed for bankruptcy as weakness in charter rates made it difficult for the company to pay its creditors. Genco, which owns or operates vessels that transport iron ore, coal, grain, steel and other products worldwide, listed assets of $2.4 billion and debt of $1.5 billion in a Chapter 11 filing on April 21 in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Manhattan.

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Terminal berths to close for maintenance
Berths at Fos Petroleum Terminal will be closed for maintenance works on on 28-30 April and 12-16 May, respectively.

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Mauritian truckers rail at tougher port checks
Frustration and congestion are building as the Mauritian port of Port Louis imposes stricter identity checks on drivers.

 Banana
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Deepwater port 'needed' at DR Congo's Banana
Construction of a deepwater port at Banana is the only way to prevent Democratic Republic of Congo losing trade to neighbouring Congo-Brazzaville, said Bas-Congo leader Etienne Lutete.

 Yamal  (Sonstiges Schiff)
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Transit navigation at NSR to be started with Taimyr and Yamal icebreakers
Nuclear icebreakers Taimyr and Yamal are entrusted with the beginning of the transit navigation at the Northern Sea Route, press center of FSUE Atomflot says. Nuclear icebreaker Vaigach is to close the navigation period in the Ob Bay. From early May, nuclear icebreaker 50 Let Pobedy will undergo scheduled maintenance to be prepared for the summer-autumn navigation period and cruise voyages which traditionally start in late June. Nuclear icebreaker Vaigach is currently continuing implementation of the contract with Norilsk Nickel on creation and maintenance of the ice canal at the Yenisei. This work is expected to last till mid May. “Navigation in the Ob Bay is expected to last longer – icebreaking support near port Sabetta will be probably required till late June. Nuclear icebreaker Taimyr continues escorting vessels towards the port under construction (about one vessel per week)”, the statement says.

 Copacabana  (Frachtschiff)
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Coast Guard medevacs 3 injured men from vessel 200 miles south of Kodiak, Alaska
The Coast Guard safely medevaced three injured men from a vessel approximately 200 miles south of Kodiak Monday. Two Air Station Kodiak MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crews hoisted the men from the 587-foot motor vessel Copacabana and transported them to Kodiak to meet commercial medical flight services who flew the men to higher level medical care in Anchorage. An HC-130 Hercules airplane crew, also from Kodiak, managed communications on scene during the hoists and provided a self rescue capability for the Jayhawk crews, the USCG press release said. Coast Guard watchstanders at the 17th District command center in Juneau received a report of the three injured crewmen from the master of the Liberian-flagged cargo ship Sunday and maintained contact with the vessel's crew as they changed course to rendezvous with Coast Guard aircrews closer to Kodiak. A large wave reportedly struck the vessel causing multiple injuries among the three men, and a Coast Guard duty flight surgeon recommended the medieval. The flight surgeon and a health services technician trained in emergency care accompanied the Jayhawk crews to provide in-flight medical care to Copacabana crewmen. “This case illustrates the importance of our hoist-capable aircraft in Alaska and the ability of our crews to respond statewide to medical emergencies,” said Petty Officer 1st Class Amy Canny, watchstander, 17th District command center. “A great deal of planning goes into a case with multiple aircraft involved and our crews constantly train to conduct these long range missions safely.” Weather on scene was reportedly seas of 10-foot and winds up to 17 mph. Following the hoists the Copacabana resumed their original voyage.

 Baosteel Emotion  (Frachtschiff)
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Japan lodges protest against China ship seizure
Tokyo said Tuesday (Apr. 22) it has lodged a formal protest against China's seizure of a Japanese ship over unpaid bills dating back to the 1930s, in the latest row to underscore the bitter enmity between the Asian giants. Authorities in Shanghai said on Saturday they had impounded the large freight vessel owned by Japanese shipping giant Mitsui O.S.K. Lines in a dispute over what the Chinese side says is money owed from the 1930s, when Japan occupied large swathes of its neighbour. The two sides are embroiled in a territorial dispute over a small archipelago, as well as snapping at each other over differing interpretations of history. On Tuesday, some Japanese media suggested the ship's seizure was meant to underline Beijing's assertiveness ahead of US President Barack Obama's arrival in Tokyo on Wednesday, part of an Asian tour aimed at reinforcing Washington's regional security alliances. - See more at: www.straitstimes....

 Sewol  (Passagierschiff)
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One more crew member detained over sunken ferry
One more sailor of the sunken ferry Sewol was put under arrest Tuesday, bringing to five the total number of the ill-fated vessel's staffers charged with not fulfilling their duty to safely evacuate passengers, officials said. A joint investigation team of police and prosecutors alleged that a 58-year-old first mate surnamed Sohn, who attempted to kill himself a day earlier amid the ongoing investigation, had neglected his duty. The arrest came after the arrests on Monday of four other crew members -- two first mates, including one surnamed Kang, one second mate and a chief engineer -- on charges of negligence of duty and breaking the standards of the Rescue and Aid at Sea and in the River Act, officers said. The ship's 69-year-old captain, Lee Jun-seok, and two other crew members were detained pending trial last week on suspicion of negligence of duty and violation of maritime law. "Sohn has undergone questioning by police since his suicide attempt," said an investigator on the team. "The team judges that the charges against Sohn are enough, just like the other crew members put under arrest." A court hearing opened earlier in the day at the Mokpo branch of the Gwangju District Court in the southwestern coastal city of Mokpo to decide whether to issue warrants for the four. A decision is expected Tuesday night, a court official said. More at english.yonhapnew...

 Sewol  (Passagierschiff)
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Korean ferry mate says couldn't reach lifeboat due to tilt
(Reuters) - A crew member of a South Korean ferry than sank last Wednesday said the crew tried to launch lifeboats, but could not get near because of the tilt of the ship. News reports said he was a second mate but did not provide his name. He was one of four who have been detained and charged with negligence. The four stood with heads hanging low as they were questioned outside a court where he was questioned by prosecutors.

 Sewol  (Passagierschiff)
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South Korean ferry death toll stnds at 104, with 198 still missing
The confirmed death toll from South Korea’s ferry disaster crossed 100 Tuesday, as dive teams, under growing pressure from bereaved relatives, accelerated the grim task of recovering hundreds more bodies from the submerged vessel. Improved weather conditions and calm seas spurred their efforts, but underwater visibility was still very poor, requiring divers to grope their way blindly though the corridors and cabins of the ferry that capsized and sank last Wednesday. Nearly one week into the rescue and recovery effort of one of South Korea’s worst peacetime disasters, close to 200 of the 476 people who were aboard the 6,825-tonne Sewol — most of them schoolchildren — are still unaccounted for. The official toll provided by the coastguard Tuesday morning stood at 104, with 198 still missing. Read more: S. Korea ferry incident: Confirmed death toll passes 100: Coastguard - Latest - New Straits Times www.nst.com.my/la...

 Noora Moon 1  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von BerndU

arrived Gulf of Khambhät
arrived Gulf of Khambhät 21-04-14

 Acj Pride  (Frachtschiff)
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arrived Scrapyard anchorage
arrived Gulf of Khambhät 21.04.14

 Ashraf  (Frachtschiff)
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beached
beached at Alang 21.04.14 Plot 47

 Eugen Maersk  (Frachtschiff)
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Collapse Of Containers Caused Fire Aboard Eugen Maersk
On the morning of 18 June 2013, the crew on the Danish flagged container ship EUGEN MAERSK discovered a container fire on the aft cargo deck. At the time the ship was in the Gulf of Aden, underway from Tanjung Pelepas, Malaysia to Rotterdam, the Netherlands. In the days leading up to the fire, the ship had passed some rough weather resulting in substantial damage to cargo containers and their lashings. The crew commenced the firefighting effort and managed to contain the fire. The vessel was allowed to enter the Port of Djibouti where they received assistance from local firefighters and Dutch salvage experts. The fire was extinguished on 23 June 2013. No persons were injured in the fire. There was no pollution and only limited damage to the ship’s structure. A total of 16 cargo containers were damaged or destroyed. More at www.marineinsight...

vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Pilot traiff to rise
The Rio de Janeiro state pilot tariff will increase by 5.62% from 1 May 2014. The new tariff will be valid for one year.

 Ocean Shield  (Bodeneffektfahrzeug)
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

No breakthrough in underwater search for MH370
An underwater vehicle searching for the lost Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 has completed eight missions with no finds of interest. The Bluefin-21 underwater vehicle has searched about two-thirds of the search area, a circle with a 10km radius around the location of the second towed pinger locator contact on 8 April. A ninth search mission was scheduled to begin morning April 21. In addition, ten aircraft and 11 ships are searching the remote area of the Indian Ocean where the 777-200ER is believed to have crashed after running out of fuel. The visual search area for the day is nearly 50,000 km2, located 1,741km northwest of Perth.

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Dutch cargo ship creates new export route between Antwerp and NEO
Fortunagacht arrives at the Port of Cleveland in its inaugural voyage to northeast Ohio. A dutch cargo ship dropped anchor this weekend in the Port of Cleveland, marking the inaugural voyage of a new export route between Antwerp and northeast Ohio. www.wksu.org/news...

 Queen Elizabeth  (Passagierschiff)
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Queen Elizabeth Arrives In Abu Dhabi For The First Time
HH Sheikh Sultan bin Tahnoon, Chairman, Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority (TCA Abu Dhabi) welcomed Cunard’s newest luxury cruise liner, Queen Elizabeth on her maiden voyage to Abu Dhabi on Thursday 17 April. The ship arrived a little ahead of schedule and stayed for the whole day in Zayed Port, Abu Dhabi, allowing its 1,950passengers to explore some of the UAE capital’smany attractions. HH Sheikh Sultan bin Tahnoon, Chairman, TCA Abu Dhabi and Capt. Mohamed Juma Al Shamisi, CEO Abu Dhabi Ports Company welcomed Capt. Alistair Clarke and his crew, and they exchanged commemorative plaques to mark the special occasion.

 Xutra Bhum  (Frachtschiff)
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Xutra Bhum first ship to sail on DP World’s new Vietnam channel
DP World said on Monday that the first vessel has passed through the new channel to its Saigon Terminal in Vietnam. The vessel, the MSC Xutra Bhum, with a capacity of 2,378 TEUs (twenty foot equivalent container units) and deadweight tonnage (dwt) of 30,832, sailed up the 54km channel to the terminal. DP World’s Saigon Premier Container Terminal (SPCT) along the Soai Rap River in Ho Chí Minh City, Vietnam is a 80:20 joint venture with Vietnamese state-owned company Tan Thuan Industrial Promotion Company (IPC). The new Soai Rap channel makes SPCT the deepest Ho Chí Minh City port. With a draught of 9.5 metres, and a tidal rise of up to 3.4 metres, the channel doubles the size of vessels that can access the port, including Panamax vessels.

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First ship sails through DP World’s new Vietnam channel
New Soai Rap channel doubles the size of vessels that can access DP World’s Saigon Premier Container Terminal - DP World said on Monday that the first vessel has passed through the new channel to its Saigon Terminal in Vietnam. The vessel, the MSC Xutra Bhum, with a capacity of 2,378 TEUs (twenty foot equivalent container units) and deadweight tonnage (dwt) of 30,832, sailed up the 54km channel to the terminal. DP World’s Saigon Premier Container Terminal (SPCT) along the Soai Rap River in Ho Chí Minh City, Vietnam is a 80:20 joint venture with Vietnamese state-owned company Tan Thuan Industrial Promotion Company (IPC). The new Soai Rap channel makes SPCT the deepest Ho Chí Minh City port. With a draught of 9.5 metres, and a tidal rise of up to 3.4 metres, the channel doubles the size of vessels that can access the port, including Panamax vessels. The SPCT can now handle vessels of 50,000 dwt, and vessels with 5,000 TEU capacity are expected to start using the channel in coming weeks, DP World stated. There are also no night-time restrictions on the port.

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Fire forces crew to abandon South Korean trawler off Sierra Leone coast
Sierra Leone (Reuters) - A fire on board a South Korean trawler fishing off the coast of Sierra Leone forced the crew to abandon ship, fleeing onto boats that came to their rescue, its captain told Reuters on Monday, Apr. 21. The fire on the 70-foot (21-meter) Osito 89 broke out in the engine room at 0400 GMT on Sunday about five nautical miles off the town of Kent, south of the Sierra Leonean capital Freetown. Thick smoke billowed from the vessel on Monday and flames rose from the hull, according to a Reuters witness. "The fire became wild as it spread into the captain's bridge so I had no alternative but to send an SOS to our company's office," Captain Seak Kim Che said.

 Baosteel Emotion  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Chinese Court Orders Seizure of Japanese Bulk Carrier
A court in Shanghai has ordered the seizure of a Japanese ship over legal claims dating to before World War II, adding a point of contention to the sometimes rancorous relationship between Japan and China. The ship, the Baosteel Emotion, is a bulk carrier owned by Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, which the court says failed to pay an obligation resulting from a contract dating to the 1930s. The vessel is berthed at Majishan port, southeast of Shanghai. Calls to the port were not answered on Monday. The Japanese government expressed concern on Monday that the court decision could undermine diplomatic and business ties between the two countries. A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman sought to play down any tensions, however, saying the decision was a matter of contract law and not of wartime reparations.

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Falmouth's port authority hits back at claims that trial dredge was a failure and waste of money
Falmouth's port authority has hit back at claims by conservationists that the trial dredge of the harbour was a failure and a waste of money. Last year, the town’s harbour authority commissioned a trial to remove and re-lay the top 30cm of maerl habitat – a type of coral – within the Fal Estuary. It was designed to answer questions raised by Natural England about the environmental impact of a full-scale dredge, which is proposed by Falmouth Harbour Commissioners (FHC) to develop Falmouth as a successful and viable operational port. But leading conservationists branded the test dredge a failure after the results showed the loss of the maerl habitat, and called on FHC to stop spending public money. Source : westbriton

 Sewol  (Passagierschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Third Mate Was Navigating Perilous Waterway for First Time, Prosecutors Say
A 26-year-old third mate was navigating a South Korean ferry through a notoriously treacherous waterway for the first time when it tilted and sank, prosecutors said on Saturday, as rescuers raced against time to find any survivors among the 256 missing passengers, many of them believed to have been trapped inside the capsized vessel. Questions about the qualifications of the third mate, Park Han-gyeol, mounted on Saturday, after investigators revealed that the ship’s captain, Lee Jun-seok, 69, was in his quarters on a break, leaving Ms. Park in charge of the bridge, giving instructions to a helmsman at the wheel, when the ferry was negotiating the waterway 11 miles from Jindo Island. “It was her first time commanding the steering of the ship through the Maenggol Waterway,” said Yang Joong-jin, a senior prosecutor who is part of the government’s investigation. “There is nothing legally wrong with that. But it does give us important data on how well qualified she was. Ms. Park ended up in command of the ship by chance. The three regular mates on the 6,825-ton car ferry, the Sewol, worked on a fixed rotation of four-hour shifts, with Ms. Park on duty at the bridge from 8 a.m. to noon. The ship had been scheduled to leave Incheon, a port west of Seoul, at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday with 476 people on board, including 325 second-year high school students headed for a field trip on the southern island of Jeju. Ms. Park had been working aboard the ferry on the Incheon-Jeju route for six months. But the ship’s departure was delayed by two and a half hours because of heavy fog. Had it left on time, the ship would have passed the spot where it foundered and sank one and a half hours before Ms. Park’s shift was to have started. Ms. Park was unavailable for comment. She was arrested Saturday, along with the captain and the helmsman. They face criminal charges of abandoning their ship and passengers during a crisis, accidental homicide, or both. On Friday, the 55-year-old helmsman said the ship was attempting a usual turn on the shipping route when it swerved more rapidly than expected. The factors that led to Ms. Park’s being in charge while the ferry plied the Maenggol Waterway may provide another piece of the puzzle investigators are putting together. Ever since the ship capsized on Wednesday morning, investigators have worked to unravel the mysteries surrounding one of South Korea’s worst peacetime disasters, especially the question of why the ship suddenly tilted as it passed a curve in the shipping lane. On Saturday, navy divers struggled to enter the ship for a fourth straight day. Many of the survivors have said a large number of passengers were probably trapped inside the overturned and sunken ship, partly because they had been advised by the ship’s crew to stay put even while the ship was tilting dangerously. “The chances of anyone surviving in there depend on many factors, such as the water temperature and individual conditions,” said Ko Myong-seok, a senior Coast Guard officer involved in rescue operations. Three and a half days after the ship capsized, hopes have dwindled. All of the 174 survivors were found in the immediate hours after the ship’s sinking, and rescuers have since found only 46 bodies, including 10 found early Sunday. Officials said Saturday that the recovery operation could take weeks. Divers have tried to get inside the sunken ship to find bodies or passengers who might be still alive in air pockets. But they have been thwarted by strong currents and poor visibility. Even when they were able to enter the ship, they soon had to retreat, their way blocked by debris. Through a window, divers saw three bodies in life jackets floating inside on Saturday, Coast Guard officials said at a briefing, and broke through a window to recover them. They were the first bodies recovered from the ship. On Saturday night, flares illuminated the murky blue waters as divers plunged into the night sea to try again to get inside the ship. To help, officials brought in nine squid-fishing boats, which have powerful lights used to lure the creatures at night. They also hired four trawlers to catch any bodies drifting away in the strong current. Source : NY Times




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