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 City Of Sidon  (Frachtschiff)
vor 11 Std von BerndU

arrived Aliaga anchorage
arrived Aliaga anchorage 28.11.14

 Trio Vega  (Frachtschiff)
vor 11 Std von BerndU

beached
beached at Aliaga 11/2014

 Repubblica Di Roma  (Frachtschiff)
vor 11 Std von BerndU

beached
beached at Aliaga 11/2014

 Divyan  (Tanker)
vor 11 Std von BerndU

beached
beached at Alang 27.11.14 Plot 75

 King Merry  (Frachtschiff)
vor 11 Std von BerndU

beached
beached at Alang 27.11.14

 Shield  (Frachtschiff)
vor 11 Std von BerndU

arrived Bhavnagar anchorage
arrived Bhavnagar anchorage 27.11.14

 Voyager Of The Seas  (Passagierschiff)
vor 12 Std von arnekiel

Royal Caribbean's Voyager of the Seas completes bow-to-stern revitalization
Royal Caribbean International’s Voyager of the Seas, the largest cruise ship based in Asia Pacific, has just successfully completed her month-long $80 million revitalization bringing guests in the region a variety of first-at-sea features such as the FlowRider surf simulator and Virtual Balcony staterooms. In addition the ship also received a 3D cinema, digital signage, a new Diamond Club for Crown and Anchor Society members as well as new dining options including Izumi Japanese Cuisine, Giovanni’s Table Italian trattoria and Chops Grille steakhouse. The ship’s revitalization was carried out under a contract with Sembawang Shipyard, a subsidiary of Sembcorp Marine Ltd. and is also the largest cruise ship revitalization project ever completed in Singapore, the company said in its press release. The newly revitalized ship is sailing today from Singapore to Sydney where she will be based for her 2014/15 winter-spring season.

 MSC Magnifica  (Passagierschiff)
vor 12 Std von arnekiel

MSC Magnifica undergoes succesful drydocking at Damen Shiprepair Rotterdam
After a very fast and successful 17-day drydocking the cruise ship MSC Magnifica left Damen Shiprepair Rotterdam (part of Damen Shiprepair & Conversion) for Hamburg on schedule to start her next cruise. Commenting on the MSC Magnifica project, Marc Derks, Shiprepair Rotterdam Project Manager, comments: “This was an excellent operation, I am very proud of the team. The advance planning and preparation paid off.”Khalil Benjelloul, Cruise Vessels Product Manager of Damen Shiprepair & Conversion, adds: “Everything went very smoothly, we managed to do this demanding job safely and on schedule, which is vitally important in the cruise industry.”Built in 2010, the MSC Magnifica is 293 m long and has a capacity for more than 2,500 passengers. She arrived at Damen Shiprepair Rotterdam on October 20 and was berthed at the yard’s largest drydock, which is 307 m in length. Mr Derks stresses that this project had the added challenge that the ship’s 800-strong crew remained on board during the work

vor 12 Std von arnekiel

L&G Forest Products сreates timber hub at the Port of Tilbury
The Port of Tilbury announces today (27 November) a new agreement with L&G Forest Products to create a 70,000sq.ft. timber hub at the port serving the Grafton Group and others throughout England, the company said in its press release. L&G, who are part of the Grafton Group which owns the Buildbase depots in the UK, have chosen Tilbury to consolidate their timber distribution alongside their panel products operation. They have taken advantage of Tilbury’s unique Portcentric service which will increase operational efficiency and ultimately save cost throughout the supply chain. The increase in demand from Buildbase has promoted the move to create a bespoken timber hub where product is shipped in, stored at the port and then distributed around the country. Source: PortNews

 Alex F Mccall  (Passagierschiff)
vor 12 Std von arnekiel

Seacor Takes Delivery of 10,800 HP Crewboat
Seacor Marine is building ever larger and more powerful mono-hull crew/supply boats. The first of these to be delivered is the 202x34-foot Alex F. McCall with some very impressive statistics. With a length between perpendiculars of 186 feet and a 13-foot molded depth the new vessel has a light ship displacement of 277 long tons (281.45 mt). Interior capacities include 92,418 US gallons of fuel, (349.8 cubic meters), 10,848 US gallons of drill /fresh water (41.1 cu. met.) and 3,200 US gal. of potable water (12.1 cu. mt.). Discharge rates are: for drill water 300 gallons per minute at 380 feet, for fuel oil 354 gpm at 394 feet. The 132 by 27 foot (40.2x8.2 m.) cargo deck is estimated to have a 400-long ton (406.4 metric ton) capacity. Crew accommodation includes eleven berths in six cabins. Seating is provided for 64 passengers. The Alex F. McCall is equipped with three Cummins QSM11 powered 290-kW main generators. In addition to pumping and general ship’s needs these also power the three electric-operated 200 HP Thrustmaster tunnel bow thrusters for the DP-2 certified crew-supply boat. www.marinelink.co...

 Federal Mayumi  (Frachtschiff)
vor 12 Std von arnekiel

Fednav Celebrates Anniversary Trio in Cleveland
Fednav Limited held a reception on board one of its vessels, the Federal Mayumi, at the Port of Cleveland yesterday to celebrate a trio of anniversaries: the 70th year since the founding of the company, 55 years of continuous general cargo liner service from FALLine and 50 years since the establishment of its terminal division, FMT (Federal Marine Terminals).

 Lone  (Frachtschiff)
vor 12 Std von arnekiel

SAL into offshore renewables
German headquartered maritime logistics company SAL Heavy Lift has made its first successful foray into the offshore renewables industry. German engineering and services group Bilfinger, which was awarded the test pile contract for the Wikinger offshore wind farm project, chose SAL as subcontractor to transport and install the test piles and equipment with their DP Class II vessel ‘MV Lone’. The crew of MV Lone’s test objectives for the recently completed first stage of its contract with Bilfinger were to confirm the design of the wind farm foundations by testing the performance of the piles against static, dynamic and cyclic loads specific for offshore structures. Located 30 km off the island of Rügen in the Baltic Sea and covering an area of 34 km2, the Wikinger offshore wind farm project will consist of 70 wind turbines with a total capacity of up to 350 MW Spanish energy company Iberdrola is developing the project, scheduled to begin operations in 2017. www.maritimejourn...

vor 12 Std von arnekiel

Seattle to invest in terminals and its new partnership with Tacoma
The Port of Seattle Commission on Tuesday approved its 2015 budget that calls for $373.8 million in capital expenditures for the seaport and for Sea-Tac International Airport. Seaport investments will include modernization of Terminal 5 to make the facility big-ship ready.

vor 12 Std von arnekiel

Montreal port gets back to normal after one-day strike
Operations at the port of Montreal are returning to normal after a day-long strike by municipal workers opposing the state’s pension reform plan interfered with access to the terminals and disrupted operations. A one-day municipal workers strike disrupted cargo operations at the port of Montreal on Wednesday Nov.26.

vor 12 Std von arnekiel

Fewer container ships at anchor at LA-LB versus earlier in the week
Seven container ships, two more than the previous day but fewer than earlier in the week, were at anchor on Thursday morning awaiting berths at the congested ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, reports JOC.

 Denak Trader  (Frachtschiff)
vor 13 Std von Timsen

Bulkcarrier may be detained on arrival in Camden
The U.S. government has a court order allowing it to seize the "Denak Trader" once it arrived in Camden on Nov 29, 2014, unless the Turkey-based shipping firm Denak Depoculuk Ve Nakliyecilik A.S. of Istanbulresolves a dispute over a maritime accident. The federal government wants almost $2 million from the ship’s owner. The Turkish firm owes that money because another of its ships, the "Feyza", damaged a federal facility in Jersey City in Dece 2011. The ship hit a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers marine terminal after it lost control while attempting to dock in New York Harbor. Authorities were alerted to the "Denak Trader" ’s arrival because foreign-flagged vessels entering U.S. waters must submit an electronic “notice of arrival” to the Coast Guard. The bulk carrier intended to stay in Camden until Dec 2. On Nov 25 the U.S. Magistrate Judge Joel Schneiderapproved the attachment and garnishment of the "Denak Trader" which would allow federal authorities to hold the ship unless Denak has agreed to resolve the dispute and guarantees funds for potential repairs.

 Sajir  (Tanker)
vor 13 Std von arnekiel

UASC Names First Ever LNG-Ready Ultra Large Container Vessel at HHI Shipyard in Ulsan
United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) today named the industry’s first ever LNG-ready ultra large container vessel. MV “Sajir” is the first vessel in UASC’s current newbuilding program, comprising 17 of the world’s most eco-efficient vessels. With a capacity of 15,000 TEU (A15), the DNV GL classed vessel is the largest and most eco-efficient vessel in this capacity range. Preliminary calculations indicate an Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI) value that is close to 50% below the 2025 limit established by the IMO. MV “Sajir” will start operating on the Asia–North Europe route after delivery. Ten further A15 vessels and six 18,800 TEU (A18) box ships will be delivered from Hyundai Heavy Industries and Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries to UASC by mid-2016. Speaking at today’s naming ceremony in Ulsan, H.E. Salem Ali Al Zaabi, Chairman of UASC, said: “At UASC, we see efficiency as a key competitive differentiator in an increasing competitive market. Whether it stems from improving vessel design through our newbuilding program, strategic partnerships or empowering our people onboard and ashore to deliver improvements, efficiency pervades every facet of our expansion plans. The “Sajir” perfectly embodies this ethos and, as the first of 17 vessels in our current newbuilding program, represents an important milestone in the evolution of UASC.” “UASC is proud of its Middle Eastern heritage and the “Sajir” takes its name from an area in Saudi Arabia that is known for its luscious landscape and farming heritage. We hope the “Sajir” personifies her namesake in many ways, with a long and fruitful career and full cargo holds,” Al Zaabi added. “These highly efficient vessels help us significantly reduce the amount of fuel we consume per container,” said Jorn Hinge, President and Chief Executive Officer of UASC. “We operate one of the world’s youngest container vessel fleets and are committed to making it more environmentally sustainable. The A15 vessels go beyond what regulations require and set new standards in terms of efficient, safe and sustainable operations,” he remarked. “Energy efficiency and sustainability are instrumental in developing and constructing state of the art container ships – and the A15 vessels fall in this category. We are happy to be working with UASC on this truly innovative project and are pleased that our technical expertise could help the owner in realizing it,” said Choi Kil-Seon, Chairman and CEO of Hyundai Heavy Industries.

 Tunis
vor 13 Std von saidaiffamctc

rades port
no more congestion in rades port

vor 13 Std von arnekiel

Brazilian ultra-large ore freighters may return to Chinese waters
There are growing signs of Beijing’s willingness to lift a ban on the entry of mega ore vessels known as Valemaxes, since their owner, Brazilian mining company Vale, signed agreements with a Chinese state-owned shipping company and port management, Shanghai’s China Business News reports. Vale dry-cargo ships, known as Valemaxes, are the largest in the world and belong to Vale SA, a Brazil-based metals and mining company. Vale and the management of Lianyungang port in China’s eastern Jiangsu province signed a cooperative agreement in July to pave the way for Vale’s ultra-large Valemaxes, which have a capacity of 400,000 dead weight tons (dwt), to dock at the port and boost productivity of their operations. Vale is facing transit times to China more than three times longer than its Australian competitors, and opted to build 35 Valemax vessels in 2008 to achieve economies of scale and slash transport costs, according to the CBN report. The 35 Valemax ships are capable of shipping 56 million metric tons of ore to China per year and can sharply cut transport costs. Yet Valemax ships are not permitted to dock at Chinese ports under existing rules, which only permit ships with a capacity of at least 250,000 dwt. Chinese shipping companies had lobbied hard to ensure that Valemax ships are not allowed to dock at Chinese ports. They argue that allowing so would exacerbate overcapacity in the shipping industry.

vor 13 Std von arnekiel

Australia’s Port of Melbourne lining up three bidders
Three of Australia’s largest infrastructure funds plan to bid for the country’s largest container terminal in a sale expected to fetch about A$5 billion ($4.27 billion) for Victoria state, a source with knowledge of the process said on Wednesday. The prospect of three bidders suggests Victoria, Australia’s second most populous state, will reap a hefty price for the asset and encourage other Australian states looking to sell a combined A$130 billion of assets in the next 18 months. Pension fund IFM Investors has hired investment banks JPMorgan Chase & Co and Barclays Capital to prepare a bid for Port of Melbourne, while a consortium of Hastings Funds Management Ltd and Kuwait sovereign fund Wren House Infrastructure Management have hired UBS AG, the source said. Queensland state fund QIC Ltd is also expected to appoint a bank to place a bid, said the source who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorised to comment publicly. Hastings declined to comment and IFM and QIC were not immediately available for comment. A successful port sale in Victoria will be good news for other states hoping to sell assets to pay down debt and finance infrastructure. Governments of smaller Queensland and Western Australia state are also planning to sell container terminals. The government of larger New South Wales state hopes to sell half the state electricity grid for an estimated A$20 billion, and promises to spend the proceeds on road and rail upgrades in Sydney. Victoria, unlike NSW and Queensland, faces no political obstacles to the Port of Melbourne sale, with both major parties supporting the move ahead of an election on Nov. 29. In April, Hastings and China Merchants jointly bought Australia’s biggest coal terminal, Port of Newcastle in NSW, for A$1.75 billion. In 2013, IFM and several other pension funds bought Port Botany in NSW for $A5.07 billion. Source: Reuters (Editing by Stephen Coates)

 Baris  (Frachtschiff)
vor 13 Std von Timsen

Number of immigrants at 595, 21 people arrested
Greek port authorities conducting a preliminary investigation arrested 21 people who were aboard the "Baris", including seven crew members, two immigrants suspected of being traffickers and 12 immigrants who caused tension on the ship. In the meantime, authorities completed the safe transfer of all the undocumented immigrants ashore at tIerapetra on the Aegean island of Crete. The immigrants qwew hosted temporarily at the city's indoor sports hall, while authorities were waiting until Nov 28 to perform the official counting. According to the first estimations, the total number of immigrants aboard the freighter was 595. The aim now was to bring the traffickers to justice. The vast majority of the immigrants were from Syria. Report with photos: www.ansamed.info/...

vor 13 Std von arnekiel

Tenders floated to develop Duqm port infrastructure
wo tenders to develop Duqm port’s infrastructure and related works have been floated by the Special Economic Zone Authority Duqm. These tenders are for providing facilities at the customs area, internal roads, two helipads, earthworks, potable water network, sewerage network, pump stations and street lighting, which will help achieve full-fledged operation as per the schedule. One of the tenders is new, while the other one is just an extension of submission date. The first tender is for building roads, commercial gates and inspection zone, while bids submission date has been extended until December 23 in the case of another tender for construction of roads, infrastructure and building at the berth area of the port. In fact, the port started early operations last year and have been attracting clients from the gas and oil fields in central Oman for various types of heavy and light cargo.

vor 13 Std von Timsen

Five died on barge in Port Moresby
Five men were dead after entering an oxygen-starved compartment in the barge "Nivani Colossus" in Port Moresby on Nov 26, 2014. They were believed to have dropped unconscious and lost their lives after entering the compartment for an inspection of damage to the bow. But one man was believed to have survived after being given breathing help and heart resuscitation efforts. Three were employees of the construction company Nivani Ltd, and two were from Karavia village mid-way between Rabaul and Kokopo. The barge had suffered some damage in a beach landing recently and the men opened the hatch to one of the airtight compartments to inspect damage to the bow. One man survived the scene. Five were pronounced dead after attempts to revive them failed. Reports with photos: www.pngloop.com/2... www.pngloop.com/2...

 Bella Desgagnes  (Passagierschiff)
vor 13 Std von Timsen

Ferry ran aground off Sept-Îles
The "Bella Desgagnés" had to be inspected in Sept-Îles after running aground in the Gulf of St. Lawrence near Kegaska in the evening of Nov 25, 2014. One of the ship's propellers was damaged. Zhe crew had to deal with difficult sea conditions and winds in excess of 80 km/h. The two passengers were not injured, there was no pollution and no environmental impact. The "Bella Desgagnés" returned in Sept-Îles at reduced speed. Divers were sent down to inspect the thrusters and determine the cause of failure. The company was taking the necessary steps to take care of the passengers and distribute the cargo. The "Nordik Express" will take over the service of the "Bella Desgagnés" and in this respect will leave the port of Quebec on No 29 bound to Rimouski. French reports with photo: ici.radio-canada.... www.journaldemont...

 Kiel
vor 13 Std von arnekiel

Completion of Kiel-Holtenau locks repairs
As reported on Monday 24 November 2014, the New Big North Lock Chamber at Kiel-Holtenau was taken out of service after a vessel had collided with the No.1 lock gate. The repairs have been completed on Nov. 26 at 18.30 hrs and both big lock chambers are in service with immediate effect.

 Mct Matterhorn  (Tanker)
vor 14 Std von Timsen

Tanker crew assisted injured boat operator
Coastguard Watchstanders issued an urgent marine information broadcast and directed the "MCT Matterhorn, which is registered with the Automated Mutual-Assistance Vessel Rescue System, to assist a 62-year-old man who was injured on his sailboat on Nov 27, 2014, approximately 100 miles east of Kill Devil Hills. The Fifth Coast Guard District command center in Portsmouth, Virginia, received notification on Nov 27 at approximately 8:30 p.m. from the International Emergency Response Coordination Center, reporting they received a distress message from the sailboat "Austina" which stated the skipper fell, injured his hip and was in need of medical assistance. An HC-130 Hercules airplane crew and a MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew, both from Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City, launched at 9:20 p.m. to assist. The Jayhawk crew was unable to hoist the man at the time due to inclement weather and returned to Air Station Elizabeth City. The Hercules crew and the "MCT Matterhorn" remained on scene throughout the night to monitor the situation. At approximately 7 a.m. on Nov 28, a second Jayhawk crew launched and medevaced the man. The man was taken to Air Station Elizabeth City where he was transferred to local EMS and taken to Sentara Albermarle Medical Center in Elizabeth City. Report with video: www.uscgnews.com/...

 Sun Princess  (Passagierschiff)
vor 14 Std von Timsen

No suspicious circumstances regarding elderly man lost over board
The "Sun Princess" arrived in Sydney in the morning of Nov 25. The ship berthed at White Bay Cruise Terminal at 8.08 a.m. and was still in Sydney in the afternoon of Nov 26 before heading to Lifou in the evening with an ETA of Nov 28. A police unit, the New South Wales Marine Area Command, were investigating the loss of one passenger. The affected passengers would receive a refund for one day of their cruise and also have NZ$54 paid to their on-board account. The Australian man, presumed dead after falling 25 meters into rough seas from a cruise ship, was missing for more than four hours before his disappearance was reported. Nobody saw the 84 year-old man fall into the Tasman Sea. But his fall was captured on CCTV footage at 10.40 p.m. The man was reported missing at about 2.30 a.m. the following morning. Meanwhile the New South Wales police took over the case from the Rescue Co-ordination Centre in Canberra. Investigators did not believe there were any suspicious circumstances in the incident about 320 km east of Sydney, travelling from Auckland to Sydney after a 13-night New Zealand cruise. THe passengers onboard received regular updates regarding their delayed arrival in Sydney and were being helped with onward travel arrangements. 239 people have been lost overboard on cruise ships since 2000. 16 of those cases were from Princess ships. In 2014, 19 people were lost overboard, among them two from Princess ships.

 Liberty Grace  (Frachtschiff)
vor 15 Std von Timsen

Bulkcarrier saved 230 Syrian migrants
The "Liberty Grace" was involved in the rescue of more than 230 Syrian refugees from a a Turkish fishing trawler that was adrift 120 nautical miles southeast of Sicily. The "Liberty Grace" was transiting in ballast from the Suez Canal to Galveston when she was directed by the Italian Coast Guard to render assistance to the refugees. On Nov 17, 2014, at 0910 ha.m. the "Liberty Grace" was on station and began taking aboard the 230+ refugees, who included 65 women and children. The Italian Coast Guard remained on site watching the boarding, for the safety and security of the crew of the "Liberty Grace" as well as for safe embarkation of the refugees. The crew of the "Liberty Grace" established a feeding station on deck to provide food and water to the exhausted refugees. The vessel also provided blankets and clothing to those in need. Some of the refugees said they were doctors, engineers and other professionals, all seeking to escape Syria's war torn towns of Aleppo, Homs and others- They said that the captain and crew of the Turkish trawler set them on a course towards Italy and then deserted the refugees by embarking onto speed boats.On Nov 18 all refugees safely disembarked at Porto Empedocle where they were received on shore by United Nations High Council for Refugees along with the Red Cross and medical volunteer crews.

 Marie Maersk  (Frachtschiff)
vor 17 Std von tpsc

PATROGAS-FUEL GAS SYSTEM
PATROGAS-FUEL GAS SYSTEM-ABP4-024-001 ETD 11-30 ROTTERDAM ETA 12-31 THAILAND 10,230.0 KG 94.1 M3

 Industrial Dart  (Frachtschiff)
vor 17 Std von tpsc

SIEMENS-SWEDEN GTG
SIEMENS-SWEDEN- GTG ABP5-003-001/ ABP5-004-001/ABP5-005-001/ABP5-006-001/ ABP5-038-003 ETD 12-14~22 NOORKOPING ETA THAILAND

 Hr Recognition  (Frachtschiff)
vor 17 Std von tpsc

SIEMENS-SWEDEN GTG
SIEMENS-SWEDEN- GTG ABP5-003-001/ ABP5-004-001/ABP5-005-001/ABP5-006-001/ ABP5-038-003 ETD 12-14~22 NOORKOPING ETA THAILAND

 Rickmers Savannah  (Frachtschiff)
vor 17 Std von tpsc

SIEMENS-CZECH STG
SIEMENS-CZECH STG ABP4-001-001/ ABP4-002-001/ ABP4-038-031 ABP4-001-001/ 114,181.0 KG 311,70.0 M3 TURBINE ABP4-002-001/ 79,180.0 KG 137,60.0 M3 GENERATOR ABP4-038-031/ 3,433.0 KG 4,81.0 M3 OIL PACKAGE

 Rickmers Savannah  (Frachtschiff)
vor 17 Std von tpsc

SIEMENS-CZECH STG
SIEMENS-CZECH STG ABP4-001-001/ ABP4-002-001/ ABP4-038-031 ABP4-001-001/ 114,181.0 KG 311,70.0 M3 TURBINE ABP4-002-001/ 79,180.0 KG 137,60.0 M3 GENERATOR ABP4-038-031/ 3,433.0 KG 4,81.0 M3 OIL PACKAGE

 APL Amman  (Frachtschiff)
vor 18 Std von tpsc

AARDING VENT SILENCER 1375KG 9.5 M
AARDING VENT SILENCER ABP5-050-001 ETD 12-1 MALAYSIA ETA 12-15 THAILAND

 Anette  (Frachtschiff)
vor 19 Std von tpsc

SIEMENS
SIEMENS ABP5-003-002/ ABP5-004-002/ABP5-005-002/ABP5-006-002/ ABP5-038-004 ETD 10-20 DEC NORRKOPING

 Anette  (Frachtschiff)
vor 19 Std von tpsc

SIEMENS
SIEMENS ABP5-003-002/ ABP5-004-002/ABP5-005-002/ABP5-006-002/ ABP5-038-004 ETD 10-20 DEC NORRKOPING

 Aidastella  (Passagierschiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Call at La Palma skipped due to storm
The "AIDAstella" had to skip its call at La Palma on Nov 28, 2014, as the port was closed due to a storm with winds of up to 140 km/h. The "AIDAstella" which was about to leave Acrrecife returned to its berth after the captain got the Information about the closure.

 Deutschland  (Passagierschiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

World cruise cancelled
On Nov 27 it was announced that the world cruise of the "Deutschland" from Dec 18 until May 1, 2015, has been cancelled as no investor was found who guaranteed the cruise and the overhaul needed before would take place. The intention remained, however, to resume cruising in spring 2015. All passengers who booked the cruise will be refunded.

 Caspian Endeavour  (Schlepper)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

AHTS pulled grounded vessel off Baku breakwater
A cargo ship grounded at the entrance breakwater of the Baku Deepwater Jacket Factory area. The "Caspian Endeavour" went over to assist, connected a towing line and pulled her off the breakwaters and escorted the vessel back into the Channel.

 Al Riffa  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Container ships in Singapore after collision and fire
The two container vessels involved in a fire in the port of Port Kelang on Oct 28, the "San Felipe" and the "Al Riffa", were spotted in Singapore for repairs. The "Al Riffa" docked at the new shipyard in West Jurong and the "San Felipe" was at anchor at the Sudong Special Anchorage off Singapore.

 San Felipe  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Container ships in Singapore following fire
The two container vessels involved in a fire in the port of Port Kelang on Oct 28, the "San Felipe" and the "Al Riffa", were spotted in Singapore for repairs. The "Al Riffa" docked at the new shipyard in West Jurong and the "San Felipe" was at anchor at the Sudong Special Anchorage off Singapore. Photo: https://www.flickr.com/ph...

 Solid Marine  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Solid Marine joins SAR operation for missing fishermen
Authorities have launched a search and rescue operation for five fishermen who went missing after Tropical Depression “Queenie” made landfall on Nov 26, 2014. Four minor fishermen from the island village of Danawan have been reported missing while one fisherman from Barangay Mabua also could not be found. The fishermenwent fishing early on Nov 25 and were not able to come back before Queenie swept Surigao City. The Philippine Coast Guard, Philippine Navy and Surigao City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council were conducting a search and rescue operation for the five fishermen and has been calling on nearby vessels navigating along the Bohol Sea-Surigao Straight route since 9 a.m. By 10 a.m. only one vessel – the "Solid Marine" has so far responded in the search for the missing fishermen

 Morning Capo  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Collision off Xiamen
In the evening of Nov 22, 2014, the "Stadt Rostock" while enroute from Xiamen to Shanghai was in collision with the car carrier "Morning Capo" which was underway from Gunsan to Singapore, in waters near Xiamen. The "East China Sea rescue 116" escorted the ship to Xiamen where she anchored. The container ship had suffered damage at the starboard side of the bow, while the car carrier suffered a hole in the bow. Chinese Report with photos: www.crs.gov.cn/xi...

 MV Stadt Rostock  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Collision off Xiamen
In the evening of Nov 22, 2014, the "Stadt Rostock" while enroute from Xiamen to Shanghai was in collision with the car carrier "Morning Capo" in waters near Xiamen. The "East China Sea rescue 116" escorted the ship to Xiamen where she anchored. The container ship had suffered damage at the starboard side of the bow, while the car carrier suffered a hole in the bow. The "Stadt Rostock" berthed at the Kwaichung Container Terminal on Nov 27 and later entered the Yui Lian Dockyard in Hongkong. Chinese Report with photos: www.crs.gov.cn/xi...

 Baris  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Migrants ship reached Crete
More than 700 people, mostly refugees from Syria, began disembarking the "Baris" on Crete after a harrowing journey on the smuggling ship "Baris" that broke down in gale-force winds while trying to reach Europe. The "Baris" lost engine power on Nov 25 in international waters off Crete, and reached the coastal town of Ierapetra after being slowly towed for 40 hours by the Greek navy frigate "Hydra". The passengers included many refugees from Syria with a large number of women and children. They were exhausted but overall in good health. The Greek Coastguard started disembarking women and small children, a small group of whom was given preliminary care and food before being taken to temporary shelter at a basketball arena. Report with photos: www.sfgate.com/ne... www.hcg.gr/node/9071

 Arctic Sunrise  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Greenpeace ship released
The "Arctis Suncrise" which was impounded by Spain as it protested oil exploration off the Canary Islands was allowed to leave Arrecife on Nov 26 after payment of a €50,000 bond and left at 5.00 p.m. local time (1700 GMT) and set off toward Valencia. Spain had impounded the ship because the crew defied orders to leave a restricted zone where they were protesting against oil exploration off the Canary Islands. On Nov 15, three Spanish navy boats rammed vessels in which Greenpeace activists were approaching a ship belonging to Spanish energy firm Repsol. An Italian protester fell in the water and was injured. Authorities impounded the boat on Nov 18 at the port of Arrecife on the island of Lanzarote. The captain, a US national, was being refused release until the €50,000 bond was paid. It had initially refused to pay.

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

APM Terminals Maasvlakte II Begins Landside 24/7 Operations
The new APM Terminals Maasvlakte II container terminal, designed to be the world’s safest, most technologically advanced and automated container handling facility, began landside commercial operations with the opening of the high tech truck gates, launching a new era of automation to improve trucker efficiency and reduce turntimes. The 86 hectare (212 acre) terminal includes a 500-meter barge quay, 1,000-meter deep quay and an ondock rail terminal with four tracks of 750 meters. Two barge quay cranes and two rail cranes are part of the landside investment in the 2.7 million TEU annual capacity deep-water terminal.

 Rem Eir  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Kleven Delivers World’s Largest LNG-Powered PSV
The Kleven Verft shipyard in Norway delivered Wednesday the LNG-powered platform supply vessel MV Rem Eir, build no 356, to Remøy Shipping. With a length of 92.5 meters and a deck capacity of 1,080 m2, Rem Eir is the world’s largest LNG powered PSV, according to Kleven. The PSV is of the Wärtsilä Ship Design VS4412 DF PSV design. The vessel has been entered into a long term charter for Statoil for work on the Norwegian continental shelf. Rem Eir is the fourth PSV delivered from Kleven this year to enter into a Statoil charter contract. Video: https://www.youtube.com/w...

 Ow Aalborg  (Tanker)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

OW Tanker taken over by Alba Tanker ApS
Nov 26 (Reuters) – OW Tanker, a unit of bankrupt OW Bunker and owner of its marine fuel supply ships, has been taken over by a newly-created company, the fleet manager told Reuters on Wednesday. OW Bunker, the largest ship fuel supplier in the world, collapsed earlier this month after it said it had lost almost $300 million in hedging losses and unauthorised credit lines given in Singapore. Henrik Pedersen said the takeover by Alba Tanker ApS, which has the trustees of the bankrupt company on its board, is part of the process of securing assets for the estate. “We are not a very big part of the company,” Pedersen said by telephone. “We’re the ship-owning part of OW Bunker and Trading. And that was our biggest client, of course, but we have always been run as a separate company.” OW Tanker owned 10 vessels and chartered 19, according to its website. Pedersen said it employs around 115 people, mostly vessel crews, and is now looking for new clients. PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) said it had agreed with ING Bank NV and OW Bunker’s trustees to work together in recouping some $750 million the company owes to a group of 13 banks, including ING.

 Territory Trader  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Indonesian Cargo Ship Banned from Entering Australia
Indonesian shipper Meratus Line has been flagged by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) due to repeated compliance issues related to one of its multi-purpose cargo ships, Territory Trader. The AMSA has banned the Territory Trader from entering or using any port in Australia for three months as a result of repeated detentions and a history of machinery and equipment malfunctions, and breakdowns. These issues have prompted serious concerns by Australian officials the vessel is not being operated or managed to meet applicable standards AMSA Chief Executive Officer Mick Kinley said the vessel is a regular caller into the port of Cairns, with 12 port visits this year. “This vessel has a poor history of complying with international safety conventions in Australia and is known to transit the environmentally sensitive and highly protected Great Barrier Reef and Torres Strait area,” Mr Kinley said. “For these reasons the vessel was considered high risk and a non-scheduled port state control inspection was undertaken.” The direction was made under the Navigation Act 2012 and expires on February 18, 2015.

 Beaufort  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Beaufort towed to Esbjerg
On Nov 26 the "Beaufort" was towed out of the port of Emden by the tug "Vitus", assisted by the "Gruno IV". The convoy was destined for Esbjerg being towed by the tug "Vitus". On Nov 28 at 10.15 a.m. the ship berthed at the Nvt Marine & Offshore Supply I/S at the Viking Quay. Video: https://www.youtube.com/w...

 Kertu  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Cargo ship towed to Grenaa
On Nov 26 at 6.15 p.m. the Finnish tug "Leonardo" (IMO: 8521464) left the port of Oxelösund southwards with the damaged "Kertu" in tow. The convoy was destined for Grenaa with an ETA of Nov 29, 1 p.m.

 Fugro Equator  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Search for MH 370 continuing
The "Fugro Equator" has returned to the Indian Ocean to undertake further bathymetric survey work after problems refitting the vessel for the underwater search of flight MH370. The Australian Transport Safety Authority (ATSB) reported that the vessel's underwater search had been postponed due to delays in the supply of the deep tow winch and cable required to fit the vessel for its new mission. The "Fugro Discovery" has also departed the search area for Fremantle to resupply and berthed on Nov 21.

 Hanoi  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Cargo ship significantly damaged in grounding
In the evening of Nov 25, 2014, the "Hanoi", coming from Hvide Sande, ran onto the embankment of the conjunction of the Rethe and the Neuhöfer Canal in Hamburg in dense fog. The ship ran onto a tip with a sheet piling with concrete ring around it. The stem of the vessel was damaged, the hull pressed on the starboard side in the region of the forecastle on a length of about 4 meters and on the port side on a length of about 3 meters. In addition a crack of about 50 cm x 15 cm was created, and the ship suffered water ingress on starboard side. The ship's own pumps could cope with the flooding. Also the sheet piling suffered damage. The vessel was arrested by the police and berthed at warehouse 71/72 at the Auguste Victoria Quay in the Kaiser Wilhelm-Port on Nov 26.

 Fiducia  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Ferry hit Fiducia in fog off Bremerhaven
The Weser-ferry "Bremerhaven" was in collision with the "Fiducia", on Blexen Roads in dense fog in the evening of Nov 25, 2014. Two crew members of the ferry and one passengers suffered slight injuries, one was taken to hospital. The ferry suffered significant damage at one side of the hull. The ferry returned to the fishing port in Bremerhaven and entered the Bredo Shipyard in Bremerhaven on Nov 26 at 1 a.m. for repairs. The water police Bremerhaven launched an investigation including an analysis of the radar data. The ferry service to Blexen was maintained with the one remaining ferry. The "Fiducia", which had come from Gdansk and only had suffered slight damage in the accident, remained seaworthy and berthed at the South Quay in Brake on Nov 26 at 9 a.m. before also docking at Bredo in Bremerhaven at 11 p.m. German report with photos: www.radiobremen.d...

 Kaleen Mcallister  (Schlepper)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Misjudgement of mate caused tug sinking
The National Transportation Safety Board found that the "Kaleen McAllister" sank off Locust Point after a mate misjudged the location of a collapsed pier, according to a report released on Nov 25, 2014. The mate operating the harbor assist tug first knew something was wrong on the evening of May 4, 2013, when he felt a rumble under the hull as he pulled away from the boat's berth at Pier 1. The sunken pier — which collapsed in the late 1990s, leaving its pilings behind — was a known and charted hazard, but one the mate mistakenly thought he had cleared. He called the master to the wheelhouse and then went to the engine room with the deckhand, where they discovered rapid flooding. By the time the master had maneuvered the tug back to the pier, the flooding was outpacing pumping and the tug began to list. Emergency personnel, including the Coast Guard and Baltimore Fire Department, responded with more pumps. As the vessel continued to sink deeper and list, it became clear the pumping would fail. The crew then worked to cover the diesel fuel tank vents with plastic and tape to minimize oil pollution. Those efforts were hampered as the tug rapidly took on water, creating an electrocution risk. About 40 minutes after the first sign of trouble, the tug had sunk and an oil sheen was observed. An oil spill response team arrived and placed booms around the boat, which was entirely submerged but for the top of its wheelhouse. A total of 2,400 gallons of diesel fuel leaked into the harbor. The tug remained submerged for three weeks before being refloated on May 25, 2013. Divers found a 3-foot-by-1-inch hole in the tug's hull plating. The master, mate and deckhand were all tested negative for drugs and alcohol following the sinking. The NTSB did not include any recommendations with its brief. The tug remains in the company's repair yard in New York. The company estimated damages at $1.5 million When the mate first felt the rumble, the report says, Environmental groups recently called for a broad review of tug and barge transport of crude oil through Baltimore's waters — expressing concerns about leaks hurting the Chesapeake Bay's sensitive ecosystem — but declined to comment on the Kaleen's release of diesel fuel.

 Jon Gunnlaugs  (Fischfangboot)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

arrived Scrapyard
arrived SCRAPYARD VAN HEYGHEN RECYCLING (VHR) GALLOO group 11/2014

 Michigan Highway  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Car carrier saved yacht crew
The "Michigan Highway" rescued all four crewmen of the yacht "Hunter" in the Atlantic Ocean on Nov 13, 2014. Previously, the "Hunter" had sent a distress signal to the Maritime Rescue Coordination Center Delgada (MRCC Delgada) in Portugal, after having a rudder trouble. Upon receiving the rescue request from the MRCC Delgada, the "Michigan Highway" coming from Baltimore immediately headed for the position and successfully rescued all crew of the yacht. On Nov 20 the four crewmen were safely disembarked from the ship in Livorno port. Report with photo: www.tradewindsnew...

 Zad 1  (Tanker)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

beached
beached at Gadani 26.11.14

 Alkabeer  (Tanker)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

beached
beached at Gadani 26.11.14

 Tandara Spirit  (Tanker)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Stand off ended
A stand-off over job losses and the increased use of foreign vessels in Australia involving the crew of the "Tandara Spirit" in Melbourne's Port Philip Bay has ended after almost three weeks. The crew of the tanker had been staging a sit-in after the company Viva Energy ordered them to sail back to Singapore, where the ship would be returned to its owners and the sailors made redundant. The crew claimed their foreign-based replacements would be paid as little as $2 an hour. In an open letter, the ship's crew said: "We are ordinary working people. We are not political activists. We just want to do our jobs in Australian waters." Members of the crew were threatened with legal action with possible millions of dollars that the companies could chase them for standing up for their rights and jobs. Viva Energy said it would hire Australian crewed vessels in the future if they were available, as required by law. If Viva Energy needs to charter a vessel from Geelong Refinery, it will be on a spot charter basis. Under this process, the company must abide by the regulations under the Coastal Trading (Revitalising Australian Shipping) Act 2012, which includes an obligation to hire an Australian crewed vessel if suitable and available. The Maritime Union warned the fuel security of Australia had been placed further at risk and condemned the decision to hire a foreign crew to replace the workers.

 Eurus London  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Chittagong breakers

 Horizon 8  (Schnellboot)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Three BMT-Designed Flex Ferries Delivered in Singapore
A trio of 38-metre Flex Ferries, built by Singapore’s Penguin Shipyard International and designed by Southampton-based BMT Nigel Gee, have been delivered to their new owner, Horizon Ferries, following successful sea trials in Singapore. BMT Nigel Gee is a subsidiary of BMT Group Ltd, is the leading international design, engineering, science and risk management consultancy. The BV-classed, Singapore-flagged monohull ferries – christened “Horizon 7”, “Horizon 8” and “Horizon 9” – are among only a handful of fully compliant high-speed “2000 HSC Code” monohull ferries to be designed and built in recent years. The vessels recently commenced operations between Singapore and the Indonesian island of Batam, a ferry route that is generally regarded as the most competitive in Southeast Asia. The Flex Ferry is 38.5 metres in length and 8.7 metres in breadth, with a capacity of 238 passengers, including an airy main deck seating for 208 passengers and a plush upper deck VIP saloon for 30 passengers, plus ample space for luggage stowage on both levels. The design also features a spacious wheelhouse with excellent all-round visibility and a dedicated crew rest area with comfortable amenities.

 Blue Whale  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to breakers as is Sri Lanka

 Seawell  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Helix contracts Damen Shiprepair Vlissingen for major upgrade Seawell
After having successfully docked and repaired the MSV SEAWELL in 2012 and DSV WELL ENHANCER earlier this year Damen Shiprepair Vlissingen (part of Damen Shiprepair & Conversion) is awarded by Helix UK, for a major upgrade on MSV SEAWELL (light well intervention/dive support vessel). The SEAWELL is expected at the yard second half of December.

 Horizon Discovery  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to breakers

 M.V. Growing  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to breakers as is Taiwan 420 USD/To

 Baris  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Disabled migrant ship under tow to Ierapetra
The "Baris" with 700 migrants aboard was taken in tow with a speed of three knots by the Greek fregate "Hydra" and was expected in the port of Ierapetra on Crete late on Nov 26. The ship had suffered engine failure on Nov 25 at 2 a.m. around 25 miles SE of the island, coming from the African coast in winds of 6-9 Beaufort with waves up to three meters. Bad weather had hampered the response, but in the afternoon the Navy ship "Hydra" was able to take the ship in tow. The convoy was escorted by four patrol boats and two Super Puma helicopters of the Greek Navy. Initial indications suggested passengers included Syrians and Afghans heading for Italy. It was unclear where, and exactly when, the Kship had set sail from. Greek reports with photos: kranosgr.blogspot... www.crashonline.g...

 Mega Grace  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Gadani breakers 453 USD/To

 Vladivostok  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

France Suspends Delivery of Russian Warships
(Reuters) – France suspended indefinitely on Tuesday, Nov. 25 the delivery of the first of two Mistral helicopter carrier warships to Russia, citing conflict in eastern Ukraine where the West accuses Moscow of fomenting separatism. Russia’s Deputy Defence Minister Yuri Borisov told RIA news agency Russia would not for now pursue claims against France over non-delivery, but expected the contract to be fulfilled. “We are satisfied with everything, it’s the French who are not satisfied. We will wait patiently,” Borisov was quoted as saying. “Everything is laid down in the contract, we will act in accordance with the letter of the contract as all civilized people do.” France has been under pressure for months from its Western allies to scrap the 1.2 billion euro ($1.58 billion) contract, but faces potential compensation claims if it breaches terms. Suspension of contracts is a sensitive issue at a time when France is finalising other military deals.

 Suez
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Temporary change to convoy system
From 24 November 2014, the Suez Canal accommodates only one convoy at a time from each side. Convoys enter the Canal only once the opposite convoy has exited, GAC reports. This is believed to be a temporary system until the completion of the expansion project, after which a new traffic system will be declared.

 Explorer  (Passagierschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Semester at Sea: On the Market for New Tonnage
With the Explorer heading to Louis Group, Semester at Sea is on the market for a new-to-them cruise vessel for the Fall 2015 semester, according to T. Kenn Gaither, president and CEO of the Institute for Shipboard Education, Cruise Industry News reports. “It is far easier to operate the ship than to own it,” said Gaither. He said the program had planned for this and knew the ship was on the market with the financing bank. Thus, he is looking for replacement tonnage, and said the Institute was working through different models of both bigger and smaller vessels. The Explorer will complete its educational duties with the spring semester, sailing from San Diego in January and disembarking in Southampton on April 29. The program expects to charter and not own its next vessel.

 Yavire  (Tanker)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

sold to Breakers at Auction
sold to Breakers at Auction with 6 other ships 0.89 million USD

 Deutschland  (Passagierschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Four Bidders for Deutschland
A report in the German press claims there are four bidders for the cruise ship Deutschland with a decision expected as soon as Wednesday, November 26. Callista Private Equity, which was the most recent investor in Peter Deilmann, was said not to be one of the bidders. A big-budget shipyard refurbishment that was supposed to take place now has been delayed. A world cruise is still scheduled to depart Dec. 18, but it is believed the ship needs a class survey in drydock regardless, which would be the responsibility of the new owners.

 Paramacay  (Tanker)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

sold to Breakers at Auction
sold to Breakers at Auction with 6 other ships 0.89 million USD

 Ocean Princess  (Passagierschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Ocean Princess Sold to Oceania
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. on Nov. 24 announced a definitive agreement with Princess Cruises, Ltd. to purchase Ocean Princess for its newly acquired Oceania Cruises brand. The 684-passenger ship joins Oceania Cruises' trio of award-winning sister ships Insignia, Regatta and Nautica. The new addition will be named Sirena.

 Celebrity Millennium  (Passagierschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Celebrity Cancels Indonesian Calls
Celebrity Cruises has cancelled calls by the Millennium in Bali and Komodo in Indonesia citing what it calls a dispute with local Indonesian authorities. The company said that the “dispute is of such a nature that we believe it puts its legal and ethical standards at serious risk.” Celebrity said in a prepared statement that it prides itself in conducting

 Bremerhaven  (Passagierschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Ferry ran into anchoring vessel - three injured
The "Bremerhaven" was in collision with the Dutch cargo m/v "Fiducia" on Blexen Roads in dense fog in the evening of Nov 25, 2014. Two crew members of the ferry and one passengers suffered slight injuries, one was taken to hospital. The ferry suffered significant damage at one side of the hull. The ferry returned to the fishing port in Bremerhaven and entered the Bredo Shipyard in Bremerhaven on Nov 26 at 1 a.m. for repairs. The water police Bremerhaven launched an investigation including an analysis of the radar data. The ferry service to Blexen was maintained with the one remaining ferry. The "Fiducia", which had come from Gdansk and only had suffered slight damage in the accident, remained seaworthy and berthed at the South Quay in Brake on Nov 26 at 9 a.m. German report with photos: www.radiobremen.d...

 Vectis Eagle  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Vectis Eagle resumed voyage - lock still closed
The "Vectis Eagle" left the port of Kiel again on Nov 25 short before midnight and was now bound for Gijon with an ETA of Nov 29, 5 p.m. The damaged lock was now expected to be back in operation on Nov 26 after the technicians also found that the guiding rails of the gate had been damaged when the ship hit. A replacement gate was floated in with the assistance of the SFK tug "Holtenau". German report with photo: www.kn-online.de/...

 M.v.sci 03  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

beached
beached at Mumbai 13.11.14

 Golden Blaze  (Schnellboot)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Trimaran damagen in severe weather
On Nov 22, 2014, the "Golden Blaze" entered the port of Las Palmas in Gran Canaria for repairs. The vessel had sustained minor hull damage at the center hull due to severe weather which the trimaran had encountered north of the Canary Islands, while on passage from Perama, where she had left on Nov 15, bound to Uruguay, to commence a new charter. Heavy weather had broken the anchor free and pushed it upwards into the hull. There was also minor damage to the aft part of the portside hull. A local Lloyds Surveyor was in attendance. Photos: www.shipspotting.... www.shipspotting.... www.shipspotting....

 Ocean Glory  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

beached
beached at Mumbai 26.09.14

 Offshore Supplier  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

beached
beached at Mumbai 21.10.14

 Fv Cote Demeraude  (Fischfangboot)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Medevac off Noirmoutier
On Nov 25, 2014, at 10:06 a.m. the CROSS Etel was alerted by the "Côte d’Emeraude" afther the master, aged 45 years, suffered an eye injury. The vessel was about 12 nautical miles west of the island of Noirmoutier at that time. After a conference call with the Maritime Medical Consultation Center (MMCC) in Toulouse and Medical Coordination Samu Maritime (SCMM) in Bayonne, a medical evacuation of the man was decided. The CROSS Etel dispatched a Dauphin helicopter of the Navy base in La Rochelle and the lifeboat "Georges Clemenceau II - SNS 069" of the SNSM-station Noirmoutier. The helicopter took off at 11:20 a.m. with a doctor of the SAMU 17 on board and arrived in the area at 11:50 a.m. The skipper was hoisted and transported to the hospital in La Rochelle, where he was met by a medical team of SMUR at 12:40.

 Adamastos  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Ship and crew stranded off Rio Grande since months
The crew of the "Adamastos" asked for help on Nov 25, 2014, in Rio Grande where the vessel was being stranded since August with a cargo of 50,000 tons of soybeans. The bulker grounded while leaving the port, was refloated and inspected by authorities. During the inspection many deficiencies were found. In addition, unpaid port charges and some other bills, totaling $3 million, caused an arrest of the ship which was anchored on Rio-Grande roads. The vessel’s crew was actually abandoned, supplies ran out, theyhave not been paid for more than six months. The 22 crew members includes Philippines, Greece, Georgia, Romania, Egypt, Ukraine and Indonesia nationalities. The Brazil authorities and public services were trying to resolve the situation, providing the crew with supplies and finding a solution maybe by auctioning the vessel and/or its cargo, which is worth $18 million.

 Mercur  (Tanker)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

beached
beached at Alang 26.11.14 Plot 78

 Katre  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Cargo ship aground off Hvide Sande
On Nov 24, 2014, at 8.30 p.m. the "Katre" ran aground near the entrance of Hvide Sande inside the harbour jetties and is actually remaining there with a list to starboard and the bow down. There was no news date fixed when it would be again attempted to pull the ship free of the sandbar. The lifeboat "Emile Robin" and the f/v "Lisbeth Frich" managed to pull the ship behind the harbour jetties. An attempt to refloat the ship on Nov 25 at high tide around 4 p.m. failed. The ship was enroute from Pärnu to Hvide Sande with a cargo of 4000 tons wheat, when by unknown reasons she altered course and soon after got stuck in shallow water south of the harbour entrance. The East European captain was drug tested by the Danish police with negative result. He had declined pilot assistance when entering port. Danish reports with photos and videos: www.hvidesande.nu... www.tvmidtvest.dk... dagbladetringskje... https://www.facebook.com/... instagram.com/p/v... https://www.facebook.com/... ugeavisen.dk/arti... dagbladetringskje...

 Victoria  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Former pirate victim auctioned in Bremerhaven
The "Victoria" has been foreclosed fir 8,6 millione Euros at the district court of Bremerhaven on Nov 25, 2014. SHe has been laid up in the port since July. There was only one bid of a shipping company in Hamburg which was interested in the ship. Five years ago, the "Victoria" created the headlines as in 2009, she was attacked by pirates off the Somali coast who held the eleven Romanian crew members for nearly two months on board before ship and sailors were released for a ransom of 1,3 million Euros. German report with photo: www.nwzonline.de/...

 Moonlight  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Barge aground in Maasvlakte 1
On Nov 23, 2014, the "Moonlight" 5195 ts (EU-No.: 02332261), ran aground in the Yangtze Port in Maasvlakte 1, Rotterdam, close to the Euromax Terminal. The ship was stuck on the embankment with a list to port for some time, until the tide returned. With the rising water level the barge was able to back off slowly and continue its voyage with own power. On Nov 24 the barge continued to Duisburg where she berthed the following day. Dutch report and video: www.tugspotters.c... https://www.youtube.com/w...

 Rickmers Jakarta  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 2 Tagen von tpsc

TAS ABP4-051-001
TAS ABP4-051-001 ETD 25~27 LAEM CHABANG

 Joh Gorthon  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von BerndU

beached
beached at Aliaga 03/2012

 Moruy  (Tanker)
vor 3 Tagen von BerndU

sold to Breakers at Auction
sold to Breakers at Auction with 6 other ships 1,6 million USD

 Leander  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 3 Tagen von BerndU

sold to Breakers at Auction
sold to breakers at Auction with 6 other ships 2,5 million USD

 Hua Ning  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von BerndU

arrived Scrapyard
arrived Jiangyin scrapyard 25.11.14

 Lyutoga  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von BerndU

arrived Scrapyard
arrived Jiangyin scrapyard 22.11.14

 Baris  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Baris adrift off Crete with 700 migrants on board
The "Baris" with 700 immigrants from various countries went adrift 30 nautical miles southeast of Crete in position 34 33N 026 27E, after having suffered engine trouble on Nov 25, 2014. Other ships and a frigate of the Hellenic Navy have reached the “Baris” in an attempt to rescue its passengers but the operation was very difficult due to heavy weather, as the wind blows with an intensity of seven to eight Beaufort. The cargo ship has been approached – apart from the frigate – by three merchant ships that were ready to evacuate the vessel if necessary, while the Greek authorities were examining the possibility of towing it to safety. A Hellenic Air Force Super Puma helicopter also took part in the ongoing operation. The port of departure as well as the exact destination and the nationalities of those on board remained unknown at this time and may only be revealed after the rescue operation has been completed. There was a large number of women and children aboard the "Baris". The frigate’s commander, in cooperation with the competent authorities, decided that the best solution is towing the vessel to the nearest safe port or coast. Furthermore, the Greek island’s health services have been set in a state of emergency in order to nurse the passengers as soon as they have reached the coast. Although, as long as their nationality remained unknown, none of them will disembark the ship unless their medical examination has been completed. The secretary general of the Public Order Ministry, Serafeim Tsokas, has also arrived in Crete, as he will be in charge of the immigrants’ rescue and accommodation operation.

 Mansour.m  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

M/V "MANSOUR M" banned for the 3rd time after subsequent detentions
The M/V "MANSOUR M" with IMO number 7600586 has been banned for the 3rd time after subsequent detentions after the second refusal of access order in the Paris MoU region. The ship was detained on 31 October 2014 in the anchorage of Rhodes (Greece) and left on 3 November 2014 without complying with the conditions by Rhodes Port State Control Offices. The ship flies the flag of the Republic of Moldova and was banned for the first time in 2011 by Greece and for the second time in 2013 in Slovenia. As this is the third refusal of access order the period of the refusal of access will be 24 months.

vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Vacant Pier at Long Beach Port to Ease Congestion
The Port of Long Beach expects a “Temporary Empty Container Depot” planned for a vacant pier on Terminal Island to be open and operating in December, which will help to alleviate congestion at the docks. The Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners approved the use of 30 acres on Pier S for temporary storage of empty shipping containers. The temporary depot will help put back into circulation more chassis -- the wheeled trailer-frames that trucks use to haul cargo containers. Because many terminals are congested due to the current peak in cargo volume and have no room to accept empty cargo containers, more space is needed to temporarily store those empties. The temporary empty container storage depot will provide a location for truckers to deliver empty containers and remove them from a chassis, and then use the chassis to pick up loaded containers and haul them to their destination.

 OPDR Tanger  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

CMA CGM appears to buy German short-sea feeder operator OPDR, says Lloyds List
Speculation is rife that French shipping giant CMA CGM is about to buy Hamburg shortsea operator Oldenburg-Portugiesische Dampfschiffs-Rhederei (OPDR). News of the acquisition is thought to be imminent, well-placed market sources tell Lloyd's List. But CMA CGM, the world's third largest container line, is a member of the Ocean Three alliance with United Arab Shipping and China Shipping, was unavailable for comment. In the last few years, the Marseilles line has acquired short-sea operators such as Delmas, ANL, US Lines, CNC, Comanav and MacAndrews with a view to developing feeders for its long-haul trades.OPDR, which operates services between northern Europe and Spain. Portugal and Morocco, fits with that strategy, said Lloyd's List. The line, which goes back to the 19th century, owns seven ships and charters others, and recently teamed up with Containerships to operate a service between Agadir and St Petersburg.

vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Australia bans dredger deposits near Great Barrier Reef
Australia this week adopted a bipartisan policy banning the placement of any capital dredged material off the coast near the Great Barrier Reef. "The ban on capital dredge spoil being dumped in the World Heritage Area is an immediate measure that will reduce the pressure on the Great Barrier Reef," Shadow Minister for Infrastructure and Tourism, Anthony Albanese said in a statement on 10 November. www.ihsmaritime36...

 Norgas Petaluma  (Tanker)
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Sale and leaseback of the vessel Norgas Petaluma
I.M. Skaugen SE group of companies (“IMS”) and Pareto Project Finance AS, Oslo (“Pareto”) have agreed terms pursuant to which IMS will sell the 8.500 cbm sized LPG / Ethylene carrier Norgas Petaluma to GasMar AS (“GasMar”) for USD 24.0 mill, which reflects the fair market value of the Vessel.

vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Egypt hires German firm to bore 4 transport tunnels under Suez Canal
Egypt will use machines made by a German firm to bore at least four tunnels under the Suez Canal, part of an $8 billion project to expand the waterway that the government hopes will raise revenues and foreign currency reserves. Unlisted Herrenknecht AG was discussing contract details, a spokesman for the company said.

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Belgian Strike Paralyzes Antwerp Port
Trade unions have opened a month of intermittent strike action by paralyzing the port of Antwerp and slowing train traffic through much of Belgium. Monday’s (24.11.) protest action targeted measures by the nation’s business-friendly government to cut into employees’ income, extend working time and restrict social services. On their first of three Mondays of regional strikes, the unions targeted Antwerp, with Europe’s second biggest port, and made sure no ships could enter of leave the docks. Port workers have been particularly angered by measures to extend the start of pensions by two years. Port worker Frank Verhulst complained it would force them to work until the age of 67. “But it is a very hard job here,” he said. Labor action is to culminate in a nationwide strike on Dec. 15. Source: Associated Press

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Seaborne cargo throughput of 110 million tons sets new record for Port of Hamburg
With total throughput of around 110 million tons, the Port of Hamburg set a new record in the first nine months of 2014. Almost all throughput segments contributed their share to this growth, which at 5.7 percent was outstanding compared to the same period of the previous year. Container handling, which dominates in Hamburg as a universal port, also achieved a record mark of 7.4 million TEU (20-ft standard containers). Gaining 6.4 percent here, Hamburg is growing faster than competing ports in Northern Europe. These reported average growth of 1.9 percent in total throughput and of 4.0 percent for container handling. The Port of Hamburg accordingly enlarged its market share of container traffic for the period January to September from 26.1 percent to 26.7 percent. www.hellenicshipp...

 Mumbai
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DP World ships banned ZPMC cranes to Jawharlal Nehru port
When a ship carrying four quay cranes manufactured by Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industries Co. Ltd (ZPMC) docks at Jawaharlal Nehru (JN) port near Mumbai on 29 November, it is bound to raise eyebrows because China’s state-owned port crane maker is barred from supplying gear to Indian ports by the country’s security agencies. The four cranes were ordered last year by Dubai’s DP World Ltd for its new container terminal coming up at JN port, India’s busiest container gateway. JN port, which is aware of the ban on ZPMC cranes, is not blocking the arrival of the gear by refraining from seeking clearance from security agencies, a procedure typically followed by other state-owned ports. “When ports including Mumbai port which is just across the channel of JN port and VO Chidambaranar port in Tuticorin had sought security clearance for ZPMC cranes ordered by public private partnership (PPP) operators (the clearance was denied), why is JN port not seeking such a clearance?” asked a port industry executive. The new terminal is expected to start operations in 2015. JN port, one of the 13 owned by the Union government, is expected to handle 11 million standard containers by 2016 and 23 million standard containers by 2020, as per a 10-year plan for ports unveiled by the shipping ministry in 2011. Source: Livemint

 British Emissary  (Tanker)
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Engine Explodes on BP Oil Tanker
While in Charleston, South Carolina on Nov. 23/24, BP Shipping’s British Emissary, a 34k deadweight oil products tanker, suffered a catastrophic engine failure. There were no serious injuries according to reports, as two engineers had just left the space minutes prior to the incident. Video: https://www.youtube.com/w...

 Bernhard Gruben  (SAR-Schiff)
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Lifeboat landed boadies of sunken Zander
On Nov 24 the "Bernhard Gruben" brought ashore the bodies of the crew of two of the sunken Dutch work boat "Zander", 198 dwt (EU-No.: 05014570) in the port of Norderney which was barred during this time. The barge, a former dredger of the WSA Schweinfurt, had sunk on its transit from Denmark to its new owners in the Netherlands off Norderney. Both were of Danish nationality, one man, who was identified with his passport, aged 72. An autopsy was to be carried out. The "Zander" had radioed a mayday around 8 a.m. following a water ingress four miles north of Norderney. When the "Bernhard Gruben", the emergeny tug "Nordic" and other craft arrived, the vessel had already sunk on a water depth of 18 meters. An SAR helicopter of the German Navy located the two men from the vessel in the sea who were recovered by the daughter boat "Johann Fidi" of the "Bernhard Gruben" but could not be resuscitated. The police Aurich/Wittmund launched an investigation regarding their death. The Dutch owner of the "Zander" was requested to develop a salvage plan. No pollution was observed during surveillance flights by helicopter, but protective means were held ready by the relevant authorities. The police Wilhelmshaven launched an investigation into the sinking of the barge. German report with photo: https://www.emderzeitung....

 Lady Saliha  (Frachtschiff)
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Bulkcarrier saved distressed catamaran crew
The "Lady Saliha" has rescued the crew of a sailing vessel in distress off Florida. The bulkcarrier had left Philadelphia on Nov 16, 2014, and was headed to New Orleans with an ETA as of Nov 22, when it received a call from the US Coast Guard that the catamaran "Pavana" was in trouble just 20 kilometres away. The bulker, which was 370 kilometres off the coast of Florida, changed course and reached the sailing boat an hour later. After the three passengers were brought onboard, the "Lady Saliha"’s crew made several attempts to recover the "Pavana" as well but were unsuccessful. The "Pavana"’s crew safely disembarked on Nov 22 in New Orleans. Turkish report with photos: www.turkishny.com...

 Oriana  (Passagierschiff)
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Five brawling passengers thrown off the Oriana
Five passengers have been thrown off the "Oriana" on Nov 23, 2014, after reports of a fight on board. The disturbance involving fighting and arguments among a family party broke out between late evening of Nov 22 and the early hours of Nov 23.The crew of the "Oriana" asked the group - believed to be members of the same family - to make their own way home from the port of Zeebrugge. After being interviewed by Belgium police, members of the group were refused permission to re-board the "Oriana" and had to make other travel arrangements to return to Southampton.They were on a two-night voyage which left Southampton on Nov 22.

 Sun Princess  (Passagierschiff)
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Man fell 25 meters down from cruise ship
A 84-year old passenger of the "Sun Princess" fell over board in the evening of Nov 24, 2014. A surveillance camera had caught his fall from a height of 25 meters about 175 miles off Sydney at 8.40 p.m. The search for the man was suspended the following afternoon. He had been reported missing, and the ship was thoroughly searched in vain for the man in the morning. Then the "Sun Princess" turned around and followed its track along the coast of New South Wales. The AMSA was notified of the man’s disappearance on Nov 25 at 3 a.m. AMSA’s Dornier 328 search aircraft was dispatched to the search area which measured 148 square nautical miles and was experiencing 25-30 knot winds and a two- to three-metre swell. The Australian Maritime Safety said the man was very unlikely to have survived the fall. Advice also indicated that the man would not have been able to survive in the water for an extended period of time given his age, clothing and weather conditions at the time of the incident. With no sightings of the man, the search was called off after medical officials said he was unlikely to have survived in the rough conditions. The ship was on a 13-days-cruise, and had left Auckland on Nov 21 bound for Sydney. It was due to dock at Sydney’s White Bay terminal on Nov 25 at 6 a.m. but was now expected to return to the port with a one day-delay accordingly and an ETA as of Nov 26. The start of the following cruise was also affected by the delay.




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