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 Columbia Highway  (Frachtschiff)
vor 5 Std von Timsen

Car carrier broke from the moorings in Emden
The "Columbia Highway" broke from its moorings at the Ems Pier in Emden in the afternoon of Mar 31, 2015, in the gale force storm Niklas. Tugs were called to push the ship back to the berth. The tug "Waterstraat" stabilized the car carrier at the quay during the night. German Report with photos: https://www.emderzeitung....

 Hordafor 4  (Frachtschiff)
vor 5 Std von Timsen

Grounding in Tufjord
The "Hordavor IV" ran aground in the Tufjord on Mar 30, 2015, in strong SSE-winds. The NSSR-lifeboat "Odin" was called to an inspection regarding possible damages which was carried out by divers in the Havøy Sound. Norwegian Report with photo: https://twitter.com/NSSR/status/582470408605212672

 Star Fraser  (Frachtschiff)
vor 6 Std von BerndU

arrived Jiangyin scrapyard
arrived Jiangyin scrapyard 28.03.15

 Petran  (Frachtschiff)
vor 6 Std von Timsen

Container shifted on barge
On Mar 31, 2015, at 08.30 Uhr a.m. strong wind gusts caused the shift of 15 containers in the bow of the "Petran", 5002 ts (EU-No.: 02332322), in basin VI of the Rhine port in Karlsruhe. Two of the containers went over board and got stuck between the quay and the ship's hull, eight more boxes were damaged. All containers were empty. The damage was estimated to be around 100.000 Euro. Also the ship suffered damage. The containers were recovered in the run of the day.

 Ana  (Frachtschiff)
vor 9 Std von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Chittagong breakers $380/LDT 'AS IS' SINGAPORE

 Pride  (Frachtschiff)
vor 9 Std von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Chittagong breakers $380/LDT 'AS IS' SINGAPORE

 Abyo Four  (Frachtschiff)
vor 9 Std von BerndU

sold
SOLD FOR 11 MILLION USD TO KARADENIZ, TURKEY FOR CONVERSION INTO A FLOATING POWER STATION

vor 14 Std von arnekiel

Finland braces for shipping strike this Thursday, April 2
Finland is bracing for a nation wide shipping strike on April 2. Both the Finnish Engineers’ Association and the Finnish Seafarers Union have announced their intention to join a strike this Thursday in support of a strike organised by the union members working on Finnish ice-breakers. Source: splash24/7

 Costa Concordia  (Passagierschiff)
vor 15 Std von Timsen

Costa Concordia was carrying cocaine when sinking
The "Costa Concordia" was carrying a huge shipment of Mafia-owned cocaine when it set off on its final voyage, investigators have said. Ndrangheta, a Calabrian crime syndicate, had its drugs hidden aboard the cruise ship in January 2012, phone and tape recordings of gang members have revealed. “The same ship that made us a laughing stock around the world, took the piss out of us, too,” Ndrangheta boss Michele Rossi was heard saying to an associate, Massimo Tiralongo, according to police officers investigating the organisation’s vast cocaine-trafficking operation. In addition to vessels operated by Costa Cruises, ’Ndrangheta also placed its drugs on ships owned by MSC and Norwegian Cruise Lines, which travel between Europe, North America and the Caribbean, according to details of the criminal investigation revealed in La Repubblica. Officers from the organised crime investigation group in Florence said that the drugs on the "Costa Concordia", which have not been found, were stowed aboard without the knowledge of senior officers or senior company officials, but almost certainly with the complicity of one or more crew members.

 Queen Of Oak Bay  (Passagierschiff)
vor 15 Std von Timsen

Rescue operation for person over board
A rescue operation was launched after the "Queen of Okay Bay" reported a passenger went overboard in the afternoon of Mar 30, 2015, while the ferry was bound for Nanaimo. The ferry was positioned southeast of Bowen Island and the crew had launched a rescue boat. The "Queen of Cowichan" joined in the rescue effort. The person was recovered, and the rescue operation stood down. The "Queen of Oak Bay"'s 3 p.m. sailing from Horseshoe Bay to Departure had already been delayed nearly 50 minutes because of a vehicle stalled on its car deck when the incident was reported shortly after 4 p.m. Vancouver Police Department and Canadian Coast Guard were reportedly also involved. Due to traumatic situation, remainder of the "Queen of Oak Bay" sailings were cancelled to support the crew. Report with photos: www.theprovince.c...

 Amadeo I  (Passagierschiff)
vor 15 Std von Timsen

Salvage material collected in Valparaiso
The recent week the first convoy was to depart to Paso Kirke to prepare the work of the Resolve Salvage & Fire Company to remove the "Amadeo I" 50 kilometers southwest of Puerto Natales. In Valparaiso all materials to be used for the removal of the shipwreck was collected, including two barges. In mid-April the second convoy with all the people who will be working in this operation on board was due to start. Then the barges will be brought alongside the wreck and the installation of puller chains at fixed points on the shopre may start before beginning to lift the ship. One riks was that there were still pollutants on board, such as oil lubricants or oily mixtures from trucks. Spanish report with photo: elpinguino.com/no...

vor 15 Std von arnekiel

Gibraltar Completes First Ship-to-Ship Transfer of LNG
Gibraltar Completes First Ship-to-Ship Transfer of LNG The LNG transfer was said to have taken 12 hours Gibraltar has successfully conducted its first ship-to-ship transfer of liquefied natural gas (LNG), the Gibraltar Port Authority announced in an emailed press release. The process between LNG carriers SS Excelerate and SS Seishu Maru was said to have taken 12 hours and was overseen by UK-based marine service company Fendercare Marine. "I certainly want to see more of this in the future, reinforcing our leading role as a premier bunker port offering the widest possible range of marine services," said Bob Sanguinetti, CEO of the Port of Gibraltar. The port authority added that the operation has been "very tightly controlled," with the port having also instituted additional superintendents and stricter weather parameters. Last month, the Gibraltar government indicated that it had thrown its full support behind LNG, having said that LNG bunkering is both safer and cleaner than diesel bunkering. Source: Ship & Bunker News Team

 Vos Faithful  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 15 Std von arnekiel

VOS Faithful ready to commence long-term charter
We are delighted to announce that one of Vroon’s newest vessels, VOS Faithful, is ready to commence her first long-term charter. Following her safe arrival in Aberdeen last week, the vessel has now successfully finalised preparations for ERRV duties. VOS Faithful is a 50‑m ERRV (emergency response and rescue vessel) and the third in a ten-vessel newbuilding programme, with six 50-m ERRVs being built at Jiangsu Island Shipbuilding Industry Co. Ltd. in Nanjing, China and four 60-m vessels under construction at Fujian Shipbuilding Industry, also in China. All vessels have a revolutionary, wave-piercing, bow shape that has been specially designed for Vroon. The first four vessels, VOS Fabulous, VOS Fairness and VOS Glamour, are already operating out of Aberdeen for Vroon Offshore Services. Source: Vroon Press Release

vor 15 Std von arnekiel

Tauranga Port spending $150m to prepare for mega ships
Port of Tauranga is planning to spend $150 million over the next three years to position the port for the new generation of mega container ships. The money will be spent on the first stage of deepening the port’s shipping channels, buying two new tugs and two additional cranes.

vor 15 Std von arnekiel

Italy’s Saipem says needs more money to finish Poland’s LNG terminal
Italian firm Saipem will complete the delayed construction of Poland’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal this summer, but only if it receives further payment, Polish daily Rzeczpospolita said, quoting Saipem’s spokeswoman. Saipem is leading the consortium which is building the terminal in the Baltic city of Swinoujscie. “The LNG terminal will be ready to take the first loads in the summer, assuming that the consortium receives appropriate support from Polskie LNG and that financing of the terminal’s full operations in the following months will be provided,” Camilla Palladino told Rzeczpospolita. Polskie LNG, which is owned by Poland’s gas grid Gaz-System and is responsible for the investment, declined to comment, Rzeczpospolita said. The terminal is Poland’s flagship project in its plan to cut dependence on gas imports from Russia. Poland said earlier this month it would not increase payments for the construction, which was supposed to be completed by the end of 2014 for a total of 2.4 billion zlotys ($636 million). Source: Reuters

vor 15 Std von arnekiel

Houston Ship Channel delays could take until May-Jun to clear
There is a shipping delay of up to a month in the Houston Ship Channel, with the backlog expected to last into May or even June, trade sources said Sunday on the sidelines of American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers’ annual meeting. “There’s no space, vessels are tied up,” a trader said. A separate trader said he was forced to pay demurrage on a cargo due to the delays. The 52-mile ship channel provides access from the Gulf of Mexico through Galveston Bay to various ports in Houston and other cities in the area that have industrial facilities, including refineries and petrochemical plants. The delay in ship movement in the Houston Ship Channel impacts the delivery and loading schedules of crude oil, petroleum and petrochemical products, among other things. Fog as well as a ship collision in early March, followed by a spill of MTBE, are the main reasons for the recent delays, sources said. The time to berth and load a cargo at terminals in the area is currently around five to nine days, compared with the usual one to two days, a company source with a shipping company said, adding that it could take until May or June to clear the backlog.

 MF Prins Richard  (Passagierschiff)
vor 16 Std von Timsen

Oil spill in Rødbyhavn
On Mar 29, 2015, the "Prins Richard“ caused an oil spill in Rødbyhavn. During the night repair works had been carried out aboard. In the morning hours it was remarked that 0,1 tons hydraulik fuel had leaked out. The ferry port of Rødby was completely closed for 6-7 hours, while the environmental service of the Lolland municipality started the recovery.

 Stena Germanica  (Passagierschiff)
vor 16 Std von arnekiel

Stena Germanica: World’s First Methanol-Powered Ship Enters Service
The Stena Line ferry Stena Germanica re-entered service on March 26 as the first commercial ship in the world to run on methanol as its main fuel. Stena Germanica re-entered service on March 26 operating between Kiel, Germany and Gothenburg, Sweden. The conversation, which took about six weeks to complete, was carried out at the Remontowa Shipyard in Gdansk, Poland. “At Stena Line we are extremely proud of contributing to the development of our industry,” said Carl-Johan Hagman, CEO of Stena Line. “Our focus has always been on innovation for the benefit of both customers and society at large and this is a prime example when this goes hand in hand. We are constantly evaluating different fuels for the future and to be first in the world with a methanol conversion is a big step towards sustainable transportation. The project has been possible thanks to the great teamwork and collaboration between our technical staff, Wärtsilä and Methanex.” The new engine conversion and ship application kit was developed by Wärtsilä in co-operation with Stena Teknik. The dual fuel engine uses methanol as the vessel’s main fuel grade but also has the ability to use MGO (Marine Gas Oil) as backup.

 Leonora Christina  (Schnellboot)
vor 16 Std von Timsen

Even more trouble for Leonora Christina
The "Leonora Christina was hit by technical problems again on Mar 30 at 10.10 p.m. woff Ystad with 100 passengers on board. The technical problems occurred after leaving the port of Rønne at 8.30 p.m. A pipe of the cooling water system of one of the four engines had ruptured five nautical miles south of Ystad. For security reasons the captain chose not to sail into the harbour and maneuver in the fierce winds with only three main engines. The passengers had to wait for the repair was completed at 11.45 p.m. Also the freight ferry "Gute" had problems because of the storm which meant that the departure from Rønne to Køge is postponed to Mar 31 morning at 1 a.m. with an expected arrival at Køge at 7 a.m.

 Ensco Ds-4  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 16 Std von arnekiel

BP Terminates Contract For ENSCO DS-4 Drillship
ENSCO announced on Monday the receipt of a termination notice for their ultra-deepwater drillship DS-4 which is currently on contract to BP in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, reports gCaptain. The original contract for the 2010-built drillship was scheduled to last until July 2016, however BP has decided to cut that short by 12 months upon completion of their current well program. Under the terms of the contract with respect to early termination for convenience, ENSCO says BP is on the hook for a lump sum payment of approximately $160 million. The approximately $560,000 day rate will continue to apply through the termination date currently estimated to be July 2015, ENSCO says.

 Aden
vor 16 Std von arnekiel

Rebel shelling effectively closes port of Aden
The port of Aden is effectively closed yesterday (30 March), except for some oil shipments at Aden Refinery, due to shelling by Houthi rebel troops, reports GAC. Dry cargo shipments have been halted due to the fact that no stevedores are available. Fierce street battles are going on between rebels and local resistance. Yemeni Red Sea ports are operating as normal, however, as there are no hostilities at these areas. Offshore terminals are also operational.

 Male
vor 16 Std von arnekiel

Maldives to shift main port to landfill island
More details have emerged about the deal signed 10 days ago between DP World and the government of the Maldives for a deepwater port on the industrial island of Thilafushi.

 Sea Land Meteor  (Frachtschiff)
vor 16 Std von Timsen

Container ship refloated
The "Sea Land Meteor" was pulled off around with the rising tide on Mar 31 around 10:00 a.m. Strong winds had pushed the water into the Wester Scheldt which meant favourable conditions for the attempt. The six tugs "Multratug 28", "Multratug 4", "Multratug 6", "Multratug 9", "Union 5" and "Union Emerald" pulled the ship to deeper water again. The dike was cordoned off by the police during the salvage work due to technical reasons. The containers with dangerous substances posed no risk, because the ship was stable. The container ship passed the Zandvliet locks in Antwerp in the evening. Dutch photo Report: www.tugspotters.c...

vor 16 Std von arnekiel

Antigua and Barbuda: Major Upgrades Coming to Saint John's Port
Chinese investments will drive a significant pier upgrade for cruise ships in Antigua and Barbuda in the coming years. Once the China Construction Engineering Company is finished with the destination’s new state-of-the-art airport (this April) they will turn to sweeping the harbor, before a major new port project in Antigua. “We will enhance the cargo pier and add a new cruise berth,” said Nathan Dundas, president of the Antigua and Barbuda Cruise Tourism Association. “It will be significantly, bigger than the pier we have now and geared toward Oasis-class vessels.” The agreement signed is valued at $200 million as Antigua is already seeing 700,000 passengers this year, up 20 percent from 2014. Another agreement with the Caribbean Development Fund has given Antigua loan and grant money to go in and development downtown St. John’s, repairing roads, updating the taxi area and painting various buildings. An updated downtown, new airport and new cruise pier for megaships will help transform Antigua’s position in the Caribbean marketplace. “Once it all comes together it will put Antigua back into the number one position, and competing with St. Maarten (for cruise calls),” said Dundas. Barbuda had a record number of cruise calls, 15, for the 2014-2015 season. Most ships visiting the un-developed destination were small niche cruise lines, including Club Med, Hapag-Lloyd and Windstar. Only 1,100 people live on the island. www.cruiseindustr...

 Volgo Don 213  (Frachtschiff)
vor 16 Std von Timsen

Allision at Taganrog
The "Mekhanik Kovalenko" while heaving an anchor allided with the "Volgo-Don 213" on Mar 28, 2015, at 11.55 p.m. on Taganrog outer roads in the Azov sea. Four meters of the "Mekhanik Kovalenko"'s bulwark were smashed, the "Volgo-Don 213" suffered a hole of 0,5 sqare meters above the waterline.

 Mekhanik Kovalenko  (Frachtschiff)
vor 16 Std von Timsen

Allision at Taganrog
The "Mekhanik Kovalenko" while heaving an anchor allided with the "Volgo-Don 213" on Mar 28, 2015, at 11.55 p.m. on Taganrog outer roads in the Azov sea. Four meters of the "Mekhanik Kovalenko"'s bulwark were smashed, the "Volgo-Don 213" suffered a hole of 0,5 sqare meters above the waterline.

 Bochem Oslo  (Tanker)
vor 16 Std von Timsen

Three medevaced after acid burns
The "Bochem Oslo" requested medical assistance in the evening of Mar 29, 2015, reporting three of the crew with burns from nitric acid. The vessel, which was en route from Bristol to Hamburg, changed course and sailed into Mount's Bay at the English Channel coast in Cornwall. The men were airlifted and taken to the Royal Cornwall Hospital.

 Aegean Leader  (Frachtschiff)
vor 16 Std von Timsen

Car carrier adrift in North Pacific
The "Aegean Leader" went adrift, having been disabled due to engine failure, on Mar 28, 2015, in the North Pacific since Mar 28, some 1,200 nm northeast of Tokyo. The vessel was en route from Toyohashi to Balboa.

 Genc 3  (Frachtschiff)
vor 16 Std von Timsen

Genc 3 intercepted with contraband cigarettes
The "Genc 3" with a large quantity of contraband cigarettes on board was intercepted by Greek authorities off Kalamata port on Mar 29, 2015, and taken to Kalamata. The authorities knew about contraband shipment, destined for Greece, and were monitoring the vessel’s movements. 11 containers with cigarettes were found, eight crew members were arrested. The last registered port of call was Tobruk, and the "Genc 3" left port on Mar 10.

 Lianas Ransom  (Sportboot)
vor 16 Std von Timsen

Tall ship abandoned off Gloucester
Coast Guard SAR crews from the Station Gloucester, Air Station Cape Cod and the Coast Guard Cutter "Ocracoke" rescued nine crewmembers from the "Liana's Ransom" 58 miles east of Gloucester on Mar 30, 2015. Watchstanders at the Sector Boston Command Center received notification at 12:35 a.m. that the vessel's engines were disabled and its sails were wrapped around the mast. As the weather deteriorated, and seas reached nearly 10 feet, Sector Boston launched two 47-foot motor lifeboat crews from Station Gloucester to tow the vessel back to Gloucester. Once on scene, the boat crews connected the tow, but the rough sea conditions caused the tow line to break. The motor lifeboats crews directed the crew of "Liana's Ransom" to don immersion suits and to prepare to abandon ship about 30 miles east of Gloucester and a Coast Guard MH-60 Jayhawk Helicopter from Air Station Cape Cod was diverted to assist. The nine passengers were transferred from "Liana's Ransom" to the Coast Guard motor lifeboats. One man suffered a head injury when leaping from Liana's Ransom and was airlifted to Massachusetts General Hospital by the Jayhawk helicopter crew. The Station Gloucester crews returned to the station with the eight remaining crewmembers. A locator beacon was left on "Liana's Ransom" for tracking and the Coast Guard Cutter "Ocracoke" was en-route to evaluate towing the vessel to port. Winds were gusting to 30 knots. Report with video and photo: www.uscgnews.com/... https://www.dvidshub.net/...

 Pilot Kapt.stoewahse  (Lotsenschiff)
vor 17 Std von Timsen

Pilot boat damaged in allision
coming from Gibraltar, the Antigua-Barbuda flagged roro carrier "Parida" was in allision with the "Kapitän Stoewahse" at the Brunsbüttel locks of the Kiel Canal on Mar 31, 2015, at 2.45 a.m. The ship had been about to enter the small foreport with pilot assistance when a storm gust from NW caught the ship and pushed it to starboard. The tender which was moored at the quay of the foreport suffered damage at the starboard side superstructure. It broke lose from the moorings and drifted through the port before being secured by a Bugsier tug. The crew of two remained uninjured. The "Parida" suffered damage at the bulbous bow and the foreship underneath the anchor at starboard side and was detained at the railway station pilings in the inner port of Brunsbüttel for surveys before continuing to Kiel at 4 a.m., the pilot boat remained at the South Quay in Brunsbüttel. German report and photos: forum-schiff.de/p... zeitungen.boyens-...

 Parida  (Frachtschiff)
vor 17 Std von Timsen

Allision with pilot tender in Brunsbüttel
Coming from Gibraltar, the "Parida" was in allision with the pilot tender "Kapitän Stoewahse" at the Brunsbüttel locks of the Kiel Canal on Mar 31, 2015, at 2.45 a.m. The ship had been about to enter the small foreport with pilot assistance when a storm gust from NW caught the ship and pushed it to starboard. The tender which was moored at the quay of the foreport suffered damage at the superstructure. It broke lose from the moorings and drifted through the port before being secured by a Bugsier tug. The crew of two remained uninjured. The boat berthed at the South Quay in Brunsbüttel. The "Parida" suffered damage at the bulbous bow and the foreship underneath the anchor at starboard side and was detained at the railway station pilings in the inner port of Brunsbüttel for surveys. At 4 a.m. the vessel left Brunsbüttel again and proceeded to Kiel where it berthed at the Bominflot bunker station at 7 p.m. German report and photos of the "Kapitän Stoewahse": forum-schiff.de/p... zeitungen.boyens-...

 Fawley
vor 17 Std von Timsen

Large scale SAR operation after tug capsizing successful
A major search and rescue operation was underway in Southampton Water in the evening of Mar 30, 2015, following the capsizing of the 13-m-tug "Asterix". Red Funnel ferries, Cowes and Calshot RNLI lifeboats, Police launches, tugs and the Coastguard Rescue Helicopter from Lee-on-Solent were working together to locate at least one missing sailor. Other sailors on board the capsized vessel have been successfully rescued and taken to safety. The captain and crew of the Red Eagle car ferry announced at around 8:10 p.m. that they were turning the boat around as they neared Southampton to respond to the emergency and have since launched a search boat with two crew members on board. At 8:20 p.m. an RNLI lifeboat from Cowes was launched to assist the operation alongside Calshot RNLI lifeboat. Both remain on scene off Fawley. Red Funnel have advised the 9:00 p.m. sailing was delayed as a result of the search and rescue operation. The search continued with the "Red Jet 4" joining the effort. At 9.30 p.m. the "Red Eagle" was released from the search and rescue operation and made its way to dock in Southampton. Red Funnel have advised the 9 p.m. sailing from Southampton and the 10.30 p.m. from East Cowes were delayed by approx one hour. At 10:21 p.m. the Maritime and Coastguard Agency confirmed that one person has been recovered to the shore and is being treated for hypothermia. A second crew member has also been recovered from the water to the lifeboat and has been transferred to hospital. All crew have now been accounted for and the search, which also involved Lymington RNLI lifeboat, has finished. Coastguard Rescue Teams from Southampton and Lymington were also involved in the operation from land. The vessel remained capsized and sunk and weather conditions on scene tonight are strong winds and poor visibility. There was no reported pollution on scene tonight. Reports with photos: www.bbc.com/news/... www.itv.com/news/...

 Interballast 1  (Bagger)
vor 17 Std von Timsen

Dredger saved crew of sand barge which capsized on Wester Scheldt
On the Wester Scheldt at the Hooge Plate the Dutch flagged, self propelled barge "Willem" (EU-No.: 6002707), sank in the evening of Mar 30, 2015. The 80-m-ship had suffered water ingress at 7.30 p.m. and capsized 15 minutes later. The crew of two was saved uninjured by the Dutch dredger "Interballast I" and taken to the KNRM station in Breskens. Rijkwaterstaat deployed the patrol boat "RWS 79" to check the sinking site for possible oil spills. On Mar 31 the sheerleg Cormorant of Multraship was deployed from the Gent - Terneuzen Canal to the incident site being towed by the tugs "Hendrik 7" and "Multratug 22". The "Willem" is a former sand barge which was connected with the aft of the former tank barge "Paxi" which were weldet together at the yard in Dodewaard. Dutch reports with photos and video: www.omroepzeeland... www.hvzeeland.nl/... www.nrc.nl/nieuws... www.nu.nl/binnenl...

 Sea Land Meteor  (Frachtschiff)
vor 18 Std von Timsen

Containership stuck off Flushing
Enroute from Rotterdam to Antwerp the "Sealand Meteor" ran aground on Mar 31, 2015, at 5 a.m. off Flushing at the height of the Commando Way in stormy weather. The ship which was heading river upstream had intended to drop off the sea pilot and take on board the river pilot, but while it was taken back on the track to Antwerp it was forced out of the fairway by a combination of strong winds and nearby ship traffic, limiting the space for manoeuvres of the "Sea Land Meteor". An attempt to drop the anchors to stabilize the ship did not help, and it was pushed against the coast. The vessel got stuck 100-150 meters off the shore near the Damen Shipyard. Rijkswatstaat started to develop a salvage plan jointly with local salvors. The "Multratug 4", "Multratug 6", "Multratug 28" and "Union 6" were actually on scene. As the ship ran aground at low tide, it was hoped to refloat it easily with the rising tide around noon. First it had to be established if there were dangerous goods on board. Dutch reports with photos: www.omroepzeeland... www.telegraaf.nl/... www.omroepzeeland... nos.nl/artikel/20...

 Aqua Challenger  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von BerndU

beached
beached at Gadani 21.03.15

 Western Triumph  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 1 Tag von BerndU

beached
beached at Chittagong 24.03.15

 Orapin 3  (Tanker)
vor 1 Tag von BerndU

beached
beached at Chittagong 25.03.15

 Luchezarnyy  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von BerndU

beached
beached at Chittagong 20.03.15

 Leo I  (Tanker)
vor 1 Tag von BerndU

beached
beached at Chittagong 23.03.15

 Tradewind  (Tanker)
vor 1 Tag von BerndU

arrived Bhavnagar anchorage
arrived Bhavnagar anchorage 27.03.15

 Seagull D  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von BerndU

beached
beached at Alang 23.03.15 Plot 50

 Kota Berjaya  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Alang breakers USD 405/LT LDT

 Kota Berlian  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Chittagong breakers USD 400/LT LDT

 Citrawati  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Chittagong breakers USD 390/LT LDT

 Star Monika  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von BerndU

arrived Chittagong anchorage
arrive Chittagong anchorage 30.03.15

 Gas Kaizen  (Tanker)
vor 1 Tag von BerndU

arrived Chittagong anchorage
arrived Chittagong anchorage 29.03.15

 Harvest Plains  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Bulkcarrier found to be overloaded in Brake
On Mar 28, 2015, the "Harvest Plains" was found to be overloaded after it berthed with 49.670 tons corn from Yuzhne in Brake during a control of the water police. The draught was exceeded by 10 centimeters. The master, 44, of Bangladesh had followed the regulations of the Baltic Sea and had taken on board 500 tons too much. An investigation was launched, and he had to pay a safety deposit of 700 Euro.

 Success III  (Fischfangboot)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Fishing vessel adrift off Seahouses
On Mar 28, 2015, at 12.13 p.m. the Humber Coastguard requested the launch of the Seahouses all-weather lifeboat, following a call for assistance from the "Success - WY 212" with six crew on board. The vessel was disabled and drifting 18 miles east off Seahouses in rough seas and a strengthening wind. The Seahouses relief lifeboat RNLB Lifetime Care was quickly launched under the command of duty coxswain Eric Stanwix, and made best speed to the vessel's position. Meanwhile the options for the vessel were considered, and due to its size and the state of the tide, towing the vessel to Seahouses or Amble was not feasible, leaving Blyth or North Shields as the only practical options. It was agreed that the Seahouses Lifeboat would tow the vessel south to a position off Amble, where the larger Tynemouth Severn Class lifeboat would take over the tow back to North Shields. Due to the size of the vessel and the tidal flow and wind, Seahouses lifeboat was only able to make five-six knots towing, making it a long slow tow in unpleasant sea conditions. At 4.45 p.m. the Tynemouth lifeboat was able to take over the tow to North Shields, and Seahouses lifeboat was released to return to station, arriving back at Seahouses at 6.10pm, having been on service for six hours. Report with photos: rnli.org/NewsCent...

 Marco Polo  (Passagierschiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Gale changed itinerary
The "Marco Polo" made an unplanned stopover on Mar 29, 2015, at midnight in the port of Cherbourg with 800 passengerson borad. The ship was scheduled to call in Jersey. In view of the weather conditions, the ship sheltered the gale in Cherbourg before proceeding to Honfleur. Passengers were offered excursions to the Hague or Val de Saire.

 Magnus Zaremba  (Segelschiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Abandoned boat being towed to shore
After the wind had subsided on Mar 29, a search for the "Magnus Zaremba" was launched, and the "Ålesund" headed to the last known position of the sailboat, supported by an aircraft area. After a six-hour search the boat was found 40 nautical miles west of Marsteinen and was taken in tow towards the shore. It was delivered to the rescue service in the Korsfjord around midnight. The crew of the "Magnus Zaremba" was accomodated in Stavanger until they reunite with their boat. Norwegian report with photo: www.nrk.no/hordal...

 Leonora Christina  (Schnellboot)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

More trouble for Leonora Christina
On Mar 29 the "Leonora Christina" was Shit by a technical glitch that stopped the fuel supply to two of the ship's engines, so it had to be slowed down about three hours out of Ystad, just two days after the small fire in an engine room in the evening of Mar 27. The ferry company BornholmerFaergen at noon inserted the "Villum Clausen" to reduce delays. After the problems were resolved the "Leonora Christina" jointly with the "Villum Clausen" cleared up the queue during the afternoon and during the late afternoon sailed again on schedule.

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Termont Montreal to manage Port of Montreal’s new Viau container terminal
Montreal: Montreal’s new Viau cargo terminal will be managed by Termont Montreal, which will also be a partner in the construction of the 600,000 teu facility. Canadian firm Termont’s commitment will be to the tune of $24.5m in the initial phase of the project, which is scheduled to be finished by autumn 2016. Source: Splash 24/7

 Anl Warringa  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Drifting container ship off Essex coast repaired
A container ship reported drifting in a major shipping lane off the coast of Essex has restarted its journey. Lifeboats from Walton and Frinton, and the Harwich, were called out to the ANL Warringa when it experienced engine trouble on Saturday. The ship managed to put down one anchor as weather conditions worsened. A lifeboat stayed at the scene ready to rescue the 28 crew if required, but the engine was fixed at about midnight and the ship continued on its way. The ship, reported to be carrying hazardous material, was drifting in the North Sea, 20 miles off the Essex coast, in the key route between Hamburg and the East Coast ports.

 Yushinmaru  (Fischfangboot)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

‘First time in 30 years’: Japan whaling ships return from Antarctic trip EMPTY
Two of Japan’s whaling ships have returned home from Antarctic with no catch onboard for the first time in nearly 30 years, local news reported. The news comes after a UN court ordered an halt to Japan’s annual “scientific” whale hunt. The 724-ton Yushinmaru and the 747-ton Daini (No 2) Yushinmaru returned to port in Shimonoseki, western Japan, which is considered to be one of the major whaling bases in the country, on Saturday. This is the first time the whale-hunting vessels have returned “empty-handed” since 1987, the year Japan started its annual scientific hunt of whales in the Antarctic, according to Asahi Shimbun newspaper. Researchers who took part in the expedition focused on observing marine mammals from aboard the ships. They conducted the survey and only took skin samples of the whales. "By collecting scientific data, we aim to resume commercial whaling," agriculture, forestry and fisheries minister Yoshimasa Hayashi told reporters in the port city as quoted by AFP.

 Esvagt Faraday  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Havyard deliveres second windfarm service vessel to Esvagt
Esvagt has taken delivery of the second of three Havyard 832 SOV windfarm service vessels from Havyard Ship Technology AS, the company said in its press release.Havyard Ship Technology's newbuild 119 'Esvagt Faraday', a Havyard 832 SOV windfarm service vessel, is the second to be delivered to Esvagt. The first, newbuild 118 'Esvagt Froude' was delivered in the middle of February. The German company Siemens Wind Power has hired both vessels on long-term contracts to service their offshore windfarms.

 San Vicente  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Hamburg Süd christenes its third container vessel in the new “San” class
Hamburg Süd christened its third container vessel in the new “San” class. The official naming ceremony of the “San Vicente” was held at the Cuenca del Plata terminal in Montevideo, with customers and business partners. The new ship class in the Hamburg Süd fleet has a nominal container slot capacity of around 9,000 TEU and with 1,370 reefer slots for refrigerated containers a correspondingly high reefer capacity, the company said in its press release. The Sponsor of the “San Vicente” is Elisa Maier, wife of Roland Maier, owner of the Swiss Commodity Supplies AG, with which Hamburg Süd has been working for many years. The naming ceremony was also attended by Frank Smet, member of the Hamburg Süd Executive Board. The “San Vicente” was built at the Korean yard Hyundai Heavy Industries in Ulsan. Following her delivery in early November of last year, she was phased into Hamburg Süd’s liner service between Asia, South Africa and South America’s East Coast. This service is also operated by her sister ships “San Clemente” and “San Christobal”.

 Viking Star  (Passagierschiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

"Viking Star" delivered in Fincantieri Marghera shipyard
“Viking Star”, the first of three cruise ships which Fincantieri is currently building for the company Viking Ocean Cruises, was presented today at Marghera shipyard. The other two sister ships are “Viking Sea” and “Viking Sky”, the company said in its press release. The ceremony was attended by Torstein Hagen, founder and chairman of Viking Cruises, while Fincantieri was represented, among others, by Giuseppe Bono, CEO. "Viking Star", like its two sister ships, will be placed in the small cruise ship segment. In fact, with a gross tonnage of about 47,800 tons, it will have 465 cabins with accommodation for 930 passengers. The ship has been designed by experienced nautical architects and engineers, including an interior design team of London-based SMC Design, and Los Angeles-based Rottet Studios. Fincantieri has built 69 cruise ships since 1990 and other 15 ships are currently being designed or built in the Group's yards.

 Perfect  (Schlepper)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Damen delivers ASD 2411 tug Perfect to URAG
Leading German towage services provider URAG has taken delivery of two ASD 2411 Tugs to add to its existing fleet. Named Brake and Perfect, the new vessels have joined their sister ship Prompt in the port of Hamburg under the URAG subsidiary Lütgens und Reimers (L&R).

 Brake  (Schlepper)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Two ASD 2411 tugs delivered to URAG
Leading German towage services provider URAG has taken delivery of two ASD 2411 Tugs to add to its existing fleet. Named Brake and Perfect, the new vessels have joined their sister ship Prompt in the port of Hamburg under the URAG subsidiary Lütgens und Reimers (L&R).

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Greece to Sell Piraeus Port Stake Within Weeks
March 28 (Reuters) – The Greek government will sell its majority stake in the port of Piraeus within weeks, the country’s deputy prime minister told China’s official Xinhua news agency, a flip-flop from the leftist government as it seeks funds from its creditors. The Syriza government of Alexis Tsipras took power in January on promises to end painful austerity, saying it would halt a string of privatisations including the sale of a 67 percent stake in the Piraeus Port Authority (OLP). China’s Cosco Group was among five preferred bidders shortlisted under a privatisation scheme agreed by the previous conservative-led government as part of a 240 billion euro ($261 billion) bailout programme which Tsipras is seeking to renegotiate.

 Coastal Energy  (Tanker)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Breakers

 Golden Trader  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Alang breakers

 Magnus Zaremba  (Segelschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Crew rescued in the night
On Mar 28 at 10.45 p.m. all five people were taken off the "Magnus Zaremba" by the rescue helicopters from Sula and Florø. Two of them had ave light injuries, and were taken to a waiting ambulance at Sula where they arrived at 11.30 p.m. The abandoned "Magnus Zaremba" had been used to collect research material. The Coastguard vessel "Ålesund" was going to see if it was possible to tow the abandoned boat to Bergen.

 San Aga  (Fischfangboot)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Cargo vessel sank fishing boat
The Cambodian cargo m/v "Sibirskiy 2132" 3978 gt (IMO: 8211136), was in collision with the "San Aga" on Mar 29, 2015, at 9 a.m. while the f/v was hauling in its nets off the coast of Şile. The "San Aga" capsized and sank. A lifeboat was dispatched to recover the crew of four which was safe aboard at 10.05 and was found to be in good health. They were handed over to the Turkish Coastguard at 11: 00 a.m. Turkish report with photos: https://www.kiyiemniyeti....

 Silver Merchant  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

arrived Chittagong anchorage
arrived Chittagong anchorage 26.03.15

 Soyu  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

arrived Chittagong anchorage
arrived Chittagong anchorage 28.03.15

 Tarik III  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Alang breakers

 Odin 1  (Fischfangboot)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Shrimper aground off St. Peter Ording
The "Odin 1“ suffered a failure of the cooling water pump on Mar 27, 2015, around 1 a.m. south of St. Peter-Ording which caused a complete engine failure so that the crew of three also was unable to drop anchor. SE winds with 4 Beaufort and tide currents drifted the ship onto a sandbar. The lifeboat "Paul Neisse" of the DGzRS Station Eiderdamm needed one hour to reach the ship. It established a towing connection and towed it to the Eider dam. At 4.20 a.m. it returned to its Station.

 Condor Liberation  (Schnellboot)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Speed ferry damaged a day after introduction
The "Condor Liberation" has been damaged while attempting to dock in Guernsey one day after starting its schedule. She struck the quayside at St Peter Port, in windy conditions, in the afternoon of Mar 28, 2015. On arrival in St Peter Port, the "Condor Liberation" attempted to dock on Berth 2 but high winds prevented this, so the decision was taken to change to Berth 1. Whilst manoeuvring onto Berth 1 in strong winds, the ferry landed heavily against a fender,causing minor damage to the protective belting. The vessel suffered minor damage above the waterline and as a result, would be out of action for a couple of days. No-one was injured but some passengers remained on Guernsey as alternative travel arrangements were made for them. While the "Condor Liberation" was undergoing repairs in Poole, Dorset, the "Commodore Clipper" continued to provide passenger services between the UK and the Channel Islands. The sailings on Mar 29 have already been cancelled due to forecast bad weather. Report with photo: www.bbc.com/news/...

 Carnival Triumph  (Passagierschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Domestic dispute in Cozumel
A domestic dispute broke out aboard the "Carnival Triumph" while it was docked in Cozumel on Mar 26, resulting in a federal assault charge for 44-year-old male passenger Joseph Allen. The man was involved in a dispute with his 14-year-old stepson. The altercation happened in a hallway aboard the ship, and the boy’s mother said Allen had been drinking. Witnesses allegedly saw Allen with his hand around his stepson’s neck. Reviewing court documents, the station found out that the 14-year-old had a broken front tooth, a swollen face, and a "large stain of what appeared to be blood. The ship's security team intervened and took statements from all parties. All appropriate officials were notified and Carnival was working with law enforcement authorities as the investigation continues. The 44-year-old guest has been confined to his cabin for the remainder of the cruise. The 14-year-old was evaluated by the ship's medical team who recommended that the minor guest should disembark the vessel in Cozumel for further medical treatment. The guest, accompanied by his mother, was evaluated by a shoreside physician in Cozumel and members of Carnival's CareTeam were providing support and assistance to the minor guest and his mother. The FBI took on the case. When the ship docked in Galveston on Mar 28, Allen was taken into custody. Report with photo: www.travelpulse.c...

 Carnival Liberty  (Passagierschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Overheated bearing caused smoke development
Smoke billowing from the "Carnival Liberty" on Mar 27, 2015, has prompted the evacuation of a few passengers and Crew members and sent a fire crew racing to the docks of St. Maarten, but there were no reported injuries. An overheated bearing caused smoke to emerge from the front section of the ship. The problem has been resolved. The ship departed St. Maarten in the afternoon as scheduled.

 Turquoise Ocean  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Bulkcarrier grounded on Columbia River
In the morning of Mar 27, 2015, the "Turquoise Ocean" briefly ran aground in the Columbia River off Longview, but later regained power and made its way to a berth in the southwest Washington City. There was no apparent damage to the ship or the river. The Coast Guard says no one aboard the 21-member crew was hurt. The ship lost power as it was headed downstream from the Port of Longview. It tried to anchor but went aground in soft sand. The vessel was carrying potash, an agricultural fertilizer. The hull will be inspected by the Coastguard before the ship can sail again, and the crew will have to prove it can sail safely.

 Anl Warringa  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Container ship adrift off Essex
Essex lifeboats were called to the container ship "ANL Warringa" after it was drifting in a major shipping lane on Mar 28, 2015, enroute from Tilbury CT to Hamburg. The lifeboats from Walton and Frinton, and the Harwich, were called out at about noon. The "ANL Warringa" was reported to be drifting in the North Sea, 20 miles off the Essex coast, in the key route between Hamburg and the East Coast ports. The ship had managed to get an anchor down, not far from a wind turbine. The lifeboat 16-01 stayed with the ship until help was at hand. The container ship was escorted by the tug "Multratug 4" after the crew got the engine running again, and berthed at the Athabaska Quay in Hamburg on Mar 30 at 6.30 a.m. Report with photos: www.bbc.com/news/...

 Floreana  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Floreana hit by storm and evacuated
Salvage work on the "Floreana" off San Cristobal had to be suspended on Mar 28 due to strong waves that hit the coast. The T & T Marine Salvage company which was contracted to carry out the salvage of the vessel decided to withdraw its personnel and the holds were once again flooded. However, this has contributed to keeping the ship in a balanced position. The extreme waves on the coast of San Cristóbal caused the malfunction of Equipment that was aboard such as a welding machine, excavator, generators, lighting fixtures which were submerged. Containers and boxes of soft drinks and beer had already been removed and transferred in its entiretyfor final disposal.The remainder of the cargo will be not downloaded since they did not represent a risk of contamination. Once the weather has improved the cargo removal and repair of faulty Equipment was to be continued. Salvors were optimicstic that the "Floreana" could still be refloated in about 10 days to be towed outside the reserve and scuttled. Spanish report with photo: www.elcomercio.co...

 MF Prinsesse Benedi  (Passagierschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Repair to last into June
Repairs of the "Prinsesse Benedikte" at the Remontowa Yard will probably last into June. After the hull was cleared up and inspected the yard was working jointly with a Team of Scandlines on the repai of the ship on which a new diesel, a new rader system, a new ventilation and a scrubber had just been installed when the floating dock tilted on Mar 11, causing the ferry to fall two meters deep from the keel blocks and listing 13 degress. Holes were torn into the ship's side, and the hull was flooded. Following the repairs Scandlines will undertake trials before the ship returns to service. Meanwhile the remaining ferries, the "Deutschland" "Schleswig-Holstein" and the "Prins Richard offer a 40-minutes schedule between Puttgarden and Rødby. The schedule of the freight Ferry "Holger Danske" was intensified and from Apr 8 on the "Mercandia VIII" of HH-Ferries will start a charter on the route and carry trucks between Tuesday and Friday of the week.

 Klotind  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Diver of lifeboat assisted trawler
On Mar 28, 2015, the "Klotind" suffered propulsion trouble. In the port of Myre the NSSR-lifeboat "Knut Hoem" assisted, and a diver cleared the propeller from the obstruction. Photo: https://twitter.com/NSSR/status/581834298317213697

 Fykan  (Passagierschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Ferry towed to port after engine failure
The "Fykan" with 29 passengers on board suffered engine failure enroute from Kilboghamn to Jektvik in Rødøy in the afternoon of Mar 27, 2015. First one of the two main engines failed, and before the ferry arrived at the port also the second main engine conked out, leaving the ship without power. The fishing vessel "Sjåviknes" towed the ferry to the quay . The ship was taken out of service until the cause of the failure was resolved, and the "Rødøy" was inserted as replacement ferry. Norwegian reports with photos: www.an.no/Ferge_f... www.ranablad.no/2...

 Magnus Zaremba  (Segelschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Polish sailing vessel distressed
On Mar 28, 2015, at 7.09 p.m. the "Magnus Zaremba" radioed Mayday after she got in distress 50 miles west of Toftarøy, Bergen, south of Sotra with a crew of five. The ship was adrift after the mast broke in waves between six and 11 metres height and 60 knots winds. The ship capsized several times and was taking on water. The rescue center South Norway located the boat and offered the crew to be hoisted up in a helicopter. Two Sea King rescue helicopters were deployed and on site at 9.30 p.m., where they managed to get in contact with the crew. Also two ships came to assist, among them, the Coastguard vessel "Ålesund" which would need 3-4 hours to be on site. The ship was underway from Øygarden in Hordaland towards the North Sea.

 Qasim
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

LNG ship (FSRU) arrives at Port Qasims Engro Elengy Terminal
A Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) ship which stores and converts LNG to gas (FSRU) reached Port Qasim on Thursday with an initial cargo load of 148517 cubic metre of LNG. This will now permanently dock at the Engro Elengy Terminal at Port Qasim and together will provide Pakistan’s first state of the art LNG terminal. The terminal has been built at a cost of USD 135 million in a world record time of 335 days of signing with actual construction of 179 days and the FSRU vessel is worth an additional USD 300 million. Engro won the contract to handle LNG at the most competitive rate in the region. In addition, the vessel has the capacity for regasification of up to 600 mmcfd which will have a major impact on solving the energy crisis in the country.

 Balboa
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Transit waiting times increased
Non-booked regular sized vessels wishing to transit the Panama Canal face a wait of approximately 5-6 days, says GAC. There has been a dramatic increase in the transit backlog as a result of several factors, including heavy arrivals in February/March, averaging 35.8 per day whilst transits average 35.1 transits (approximately 25 panamaxes per day), and extremely high booking utilization (over 97%).

 Vitsentzos Kornaros  (Passagierschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Odyssey of passengers has ended
In the evening of Mar 27 the "Vitsentzos Kornaros" was able to get off the breakwater of the port of Kassos with own means and assisted by the passenger m/v "Kasos Princess". The ship entered safely the harbour of the island and began the landing of approximately 80 passengers, who were destined for the island, while a technical inspection by competent inspectors of the relevant classification society and hull surveys by private divers were being carried out. They found small damages which should be repaired in Rhodes. The ferry sailed from Kassos on 1.45 a.m. and berthed in Rhodes at 1 p.m. where the remaining 163 passengers and vehicles disembarked after three days on board. They were welcomed by Mayor Fotis Chatzidiakos. After the repair the ship was due to return to Piraeus. Greek reports with photo and videos: www.skai.gr/news/... www.newsit.gr/def...

 Kanton  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Ship may be confiscated due to violations of sanctions in Crimean ports
The "Kanton" may be confiscated by the Ukraine for illegal calls to Crimean ports. The ship was detained in Kherson, Ukraine, on Mar 4, 2015, after during an PSC inspection a number of deficiencies was found. Later the vessel was arrested, and all ship’s documents were taken out by the Ukraine Military Procurator. The vessel was accused of numerous violations of sanctions imposed on Crimea ports. The vessel violated sanctions by several calls to Crimea ports without notification or approval from Ukraine authorities. It was subject to a heavy fine or confiscation, according to Ukraine law with regards to annexed by Russia Crimea Peninsula.

 Adamastos  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Bulkcarrier has to be removed from Rio Grande
The new owner of the "Adamastos" got a notice from Brazilian Navy authorities on Mar 27, 2015, requiring the vessel to be removed from Rio Grande, as the ship, loaded with 59000 or 50000 tons of soybeans, was posing a threat to port and shipping in the area. It was planned to tow it to China by the end of April. The new owner is a UK-based company, which bought the vessel and paid some $5 million of debts. On Nov 25, 2014, the crew of the bulk carrier had asked for help after having been stranded in Rio-Grande since August. The ship had run aground while leaving the port. It was refloated and inspected by authorities, inspection found many deficiencies and also, unpaid port charges and some other bills, totaling $3 million. The vessel was anchored on Rio-Grande roads. After the crew was abandoned, supplies ran out, they weren’t paid. The crew of 22 was coming from the Philippines, Greece, Georgia, Romania, Egypt, Ukraine and Indonesia.

 Leonora Christina  (Schnellboot)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Fire on ferry
The "Leonora Christina" was hit by a fire in the engine room in the evening of Mar 27, 2015. The fire broke out while the ferry was traveling from Ystad to Rønne. No one was injured. The fire broke out in one of the ferry's four main engines. Fire alarm on board was raised and passengers were told to get ready to leave the ship, but the Crew quickly succeeded to fight the fire. The ferry reached Rønne with 30 minutes delay. Representatives of the company went on board immediately on arrival to investigate the cause of the fire.




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