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 Bsle Venus  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 31 Min von BerndU

sold
Bsle Venus also sold to Greece and will be managed by Stallion Marine Services

 Guang Ma 1  (Frachtschiff)
vor 49 Min von Swiss63

Scrapped
Reported as scrapped since 09/2012

 Club Harmony  (Passagierschiff)
vor 2 Std von BerndU

beached
beached at Alang 25.10.14

 Endeavor  (Frachtschiff)
vor 11 Std von arnekiel

Tenby lifeboat launches to injured container ship crewman
Tenby RNLI launched to rescue a container ship's 2nd mate who was injured in an accident last Tuesday. The Haydn Miller launched at 2:20pm after the 2nd mate of the 135m container ship 'ENDEAVOR' caught his hand in a door when it slammed shut on it in very rough seas 25 miles west south west of St Anne's Head. He suffered a deep cut to his hand. The ship was enroute from Liverpool to Bilbao in Spain. With no helicopter available and with the sea state makin it impossible for a lifeboat to get alongside in their current position, it was decided, upon speaking with Milford Haven Coastguard that the best course of action was for the ENDEAVOR to make best speed possible to the shelter of Freshwater East. Once launched, the lifeboat was soon on scene. The coxswain then had the difficult task of getting the lifeboat alongside the container ship in high winds and swell. This was soon accomplished and the casualty was taken aboard the lifeboat where he was assessed by the lifeboat crew before being taken back to Tenby where he was met by paramedics at Tenby Lifeboat Station before being taken to hospital. Source : westerntelegraph

 7-waves  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 11 Std von arnekiel

Damen Delivers Fourth Seismic Chaser to Rederij Groen
Dutch offshore services company Rederij Groen has taken delivery of the ‘7-Waves’, the second of three identical Seismic Research Support Vessels ordered from Damen Shipyards Group. The third vessel of this series is planned for delivery in January 2015 from Damen’s Maaskant yard and all three will eventually be placed on charter to Dolphin Geophysical. Prior to ordering the three 35-metre Seismic Research Support Vessels of this current ‘7’-class in November 2013, Rederij Groen had commissioned the building of the 40-meter SRSV’s ‘Astra-G’ and ‘Aquarius-G’ which were were delivered early 2013.

vor 11 Std von arnekiel

Royal Caribbean Set to Launch Terminal Dedicated for Quantum in New Jersey
On Oct. 24 Royal Caribbean and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey dedicated the new cruise terminal at a small gathering at Cape Liberty Cruise Port, which will be the home for Quantum of the Seas starting on November 10.

 Merlin  (Bagger)
vor 23 Std von Timsen

Salvage completed
The "Merlin" was finally pulled away on Oct 23 and moored in the harbour basin 1 in Basel after a salvage of 12 days. Swiss report with photo: bazonline.ch/base...

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

BBC Chartering with dedicated project terminal in Houston
The global project carrier BBC Chartering is pleased to announce that Manchester Terminal in the Port of Houston is the carrier’s new dedicated hub in North America. Managed through Gulfstream Marine, BBC vessels and their customers can now enjoy priority berthing and 24/7 serviceability in the Port of Houston.

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Oryx to start Las Palmas, Canary Islands, bunker operations
Bunker supplier Oryx will begin bunker operations in the Canary Islands in November, a company source said Wednesday. “Bunker operations are to start soon…sometime in November,” the source said. “They bought a 45,000 mt HSFO cargo from Brofjorden for October 25-30 loadings,” a Canary Island bunker source said, while a second source said Oryx had .

 Boston  (Tanker)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Venezuela’s PDVSA fixes second VLCC of Algerian Saharan crude oil
A second cargo of Algeria’s Saharan crude bound for Venezuela has been fixed to load on a VLCC, under a new deal between the two countries’ state-owned companies, PDVSA and Sonatrach, shipping sources said Wednesday. The Venezuelan refiner has fully fixed the Boston vessel to carry a 270,000 mt crude cargo from Algeria to Venezuela

 Mokul Nordic  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Nordic secures US$ 70 mill – 5 years firm charter contract for its DP2 IMR Subsea vessel
Nordic Maritime, a leading offshore service operator, today announced a five year time charter for its DP2 IMR Subsea vessel, Mokul Nordic, which has been awarded by Noble Energy, the international energy provider. “At Nordic Maritime, we are delighted to have won this long term charter contract directly with a highly reputed international oil company

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Romanian port of Constanta to become Europe’s grain hub
Grain trader Cargill and freight handler Transport Trade Services more than doubled grain capacity at their Canopus Star terminal at Constanta in August this year. Meanwhile, grain volume through the post was up by almost a third year-on-year, thanks to wheat and corn exports to Middle East countries, according to port spokeswoman Monica Velicu

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Poland’s PGNiG to expand strategic LNG terminal
Poland’s PGNiG and Polskie LNG, the company building a liquefied natural gas terminal at the Baltic port of Swinoujscie, signed a letter of intent on building a third gas storage unit on the site, they said in a joint statement.

 APL Phoenix  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

DP world welcomes first scheduled vessel to newJebel Ali terminal
DP World has on October 22 welcomed the first scheduled vessel to call at its new Container Terminal 3 in Jebel Ali, Dubai, as it gears up to serve customers at the state-of-the-art facility. The ‘APL Phoenix’ was welcomed by DP World Chairman, His Excellency Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Import Delays due to Shipside Operations suspension in Southampton
23/10/2014 - As a result of high winds at DP World Southampton, shipside operations were suspended for much of yesterday. Many units, mostly from the OOCL Korea, were not discharged in time to make their planned train slots. This may result in delays/cancellations of Import deliveries in the next couple of days and we will be contact with those customers affected. Source: OOCL

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Multi-million pound upgrade to Montrose port
A major £6 million quay upgrade for Montrose Port Authority has now been completed and hopes to attract more energy companies to the area. The move will enhance the harbour’s capacity for handling larger cargo and oil and gas ships, enabling it to broaden its scope of vessel services. The upgrade of berths six and seven on the north side of the port has provided deeper water for berthing than before (8 metres depth) with the facility also offering much greater quayside operational working space. The 260 metre long facility received its first vessel on October 11, the Danish Maersk Lifter, as featured in last week’s Review. The first cargo ship at the new quay was the German-owned, Antigua and Barbuda-flagged general cargo ship Carolin G on October 13. According to Montrose Port Authority (MPA) chief executive John Paterson, the refurbished quay forms an important component of the port’s ongoing strategy to meet the needs of a diverse range of modern cargo and oil and gas vessel sectors

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Costa Rica intervenes to stop strike at port, arrests 68
Costa Rican police arrested 68 people in the country’s main Atlantic port after a strike over plans to expand the hub threatened to paralyze shipping. Workers at Puerto Limon’s Moin and Limon terminals, which handle about 80 percent of Costa Rica’s foreign trade, went on strike to protest a $1 billion expansion concession granted to APM Terminals, a unit of A.P. Moller-Maersk. The stevedores’ union, SINTRAJAP, launched an indefinite strike on Wednesday, leaving three ships stranded and unable to unload cargo after APM Terminals won a Supreme Court decision this month against the union’s efforts to block the concession. The union says the concession, which was first agreed in 2011, threatens public sector jobs. Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solis ordered the docks to be re-opened and some 150 police officers broke the strike, arresting 68 men and women in both terminals. Security Minister Celso Gamboa said police would remain at the terminals for an indefinite period to keep them open. Costa Rica’s government says the expansion plan would quadruple the amount of cargo that the Caribbean port can handle. Costa Rica has some of the worst-rated port infrastructure in the region, according to World Bank data. Source: Reuters

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Somalia’s Mogadishu Port In For Major Facelift With Turkish Help
Oct 23 (Reuters) – The Somali government’s grand vision for Mogadishu port under its new Turkish managers sees modern container ships replacing wooden dhows, new cranes easing the back-breaking work of porters and a surge in state revenue as traffic rises. Outsourcing port operations to Turkey’s Albayrak Group is one more sign of Somalia’s slow rehabilitation, a dramatic shift from more than two decades of war when clans battled for control of Somalia’s most valuable asset and let its facilities decay. Yet the award of the 20-year contract has highlighted other challenges facing the government, which has been struggling to build public confidence after years of chaos and has been trying to reassure donors worried about corruption. In the wake of the deal, members of parliament have accused the government of making the award without proper oversight, while labourers, fearing they will lose their jobs, have staged frequent protests. “If you come to the Mogadishu port at the moment, you will wonder if it is a market or a port,” said Abdirahman Omar Osman, an adviser to the Somali presidency, describing how porters rush to dhows and ships as they tie-up, seeking cash to help unload. “The Turkish company will improve the infrastructure, maximize the income of the government and bring the port to international standards,” he said. An efficient port is vital for the government, as it is the state’s biggest single source of revenue, and essential to building a functioning economy in a nation that is still battling an Islamist insurgency and which the West and African neighbours fear could yet tip back into anarchy. The deal might also help change the reputation of Somalia, which has become notorious as a jumping off point for pirates preying on sea lanes in the Indian Ocean, although hijackings have dropped sharply since 2012.

 Karen Jean  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Four Rescued After Tugboat Sinks Off Rhode Island
A 55-foot tugboat towing an empty barge capsized and sank Wednesday night (Oct. 22) off of Point Judith, Rhode Island. All four people aboard the tug were rescued from the water by a nearby fishing boat. The incident was reported to the Coast Guard at approximately 6:20 p.m. Wednesday. It is unclear from reports if the barge had broken away from the tug and was adrift or if it was still tethered to the tug, which sank in about 88 feet of water. Winds at the time of the incident were reported to be 20 to 25 knots with gusts up to 40 knots. Salvors were expected to re-asses the situation Thursday after the weather subsided.

 Thorco Willow  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

AIS Reliance Contributed to Dover Strait Collision
An investigation by the UK’s Marine Accident Investigation Branch into a January 2014 collision between a Rickmers’ cargo ship and a crane barge in the Dover Strait has found that the cargo ship’s watch officer was overly reliant on AIS information displayed on the ECDIS and did not maintain a proper lookout or pay attention to the ship’s radar leading up to collision. On 10 January 2014, the Liberian-flagged multi-purpose cargo ship, Rickmers Dubai, collided with the un-manned crane barge, Walcon Wizard, which was being towed by the tug Kingston in the south-west traffic lane of the Dover Strait Traffic Seperation Scheme. The accident occurred as Rickmers Dubai was overtaking the tug and its tow. Immediately following the collision, the towline caught on Rickmers Dubai and Kingston was towed stern-first through the water until the towline ran free from its tow winch. Walcon Wizard was badly damaged and Rickmers Dubai’s hull was punctured above the waterline. The hydraulic system for the tow winch on board Kingston was also damaged. There were no injuries and there was no pollution as a result of the incident.

 Arcticus  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

RV Arcticus – The Great Lakes Newest Research Vessel Delivered
The U.S. Geological Survey’s Great Lakes Science Center says it has taken delivery of its newest research vessel and the vessel will be put to work immediately carrying our lake trout spawning surveys on Lake Michigan. The state-of-the-art RV Arcticus was delivered October 17 by Burger Boat Company in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, joining the Great Lakes Science Center’s five-vessel fleet. The Arcticus has already arrived at its homeport at the Cheboygan Vessel Base in Cheboygan, Michigan and will go to work on a lake trout spawner survey in northern Lake Michigan on October 24.

 American Phoenix  (Tanker)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Two-Year-Old Jones Act Tanker Sells for $157 Million
Houston headquartered Genesis Energy, L.P. announced on Oct. 23 that it has agreed to acquire the Jones Act-qualifying MT American Phoenix and two related charters and management agreements from Mid Ocean Tanker Company (MOTC) for approximately $157 million. The modern, 330,000 barrel American Phoenix was delivered in October 2012 from BAE Systems in Mobile, Alabama to MOTC, a joint venture between privately-held Mid Ocean Marine and private equity firm Alterna Capital Partners. The vessel is operating under long term charters into 2020 with high quality counter parties, including a major integrated oil company, Genesis said. When it was launched in 2011, the MT American Phoenix was hailed as the biggest ship ever built and launched in the State of Alabama, measuring 616 feet long and 105 feet wide. It has a laden draft of 36 feet and a cargo capacity of 49,000 DWT.

 Kiel
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Locks closure for urgent repair works
The New Big North Lock Chamber at Kiel-Holtenau will be taken out of service next week (Monday 27 to Friday 31 October) due to urgent repair works.

 Costa Diadema  (Passagierschiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Costa Diadema Delivery on Oct. 25, Christening on Nov. 7
On October 25, the Costa Diadema will be officially presented at Fincantieri shipyard in Marghera (Venice),to Costa Cruises’ CEO, Michael Thamm and Fincantieri’s CEO, Giuseppe Bono. Then the ship will set sail from Marghera on October 30 and will reach Trieste, from which her “Vernissage Cruise” will start on November 1. The arrival in the port of Trieste, on October 31 will be an occasion of celebration for the whole city, with the party organized on the ship and the fireworks that will shine above the beautiful setting of Trieste in the night. On November 7, in the city of Genoa, headquarter of Costa Cruises, will host the Christening event of Costa Diadema. The grand finale of the event will be a light show and fireworks illuminating the sky of Genoa, when Costa Diadema will give her farewell to the city. Costa Diadema will leave on November 8 to Savona, the port where the inaugural cruise will start on the evening of the same day. The first call at Savona of Costa Diadema will be also the official inauguration of the second terminal of the Palacrociere, built by Costa with a total investment of 9 million euro.

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Unions protest over Alexandria Containers and DP World alliance
DP World has received approvals to form an alliance with Alexandria Containers & Cargo Handling to bid in a tender to build, operate and deliver the new CT3 berth 100 container terminal at Dekheila Port, Egypt Alexandria Containers’ Board of Directors and Egypt’s Ministry of Transport granted the approvals, but the announcement has been met with criticism from the Egyptian Port Workers’ Union and Alexandria Containers staff. The Egyptian Port Workers’ Union, represented by Egypt’s Minister of Investment and Minister of Transport, is lobbying Alexandria Containers’ Board to reject the foreign partner and uphold the interests of the country.An independent union of Alexandria Containers employees said in a statement the Ministry of Transport had turned against the principle of the protection of national companies, and had imposed a foreign partner without considering the damage on Egypt’s national security and economy.The union is also concerned that there will be redundancies. "It is well known that DP World doesn't get along with Egyptian labour. Three strikes in the Port of Sokhna where caused by it, in addition to the company's firing of employees,” it said in a statement today.“We are confident that President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi will not be allowed to risk the country's economy, as well as we are also sure that the national companies with their local labour have not failed in supplying funds of hundreds of millions annually in the state treasury,” the union said. Source : Gulfshipnews

 Melderskin  (Passagierschiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Ferry sidelined due to technical problem
After the failure of the auxiliary engine of the "Melderskin" the ferry route Leirvåg-Sløvåg was interrupted on Oct 17, 2014. A service man was called to look at the error. The ferry was sidelined.

 Sten Baltic  (Tanker)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Tanker disabled off Varlaxudden
The "Sten Baltic" suffered an engine failure and ran around outside Varlaxudden in the afternoon of Oct 23, 2014. SAR Forces in Helsinki were alerted shortly after 1 p.m. that the ship's steering mechanism was not working and it got off the fairway. The tanker had completely the wrong course for the Lars Cut. It was enroute from Sköldvikhamnen to Riga. The vessel could be anchored south of Emäsalo. The MRCC called the Coast guard patrol boats from both Porvoo and Helsinki. The guard vessel "Tursas" monitored the situation and a pilot boat was on scene too. The "Sten Baltic" continued its journey at 1.40 p.m. after the engine had been repaired at least to a large extent. Coast guard boats and a pilot boat escorted the tanker all the way to Kalbådagrunds anchorage, where it was examined further.

 Sjernaroy  (Passagierschiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Damaged ferry waiting for new propeller
Repairs of the "Sjernarøy" have almost been finished, but Norled still has to wait for new parts for the propulsion system. It will take about four weeks before the ferry is back in operation. The "Sjernarøy" had run aground at North Hidle in Sjernarøy on Oct 12. None of the 43 passengers had been seriously injured, but the ferry took in water. The "Sjernarøy" docked at GMC Yard at Buøy in Stavanger. The damage to the hull was less than expected. The repairs will be completed early next week, but operators kept waiting for the delivery of new propellers and stock from Finland. There was no final delivery date yet, but the parts were expected during the second week in November at the earliest. They will then have to be mounted and adjusted. The chartered ferry "Rygerfjell» only takes about half as many cars as the "Sjernarøy". Norled had waited three days to insert the reserve ferry following its tender. Norwegian report with photo: www.aftenbladet.n...

 Grande Francia  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

No trace of lost containers
The German emergency tug "Nordic" in vain was searching for the containers lost off the "Grande Francia" in the gale Gonzalo on the Northsea SW of Borkum reef. The ship had started to roll in gusts up to 12 Beaufort. After bolts gave way, the containers started to move and went over the side, tearing away the railing on a length of 15 meters. The ship is currently docked in Hamburg where the mess was being cleared up. Several more boxes had crashed or were damaged. The Water Police launched an investigation. the 10 containers which had been loaded with tyres were presumed lost. German report with photo: www.ndr.de/nachri...

 Blue Way  (Tanker)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Tanker violated EU sanctions
The "Blue Way" violated Ukrainian and EU sanctions against Crimean shipping by calling Crimea. On Oct 23, 2014, the vessel was docked in Kerch. The tanker was spotted in Crimean ports at least twice since July.

 Wr20 Elisabeth  (Fischfangboot)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Grounding near Callantsoog
On Oct 24, around 4 a.m., the "Elisabeth - WR 20", which had left the port of Den Oever in the early morning, ran aground and requested the KNRM Callantsoog which sent a boat for assistance. Photo: https://twitter.com/knrm

 New Katerina  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Fire on bulkcarrier in Amsterdam
On Oct 23, 2014, short past noon a fire broke out in an excavator working in the cargo hold of the "New Katerina" in the Westport of Amsterdam. The crew of the ship, which was loaded with coal, was able to evacuate the ship in time and no one was injured. There was development of dense smoke. Around 2.15 p.m. the fire brigade had the blaze under control, but only at 6.15 p.m. the fire rescue, supported by fire boats of the Port Service, finally had extinguished the fire. Dutch reports with photos and video: www.dichtbij.nl/a... www.at5.nl/artike...

 Dalmatia  (Passagierschiff)
vor 1 Tag von brodacz

Scrapped
Beached at Alang 24.10.2014 (last seen 2014-10-24 00:13)

 MV Vinh Hoa  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von BerndU

scrapped
scrapped at breaking company "PalPal" in Gamcheon port, Busan picture:www.shipspotting....

 Deshbandhu-1  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von BerndU

arrived Scrapyard anchorage
arrived Chittagong anchorage 23.10.14

 Europrogress  (Tanker)
vor 1 Tag von BerndU

beached
beached at Gadani 23.10.14

 Sundferja  (Passagierschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Ferry damaged in allision
The "Sundferja" ran aground on Oct 20, 2014, after having suffered a technical problem at Lerøy. One propeller was damaged when the ferry got sutck at Hjellestad. Divers were sent for a thorough Investigation and a reserve Ferry was inserted. Norwegian Report with photo: www.bt.no/nyheter...

 Heidi  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Death during routine inspection
The customs inspector Tor Inge Kalstø (55) died from a lack of oxygen after a fall on board of the ""Heidi" in the evening of Oct 19, 2014, in Kopervik. The Gade Institute in Bergen carried out an autopsy and found that there was little Oxygen in the cargo hold. The police regarded the death as an accident. Norwegian reports with photos: www.h-avis.no/nyh... www.nrk.no/rogala...

 Nicola  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Nicola safe in Scapa Flow
The "Nicola" has been towed in to Scapa Flow after suffering engine failure five miles off Dounreayin the Pentland Firth on Oct 19, 2014, at 10.25 p.m. The vessel had a crew of eight and broke down just off Strathy Point. The Shetland Coastguard tug "Herakle" was dispatched by the Coastguard and brought into Scapa Flow the following afternoon. The tug returned to Kirkwall. Report with photo: www.orcadian.co.u...

 Panamana  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Medevac off Barfleur
On Oct 15, 2014, at 9.15 a.m. the CROSS Jobourg was notified by the Dutch Caostguard of a suspected stroke of a crew member on the "Panamana". This diagnosis was made during medical consultations requested by the ship and the specialized center of Den Helder. The ship was 100 kilometers northeast of Barfleur in the French area of ​​responsibility, so the Joburg CROSS organized and directed the evacuation of the 46 year old Filipino sailor. The CROSS Joburg mobilized an EC 225 helicopter of the Navy base in Maupertus and a military medical team of the Medical Army Center in Querqueville. 20 minutes later, the EC225 was on scene and the medical team was winched aboard the freighter. Once the patient was stabilized, he was hoisted aboard the helicopter on a stretcher and taken to the Jacques Monod Hospital in Le Havre, where he wasdelivered at 11:20 a.m. French report with photo: https://www.premar-manche...

 Fv Anthineas  (Fischfangboot)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Medevac off Sables d'Olonne
On Oct 22, 2014, the CROSS d’Etel was notified by the "Anthinéas" about an injured crew member about 27 miles east of the Sables-d’Olonne. After a conference call between the centre of medical consultation in Toulouse, the CROSS Etel and the vessel, a medevac was decided and Dauphin GY helicopter of the Navy base in La Rochelle dispatched. After it reached the ship around noon, the 38 year old man was hoisted and delivered at the hospital La Roche-sur-Yon at 1.15 p.m.

 Martha  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Vessel still in Papenburg...
...and pictured on Oct 22, 2014: s14.directupload....

 Taifun  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Barge allided with bridge
The "Taifun" allided with a bridge spanning the Elbe in Hamburg-Harburg on Oct 20, 2014. The wheelhouse was crushed, one man suffered slight injuries and was taken to hospital. The accident was caused by the exceptional high tide. The steel construction of the bridge was dented, but no structural damages were found during an inpection. The vessel was freed with the low tide. German report with photo: www.mopo.de/poliz...

 Grande Francia  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Container loss off Dutch coast
On Oct 22, 2014, at 07:40 a.m. the "Grande Francia" lost four 40-foot containers over board in a storm with eight Beaufort wind approximately 16 kilometers north of Terschelling. A Coast Guard aircraft started in the morning to monitor the situation. Aroudn 1 p.m. the ship reported another six containers lost over board in waves of 6-8 meters. The Dutch Coast Guard sent an aircraft to track the driftgood. One container was observed at the German-Dutch frontier. Once on scene, nothing more was found. It was suspected that the containers have sunk. Several more containers on deck were damaged. The vessel was enroute from Tilbury to Hamburg and reached the port on Oct 23 at 3.45 a.m. It docked at the O'wald Quay. Dutch report with photos: www.kustwacht.nl/...

 Ernst Hagedorn  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Cargo loss in storm
On Oct 22 at 03:20 a.m. the "Ernst Hagendorn" lost 60 packets of wood approximately 65 km north of Terschelling in a storm on the Northsea. The ship was underway from Gothenburg to Shoreham with an ETA of Oct 24. Two ships of the salvage cpmpany Bakker from Terschelling started to recover the drift wood which were monitored by the Dutch Coastguard about 45 Kilometers off Ameland. Photo: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/B0jp4VMCQAAb6FD.jpg:large

 En Avant 20  (Schlepper)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Tug lost barge
The "En Avant 20" lost the Honduras-flagged barge "Stema Barge II" of the Splitt Chartering ApS in the evening of Oct 21, 2014, approximately 70 kilometers northwest of Den Helder in severe storm. The 135 meter long barge with 15,000 tons of stone on board went adrift and threatened two platforms in the North Sea. The Dutch Coastguard sent the emergency tug "Ievoli Amaranth". In wind Forces of eight Beaufort the barge passed the platforms and drifted towards Texel. At midnight it was about 20 kilometers from the coast. Svitzer Salvage and the Noordzee Helikopters Vlaanderen were waiting for a possibility to transfer a crew aboard. The "Amaranth Ievoli" managed to conntect a towing wire with the assistance of a Coast Guard helicopter in the morning of Oct 22. It was decided to pull the barge to IJmuiden. Dutch Report and photos: https://twitter.com/Kustwacht_NL?original_referer=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.kustwacht.nl%... www.tugspotters.c...

 Thean1  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Vessel distressed off Terneuzen
Tugs of Multraship in Terneuzen assisted the "The-An 1", 762 ts (EU-No.: 02311446), on the Wester Scheldt off Terneuzen on Oct 22, 2014. The ship was deeply loaded and with open hatches underway from to Hansweert. The ship had on board a family with children and was pushed towards the coast. The tugs "Multratug 19", "Multratug 22" and "Multratug 26" succeeded to establish a towing connection and pulled the vessel to Terneuzen.

 Go26 Arendjan  (Fischfangboot)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Fishing vessel sheltered in Scheveningen
The "Arend-Jan - GO 26" suffered problems with the pulse trawl in bad weather on Oct 22, 2014, and had to return to port in the afternoon. As its base Ijmuiden was too far away for a safe return, the ship headed to Scheveningen where it moored at 3.20 p.m. On Oct 23 at 3 a.m. the vessel returned to the fishing grounds in the Northsea. Dutch report with photo: www.schuttevaer.n...

 Merlin  (Bagger)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Wreck turned upright
The "Merlin" finally has been turned upright until the evening of Oct 21. Salvage work was then interrupted due to an upcoming storm and the wreck secured. Next the still flooded hull was to be dewatered and the ship investigated by the Swiss prosecutors. Swiss report with photos: bazonline.ch/base...

 Baltic Betina  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

90 meter long cargo ship lost power outside Sirevag
The cargo ship "Baltic Betina" were stalling west of Sirevag just before 22.00 hrs on Oct. 17. An hour later the situation was under control. - The situation was not dramatic, says the Rescue Coordination Centre in southern Norway to Aftonbladet late Friday night. The lifeboat "Peter Henry von Koss" from Egersund reached the 90-meter cargo ship. Just above at 23 hrs they were attached a towing spite between the boats and the boat are now transported to the port. - Was the situation ever dramatic? - No, the wind and current carried the ship along the coast to the north, and it was more than three miles from shore.

 Fugro Discovery  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

2nd Ship to Join Hunt for Missing Malaysian Plane
A second ship was preparing to join the hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 in a remote patch of the Indian Ocean on Wednesday, as Malaysia's defense minister expressed confidence the plane will be found. The Fugro Discovery, provided by Dutch contractor Fugro, was scheduled to arrive in the search zone about 1,800 kilometers (1,100) miles west of Australia on Wednesday, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau said in a statement. The GO Phoenix, a Malaysian ship that has been combing the area since early October, is in the Western Australian city of Fremantle getting fresh supplies. Malaysian Defense Minister Hishammuddin Hussein, who was in Australia to greet the GO Phoenix during its return to port, said everything possible was being done to find the Boeing 777, which inexplicably disappeared on March 8 during a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board. "We must continue to hope because sometimes hope is all we have," he said. "We will find MH370." The search ships are dragging sonar devices called towfish through the water about 100 meters (330 feet) above the seabed to hunt for the wreckage. The towfish, which are also equipped with jet fuel sensors, transmit data in real-time to those on board the vessels.

vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

First vessel makes a call to DP World's new container terminal in Jebel Ali
DP World has on Oct. 22 welcomed the first scheduled vessel to call at its new Container Terminal 3 in Jebel Ali, Dubai, as it gears up to serve customers at the state - of - the - art facility, the company said in its press release. Once fully operational next year, the world’s most modern container terminal will add a further 4 million TEU (twenty - foot equivalent container units) capacity to the port, taking total handling capacity at Jebel Ali to 19 million TEU. With its 21st Century infrastructure and 18 metre draft, Terminal 3 gives Jebel Ali the ability to handle more of the new generation mega vessels, and as many as 10 Ultra Large Container Ships (ULCS) at the same time. Terminal 3 represents innovation and technology , featuring 19 of the world’s largest and most modern quay cranes remotely operated from a sophisticated control room off the quayside , in safety and comfort, largely by Emirati nationals, including females, who will also make up the majority of the 50 Automated Rail Mounted Gantry crane (ARMG) operations team.

 Mutriba  (Tanker)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Mutriba joins KOTC fleet
Classification society ClassNK has completed work on the 31,445GT product tanker Mutriba - built by Hyundai Mipo for the Kuwait Oil Tanker Company (KOTC) and now officially delivered to KOTC at a ceremony held in Kuwait. Mutriba is the fourth and final medium range product tanker to be constructed.

 Tystie  (Schlepper)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Towing Disabled Dutch Cargo Ship Myrte Off Scotland After Fire
A Dutch cargo ship was adrift overnight in the North Sea after a small engine room fire disabled the vessel off Shetland’s Fair Isle. According to media reports, the Dutch-flagged general cargo ship MV Myrte suffered an engine room fire late Tuesday (Oct. 21) afternoon while underway approximately 12 miles southeast of Fair Isle, leaving the ship without propulsion with nine crewmembers onboard. A harbor tug from Sullom Voe, the MV Tystie, was able to attach to the vessel Wednesday morning and is towing the disabled ship to Britain’s Lerwick Harbour. The 7,100 DWT MV Myrte was traveling from Invergordon to Lerwick with a cargo of pipes for the oil industry when it broke down, BBC reports

 Myrte  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Disabled Dutch Cargo Ship Under Tow Off Scotland After Fire
A Dutch cargo ship was adrift overnight in the North Sea after a small engine room fire disabled the vessel off Shetland’s Fair Isle. According to media reports, the Dutch-flagged general cargo ship MV Myrte suffered an engine room fire late Tuesday afternoon while underway approximately 12 miles southeast of Fair Isle, leaving the ship without propulsion with nine crewmembers onboard. A harbor tug from Sullom Voe, the MV Tystie, was able to attach to the vessel Wednesday morning and is towing the disabled ship to Britain’s Lerwick Harbour. The 7,100 DWT MV Myrte was traveling from Invergordon to Lerwick with a cargo of pipes for the oil industry when it broke down, BBC reports. www.bbc.com/news/...

 Malaspina  (Passagierschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Alaska State Ferry Crew Rescues Fisherman in B.C. Waters
The crew of an Alaska state ferry came to the aid of a Canadian fisherman whose vessel had sunk off British Columbia early Saturday, but tragically two others are missing and presumed dead. According to Alaska Dispatch News, the Alaska Alaska Marine Highway System ferry Malaspina diverted from its route to responded to a distress call at approximately 1:30 a.m. Saturday reporting that a vessel, described almost as a landing craft or barge, had capsized with three people onboard about three miles north of Campbell River on Vancouver Island. The crew of the ferry arrived in the area and launched a small rescue craft to search the nearby waters, eventually finding one of the men. The capsized vessel and the two others, however, were no where to be found. A search of the area has so far turned up empty and divers were expected to begin searching the sunken vessel on Tuesday. The vessel was only about a half mile from shore when it capsized, according to reports. The Malaspina was on a routine trip from Bellingham, WA to Ketchikan, AK when it answered the distress call and it continued its service later Saturday morning. gcaptain.com/alas...

 Oceanland  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von BerndU

arrived Scrapyard anchorage
arrived Chittagong anchorage 22.10.14

 Gui Shun  (Frachtschiff)
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arrived Scrapyard anchorage
arrived Chittagong anchorage 21.10.14

 Adi  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von BerndU

beached
beached at Aliaga 22.10.14

 Anja Funk  (Frachtschiff)
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beached
beached at Aliaga 22.10.14

 Hyundai Glory  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Hapag-Lloyd to merge the New York Express and South China Express
Hapag-Lloyd, as part of its Winter Program, will merge the New York Express (NYE) and South China Express (SCE) services, the company said in its press release. NYE and SCE will be consolidated into a ‘NYE/SCE Combo’ sling with the following rotation:Xiamen • Kaohsiung • Hong Kong • Yantian • Shanghai (Yangshan) • Busan • Manzanillo (PA) • Kingston • Savannah • Charleston • New York • Norfolk • Jacksonville • Kingston • Manzanillo (PA) • Balboa • Busan • Xiamen Last NYE sailing: Hyundai Integral Voyage 042 E/B ETA Kaohsiung October 26, 2014 W/B ETA Savannah November 24, 2014 Last SCE sailing: ZIM Barcelona Voyage 050 E/B ETA Xiamen October 21, 2014 W/B ETA Savannah November 23, 2014 First ‘NYE/SCE combo’ sailing: Hyundai Glory Voyage 065 E/B ETA Xiamen October 30, 2014 W/B ETA Savannah December 1, 2014 The ‘NYE/SCE combo’ will operate for a period as determined by the market conditions.

 Macoco  (Passagierschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Catamaran Passenger Ferries Delivered in Angola
Incat Crowther announced the delivery a pair of 30m catamaran passenger ferries, Macôco and Panguila, to Instituto Marítimo e Portuário de Angola. The vessels, built by Astilleros Armon in Spain, will be operated by subsidiary TMA Express. Macôco and Panguila are the first deliveries in an aggressive infrastructure-building project that also includes a pair of 36m ferries – also constructed by Astilleros Armon - to be delivered shortly. Additionally, a 20m Catamaran Buoy Workboat is also being constructed by the yard Instituto Hidrográfico e de Sinalização Maritíma de Angola. The 136-passenger ferries are IMO HSC Passenger (A) certified and Angola flagged, highlighting Incat Crowther’s expertise with international regulations and classification societies. With a multi-lingual staff over three offices, Incat Crowther was also well positioned to service a Spanish-speaking yard and Portuguese-speaking client.

 Ljubica  (Fischfangboot)
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Zamakona Yards Delivers Tuna Freezer Vessel
Zamakona Yards on Oct. 21 celebrated in Getxo (Bizkaia) the delivery of the tuna freezer vessel LJUBICA, their latest construction to the owner group Jadran based in Ecuador and Panamá.

vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Port of Hamburg launches Ebola checks
German gateway will quarantine ships if inspections spot seafarers with symptoms.

 Bluff
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Second mobile harbour crane upgrades South Port NZ Ltd (South Port), located at Bluff
A second German-made Liebherr LHM 550 mobile harbour crane is in operation at New Zealand's most southerly box port, joining another that's been in service since 2010, reports the Otago Daily Times, serving the Dunedin area on New Zealand's South Island. South Port NZ Ltd (South Port), located at Bluff, will be used for container handling for Mediterranean Shipping Co, the harbour's biggest customer. "Six or seven years ago we were handling 8,000-10,000 TEU annually. Last financial year that was up to 32,000 TEU and we are expecting that to increase again in the next 12 months," said South Port cargo chief Geoff Finnerty

vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Russia’s Novorossiisk bunker fuel operations disrupted by bad weather
Bunker fuel operations in the Russian Black Sea port of Novorossiisk have been disrupted by difficult weather and high seas, sources said Tuesday. “We are able to supply inside the port, but not at the anchorage. We are expecting bad weather throughout the week,” a trader said.

 Conrad S  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

CMA CGM upgrades its Cagema Main Liner service
CMA CGM is pleased to announce major changes brought to its Cagema Main Liner service. As from MV CONRAD S voy. UA907S, in New York on October 26th, 2014, the Cagema Main Liner rotation will be revised to fit with customers’ requirements and become the only line in the market offering weekly direct connections to Jamaica, Trinidad, Dominican Republic from US East Coast and South Florida markets in the same rotation. Transit time from US East Coast and South Florida to Trinidad will be improved by 4 days: Miami (Friday until 7PM) to Point Lisas (Thursday PM) in 6 days, cargo being available in Trinidad on Friday. The new rotation will be the following: New York City (Sun) – Savannah (Wed) – Miami (Fri) – Kingston (Mon) – Point Lisas (Thu) – Port of Spain (Fri) – Rio Haina (Mon) – New York City (Sun)

 Aqaba
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Trade union wins in Aqaba dispute
The ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) is pleased to announce that port workers at the Aqaba Container Terminals (ACT) facility in Jordan run by APM Terminals have gained a victory following international protests against a police roundup of union members. Workers represented by the ITF-affiliated General Union of Port Workers went on strike last week over contract changes and ACT management’s failure to negotiate a collective bargaining agreement due since July. Almost as soon as the strike began police raided the site and arrested 150, including the union’s leaders. Despite this and the attempted pre-prepared use of strikebreakers, the union – buoyed by support from the ITF and its affiliated unions in the region and globally – maintained its strike. It has now won its case, including the company’s waiving all penalties imposed during the strike, in particular rescinding 23 sackings; and a renewed commitment from the Jordanian government to have its grievances addressed by the national labour court

vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Qatargas celebrates 5000th loading by Ras Laffan Terminal
Qatargas achieved yet another significant milestone when its Ras Laffan Terminal Operations (RLTO) celebrated the loading of its 5000th cargo on the 13th of October. This is the equivalent of more than two billion barrels of product. The 5000th cargo also marks the first cargo of ultra-low Sulfur diesel from Ras Laffan Port

 Kuwait
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Kuwait halts sea navigation due to bad weather
Kuwait halted maritime traffic in its three sea ports due to deteriorating weather conditions, the Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) reported. Navigation stopped at the Al-Shuwaikh, Al-Shuaiba and Al-Doha ports for safety reasons due to lack of horizontal visibility and after wind speed had reached 37 nautical knots, Director of Sea Operations at Al-Shuwaikh Port reported.

 Ensco 104  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Lifeboat Failure Leads to Fatalities Aboard Ensco Rig
Two crew members aboard the Ensco-104 jack-up rig were killed on Saturday, 18 October when the lifeboat they were working on unexpectedly let go and fell to the water 150 feet below. The incident occurred just after 2300. According to a gCaptain source, a work permit and job safety analysis (JSA) was present at the scene of the incident. The rig, under contract to SapuraKencana offshore Malaysia, has been shut down until an investigation into the matter has been completed.

 C-retriever  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Chevron and Edison Chouest Face Lawsuit Over Kidnapping of Supply Boat Captain
Nearly a year to the day after Edison Chouest’s supply vessel C-Retriever was hijacked and its captain and chief engineer kidnapped off Nigeria, a lawsuit has been filed in Houston against the two companies for gross negligence and failure to “take appropriate remedial measures to protect its employees,” namely Captain Wren Thomas. In October 2013, Captain Thomas spent 18 days in a jungle hideout under the watchful eye of drugged-out armed pirates who, to put it lightly, threatened him with severe bodily harm or death on an hourly basis. The injuries he came home with have made it impossible to continue his career as a merchant mariner and caused unspeakable mental anguish. Thomas’ lawsuit highlights a series of anonymous death threats that he received and specific kidnapping threats that were made to Edison Chouest in advance of his eventual kidnapping. He alleges that following these threats not enough was done to protect him and his crew from attack and that he and his colleagues on other Edison Chouest (ECO) supply boats were simply told to “stay very vigilant at all times and review . . . Security plans.” 17 specific items are listed in the lawsuit that support Captain Thomas’ claim, but perhaps the most shocking issue is that to date, the owner of ECO, Gary Chouest, has never called Captain Thomas regarding the incident or phoned his wife or his family during his captivity. Additionally, the suit notes that Gary Chouest and managers have refused any and all phone calls from Thomas’s two sons that reside in Louisiana. gcaptain.com/chev...

vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Vessels arriving from West Africa As per a circular issued by Turkey's Directorate General of Health for Border and Coastal Areas, vessels entering Turkish waters from Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ghana and Nigeria are prohibited from having contact for any matters like crew change, provision supply, bunkering, FW supplies, etc. Contact with such vessels is considered to be highly risky due to Ebola. Contact will only be allowed after 21 days of sailing from port in the above-mentioned countries.

vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Lock closure in Brunsbüttel from Nov. 10 until Nov.14
According to WSA news bulletin, From 10.11.14 until abt. 14.11.14 the great north lock will be closed to all traffic during daytime working hours, due to maintenance works.

vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Lock closure in Brunsbüttel from Nov. 4 until Nov.6
According to WSA news bulletin, From 04.11.14 until abt. 06.11.14 the great south lock will be closed to all traffic during daytime working hours, due to maintenance works.

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Lock closure in Brunsbüttel from Oct. 27 until Oct. 31
According to WSA news bulletin, From 27.10.14 until abt. 31.10.14 the great north lock will be closed to all traffic during daytime working hours, due to diver works.

 Icy Mist  (Fischfangboot)
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Coast Guard Medevacs Crewmember from F/V Icy Mist
A crewmember aboard the Icy Mist, a 58-foot fishing vessel, suffered injuries while loading crab pots 150 miles to the south of Sand Point on Sunday evening (Oct. 19). The Coast Guard was notified of the incident and the man’s injuries and it was deemed a medvac was necessary. After the duty flight surgeon recommended the medevac, a Jayhawk was dispatched to the area. The helicopter dispatched from the Coast Guard’s FOL in Cold Bay. When the helicopter arrived on the scene, the injured fisherman was hoisted aboard and transported to Cold Bay. At the clinic there, the fisherman was reported as stable and coherent. “This case was the first for our FOL Cold Bay aircrews this season and demonstrates the importance of our seasonal deployments,” said Lt. j.g. Joey Schlosser, command duty officer, Coast Guard 17th District. “Forward operating locations enables us to reduce emergency response times and allows us to transport mariners in distress to medical care as quickly as possible.” The f/v Icy Mist is no stranger to mishap. It was on February 25, 2009 that the vessel was grounded on the northwest shore of Akutan. The Coast Guard responded to the scene at that time as well, and transported the crew, who had abandoned ship during a storm with reported winds in excess of 120 mph. The crew was transported by helicopter to Dutch Harbor during that incident.

 Stove Transport  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Medevac off Port Elizabeth
Port Elizabeth sea rescue volunteers on Oct 20 medevaced Flipino crew member of bulk carrier STOVE TRANSPORT with kidney stones diagnosis, some 2 nm offshore. He was transferred to a hospital. STOVE TRANSPORT is en route from Dakar to Malaysia.

 Lenaneft 2013  (Tanker)
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Tanker suffers hull breach after running aground on river Lena
Tanker Lenaneft-2013 ran aground in the morning Oct 19 on 2644 kilometer mark, river Lena, ballasting from Yakutsk to Peledui port. Vessel suffered hull breach in engine room area.

 Truong Hai  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Small chinese ore carrier sinks on river Yangtze
A cargo ship carrying ore sank in the Yangtze River in Yichang, central China's Hubei Province, on Oct 21. The ten crew members were rescued.

 X Press 27  (Tanker)
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Offshore supply tug badly damaged after collision with LPG tanker Royal Jade
LPG tanker Royal Jade collided with offshore supply tug X PRESS 27 on Fujairah Road on Oct 17, UAE, Gulf of Oman. X PRESS 27 said to be badly damaged, vessel partially sank, crew rescued, three of them were injured.

 Nicola  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Disabled off Pentland Firth, Scotland, rescued by tug Herakles
The 95 meter long, 5050 dwt general cargo vessel Nicola became disabled on Oct. 19 off Pentland Firth, Scotland. The Nicola had suffered engine failure and gone adrift near Strathy Point. The crew alerted authorities who dispatched the Coastguard tug Herakles to the scene. The tug took the Nicola under tow and proceeded to Scapa Flow. No reports of injuries to the 8 crew, damage or pollution released. More to read at forargyll.com/201...

 Stena Superfast VIII  (Passagierschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Vessel adrift in port of Belfast, No reports of injuries, damage or pollution
The 203 meter long, 5990 dwt ro-ro passenger ferry Stena Superfast VIII went adrift while in the port of Belfast, Northern Ireland. The vessel had drifted from its berth with 18 passengers and 55 crew when the area was struck by a severe Atlantic storm from the remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo. Tugs were dispatched and were able to maneuver the ferry back to its berth. No reports of injuries, damage or pollution released. More at www.belfasttelegr...

 Songa Dee  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Songa Offshore Rig Suffers Engine Failure
Norwegian offshore driller Songa Offshore suffered an engine failure on its Songa Dee rig during a yard stay and the vessel will not leave the yard until Nov. 7, later than originally expected, it said on Monday.The firm added that the rig has achieved its certification on hull and structure during a Special Periodic Survey and its blowout preventer has been overhauled.The rig's survey, which started on Aug. 24, was scheduled for 60 days and it was seen back in operation by late October. Source : Rigzone

 Crown Sapphire  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Global recognition for rescue crew
The maritime industry has recognised the oldest obligation of the sea with an award for rescue at sea. The Lloyds List Global Awards, presented in London on 30 September, bestowed the Amver Assisted Rescue at Sea Award on the crew of the specialised reefer ship Crown Sapphire for their successful rescue of two sailors from a yacht in the Atlantic Ocean in March 2014. The rescue was accomplished in treacherous weather conditions. Captain Wig, the Crown Sapphire’s commander with almost 25 years’ experience as a captain, gave the order to alter course towards the distressed sailing vessel's position to provide assistance / rescue. Despite the adverse weather conditions, Captain Wig skilfully manoeuvred the Crown Sapphire to a safe position near the sailing yacht to initiate the rescue operations. The crew of the Crown Sapphire had already prepared the rescue gear and were able to safely rescue the sailors. All rescue efforts are important, no matter how small, but to be singled out for their efforts is a compliment to the dedication and professionalism of crew members. Chief Officer Gennady Dubinin was a special guest at Wallem Group’s table at the Awards, and was on stage, along with Wallem Group CEO Simon Doughty, to receive the Award on behalf of the Crown Sapphire crew. Crown Sapphire is a specialised reefer ship operated by NYKCool AB, owned by NYK Reefers Ltd., and managed by Wallem Ship Management.




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