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 Banasa  (Passagierschiff)
vor 2 Std von BerndU

beached
beached at Aliaga 27.08.15

 Sunrise2000  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 2 Std von BerndU

beached
beached at Aliaga 27.08.15

 MS Kerci  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 2 Std von Timsen

Crew members of dive vessel injured in pipeline rupture
Two crew members of the "Ms. Kerci" were injured after a natural gas pipeline ruptured about 25 miles south of Marsh Island. The rupture caused the pipeline to catch fire, and two crew members aboard the vessel were injured and escorted to Houma. Watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector New Orleans received notification of the rupture and subsequent fire around 8:30 p.m. on Aug 26, 2015, and launched a HC-144 Ocean Sentry fixed-wing aircraft crew from Aviation Training Center Mobile to monitor the situation. The fire has since been extinguished. The "Ms. Kerci was working on the pipeline at the time of the rupture. The pipeline's owner, Boardwalk/Gulf South Pipeline Co., sent out a second vessel to repair the ruptured pipeline.

vor 10 Std von arnekiel

Dead whale found off Alameda, dragged through bay on ship’s bow
Federal officials were trying to figure out how to remove a dead whale that was found floating in the Oakland Estuary off an Alameda dock on Wednesday and could disrupt Port of Oakland traffic. The whale, whose type was not immediately identified by the U.S. Coast Guard, appears to have been dragged into San Francisco Bay from the open ocean by a container ship this week, said Lt. J.G. Aulner. Whether the ship struck and killed the animal, or came across it after it died, was not immediately known. In fact, crew members didn’t even know they had apparently pushed the marine mammal through the Golden Gate. “The ship accepted tugs on the way in and they were told there was a whale on the bulbous bow,” said Aulner. The animal is believed to have sunk when it neared Alameda on Monday. But as it decomposed, it resurfaced. Coast Guard officials said it’s uncommon to find dead whales in the bay. www.sfgate.com/ba...

 Savona
vor 10 Std von arnekiel

APM Terminals offloads Gioia Tauro container hub and bets on Savona Vado
Exactly 15 years after landing in Southern Italy’s main container hub, APM Terminals has now decided to sell its 33% stake in the Medcenter Container Terminal based in Gioia Tauro. The company from now will be jointly owned by Contship Italia (Eurogate Group) and Gitaurco Ltd (Msc Group). Terms of sale and price were not officially disclosed. “The sale of our 33% share in Medcenter is based on a business decision to divest a non-core asset so we can focus on our core business” Tom Boyd, APM Terminals external communications director, explains to Splash. “Currently we are building Italy’s port of the future called APM Terminals Vado, a deepwater port in Savona (Northern Italy) that will serve supply chains for markets in Italy, Southern France, Switzerland and Bavaria (Germany)” adds Carlo Merli, Ceo of APM Terminals Vado. APM Terminals Vado will open in January 2018 with 800,000 teu annual capacity and a 17 meter depth to serve the last generation of container vessels. Few weeks ago APM also took over Reefer Terminal from GF Group, a port infrastructure located adjacent to the construction site of the Vado new terminal project. splash247.com/apm...

 Rhenus Duisburg  (Frachtschiff)
vor 10 Std von arnekiel

First ship with Van der Velden® FLEX Tunnel commissioned into service
The first ship outfitted with the Van der Velden® FLEX Tunnel was named Friday, August 14th in Duisburg. The Rhenus Duisburg, the new barge combination from shipping company Rhenus PartnerShip, has been put through extensive tests and trials. Much data has been collected so as to establish the appropriate and ultimate efficiency of the Van der Velden® FLEX Tunnel. The system developed by Van der Velden offers advantages for barges in terms of speed, capacity, propulsion, manoeuvrability and fuel economy. Photo report on www.hellenicshipp...

 Ningbo
vor 10 Std von arnekiel

Ningbo Port to break the 20 million TEUs mark
At the mobilization meeting jointly held by Ningbo Municipal Trade Union and Ningbo Port Group on the afternoon of August 21, it is proposed for the first time that Ningbo Port will accomplish the task of an annual container throughput of over 20 million TEUs in 2015. The mobilization meeting urges all the staff members to improve their skills, innovation, management, services and working security in the following five months, in order to complete the target of 20 million TEUs by the end of this year. According to statistics, over the first seven months of 2015, Ningbo Port has completed a container throughtput of 11.01 million TEUs, up by 8.9% over the same period of last year, with the growth rate ranking No.1 among all the national ports. Despite the gradual decrease of exports caused by the gloomy external economic conditions, the port is confident in accomplishing the task of 20 million TEUS by the end of this year. Source: Ningbo Life

vor 10 Std von arnekiel

Kolkata Port wins recognition
Kolkata Port (KoPT) has been adjudged ‘Major Port of the Year’ amongst 12 major ports for 2014-15. The award was in recognition of its impressive growth rate in volumes, optimising capacity utilisation, growth in output per berth, and customer satisfaction, KoPT said in a release. KoPT consists of the Kolkata Dock System and the Haldia Dock Complex. According to the port trust release, KoPT handled 16.834 mt of traffic in the April to July period of 2015 against 13.698 mt handled in April-July 2014, thereby indicating a growth of 23 per cent. This came against Indian major ports together experiencing a growth of 5.8 per cent during this period. Haldia Dock Complex handled 11.636 mt of traffic in April-July 2015 recording a significant growth of 26.64 per cent as against 9.188 mt handled in the same period last year. During the same period, Kolkata Dock System (KDS) handled 5.198 mt of traffic, a growth of 15.25 per cent over the 4.51 mt handled in April-July period.

vor 10 Std von arnekiel

Premiere for new service to Asia
Up to now, Sweden has had just one direct container service to the Far East – the weekly service operated from Gothenburg by MSC and Maersk Line. Tomorrow a second service will be added. The international G6 Alliance has invested heavily in a direct freight service between Sweden and Asia. The new service is definitely in keeping with the times. APM Terminals is well prepared following a series of new investments and an upgraded terminal, making it possible to receive ships and volumes of this size. Service operated by six shipping companies - The G6 Alliance comprises the Singapore-based company APL, the Korean company Hyundai, the Japanese companies MOL and NYK, the German company Hapag Lloyd and the Hong Kong-based company OOCL. The last time the G6 Alliance operated out of Gothenburg was in 2012.

vor 10 Std von arnekiel

Explosion at Petrobras Bunker Fuel Plant Kills Two
RIO DE JANEIRO, Aug 26 (Reuters) – A heating unit at a Petrobras depot in Brazil used to treat fuel for ocean-going ships exploded on Wednesday, killing two workers, the state-run oil company said in a statement. The blast and resulting fire broke out about 10 a.m. (1300 GMT) while workers were doing planned maintenance on the heating unit, said the press office of BR Distribuidora SA, the fuels distribution unit of Petroleo Brasileiro SA, as Petrobras is formally known. The heating unit is used to raise the temperature and reduce the viscosity of bunker fuel, a heavy, sludgy refined petroleum product similar to heating oil. Heating the fuel makes it easier to load aboard ships. The fire at the naval-fuels depot at the Port of Tubarão near Vitória, Brazil, was brought under control by on-site firefighters and presents no immediate risk to anyone in the vicinity, BR Distribuidora said in a statement. The names of the dead workers were not immediately available, it said. The fire is the third fatal accident this year at facilities owned by or operated on behalf of Petrobras in Brazil’s Espirito Santo state, the country’s second-highest oil and natural gas producer after neighbor Rio de Janeiro. Combined, the accidents have killed 13 and injured at least 26. gcaptain.com/expl...

 Kbv 001  (SAR-Schiff)
vor 12 Std von Timsen

Patrol boat recovered more than 50 dead migrants
On Aug 25, 2015, the "Poseidon" found the bodies of more than 50 migrants in the hold of a vessel off the coast of Libya. During the operation around 430 migrants were saved. The "Poseidon" was already rescuing 130 migrants from a raft north of Libya's coast when it got a call to assist a nearby wooden ship. The Swedes rescued 439 survivors from the wooden boat then looked for the bodies. The crew had to cut up the deck of the wooden boat to get to the bodies) in a safe way. The victims probably died of asphyxiation. The corpses were placed in body bags to make sure they didn't come into contact with the survivors. In addition to the 51 dead discovered by the "Poseidon" crew, three women were found dead in another migrant boat and another corpse was found during the 10 rescue operations that were launched the same day. Reports with photos and video: www.aol.com/artic... www.theguardian.c...

 L.e. Niamh  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 12 Std von Timsen

Patrol boat saved 551 migrants
The "LE Niamh" has rescued 551 people from a wooden barge off the Libyan coast on Aug 26, 2015, and took them to Trapani. The patrol ship was tasked by the Italian Marine Rescue Co-ordination Centre to investigate the sighting of a possible migrant vessel 55 km north of Zuwarah. It deployed two rigid inflatable boats to investigate a vessel, described as a fishing boat, with about 700 people on board. The Italian MRCC tasked another four vessels to help the Naval patrol ship in the complex rescue. The "LE Niamh" took 394 men, 96 women and 71 children aboard and gave food, water and medical assistance where required.

 Voorwaartsvoorwaarts  (Passagierschiff)
vor 12 Std von Timsen

Allision in Leeuwarden
On Aug 27, 21015, at 10 a.m. the "Voorwaarts Voorwarts" got stuck at the Noorder bridge in the Noorderstadsgracht in Leeuwarden. The rigging got entangled in the lifted bridge, and both masts of the ship broke. The master suffered injuries by falling debris. The second man remained uninjured. About 15 minutes after getting stuck the ship came loose and moored at the quay. Dutch reports with photos and video: www.lc.nl/friesla... www.dvhn.nl/nieuw... www.lc.nl/friesla... https://www.youtube.com/w...

 Michipicoten  (Frachtschiff)
vor 12 Std von Timsen

Bulkcarrier assisted distressed yacht
The "Michipicoten" provided a lee for a distressed sailboat in adverse weather on Aug 26, 2015, 18 miles east of Alpena, Michigan in Lake Huron. The area was under a small-craft advisory with reported on-scene conditions of 20-25 knots and waves 6-7 feet, and the U.S. Coast Guard, the Alpena Sheriff's Department and several good Samaritans were assisting two men aboard the 42-foot sailboat that began taking on water. Shortly after 9 a.m., watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, received a call from the sailboat 18 nautical miles east of Alpena in Lake Huron. The men stated they were currently using a hand pump to dewater the vessel. Sector Sault dispatched a crew from the Coast Guard Station Alpena aboard a 25-foot response boat, a crew from Coast Guard Station St. Ignace, Michigan, aboard a 45-foot response boat and a crew from Coast Guard Air Station Traverse City, Michigan, aboard a Dolphin helicopter. They also issued an urgent marine information broadcast advising mariners in the area of the situation. The "Michipicoten" and a 45-foot pleasure craft responded to the broadcast along with the Alpena Sheriff's Department. Just after 11 a.m., the Traverse City aircrew arrived on scene and lowered a rescue swimmer and a dewatering pump to the vessel. After arriving aboard, the swimmer was made aware that one of the men had a history of heart problems and was beginning to experience chest pains. Not long after, the man started to lose consciousness. The crew medically evacuated the man to Alpena Regional Medical Center. His condition is currently unknown. The crew aboard the 25-foot response boat arrived just before 11:30 a.m, and began to assist with the dewatering process. Just after noon, the crew aboard the 45-foot response boat arrived on scene, placed the sailboat in tow and are currently en route to Thunder Bay Harbor in Alpena. Report with photos: www.uscgnews.com/...

 Costa Mediterranea  (Passagierschiff)
vor 13 Std von Timsen

Floating crane dealt with crashed tender
On Aug 26 the "Costa Mediterranea" continued its cruise from Kotor after the floating crane "Teg 25" from Split with the tug ""Vruljica" put the crashed tender biat 6 (CS IBCF) back in place. Work had started on Aug 25 at 5 p.m. The ship was expected back in Trieste as scheduled for next voyage starting on Aug 29. The tender which was cut at the bottom will be repaired. Photos: www.shipspotting.... www.shipspotting....

 Arklow Brave  (Frachtschiff)
vor 13 Std von Timsen

Arklow Brave located missing crab boat without skipper
On Aug 25, 2015, at 6:05 p.m., the "Arklow Brave" located a crab boat which was drifting almost 20 kilometers SW of the Glénan archipelago in the area where the fishing vessel "Ar Morvran" was missing. In approaching it, the crew of the freighter confirmed the identity of the vessel but did not see anyone aboard. At 2.05 p.m., the CROSS Etel had been contacted by a witness who was concerned about the fishing vessel and its skipper. After contacting the family of the owner of the ship, several shore, the semaphore Beg-Meil and witnesses at sea and on land, the CROSS got the confirmation that the 9-m-ship had sailed from Port-La-Forêt at 9.35 a.m. with one person on board. It attempted to establish radio contact with the fisherman, which was without success. The CROSS Etel started Mayday Relay broadcast messages to all ships in the region to ask them to perform a proper lookout. The "SNS 297" of the lifeboat station Fouesnant, a Lynx helicopter of the Navy, two fishing vessels from the port of Port-La-Forêt, the "SNS 140" of the lifeboat station Loctudy and a Dragon 29 helicopter of the civil security started an SAR operation. After the "Arklow Brave" reported its findings, the Dragon 29 helicopter arrived at 6:27 p.m., right in time to attend the sinking of the "Morvan Ar" in rough sea conditions. The helicopter crew immediately attempted to locate the fisherman, but without success. The helicopter left the area soon after. A Cayman 33E helicopter of the Navy resumed the search at 7:14 p.m. At 10:05 p.m., in the absence of new information and after consultation with the Director of the CROSS Etel, the search was suspended.

 Mineral Faith  (Frachtschiff)
vor 13 Std von Timsen

Grounding in Suez Canal
On Aug 25, at 2.30 p.m. the "Mineral Faith" ran aground at km mark 101 ain the Suez Canal. In the midday hours of Aug 26 the bulkcarrier was still aground, bu the ship did not hamper passing traffic any more. The vessel was en route from Narvik to Suez.

 Divine  (Frachtschiff)
vor 13 Std von Timsen

Divers patched leak in ballast tank
On Aug 26, 2015, divers of the company "Hansataucher“ from Hamburg were called to patch a leak in the hull of the "Divine" which was still being detained in the communal port of Rendsburg in the Kiel Canal. They welded a leak in a ballst tank with a size of six centimeters. The four divers also carried out a complete bottom survey during the night hours which took about 10 hours. German report with photo: www.shz.de/lokale...

 Bei Lun Hai 36  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von BerndU

arrived Jiangyin scrapyard
arrived Jiangyin scrapyard 06.07.15

 Kishore  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Bulkcarrier assisted distressed yacht
On Aug 24, 2015, at 5.40 pm. the NSRI Durban duty crew was activated by the Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) following a request for assistance from the "Kishore" reporting to have diverted from their voyage to investigate after witnessing red distress flares. Upon arrival at the source of the red distress flares they found a couple, and their dog, on the yacht "See Brok", without motor or electrical power and with damage to their Main Sails, and requiring assistance. The "Kishore, which was enroute from Hazira to Saldanha, remained on-site pending Sea Rescue’s arrival. The NSRI Durban launched the lifeboat "Eikos Rescuer II", and on arrival on the scene at approximately 10.45 p.m., a tow-line was rigged and the yacht was towed towards Durban’s Port in rough sea conditions with a 15 to 20 knot North Easterly wind and 3 meter swell. Both on board the yacht and their dog were reported to be safe. The "Kishore" was released to continue on her voyage. On Aug 25 at 10.30 a.m. with an estimated arrival time at the Port of Durban at midday, the crew aboard the "See Brok" reported their yacht to be taking water and sinking. The sea rescue craft attempted to get pumps onto the yacht but shortly thereafter the couple and their dog abandoned their yacht and were rescued aboard the sea rescue craft. The couple and their dog, a Schnauzer, were all wearing life-jackets and were not injured. The yacht sunk. The couple and their dog were brought safely into Port and the South African Maritime Safety Authority and police started investigating the incident. The couple, Mr and Mrs Lubbe, originally from Cape Town, stated that their yacht got into difficulty shortly after launching from Zululand Yacht Club, Richards Bay, where they are residents on their yacht, on Aug 23. They drifted without motor or electrical power, under a make-shift sail before setting off red distress flares on Aug 24 around 4 p.m. to attract the attention of the "Kishore" that was passing nearby at the time. Report with photos: www.nsri.org.za/2...

 Bluenose II  (Segelschiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Sailings cancelled due to steering problem
Sailings on the "Bluenose II" were cancelled on Aug 25 and 26, 2015, because of a steering problem. Maintenance crews were being called in to assess the issue and make repairs. It’s the second time sailings have been cancelled on account of steering issues since the province’s sailing ambassador returned to the water in summer. One sailing was cancelled in late July because of a problem with the ship’s steering pump. The next scheduled sailings were on Aug 27. Anyone booked to sail that day will be notified if that is to change.

 Ullensvang  (Passagierschiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Trouble with control system
The "Ullensvang" had to be taken out of the service Hareid-Sulesund on Aug 26, 2015, due to trouble with the control system leaving only two ferries on the route.

 Strandebarm  (Passagierschiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Ferry disabled off Bjarkøy
A lifeboat and two ambulance boats assisted the "Strandebarm" in the afternoon of Aug 25, 2015, to get docked at Bjarkøy. The ferry which is running between the islands Grytøy, Bjarkøy and Sandsøy in Harstad had suffered an engine failure. Norwegian report with photo: www.nordlys.no/tr...

 Chartwell  (Bagger)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Bibby HydroMap begins survey operations on LNG project off Morecambe Bay
Bibby HydroMap has begun survey operations on the proposed LNG project off Morecambe Bay in the UK. The complex programme of work comprises geophysical, geotechnical and environmental surveying of the proposed pipeline route to shore and will be tackled using a multi-vessel approach. Bibby HydroMap’s own vessels Chartwell and Eagle will perform the geophysical and environmental scope, acquiring multibeam bathymetry, side scan sonar data, sub-bottom profiler and magnetometer data, alongside benthic grab samples and visual inspection. For the geotechnical aspect of the work, Bibby HydroMap will perform vibrocores to 5m and CPTs to 5m and 20m. www.oilpubs.com/o...

 Hebridean Princess  (Passagierschiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Hebridean Princess to close 2015 season at Port of Milford Haven
Hebridean Island Cruises’ Hebridean Princess is to close the Port of Milford Haven’s 2015 cruise season on 29 August.The ship, which will spend 24 hours at the UK port, will be welcomed by HM Lord Lieutenant of Dyfed; The Honourable Robin Lewis OBE CStJ; Wynne Evans, the chairman of Pembrokeshire County Council; and other civic dignitaries. Hebridean Princess, which carries just 50 guests and 38 crew, will then head to her homeport in Oban, Scotland, stopping off at Holyhead, the Isle of Man and Dublin en route.

 Rathlin Express  (Passagierschiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Assistance for distressed yacht
On Aug 25, 2015, the "Rathlin Express" assisted a distressed 35-fft-yacht with four people on board between Ballycastle and Cushendun. The yacht had suffered damage to its rigging. The "Rathlin Express" was very quickly on the scene to give assistance. Volunteers from Ballycastle Coastguard Rescue Team, Red Bay Inshore Lifeboat and Larne all-weather lifeboat were all tasked to the incident. The boat was escorted by the "Rathlin Express", the Red Bay Lifeboat and the Larne Lifeboat to Glenarm Marina. Report with photo: www.belfasttelegr...

 Kelly C  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Grounding in Ribadeo
The "Kelly C" ran aground in the afternoon of Aug 24, 2015, in the Eo near the port of Ribadeo during a turning manoever while departing from the port in Lugo, where she had arrived on Aug 23 from Ceuta. The grounding was caused by an accumulation of sand on the bottom of the estuary. On Aug 24 at 9.30 p.m. the ship mananged to get out of the shoal assisted by the tug "Gondán". It was carrying 2000 tons of pulp paper. The traffic in the approach of Lugo was disturbed during the salvage work. The ship was inspected by the local authorities before continuing to the port of Marín to complete loading. Spanish reports with photos: www.lavozdegalici... www.elcomercio.es...

 Vos Paradise  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Vroon takes delivery of PSV ‘VOS Paradise’
Vroon took delivery of ‘VOS Paradise’, an ULSTEIN designed platform supply vessel of the PX121 design. The vessel was handed over to Vroon during a ceremony held at Cosco Guangdong Shipyard in China. 'VOS Paradise' is the second of six in a series being built at Cosco. The vessels will be delivered during 2015 and 2016.The PX121 design, with 850 m2 deck space, is an X-BOW® design which ensures reduced and smoother vessel movements in harsher conditions. This provides better operational and fuel-efficiency advantages to the charterer, in combination with high crew-comfort standards. en.portnews.ru/ne...

 Busan
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Typhoon Goni halts bunkering operations at South Korea’s southern ports
Bunkering activities at southern ports in South Korea have come to a standstill due to an approaching typhoon, with traders saying Tuesday that Ulsan, Onsan, Busan and Yosu ports have closed. Busan and Yosu ports were understood to have been closed late Monday and be scheduled to reopen Wednesday. Onsan was also heard to have closed Monday night, but it was unclear when it would reopen, with traders saying authorities would assess the conditions later in the day. It could not be ascertained Tuesday when Ulsan was closed or when it would reopen, although sources said it may follow the same schedule as Onsan. www.platts.com/la...

 Nancy  (Tanker)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Fourth tanker leaves Iranian floating storage since nuclear deal
Another tanker has left Iran’s floating storage fleet, the fourth to detach from one of two flotillas based in the Persian Gulf since Iran’s landmark nuclear deal July 14. The National Iranian Tanker Company-owned Nancy had been observed anchored off Kharg Island for 135 days until August 19, when its AIS-transponder was shut off, making the ship “invisible” to vessel-tracking software. The 2.1 million-barrel vessel then reappeared briefly Sunday in the UAE’s Fujairah waiting zone — where ships often bunker prior to long journeys or conduct ship-to-ship transfers — before going invisible Monday, bound for an unknown destination.

 MSC Oscar  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

MSC announce first sailings on revised Asia trade
Westbound sailings to North Europe and the Mediterranean to start in September. MSC is pleased to announce sailing dates for the new look Asia network which was announced on Monday 17th August. The full service guide can be found here: https://www.msc.com/che/o...

 Songa Endurance  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

South Korea’s DSME delivers midwater rig to Songa Offshore
South Korea’s Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) has delivered midwater rig Songa Endurance to Songa Offshore. The sixth generation, high specification, harsh environment rig will soon depart and sail to Norway to commence an eight-year drilling contract with Statoil. Initially, the rig will work on the Troll Field on the Norwegian continental shelf.

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Turkey’s Albayrak Group to operate Somali’s Mogadishu Port
A signing ceremony was held for the transfer of operations of Mogadishu International Port, located in Somali’s capital Mogadishu, to Turkey’s Albayrak Group, which was attended by Somali Ports Minister Abdurrahman Muallim and Deputy Minister Cemal Buru, representatives from the Albayrak Group and officials from the Turkish Embassy in Mogadishu. Delivering a speech at the ceremony, Minister Muallim said: “The Somali government has officially transferred the operating duty of the port to the Albayrak Group today. We hope the port will develop and reach the standards of world ports in this process.” Stating that employees currently working in the port will continue to work, Muallim noted that the Albayrak Group would contribute to Somali’s economic development. Albayrak Group Chairman Ahmet Albayrak said that they aimed to attract international trade networks to Somali by supporting Mogadishu Port with modern equipment. He also emphasized that 55 percent of the revenue earned from the port would be delivered to the Somali Treasury and the rest would be allocated to development of port services. No further details were shared about the agreement and profit sharing. The Port of Mogadishu was closed in 1991 after the central government fell, and it was re-opened in 1992 by the United Nations Peacekeeping Force, which was sent to the region due to the ongoing civil war. The port, which was closed again in 1995 after the UN Peacekeeping Force left the country, was re-opened in 2006 by the Islamic Courts Union that controls south Somali. Source: Daily Sabah

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Abengoa will build a new port terminal in Uruguay
Abengoa, the company that applies innovative technology solutions for sustainability in the energy and environment sectors, has been awarded the construction of the new port terminal located in Capurro, Montevideo. This project aims at having an exclusive area for the transfer and re-embarkation of fishery products to major international markets and in turn relieve the central docks of the port, seen the increasing activity. Abengoa, with a 50% stake in the winning consortium, will be responsible for drawing up the final design and construction of approximately 1,000 meters of quays for industrial fishing vessels, with the corresponding protection, berthing and defense works. Also, it will fill an area of 2.5 hectares, and will carry out the paving, drainage, power distribution of drinking water and fuel, as well as the dredging of the basin and its final location against the promenade, on an area up to 20 hectares. In this latter work, stands out the use of geocontainer technology. The engineering works are expected to begin in the fourth quarter of 2015, with a deadline of nine months for the drafting and 30 months for its execution. Direct work for 140 people is foreseen. The implementation of this project is aligned with the company’s diversification strategy and reaffirms Abengoa’s leadership in the Uruguayan market, where it has been participating for 35 years in major projects in the country. The company’s experience in the execution of major infrastructure projects stands out. Source: Abengoa

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Cyprus: Minister attempts to avert further port strike
Just the threat of a strike can disturb Cyprus’ economy, Communication and Works Minister Marios Demetriades warned Cyprus Ports Authority (CPA) employees unions on Monday as he attempted to avert the 48-hour strike at the Limassol port announced for August 27 and 28. He met with union representatives who are threatening to strike in protest over what they say is the lack of progress in talks with the government over a voluntary retirement scheme. The government’s position is that CPA employees have no reason to strike as they have been given the option of voluntary retirement or transferring to the civil service on the same salary and benefits once the ports are privatised. The government has also promised to try and have some of them rehired by whatever private company eventually manages the port. At the meeting, Demetriades gave the union representatives in writing all that has been discussed and agreed by the two sides and asked them to submit their comments so that the final text is presented to the cabinet. www.hellenicshipp...

 Cairns
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Revised navigation depths at Cairns
Mariners are advised by GAC to take note of the revised navigation depths at Cairns, as follows: Entrance Channel: Design depth: 8.3 metres Actual depth: 7.8 metres No other changes have been noted with regards to the navigational depths of the harbour and berths.

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Port Kembla closure
A number of severe weather warnings had been issued by the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) for the Illawarra Coast, and the Port Kembla Harbour Master on Aug. 25 has directed that Port Kembla be closed, GAC reports. Boarding operations, ship handling and tug operations have become extremely hazardous due to high winds and seas in (and at the entrance / approaches to) the port. It is very likely that the port will remain closed until 25 August 2015 evening (local time) or possibly through the next day, although the forecasts are a little hard to interpret due to the localised nature of the weather systems. Based upon the forecasts issued by BOM, the Harbour Master had directed all vessels to clear the anchorage on Sunday evening (local time) and vessels have been told to remain more than 12nm from the Coast until further notice. This includes the vessels that were at anchor in the Northern Illawarra but not destined for Port Kembla.

 Lady Hayat  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Engine failure in Bosphorus
On Aug 25, 2015, at 8.55 a.m. the "Lady Hayat" suffered engine failure off Ortakoy in the Bosphorus, while transiting in northern direction. Tugs were called to assist and the vessel was taken back to the Marmara Sea and anchored off Kennedy Cd. The ship was en route from Tuzla to Novorossiysk.

 Lady Hayat  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Bosphorus closed due to vessel engine malfunction
A 94 metre Malta-flagged vessel, M/V Lady Hayat, on Aug. 25 suffered an engine malfunction around first bridge area during her Tuzla Novorossiysk NB transit, and the Bosphorus was subsequently closed, GAC reported.

vor 1 Tag von arnekiel

Port Saint John To Deepen Harbor
Recent funding announcements from the federal and provincial governments and Port Saint John (New Brunswick, Canada) will include a major harbor deepening project. The seven-year $205 million project, which is a 3-way funding partnership, involves major capital work at the Port’s West Side cargo handling piers and facilities but will also include capital dredging of the main channel.

 Urania  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Research ship heeled in dock - one dead
The "Urania", having been drydocked in a floating dock at the Azimut-Benetti yard in Livorno since Nov 30, 2014, suddenly heeled to portside and develeped a list of 30 degrees on Aug 25, 2015, at 7 p.m. Everything unsecured inside the vessel fell or shifted, one worker from Naples, aged 39, was crushed and killed, 11 workers and crew members were trapped inside. One man from Gela, aged 45, was in serious condition. Eight crew members were transported to the emergency room, but had not suffered major injuries. Nine other seamen who were on board and were not directly involved in the accident were rescued uninjured. The ship suffered a breach and flooding, also the dock structure was damaged. The fire rescue was on scene with 16 units, also port pilots, the port authority, the maritime police with the patrol boat "CP 87" and five ambulences stepped in. The work was complicated due to the danger of further movements of the listing ship. The basin was barred off with booms. It was found out that a support block has given way while mooring operations were carried out at the dock, an investigation was launched by the prosecutor. Pending on the outcome the RPU called for a strike on the yard on Aug 26. The ship was in dock for the latest checks, after lengthening work on the hull. Italian reports with photos: www.lanazione.it/... www.ansa.it/sito/...

 L153 Malle  (Fischfangboot)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Lifeboat retrieved trawler
The lifeboat "Kristian Gerhard Jebsen" headed 120 nm into the sea on Aug 25, 2015, to retrieve the "Malle" off Egersund. The lifeboat took the casualty in tow and pulled her back into port in the evening. Photo: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CNQy12pVEAAV0W6.jpg:large

 Atlantic Companion  (Frachtschiff)
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Enroute to Alang breakers
The "Atlantic Companion" has sailed from Norfolk on July 29, 2015, and was currently enroute to Alang breakers, ETA Aug 29, as the first of a series of five sister ships.

 Okpo
vor 1 Tag von Timsen

Fire will burden bad financial situation
The fire at the Daewoo Shipbuilding Yardon Aug 24, 2015, damaged sufficiently two tankers, but the value of the loses was to be estimated at later stage. The local authorities started investigating the accident and checkinh the safety rules and procedures in the shipyard. The ships under construction were with length of 226.00 m, beam of 36.60 m and deadweight of 86,000 DWT. The vessels were with estimated delivery date in second half of 2016 with total value of the project 1.44 billion USD. The accident in Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering’s yard definitely will burden the bad financial situation of the South Korean shipbuilding industry. Two dockworkers died and seven others were injured after large fire erupted in Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering’s yard in Okpo, South Korea. The situation was classified as serious according to the local authorities and forced evacuation of all workers and engaged several shore firefighting brigades. The accident happened during welder working at VLGC under construction, which caused explosion of gases in the inner compartment and fire in the vessel. The fire spread rapidly to the whole dock and even caught another VLGC under construction, sending huge flames and smoke in the air. The local fire department spent most of the day tackling the blaze and after almost 24 hours succeeded to get control of the fire. Reports with photos: www.newsmaritime.... viswa.mfame.guru/...

 Bermuda Islander  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Grounded container ship refloated
The "Bermuda Islander" ran aground on Aug 24, 2015, at 9 p.m. on the Delaware River near Salem City, New Jersey. The ship which was sailing between Bermuda and Salem County lost power and propulsion around 9:00 p.m. before running aground. There was a crew of 12 aboard when the ship hit shallow water and became stuck. The Coast Guard waited until high tide at 8:30 a.m. on Aug 25 to begin towing the ship back to high sea. The ship was about three to four miles north of the Salem Nuclear Power Plant. The ship was successfully re-floated by the Donjon Marine and secured in Salem, New Jersey for further inspection. Reporty with photo and video: 6abc.com/news/car... www.nj.com/salem/...

 Sealand Comet  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Engine failure in typhoon
The "Sealand Comet" suffered engine failure in the morning of Aug 23, 2015, while struggling with a typhoon in the East China Sea in Zhejiang waters east of Ningbo. A tug of the East China Sea Rescue Service was dispatched to assist. In the afternoon of Aug 25 the crew managed to restore power, and the vessel proceeded under own power to Zhoushan roads and was anchored there.

 Zhe Ding 49067  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Coaster grounded in typhoon
In the afternoon of Aug 24, 2015, the "Zhe Ding 49067" dragged an anchor on Dinghai anchorage, Zhejiang, east of Ningbo during a typhoon and drifted aground. The crew of five was rescued, the vessel was damaged and taking on water.

 Ore Alegria  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von BerndU

arrived Gadani anchorage
arrived Gadani anchorage 25.08.15

 Oilean An Oir  (Fischfangboot)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Battle for life of two fishermen after inhaling toxic gases
Medicals were battling to save the lives of two fishermen after they inhaled toxic gases on the "Oilean an Oir" on Aug 24, 2015, at 1.30 p.m. in Killybegs. The fishermen have been transferred to the intensive care unit at Letterkenny General Hospital where they were both put into an induced coma. Their condition last night was critical but stable. They were overcome by fumes when cleaning out a hold where the fish are held. It was empty and they found stagnant water in the pipework. It had been lying there for a while and it is believed the two men inhaled ammonia and hydrogen sulphide gas from organic matter that had been rotting. One guy was out first, and then the other guy went to help him but also ended up passing out. One of the victims was a 27-year-old from Galway, while the other aged 46 was from the Philippines. The scene was preserved by gardai and officials from the Health and Safety Authority arrived at the scene in the night.

 Fynshav  (Passagierschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Sailings from Funen cancelled due to mechanical trouble
A mechanical problem on the "Fynshav" meant a cancellation of the sailing on Aug 24, 2015, from Funen. A spare part had to be transported from Frederikshavn to Bøjden first. This meant that in strong winds the "Frigg Sydfyen" which was also sailing on the route until the end of August could not back out from the basin in Bøjden as the risk of running into "Fynshav" was too great. Therefore, for about four hours there were no sailings on the route until 2 p.m. The problems apparently have not been resolved yet, further sailings had to be cancelled later in the day.

 MT Samurai  (Tanker)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Medevac off Saldanha
On Aug 15, 2015, at 11.35 a.m. the NSRI Mykonos duty crew was activated by the Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) following a request for medical assistance from the "Samurai" reporting a 39 year old Indian crew member onboard suffering a suspected heart attack. The vessel was 25 nautical miles off-shore of Saldanha and heading towards Saldanha. The lifeboat "Spirit of Freemasonry" was launched, accompanied by an SA Paramedic Services paramedic and rendezvoused with the tanker nine nautical miles off-shore. On arrival on-scene the patient was found to be stable. He was transferred onto the lifeboat and brought to the sea rescue base at Mykonos from where he has been transported to hospital by an SA Paramedic Services ambulance for further medical evaluation and treatment. Report with photos: www.nsri.org.za/2...

 Joseph L Block  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Self discharger saved man from sinking boat
The "Joseph L. Block "responded to a distress call and rescued a boater out of Lake Michigan’s waters in the morning of Aug 24, 2015, after the boater’s 28-foot vessel began to sink 10 miles off of Port Washington, Wisconsin. SAR coordinators at the Coast Guard Sector Lake Michigan, in Milwaukee received a distress call just before 8:30 a.m. that a vessel was taking-on-water 10 miles east of the Port Washington pier heads. The Coast Guard launched a crew aboard a 45-foot response boat from Coast Guard Station Sheboygan, Wisconsin, and a helicopter crew aboard a Dolphin helicopter from Coast Guard Air Facility Waukegan, Illinois, to respond. The "Joseph L. Block" quickly diverted to assist the boater. The crew located the sinking vessel and found the boater in the water, wearing a life jacket and waving his arms. The crewmembers reacted quickly and were able to throw heaving lines to the person, hoisting him up out of the water and safely onto their ship. The Coast Guard Station Sheboygan's rescue boat arrived on-scene, along with the a Ozaukee County Marine boat, to transport the boater off of the "Joseph L. Block" to the Port Washington Municipal Marina to be evaluated by emergency medical services. The 28-foot vessel was towed by the Ozaukee County Sheriff's crew towards the municipal marina until the flooding outpaced the dewatering pump. Station Sheboygan's crew responded to the scene to supply an additional pump when it was determined the sinking craft had become unstable. The crew evacuated the sheriff's deputy who was on board and the vessel sank immediately after the tow was released approximately eight nautical miles east of the Port Washington pier heads in more than 350 feet of water. The Station Sheboygan crew recovered several items that had floated free of the vessel, but reported no visible pollution.

 Oceana Neptune  (Fischfangboot)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Fishing vessels saved four castaways
The crews aboard the "Oceana Neptune" and "Oceana Viking" have been commended for going to the rescue of the crew of the 40-ft-m/v "De Bona" which issued a mayday on Aug 17, 2015, at 02.15 a.m. The "De Bona", sailing from Gansbaai to Lamberts Bay, reportedg to be sinking 6,43 miles North West of Cape Point and 3,76 miles offshore of Bellows Rock, with a crew of four onboard. They had departed Gansbaai on Aug 16 at 8 p.m., and on rounding Cape Point in rough sea conditions in a gusting 38 knot South Easterly wind and a confused sea swell of over 4 meters, at 1.45 a.m. the vessel listed to one side with water in a diesel tank. At 02.15 a.m. they broadcast a Mayday distress call confirming their coordinates and confirming that they were preparing to abandon ship. It was suspected that they may have developed a crack in the diesel tank. The crew had no time to retrieve their life jackets and abandoned the vessel into their life raft climbing off the nose of their vessel which completely sunk shortly after they abandoned their vessel into their life raft. The "Oceana Neptune" and "Oceana Viking" which had been 35 miles off Sea Point at the time, had heard the Mayday distress call on their VHF radio and queried to Telkom Maritime Radio Services if anyone had acknowledged the Mayday distress call. The vessel "Harvest Saldanha" was believed to be two hours from the scene and three ships were standing by in the area. The skippers of the "Oceana Neptune" and "Oceana Viking" who were 27 nautical miles off Sea Point, confirmed that they were diverting to make their way towards the scene. The NSRI Simonstown were alerted and launched the lifeboat "Spirit of Safmarine III". The NSRI Hout Bay responded with the "Nadine Gordimer" and "Albie Matthews". At 04.35 a.m. the "Oceana Neptune" and "Oceana Viking" confirmed that they were in the general area and could see the light of what they believed to be the life raft wich was being blown rapidly across the ocean in the gusting 38 knot winds. The castaways in the life raft were requested by Telkom Maritime Radio Services to deploy a red distress flare. Once deployed, it confirmed to the "Oceana Neptune" and "Oceana Viking" to be the life raft. On reaching the raft they were at first not comfortable to pick up the casualty crew out of the life raft in the rough seas and stood by at the life raft and confirmed that all four crew were not injured despite being cold and wet. The life raft was 5.99 miles North West of the sunken vessel, having being blown that distance away in the gusting winds- With the nearest sea rescue vessel at that stage still eight miles away the "Oceana Viking" confirmed that they and the "Oceana Viking" had formed a lee at the life-raft to shelter the life-raft from the wind and that they now felt comfortable to rescue the crew out of the life-raft. At 05.34 a.m. the castaways were successfully rescued and NSRI was contacted with the good news that all crew members were safe aboard the "Oceana Neptune". They were dried, provided warm clothing by his crew and not injured. The life-raft was recovered. The men were taken into Hout Bay harbour aboard the "Oceana Neptune". The South African Maritime Safety Authority started investigating the sinking of the "De Bona".

 Elke M  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Fisherman lost over board
On Aug 23, 2015, at 3.30 p.m. NSRI Port Elizabeth were informed by the Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) of a fisherman reported overboard the "Ele M"40 nautical miles South West of Cape Recife. The fisherman, reported to not be wearing a life-jacket, was noticed to be missing at 2 p.m. and was believed to have last been seen onboard at approximately noon and was believed to be missing overboard. Maritime Authorities were alerted at 2.36 p.m. The fishing vessel "Sandile" conducted a search but no sign of the fisherman was found.

 Celebrity Solstice  (Passagierschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Medevac off Sitka
The US Coast Guard medevaced a 45-year-old man from the " Celebrity Solstice" near Sitka on Aug 24, 2015. Coast Guard 17th District command center watchstanders in Juneau were notified of an ailing passenger by the medical team aboard the "Celebrity Solstice". Watchstanders consulted the duty flight surgeon who recommended the medevac.An Air Station Sitka MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew conducted the hoist and transferred the ailing passenger to awaiting emergency medical services in Sitka.

 Lan Hai Xu Ri  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

China Construction Bank to auction off eight Lanhai bulkers
China Construction Bank (CCB) will auction eight bulkers from bankrupt Guangdong Lanhai Shipping on September 16, according to an announcement on Guangzhou Shipping Exchange. The eight vessels range between 57,000dwt and 79,600dwt and are all less than 5 years old, with prices ranging from RMB45m ($7.02m) to RMB60m ($9.36m).

 Celebration  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Bahamas Celebration in need of lubrication
The "Bahamas" unexpectedly called at Walvis Bay on Aug 14 , 2015. The ship arrived off the port in need of urgent lubrication. It was moored in the anchorage outside port while agents ashore made arrangements to supply the necessary delivery, which was eventually taken out to the ship by launch.

 Arctic Sunrise  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Russia must compensate Dutch over Greenpeace ship
he Hague (AFP) - Russia must compensate the Netherlands over the 2013 seizure of Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship during a protest against Arctic oil drilling, an international court ruled on Monday, Aug. 24. More to read at news.yahoo.com/ru...

 Bob Barker  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Sea Shepherd anti-whaling ship Bob Barker refused entry to Faroe Islands
Denmark’s autonomous Faroe Islands announced on Monday that they had refused entry to a ship carrying 21 activists from the militant conservation group Sea Shepherd who were trying to disrupt traditional whale hunts. The territory’s government said in a statement that it had barred the ship, the Bob Barker, “with a basis in immigration legislation and in the interests of maintaining law and order”. “In recent weeks, anti-whaling activists representing the animal rights group Sea Shepherd have deliberately attempted to disrupt the legal and regulated activity of driving and killing pilot whales for food in the Faroe Islands, leading to the arrest, prosecution and expulsion from the Faroe Islands of a number of these activists,” the statement added. Tensions have been high between those who defend the traditional whale hunt, and animal rights activists who say the practice causes unnecessary bloodshed. www.theguardian.c...

 Karina  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Shipyard De Hoop's vessel Karina nominated as one of the three finalists for the KNVTS Vessel of the year award 2015
Shipyard De Hoop has announced, that the hybrid fast supply intervention vessel Karina is nominated as one of the three finalists for the KNVTS Vessel of the year award 2015. Alongside Karina, the other nominations are Kroonborg, a Walk-to-Work vessel built by Koninklijke Niestern Sander and Equanimity, a 91.5 meters yacht built by Oceanco. The award will be handed out at the Maritime Awards Gala on 2 November at the former submarine hangar, which has been converted into an event location by the port of Rotterdam. Source: en.portnews.ru

vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Rosmorport announces tender for maintenance dredging at Big Port St. Petersburg
North-West Basin Branch of FSUE Rosmorport has announced an open tender (No СЗбф 163-15) for the maintenance dredging at the water area of the Ugolnaya Gavan (Coal Harbour) of Big Port St. Petersburg, the company says. According to the company’s press center, initial price is RUB 23,728,080. The source of financing – internal funds. The deadline for application of bids – September 1, 2015.

 Mpi Enterprise  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

MPI Enterprise completes first charter on E.ON's Amrumbank West Offshore Wind Farm
MPI Offshore's wind-turbine-installation vessel MPI Enterprise has completed its first charter under MPI ownership, the company said in its press release. Following the company’s successful acquisition of MPI Enterprise earlier this year, the vessel has now completed works on E.ON’s Amrumbank West Offshore Wind Farm. MPI Enterprise and her experienced crew have acted as installation vessel, in conjunction with the E.ON Contractor Per Aarslef. Following these preparatory tasks, WTG installation will be undertaken by another of MPI’s WTIVs, MPI Adventure. The Amrumbank West Offshore Wind Farm is situated approximately 35 km north of Helgoland and 37 km west of Amrum in the German Exclusive Economic Zone of the North Sea. When fully operational later this year, Amrumbank West will have an annual capacity of 288 megawatts, enough to power 300,000 households. Source: en.portnews.ru

 Alcyon  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Diana Shipping announces time charter contract for m/v Alcyon with Transgrain
Diana Shipping Inc., a global shipping company specializing in the ownership of dry bulk vessels, today announced that, through a separate wholly-owned subsidiary, it entered into a time charter contract with Transgrain Shipping B.V., Rotterdam, for one of its Panamax dry bulk vessels, the m/v Alcyon. The gross charter rate is US$7,600 per day minus a 5% commission paid to third parties, for a period of minimum eight (8) months to maximum eleven (11) months. The charter commenced on August 22, 2015.

 CMACGM Vasco De Gama  (Frachtschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

CMA CGM Takes Historic Containership - Largest ship in the CMA CGM fleet
hipping group CMA CGM has taken delivery of the newbuild box ship CMA CGM Vasco de Gama on July 27. Built by China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC), the 18,000 TEUs vessel is, with its 399 meters length and 54 meters width, the largest ship in the CMA CGM fleet and the largest containership ever built in a Chinese shipyard. The CMA CGM Vasco de Gama is equipped with an engine of the latest generation, a twisted leading edge rudder with bulb and an optimized hull design, together decreasing the ship’s CO2 emissions by 10 percent compared to the previous vessel generation, CMA CGM said. With an estimated emission of 37g of CO2/km for each container, the CMA CGM Vasco de Gama is touted for its environmental signature. The CMA CGM Vasco de Gama is the first 18,000 TEUs containership ever built by a Chinese shipyard. The CMA CGM Zheng He and CMA CGM Benjamin Franklin, two other vessels of the 18,000 TEUs series from the CSSC shipyards, will be delivered on September and November. www.marinelink.co...

 Kim M.bouchard  (Schlepper)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Bouchard Christens ATB
Oceangoing petroleum barge company Bouchard Transportation Co. celebrated the christening of two new vessels, M/V Kim M. Bouchard and B. No. 270, in New Orleans. The B. No. 270 was launched at VT Halter Shipyard Operations in Pascagoula, Miss., earlier this year, and the tug Kim M. Bouchard was launched at the Moss Point Marine facility in Escatawpa, Mississippi. It is named after the older sister of Morton S. Bouchard III, President/CEO of Bouchard Transportation. Constructed independently of each other, and now paired, the M/V Kim M. Bouchard and B. No. 270 are the largest vessels to date in Bouchard’s ongoing fleet expansion program. The B. No. 270 measures 628 x 91 x 47 ft., has a 260,000-barrel capacity, and is ABS and USCG certified for Jones Act service. The B.No.270 is a fully manned and equipped with a crude oil washing system, inert gas system; clean water ballast system, four cargo pumps, two ballast pumps and two anchors. The Kim M. Bouchard is a 10,000hp twin screw, single wheel house Tug and is classed by ABS as +A1 Towing Vessel, Dual Mode ATB, USCG Subchapter M, and is equipped with an Intercon Coupler System. Paired with Barge B. No. 270, the unit will be used to transport liquid petroleum for Bouchard Transportation Co., Inc. The sister unit, M/V Donna J. Bouchard and B. No. 272 are also currently under construction at VTHM, will be delivered later this year. www.marinelink.co...

 Costa Mediterranea  (Passagierschiff)
vor 2 Tagen von Timsen

Tender boat crash on cruise ship
On Aug 24, 2015, the "Costa Mediterranea" nearly lost the tender boat 6 (CS IBCF) in the port of Montenegro, while lowering it for a scheduled passengers excursion in the fjord of Kotor. A cable from one end of the boat snapped, the boat davit gave way, and the tender fell down and finally stalled on ropes hanging in near-vertical position. Luckily no one was aboard at the time of the accident. While the crew tried to lift the tender, it crashed down a second time before being pulled back into position. The ship cancelled a call in Argostoli to fix the tender boat and was due to arrive from Kotor, where it remained anchored 200 meters off the shore, to the next scheduled port of call in Corfu on Aug 26. Passengers have been constantly informed and have been given the opportunity to extend their excursions in Kotor until the evening. For the next day, shore excursions continued with a 30% discount in prices. Costa Crociere recognized an on board credit of 100 Euro for each passenger over 18 years of age. Moreover, guests who have already booked their excursion in Argostoli will be fully reimbursed. The ship remained fully operational and situation in board was calm. The cruise ship had sailed from Trieste on Aug 22 enroute to Rhodes. Italian report and photos: www.unionesarda.i... www.shipspotting.... www.shipspotting....

vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Expansion of port in Egypt’s Port Said to be launched in two weeks
Egypt will launch in two weeks the expansion of Port Said’s port, Mohab Mamish, head of the Suez Canal Authority, told a local television channel. The initiative entails adding several platforms to the current facilities. The first phase of the project will cost LE5 billion ($638 million), President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi said on Sunday in a speech during a cultural seminar organised by the army’s moral affairs department at the military El-Galaa Theatre, Cairo. The government will incur less than half the costs, said El-Sisi. He added that the project will be completed by October 2016 The port’s expansion is one of several government infrastructure projects aimed at attracting investment in the Suez Canal economic zone. Source: Ahram Online

vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Protesters re-open road access to Iraq’s Umm Qasr port after new jobs promised
Road access to Iraq’s southern Umm Qasr commodities port was restored on Sunday following a two-day closure by protesters after the authorities promised to create new jobs, a port company spokesman and port workers said. Thousands of Iraqis have protested in recent weeks in Baghdad and southern Iraqi cities, calling for jobs, government services and reforms of the judiciary, parliament and local governing bodies. At Umm Qasr, negotiations with security officials and the director of the state-run General Company for Ports of Iraq resulted in a pledge to create up to 75 new jobs, said company spokesman Anmar al-Safi. Dozens of demonstrators, who had set up tents in front of the port’s two main gates, agreed to let trucks pass and employees enter the facility, Safi and workers said. The harbor near the oil-exporting city of Basra receives grain shipments and heavy equipment used in the oil industry, but does not export crude oil. Source: Reuters

 Olympic Sky  (Tanker)
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Maritime Tribunal Rejects Italy’s Plea for Marines’ Release
HAMBURG, Aug 24 (Reuters) – An international maritime tribunal on Monday rejected Italy’s request that India provisionally release two marines accused of killing two Indian fishermen, a setback for the Italian government after a three-year legal battle. However the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea in Hamburg also ordered India to suspend legal action against the two Italians, saying an international arbitration hearing to be held in The Hague must rule on the dispute. Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone were part of a military team on anti-pirate duty protecting an Italian oil tanker in 2012, when, they say, they mistook a fishing boat for a pirate vessel and fired warning shots. Two fishermen died. Girone is being held in the Italian Embassy in New Delhi, forbidden by the Indian authorities from leaving the country. However, Latorre is in Italy after India allowed him to return home temporarily for medical treatment. Rome objects to holding a trial in India, arguing that the case should be taken to arbitration under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and that the incident happened in international waters where national laws do not apply. gcaptain.com/enri...

 Okpo
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Fire at DSME Kills Two Shipyard Workers, Injures Seven
Two shipyard workers were killed and seven others injured following a fire onboard a vessel under construction at Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering shipyard in Okpo, South Korea. South Korea’s Yonhap news agency reports that the fire broke at around 9:44 a.m. Monday on board an 84,000-ton liquified petroleum gas (LPG) carrier under construction at the yard. Firefighters recovered two bodies from the scene more than seven hours after the fire started, Yonhap reported. Seven workers have also been hospitalized. The reported added that the fire appears to have been caused by a welding spark inside the vessel that was being constructed. gcaptain.com/fire...

 Balboa
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Panama Canal Authority Says New Locks Timeline Not Impacted by Crack
The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) said Monday that a crack that has formed in one of the new locks making up the expanded Panama Canal should not impact the ‘Third Set of Locks’ project completion timeline, but the scope of the repairs needed to fix issue has not been revealed. The crack formed in what is known as the sill in one of the chambers of the new Cocoli Locks, located on the Panama Canal’s Pacific side, during the filling and testing stage. Video obtained by gCaptain this weekend showed water leaking through a crack that spans nearly the width of the lock chamber, just below one of the giant rolling gates. Video report of crack: https://youtu.be/EbnQs-qMqsM More to read at: gcaptain.com/pana...

vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Reduced visibility in the Singapore Strait and port waters
As GAC reports, Shipmasters are advised to keep a proper lookout, navigate with caution and to comply with the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, in particular Rules 19, 20 & 35 concerning conduct of vessels in restricted visibility, use of navigation lights and sound signals.

 Balboa
vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Postponement of second draft restriction at Panama Canal
Due to the rainfall in the Panama Canal watershed during the past few days, the Panama Canal is now able to postpone the second draft restriction, which had been tentatively scheduled for 15 September 2015, GAC reports. However, the first maximum authorized transit draft restriction of 11.89m (39.0 feet) TFW, which had been announced previously, will still be implemented on 08 September 2015, and continue until further notice. Vessels arriving after this date with drafts over 11.89m (39.0 feet) TFW may be allowed to transit depending on the actual level of Gatun Lake at the time of transit. Should the level of Gatun Lake continue to drop and additional draft restrictions become necessary, they will be announced at least four weeks in advance.

vor 2 Tagen von arnekiel

Busy Season in Rostock-Warnemünde
The Port of Rostock-Warnemunde has reported a double-digit increase in cargo for the first six months, while expecting approximately half a million cruise passengers for the full season, similar to last year. The cruise season started May 5 and ends October 17. Rostock has scheduled 181 cruise calls by 39 different ships this year, including homeporting by the AIDAdiva and AIDAmar, and partial turnarounds by Costa, MSC, Princess and others, according to a port statement. With a busy season, there were five ships in port on July 5 and 17 and there will be four ships in on August 30. More than 100 of the calls take place on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, and there will be ships in port for a total of 108 days during this year’s season. First time callers this year include the Birka Stockholm, Costa Favolosa, Costa Luminosa, Horizon, Louis Aura, Magellan, MSC Sinfonia, Ocean Dram, Serenade of the Seas and Viking Star.

 Konpiramaru  (Fischfangboot)
vor 3 Tagen von GenscapeVesseltracker

Shipping collision between KonpiraMaru & ShoyoMaru
KonpiraMaru collided with tanker off Mihama, Wakayama Prefecture in Japan on Aug 23. 38 year-old crew member missing.

 Sabuk Nusantara 34  (Passagierschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von GenscapeVesseltracker

Passenger vessel aground in Indonesia. 171 passengers evacuated
Passenger cargo vessel SABUK NUSANTARA 34 ran aground at 1pm Eastern Indonesian Time Aug 23 in position 07 42S 130 56E, Pulau Ngolin Island, shortly after leaving Saumlaki port, Jaumdena Island, Tanimbar Islands, which are separating Banda and Arafura seas. There were 171 passengers on board, including 18 children and 21 army conscripts. All passengers were evacuated and taken to Saumlaki, no injures reported. Vessel grounded due to lack of fairway navigational marks in dire waters near islands. Propeller is damaged, salvage under way. www.fleetmon.com/...

 Zhenfen15  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von BerndU

arrived Jiangyin scrapyard
arrived Jiangyin scrapyard 05/2015

 Marine 1  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von BerndU

arrived Chittagong anchorage
arrived Chittagong anchorage 21.08.15

 MT Yu Fu  (Tanker)
vor 3 Tagen von BerndU

beached
beached at Chittagong 15.08.15

 Isa Delta  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von BerndU

beached
beached at Chittagong 13.08.15

 Bulk Discovery  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von BerndU

beached
Beached at Chittagong 18.08.15

 C.royal  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Breakers 326 USD/To

 Qavak  (Bodeneffektfahrzeug)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Disabled trawler towed to Torshavn
The "Qavak" was towed to Thorshavn by the "Thor" late on Aug 21 after having been disabled during fishing pelagic herring. The trawler was over 200 nautical miles northeast of Iceland when the engine broke down. Icelandic reports with photos: www.visir.is/grae... www.lhg.is/fretti...

 L.e. Niamh  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Patrol boat saved 225 migrants
The "LÉ Niamh" has rescued another 225 people off the Libyan coast. The operation began in the night of Aug 22, 2015, when the ship was tasked to help those on board two inflatable vessels in distress. 107 migrants were taken on board from one craft, and a further 118 from a second vessel. The operation was successfully completed on Aug 23 at 5 a.m. The 139 men, 74 women and 12 children were receiving water, food, and medical assistance where required.

 St Apollo Ba359  (Fischfangboot)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Five fishermen rescued after ship capsized
Five fishermen have been rescued after the "St. Apollo - BA 359" ran aground and capsized in a severe squall in the Sound of Mull on Aug 24, 2015, at 3.30 a.m. The crew escaped on a life raft before the vessel capsized and were later found by the Oban lifeboat crew and taken ashore. At 4.25 a.m. the lifeboat arrived on scene and found that the crew of the fishing vessel had taken the precaution of launching their life raft while they were awaiting rescue. They were then taken aboard the lifeboat just in time to see their fishing vessel slip back into deeper water, capsize and become almost completely submerged. A search and rescue helicopter was scrambled from Prestwick but was stood down when the lifeboat crew found the fishermen.

 Eid  (Passagierschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Tractor pulled disabled ferry to port
In the night of Aug 21, 2015, the "Eid" suffered engine trouble on its way from Askvoll to Værlandet in Sogn og Fjordane. The engine overheated and stopped, and to keep the ferry from running ashore, the anchor was dropped upon arriving in Værlandet. The lifeboat "Halfdan Grieg" and another ferry came to assist. A tractor finally towed the "Eid" to the ferry dock . The "Sunnfjord" was inserted as a replacement ferry with a first departure from Askvoll at 5 p.m. Norwegian report with photo: www.firda.no/ferj...

 Siem Pilot  (SAR-Schiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Offshore ship took on board 956 migrants
On Aug 22 the "Siem Pilot" participated in three major rescue operations in the Mediterranean. They rescued 956 people, 208 of them were female, 69 children, among them a one day old baby which was subsequently transferred onto an Italian boat. Twelve of women were pregnant. The rescue opeation took place between 6.30 a.m. and 7.24 p.m.

 Stigfoss  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Engine failure caused allision
The cause of the allison of the "Stigfoss" with the dock in Biltrend on Aug 21 was caused by the engine not stopping in time so that the ship slammed into the dock according to the terminal manager at Troms Fryseterminal, Kurt Einar Tårnes. The ship had suffered a main engine failure. Both quay and ship were damaged in the incident. Norwegian report with photo and video: www.nordlys.no/tr...

 Moby Baby  (Passagierschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Three injured in quay allision
Upon arriving at Portoferraio on Aug 17, 2015, around 6 p.m. the "Moby Baby" allided with the dock of pier 3. The ship bumped into the quay despite the anchor having been dropped before the impact. The ferry had 77 passengers on board, one woman who fell onto the deck and two children aged eight and four years, were taken to the emergency room for checks. A few cars and motorcycles that were on the car deck of the ferry suffered damage as well as the asphalt of the dock. The Coastguard was investigating the cause, but suspected a misunderstanding between the bridge and the engine room so that the engine was turned off while the ferry approached the quay. Repairs of the bow damage were carried out by the staff of the shipping company Moby Lines and completed on Aug 18. Engineers checked the security of the ferry before she returned to service. Italian reports with photos and video: www.panorama.it/p... www.unionesarda.i...

 Fortuna S  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Photo of sunken vessel...
..captured on Aug 16, 2015: www.shipspotting....

 Stewart J Cort  (Frachtschiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Seach for missing crew member suspended
The Coast Guard has suspended the search for a man who jumped overboard from the "Stewart J. Cort" near Big Sable Point in Lake Michigan in the early morning of Aug 23, 2015. Just before 2 a.m., watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector Lake Michigan received a report, via Rescue 21 on VHF-FM Ch. 16, from the vessel that they had a man overboard approximately 3-4 miles offshore of Big Sable Point. Crew members witnessed the man climb over the rail and jump from the vessel. The crew members immediately deployed three life rings and notified the navigation bridge. The vessel turned and began a systematic search for the man. Due to conditions at the time and the impending weather forecast, the decision was made not to deploy the vessel’s small workboat. The vessels "Samuel D. Champlain", "Joyce L. Van Encevort" and "Vikingbank" were also in the area also began to assist with the search. Rgw Coast Guard Sector Lake Michigan launched a crew from Coast Guard Station Manistee, Michigan, aboard a 45-foot response boat and a crews from Air Facility Muskegon, Michigan, and Air Station Traverse City, Michigan, aboard Dolphin helicopters. The Coast Guard completed a total of 11 different searches covering 76 square nautical miles. Additionally, multiple commercial vessels in the area participated in the search efforts. Forecasted weather for the search area includes a small-craft advisory in effect from 8 a.m., EDT this Sunday through Aug 24 evening with 20-25 knot winds veering west to 30 knots. Showers and thunderstorms are likely until midday and waves range from 3-5 feet.

 Louise  (Schleppendes Schiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Neches River reopened with restrictions
The Coast Guard has reopened the Neches River with restrictions to all vessel traffic on Aug 22, 2015. The vessel traffic was restricted from meeting or overtaking one another 1,000 feet up bound and 1,000 feet down bound near the "Louise" at mile marker 284. Additionally, mariners are cautioned to create a minimum wake for the safety of salvage and recovery crews. A minimal sheen was reported on scene; however hard boom, lined with absorbent boom was containing it. Salvage divers report all possible pollution sources have been plugged to prevent additional leakage. The tug had the potential to release 6,000 gallons of fuel oil, 70 gallons of lubricant oil, and 30 gallons of hydraulic fluid. A barge containing heavy equipment and a crane was in place to stabilize the sunken vessel. The Coast Guard was working with the vessel owners to devise an optimal plan for the its safe removal. The Coast Guard had established a safety zone on the Neches River after the "Louise" capsized near Port Arthur on Aug 21. The safety zone was in place between mile markers 276 to 289. The Coast Guard received notice, at approximately 6:45 p.m. that the "Louise" had capsized in the Neches River near mile marker 284. The four crewmembers aboard the tug were rescued by a Good Samaritan tug boat operator, with no reported injuries. Reports with photos: www.uscgnews.com/... www.uscgnews.com/...

 Tx19 Elisabeth Chris  (Fischfangboot)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Trawler suffered damaged Sumwing
The "Elisabeth Chris - TX 19" suffered a broken Sumwing on Aug 20, 2015, and returned to its homeport Oudeschild early. The damaged Sumwing was deposited onto the quay. Dutch report with photo: www.schuttevaer.n...

 Rheintreue  (Tanker)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Tanker at Papenburg breakers
Photos regarding "Rheintreue" in Papenburg forum-schiff.de/p...

 Vos Don  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

English report on supply ship in Grenaa
www.fornaes.dk/en...

 Sea Larkcl  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Sold to Alang breakers
The "Sea Lark" reached Alang breakers in mid August 2015.

 Boekanier  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Barge with 1400 tons steel wires stuck at Erfde
On Aug 23, 2015, at 3.30 p.m. the "Boekanier" ran aground at the conjunction of the IJssel and the Twente Canal near Eefde while trying to evase a pleasure boat. The canal had to be closed for ship traffic in both directions. The ship was loaded with 1400 tons steel wire. It could be refloated around 10.30 p.m. by the three tugs "Herman Gré", "En Avant III" and "Liberté", supported by its own engine. Dutch reports with photos and videos: nos.nl/artikel/20... www.omroepgelderl... www.omroepgelderl...

 West Aquarius  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 3 Tagen von Timsen

Worker injured during maintenance work
An employee on the "West Aquarius" working off the coast of Newfoundland suffered a serious injury after his fingers became trapped in a piece of moving equipment. Hibernia Management and Development Company reported to the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board that the worker was conducting maintenance on the blowout preventer, which is used seal, control and monitor oil and gas wells, on Aug 15, 2015, when the incident occurred. The man's fingertips on his left hand were caught between moving equipment, and had to be airlifted to hospital in St. John's for treatment. Work on the blowout preventer was suspended after the employee was injured, pending an investigation by the operator, a C-NLOPB statement said Thursday. The Seadrill engineer was off for several days but has since returned to work. He was cleared to work again starting on Aug 21 udner restrictive duties.

 Mongla
vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

China to fund Mongla port modernisation
A Chinese state-owned company has agreed to fund and help implement a big project of Tk 20 billion aiming to modernise and expand facilities at Mongla port, officials said. In this connection, the Mongla Port Authority (MPA) and China National Complete Engineering Corporation (CNCEC) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) last week, they said. The chairman said the port, which was built in the 1950s, is not properly designed for handling containers. It has five old jetties for handling bulk and general cargoes. He said construction of two jetties with local-foreign consortium will start soon under public-private partnership to substantially enhance its container-handling capacity. A separate container terminal will also be built to handle the load of containers smoothly. Under the mega project, a container terminal will be built at a cost of Tk 7.44 billion, construction of a container delivery yard will cost Tk 3.190 billion, and a multi-storage car-parking yard will cost Tk 7.280 billion, among others.

vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Vizag Harbour to Have Cold Storage Facility by March
The Visakhapatnam Port Trust (VPT), in association with Visakha Container Terminal Private Limited (VCTPL) and Marlyn Shipping and Transport (MST) Limited organised a trade meet with shrimp exporters here. Interacting with exporters, VPT chairman MT Krishna Babu said that a cold storage facility was coming up in the harbour by March 2016.

vor 3 Tagen von arnekiel

Grindrod pushes ahead with Richards Bay expansion
Grindrod would complete the Phase 1 expansion of the Richards Bay Terminal (RBT) by the first quarter of 2016 at a cost of R125m according to CEO Alan Olivier presenting the group’s interim results for the six months to end-June in Sandton today. The next phase will be to take it to 8mt/year which would be at relatively low cost. To go to 20mt/year means heavy capital expenditure and you would need very strong support for the throughput to get there which is not available today. “ Source: MiningMX




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