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 Wehr Hong Kong  (Container Ship)
vor 456 Tagen von Timsen

Maersk Dellys clean and sailing again
The "Maersk Dellys" which was refused to enter the Port Melbourne on Oct 24 due to a chemical spill from a container has been berthed after having been inspected on Oct 25 by the local authorities and thus was allowed to enter the port. It left port again on Oct 28 morning at 5:00 local time and headed to Sydney.

 MV Anafarta  (General Cargo Ship)
vor 456 Tagen von Timsen

Refloated after four weeks
On Oct 26 at 3.15 p.m. the "Anafarta" was refloated in the Istanbul Strait by the tug "Kurtarma 8" after lengthy preparations. The ship which had been grounded in pos. 410 13’ N, 290 20’ E since Oct 1 and had developed significant list to starboard due to the flooded cargo hold, was towed on even keel to Yalova for surveys and repairs at 20:05 p.m. Turkish report with photos: www.coastalsafety...

 Coral Ivory  (Gas Tanker > Lpg Tanker)
vor 456 Tagen von Timsen

Cargo ship hit by tanker in danger of sinking
The cargo vessel “Siderfly” which was breached on port side on its way to Antwerp in the collision with the “Coral Ivory”, which was enroute Terneuzen-Uusikaupunki in the Kiel Canal at km 6,5 south of Kudensee at 3 a.m., was in danger of sinking and listing 45 degrees to port in the morning. Both lock pairs in Kiel and Brunsbüttel were closed after the acident. The bulbous bow of the tanker had caused two leaks of 3x5 meters. The vessel was pushed onto the embankment, and salvors tried to stabilize it. Oil booms were laid out. None of the on the whole 29 crew members were injured. The “Siderfly” had on board nine Ukrainians and Russians, the „Coral Ivory“ a Dutch captain and 18 Russians and Ukrainians. Both ships were said to carry fertilizers as cargo. The German casualty command meanwhile took over the coordination of salvage work. German reports with photos and video: www.kn-online.de/... www.ndr.de/region... www.shz.de/schles... www.mopo.de/umlan... zeitungen.boyens-... www.spiegel.de/pa...

 Siderfly  (General Cargo Ship)
vor 456 Tagen von Timsen

Kiel Canal closed following severe collision
The “Siderfly” which was hit on port side on its way to Antwerp in the collision with the Dutch gas tanker “Coral Ivory”, which was enroute Terneuzen-Uusikaupunki, in the Kiel Canal at km 6,5 south of Kudensee at 3 a.m., was in danger of sinking and listing 45 degrees to port in the morning. Both lock pairs in Kiel and Brunsbüttel were closed after the acident. The bulbous bow of the tanker had caused two leaks of 3x5 meters. The vessel was pushed onto the embankment, and salvors tried to stabilize it. Oil booms were laid out. None of the on the whole 29 crew members were injured. The “Siderfly” had on board nine Ukrainians and Russians, the „Coral Ivory“ a Dutch captain and 18 Russians and Ukrainians. Both ships were said to carry fertilizers as cargo. The German casualty command meanwhile took over the coordination of salvage work. German reports with photos and video: www.kn-online.de/... www.ndr.de/region... www.shz.de/schles... www.mopo.de/umlan... zeitungen.boyens-... www.spiegel.de/pa...

 Rena  (Container Ship)
vor 456 Tagen von Timsen

Immigration New Zealand called to revoke work visas of clean up crews
The maritime union Guild called on Immigration New Zealand to revoke the work visas of international tug crews involved in the "Rena" clean up. Guild president Captain Lew Henderson believed the lack of work for Kiwis was unacceptable and it raised strong objections with Immigration New Zealand, asking it not to issue work visas for officer or master positions. The Guild met with Resolve representatives in Tauranga but was told the 14 officer jobs on four salvage vessels would not be advertised. He believed the intention was to pay the overseas officers below minimum New Zealand industry rates. The Guild has requested copies of the curriculum vitae of any successful work visa applicants, along with details of their pay rates after it was told certain aspects of the project was specialised and not commonplace. According to Resolve project manager Ajay Prasad about 56 per cent of its employees on the "Rena" project were local and 44 per cent were from overseas and that the work was highly specialised and there was no margin for error.

 Xing.he.yuang.8  (Other)
vor 456 Tagen von arnekiel

Anti-submarine corvette KAMORTA runs aground on way to sea trial
Anti-submarine KAMORTA corvette made by GRSE for the Indian Navy ran aground while going for a sea trial at Geonkhali in West Bengal's East Midnapore district. Describing it as a minor incident, Rear Admiral (retd) A K Verma, CMD of Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers Limited (GRSE), told PTI, "The river channel is narrow and the ship had a little drift while turning." "Negotiating the narrow channel is a challenge and there was a little control problem leading to the ship getting slightly grounded on the river bank near Geonkhali," he said. "The ship is most likely to come out during high tide post midnight," he said. The ship is scheduled to be handed over to the Navy by this year-end. Verma said that a pilot of the Kolkata Port Trust was on board for negotiating the ship through the river till it met the Bay of Bengal. The channel through which ships sailed to and from the Kolkata Port was very narrow because of heavy silting and there were several prior instances of vessels being stuck. Source : Business Standard

 C-retriever  (Offshore Vessel > Supply Vessel)
vor 456 Tagen von arnekiel

Kidnapping of US citizens off Nigeria was avoidable, says maritime security firm GoAGT
The attack on a US-flagged platform supply vessel C-RETRIEVER by pirates off Nigeria’s coast, which resulted in two US citizens being kidnapped, could have been completely avoided maritime security firm GoAGT has said. Nick Davis, CEO of GoAGT, said: “The Edison Chouest-owned supply vessel was navigating a short distance off Brass, in Nigeria, on Wednesday 23rd when it was attacked. This is a recognised high risk area. It is imperative that vessels have incredibly competent crews, well trained in radar and visual lookout, 24hs a day in this region and that they are not multi-tasking, untrained or fatigued seafarers on the bridge.” "All vessels trading or supporting operations in this area should have a citadel and a highly trained reactive crew." He added: “This attack resulted in the Captain and Chief Engineer being kidnapped. It was completely and utterly avoidable, and a sad end to a day.” In a separate incident this week, a Joint Task Force (JFT) Nigeria security boat was also allegedly attacked by militants in Nigerian waters, resulting in all JFT personnel being killed and weapons stolen. Source: GoAGT

 Lefka Ori  (Passenger Ship > Passenger Ro Ro Cargo Ship)
vor 456 Tagen von arnekiel

Korean Jeju Cruise Line ferry ANTONIO L sold to ANEK Lines
The Korean Jeju Cruise Line ferry ANTONIO L was renamed in LEFKA ORI and now flying the Greek flag, most probably departing soon from Korea bound for Greek waters

 Coral Ivory  (Gas Tanker > Lpg Tanker)
vor 456 Tagen von arnekiel

Coral Ivory in collision with freighter Siderfly south of Kudensee ferry point
Kiel Canal was completly closed after collision of freighter Siderfly with gas tanker Coral Ivory south of Kudensee in the early morning at abt. 3 am (Oct. 28) in the south part of the canal. Both lock pairs in Kiel and Brunsbüttel are closed. Tugs Wolf, Luchs and Parat are assisting Siderfly. Siderfly has a water ingress, according to NDR radio she is probably sinking. The less damaged tanker was moored at Brunsbüttel bunkering station.

 Siderfly  (General Cargo Ship)
vor 456 Tagen von arnekiel

Siderfly in collision with gastanker south of Kudensee ferry point
Kiel Canal was completly closed after collision of freighter Siderfly with dutch flagged gastanker Coral Ivory south of Kudensee in the early morning at abt. 3 am (Oct. 28) in the south part of the canal. Both lock pairs in Kiel and Brunsbüttel were closed. Tugs Wolf, Luchs and Parat are assisting Siderfly. Siderfly has a water ingress, according to NDR radio she is sinking. The less damaged Coral Ivory was moored at Brunsbüttel bunkering station.


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