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 Titan Discovery  (Other)
vor 449 Tagen von arnekiel

Newly-completed survey ship begins work
A new survey ship has been launched and tested off the Norfolk coast. The bright yellow Titan Discovery is fitted with surveying equipment for environmental, oceanographic and hydrographic survey work. The vessel takes the number of coastal survey ships operated by owner Titan Environmental Services to five. The Discovery, which is 13 metres in length, can work up to 60 miles offshore and is earmarked for work in estuaries and inter-tidal areas. Its first job after leaving Great Yarmouth is an aggregate dredge monitoring survey off the South coast. www.surveyequipme...

 Rolldock Sea  (Specialized Cargo Ship > Heavy Load Carrier)
vor 449 Tagen von arnekiel

Vietnam’s most modern submarine HANOI delivered by Rolldock Star
On the morning of January 2, the HANOI Kilo submarine was unloaded from the ROLLDOCK SEA The Azimuth tugs of the Vietnam Navy will pull the submarine to the Cam Ranh military port. The ROLLDOCK SEA before opening its back. The highest part of the HANOI Kilo submarine emerged behind. Beside are the two Azimuth tugboats, the most modern tugboats at present. The Hanoi Kilo submarine appeared after supporting devices were removed., January 3, the submarine was pulled to the military port by two tugboats. Source : Vietnambridge

 Maersk Reacher  (Service Ship)
vor 449 Tagen von arnekiel

Maersk Drilling receives two-year extension for the jack-up Maersk Reacher
BP Norway has extended the contract for the jack-up Maersk Reacher by two years from September 2014 to September 2016. BP Norway holds options to further extend the contract by up to additional four years until September 2020. The estimated value of the two-year extension is USD 222m. Maersk Reacher is the fourth in a series of four high efficiency 350ft jack-ups delivered in 2008-2009. In 2011 Maersk Reacher was upgraded to comply with relevant requirements in Norwegian shelf regulation and received an Acknowledgement of Compliance enabling it to commence a three-year firm contract with BP Norway in September 2011. Source: Maersk Drilling

 Maerskmckinneymoller  (Container Ship)
vor 449 Tagen von arnekiel

Maersk Line Triple-E LEGO Set Hits the Shelve
Finally… the highly anticipated LEGO version of the world’s largest ship, Maersk Line’s Triple-E, is on sale and ready to order on backorder. With more than 1,500 pieces, features of the Triple-E set include rotating gold-colored propeller blades, brick-built twin 8-cylinder engines, viewing window into the engine compartment, adjustable rudders, detachable lifeboats, removable containers, rotating crane arms and a special ‘good luck’ coin placed. For you enthusiasts out there, the model boasts a rare color scheme with medium azur, dark red, sand blue and sand green. The set also includes a display stand and fact plaque with detailed information about the ship. The Triple-E set was first unveiled by LEGO in September, just a few months after the first real life vessel in the Triple-E class, MV Mc-Kinney Møller, sailed from the DSME shipyard in South Korea. Source : gCaptain

 Konosha  (General Cargo Ship)
vor 449 Tagen von Timsen

Grounding in Kerch Strait
The "Konosha" ran aground on Jan 4 , 2014, at around 01.40 a.m. in the Kerch Strait whuke proceeding in southern direction off Takyl Cape, Crimea Peninsula, odin.tc reports. The vessel which was loaded with coal was en route from Eysk to Trabzon. Two Ukrainian tugs were contracted to refloat the ship and arrived to the site in the evening. The vessel was to be refloated during Jan 5. The cause of the grounding was yet unknown, reportedly it was either a navigational mistake or a steering failure.

 Cg-hollyhock  (Other)
vor 449 Tagen von Timsen

Buoy tender damaged by bulkcarrier
On Dec 5, 2014, the "Mesabi Miner" ran into the stern of the USCG icebreaker "Hollyhock" on the northern Lake Michigan. The collision happened about 10:45 a.m. about 22 nautical miles west of the Straits of Mackinac. No injuries and no pollution resulted from the collision. The "Hollyhock" was breaking ice, cutting a line west, and hit a hard spot in the ice. the "Mesabi Miner" was astern of the Hollyhock and hit the "Hollyhock"’s stern. The "Hollyhock" sustained significant damage to its stern and fantail. The "Mesabi Miner" sustained damage to its bow. The "Hollyhock" started back toward St. Ignace after the collision and was 10 miles off St. Ignace at 6.45 p.m. The USCG Cutter "Biscayne Bay" was assisting the "Hollyhock", clearing its path back to shore, Showalter said. The "Biscayne Bay" was breaking ice in the lower St. Mary’s River at the time of the collision. The "Mesabi Miner" was carrying iron ore and on its way to Gary, Ind. It was continuing toward Gary, Ind. with its convoy of six commercial vessels after the collision after the USCG "Mobile Bay" arrived at the site and freed the "Mesabi Miner" with assistance from the USCG "Katmai Bay". Report with photos: www.uscgnews.com/...

 Mesabi Miner  (Bulk Carrier > Self Discharging Bulk Carrier)
vor 449 Tagen von Timsen

Bulkcarrier ran into icebreaker
On Dec 5, 2014, the "Mesabi Miner" ran into the stern of the USCG icebreaker "Hollyhock" on the northern Lake Michigan. The collision happened about 10:45 a.m. about 22 nautical miles west of the Straits of Mackinac. No injuries and no pollution resulted from the collision. The "Hollyhock" was breaking ice, cutting a line west, and hit a hard spot in the ice. the "Mesabi Miner" was astern of the Hollyhock and hit the "Hollyhock"’s stern. The "Hollyhock" sustained significant damage to its stern and fantail. The "Mesabi Miner" sustained damage to its bow. The "Hollyhock" started back toward St. Ignace after the collision and was 10 miles off St. Ignace at 6.45 p.m. The USCG Cutter "Biscayne Bay" was assisting the "Hollyhock", clearing its path back to shore, Showalter said. The "Biscayne Bay" was breaking ice in the lower St. Mary’s River at the time of the collision. The "Mesabi Miner" was carrying iron ore and on its way to Gary, Ind. It was continuing toward Gary, Ind. with its convoy of six commercial vessels after the collision after the USCG "Mobile Bay" arrived at the site and freed the "Mesabi Miner" with assistance from the USCG "Katmai Bay". Report with photos: www.uscgnews.com/...

 Agersoe III  (Passenger Ship > Passenger Ro Ro Cargo Ship)
vor 449 Tagen von Timsen

Allision in Stigsnæs
The "Agersø III" allided with the ferry landing in Stigsnæs in the evening of Jan 5, 2014. Eight passengers fell due to the impact, two of them were injured and had to be taken to Odense University Hospital, The ferry suffered scratches and dents in the hull but no damage below the waterline. Preliminary investigations suggested that a technical fault caused the accident. The Lolland-Falster police questioned the crew and found nothing to suggest a human error. Obviously the power of the bow thruster suddenly failed. Engineering studies now had to clarify the cause of the accident. The ferry was serving the route between Stigsnæs and Agersø.

 Fortunagracht  (General Cargo Ship)
vor 449 Tagen von Timsen

Allision in Brunsbüttel
On Jan 4, 2014, the "Fortunagracht" enroute from Haifa to Sundsvall allided with the lock wall in Brunsbüttel while entering the Kiel Canal on Jan 4, 2014, at 7.40 a.m. The ship suffered a dent and scratches on a length of 10 meters on port side, the lock itself was not damaged. The ship was allowed to continue its voyage eastbound at 8.40 a.m. after the investigations of the water police Brunsbüttel were finished and was now being expected in Sundsvall on Jan 7 at 5 a.m. German Report with photos: forum-schiff.de/p...

 Xue Long  (Service Ship > Icebreaker)
vor 449 Tagen von Timsen

Icebreaker stuck but not in danger
The "Xue Long"’s attempt to manoeuvre through the ice early on Jan 4 morning was unsuccessful, the master has confirmed to the Australian Maritime Safety Authority it is beset by ice. Late on Jan 3, the "Xue Long" had reported that it had concerns about the heavy ice that surrounded it and would attempt to free itself early next day. While this attempt had failed, the master of the ship had confirmed that the vessel was safe, was not in immediate distress and did not require assistance. There was no danger to personnel on board the vessel which had food supplies for several weeks. The master agreed that further assistance from the "Aurora Australis" is no longer required.


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