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 William Shakespeare  (Container Ship)
238 days ago by Swiss63

Charter
2 months charter, trading Asia - Mediterranean, Mitui OSK

 Anl Bindaree  (Container Ship)
238 days ago by Swiss63

Charter
7 - 10 months charter extension, trading Australia - US West Coast, CMA CGM

 Mare Arcticum  (Container Ship)
238 days ago by Swiss63

Charter
6 - 8 months charter extension, trading Asia, MSC

 Northern Promotion  (Container Ship)
238 days ago by Swiss63

Charter
60 - 75 days charter, trading Asia, PIL

 Rhl Calliditas  (Container Ship)
238 days ago by Swiss63

Charter
9 - 12 months charter, trading Asia, NYK

 Seroja Empat  (Container Ship)
238 days ago by Swiss63

Charter
4 - 6 months charter, trading Asia, Maersk

 Baltic Novel  (General Cargo Ship > Refrigerated Cargo Ship)
238 days ago by Timsen

Underway to Alang breakers
The "Baltic Novel" sailed from Kaoshiung on June 30, 2014, bound for Alang breakers with an ETA of July 14.

 Sturgeon  (Gas Tanker > Lpg Tanker)
238 days ago by BerndU

sold to breakers
sold to 's Gravendeel breakers Picture:www.shipspotting....

 Atlantic  (Fishing Vessel)
238 days ago by Timsen

Medevac off Whitehaven
On July 6, 2014, at 12:07 a.m. the St Bees RNLI relief lifeboat "Eric C Guest" was launched on service having been paged by the Liverpool Coastguard. They were requested to go to the assistance of the "Atlantic". A 52-year-old crew member had been reported to have stomach pains and was drifting in and out of consciousness. There was insufficient water for the survey vessel to enter Whitehaven Harbour, so it was decided that they should head for the more sheltered waters of Saltom Bay where the volunteer crew of St. Bees RNLI transferred the casualty to the lifeboat. The St. Bees lifeboat was then able to take the casualty to Whitehaven Harbour where an ambulance was waiting. The lifeboat was returned to station and made ready for service at 3:30 a.m.

 Loch Riddon  (Passenger Ship)
238 days ago by Timsen

Passengers stuck on board after problem with the ram
On July 6, 2014, the "Loch Riddon" was disabled just after she left the port of Largs for the 10-minute trip to Cumbrae after a problem with the hydraulic ramp. It was decided to return to the port in an attempt to repair the problem. 57 people and six cars were on board the 11.45 a.m. sailing. The "Loch Riddon" tied up at the port but it was decided passengers could not disembark safely so they were kept on board and were given hot drinks and water. A temporary fix was carried out and all the passengers and cars were eventually allowed off the vessel at 1.30 p.m. after a temporary fix was done. The ferry went back into service at 4 p.m.


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