Rostock

Allgemeine Informationen

Name:
Rostock
Land:
Germany
UN/Locode:
DERSK
Local time:
Festgemachte Schiffe:
105
Erwartete Schiffe:
12
Liegeplätze:
56
Koordinaten:
N 54° 10' E 012° 06'

Festgemachte Schiffe

Name
Type
Moored
Unklassifiziert
01.05. 09:38
Frachtschiff
27.05. 08:32
Passagierschiff
27.05. 12:32
Unklassifiziert
27.05. 15:39
Frachtschiff
19.05. 18:47
Tanker
27.05. 04:57
Unklassifiziert
27.05. 05:53
Frachtschiff
26.05. 19:23
Sportboot
22.05. 15:20
Segelschiff
27.05. 15:36

Erwartete Schiffe

Name
Typ
Erwarted
Frachtschiff
27.05. 18:00
Passagierschiff
27.05. 21:00
Passagierschiff
27.05. 21:00
Frachtschiff
28.05. 02:30
Frachtschiff
28.05. 04:00
Frachtschiff
30.05. 20:00
Tanker
02.06. 14:00

Ausgelaufene Schiffe

Name
Typ
Ausgelaufen
Frachtschiff
27.05. 17:30
Passagierschiff
27.05. 16:24
Passagierschiff
27.05. 15:53
Passagierschiff
27.05. 15:39
Passagierschiff
27.05. 14:25
Passagierschiff
27.05. 13:45
Passagierschiff
27.05. 11:25
Passagierschiff
27.05. 09:26
Passagierschiff
27.05. 09:03
Passagierschiff
27.05. 08:01

Die neuesten Nachrichten

Accident at Liebherr site

Sat May 02 19:10:51 CEST 2020 Timsen

On May 2, a HLC 295000 heavy load crane of Liebherr mounted on the deck of the 'Orion I' crashed in the Seaport of Rostock during a test when lifting a pontoon which was filled with 5.550 tons of water. The crane boom broke off, and parts fell onto the 'Orion I', which started to list to port side, and onto the quay edge. Heavy metal pieces flew around. Five people inside the crane's cabin were injured by the heave jerk. The fire brigade, ambulances and police attended with a large contingent. They tried to free the victims from the steel mesh. There were two serious and three minor injuries. A total of 120 people were on board the 'Orion I' who were now being evacuated and looked after. A rescue helicopter has landed. In addition, large amounts of oil leaked out, which the fire brigade has to collect before it got into the water. It is the second accident on the Liebherr site within a few months. In January, two loading cranes fell into the water during tests. The salvage then took several months. Reports with photos and video: https://www.nonstopnews.de/meldung/32916 https://www.ndr.de/nachrichten/mecklenburg-vorpommern/Rostock-Erneutes-Unglueck-mit-Hafenkran,hafenkran156.html https://www.t-online.de/nachrichten/panorama/id_87809036/rostock-krank-knickt-im-hafen-ab-fuenf-verletzte.html

First LNG bunkering operation in the Port of Rostock

Fri Jan 24 12:13:53 CET 2020 Timsen

In the second ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operation to take place in Germany and the first ever in the Port of Rostock, on Jan 22, 2020 the world’s largest LNG bunker vessel 'Kairos' supplied fuel to the newly-built offshore installation vessel 'Orion' which was berthed at the Liebherr construction yard in the Port of Rostock, where she is being outfitted with a 5,000-tonne crane. DEME is a leading adopter of LNG as a marine fuel, and the 'Orion' is its fifth dual-fuel vessel. This operation strengthens the LNG cluster in Rostock significantly and is an essential extension of the services offered by the port. The continuous development from the LNG bunkering operations by truck during the last years towards the first ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operation shows the strong operational performance of the port team. Report with photo: https://www.maritime-executive.com/article/port-of-rostock-hosts-its-first-ship-to-ship-lng-bunkering

Corvus Energy to provide batteries for AIDA Cruises ships

Sun Aug 25 11:36:58 CEST 2019 arnekiel

Marine battery supplier Corvus Energy is to install its lithium-ion battery storage systems onboard AIDA Cruises’ ships to reduce fossil fuel use and emissions. In a project that will also involve ABB and Siemens, Corvus will install and commission the battery storage systems on the first AIDA ship in 2020. The companies then plan to then use their findings from the pilot project to successfully fit battery systems onboard other vessels in the AIDA fleet. “Our goal is the emissions-neutral ship operation,” said Michael Thamm, group CEO of Costa Group and Carnival Asia.

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