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IMO:
9148221
MMSI:
212362000
Rufzeichen:
P3MF7
Breite:
15.0 m
Länge:
91.0 m
DWT:
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TEU:
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AIS Typ:
Other Ship
Ship type:
Flagge:
Cyprus
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Eigner:
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Kurs/Position

Position:
AIS Status :
Undefined
Kurs:
0.1° / 0.0
Kompasskurs:
324.0° / 0.0
Geschwindigkeit:
Max. Geschwindigkeit:
Status:
moored
Location:
El Ferrol (El Ferrol Outer Port)
Gebiet:
NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN
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2019-08-19
vor 1 Min
Source:
T-AIS
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ETA:
Max. Tiefgang:
Letzter Tiefgang:
Letztes Update:
vor 6 Min
Source:
T-AIS
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1d 14h 47m
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2d 20h 38m
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1d 9h 11m
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3d 23h 50m
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2d 1h 44m
2019-07-27
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2019-07-23
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3d 7h 51m
2019-07-20
2019-07-22
1d 18h 52m
2019-07-16
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2d 21h 48m
2019-07-13
2019-07-15
2d 10h 2m
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Die neuesten Nachrichten

Northern Isles cargo ship crew 'paid £2.56 an hour'

Sat Apr 22 13:03:44 CEST 2017 arnekiel

The crew of a Scottish cargo ship are reportedly being paid almost £5 less an hour than the minimum wage. Sailors aboard the MV Daroja, which carries goods between Aberdeen and the Northern Isles, allegedly earn £2.56 an hour against a statutory minimum of £7.50. A protest was held on Friday, six months after demonstrations over the pay of crew sailing on ferries contracted by the Scottish Government. Streamline Shipping, which chartered the Daroja but does not own the vessel or employ its crew, received £3m in government subsidies between 2008 and 2014. https://stv.tv/news/north/1386373-northern-isles-cargo-ship-crew-paid-2-56-an-hour/

Watchkeeper 'distracted by tablet' before ships collided

Thu Dec 22 09:49:53 CET 2016 arnekiel

A watchkeeper may have been distracted by using his tablet computer before a collision between two ships at sea, a report has found. The cargo ship Daroja and oil bunker barge Erin Wood collided off Peterhead at around 5pm on August 29, 2016, putting the lives of two crew in grave danger The Erin Wood heeled over 90 degrees and water rushed in. The deckhand, who was in the mess room, was fully submerged in seawater while the skipper escaped from the flooded bridge through an open window. The Cyprus registered Daroja sustained minor damage, but damage to the St Kitts and Nevis registered barge included breaches of the hull, resulting in flooding of the vessel and pollution from leaking fuel cargo. A Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) report into the incident, which happened four nautical miles south east of Peterhead, found that poor watchkeeping by lone watchkeepers led to the collision. https://stv.tv/news/north/1376358-watchkeeper-distracted-by-tablet-before-ships-collided/

Report on collision to be revealed soon

Fri Sep 23 11:11:01 CEST 2016 Timsen

The final outcome of an investigation into a collision between the "Erin Wood" and the "Daroja" on Aug 29, 2015, in the North Sea will be revealed in the coming weeks. The Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) said its assessment has focused on a number of aspects including safety management and emergencyresponse. On the night of the incident the "Erin Wood" had departed from North Shields in England. At the time it was fully loaded with 130 tons of marine gas and oil which was destined for Scrabster. The "Daroja" had sailed from Aberdeen and commenced passage to Lerwick in Shetland the following day. Both the cargo vessel and bunker barge were four nautical miles south-east of Peterhead but “neither watchkeeper was aware of the other vessel approaching”. The two collided with damage to the "Erin Wood" including breaches of the hull which led to significant flooding as well as pollution from the leaking fuel cargo. The "Daroja" suffered minor indentation damage to its bulbous bow. Once the situation on board the "Erin Wood" was under control, it was towed to Peterhead by the trawler "Ocean Endeavour". The "Daroja" also proceeded to Peterhead. Both vessels were subsequently inspected by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, approval was given for Daroja to proceed back to sea, however the "Erin Wood" was detained due to the level of damage sustained. The investigation has been looking to determine the causes and circumstances of the collision. A draft report is now expected to be with key stakeholders in the next two weeks.

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