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IMO:
9131515
MMSI:
229369000
Rufzeichen:
9HA3276
Breite:
25.0 m
Länge:
185.0 m
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Cargo Ship
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Malta
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Position:
AIS Status :
Moored
Kurs:
214.9° / -128.0
Kompasskurs:
511.0° / -128.0
Geschwindigkeit:
Max. Geschwindigkeit:
Status:
moored
Location:
Livorno (Building Wharf)
Gebiet:
Tyrrhenian Sea
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Genoa Approach
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Grimaldi comments on seizure

Wed Nov 27 13:00:37 CET 2019 Timsen

The Grimaldi Group on Nov 26 has commented the seizure of the 'Eurocargo Trieste': "With reference to the accident that occurred last week on the Eurocargo Trieste, and following the publication of some articles showing the ship's alleged failure to comply with safety standards, the Grimaldi Group wishes to specify the following. Around 02:00 am on Thursday 21 November, shortly after leaving Livorno, a fire broke out in the engine room for reasons being investigated. The ,aster of the ship promptly intervened the crew and immediately alerted the competent authorities, fire brigades and tugs. The shutdown operations ended at 12:00, without damaging the 170 trailers on board, no one among the 25 crew members was injured or intoxicated. A few hours after the incident, alleged anomalies regarding the ship's safety equipment were notified to the Company. It is important to point out that the fire was extinguished after more than 10 hours of work by the crew, the fire brigade and the nautical technical services of the port, and the plants referred to were subjected to intensive use which has obviously compromised its functionality. The anomalies raised are, therefore, the consequence of the fire itself. The Eurocargo Trieste is used on the Livorno-Savona-Barcelona-Valencia route and has registered over 250 stopovers in the last year. The ship is subjected to periodic checks by the RINA classification company, as well as external audits and inspections carried out by the port State (PSC "Paris MoU") which have regularly certified the correct application of international health and safety standards and environment. Furthermore, the most recent PSC inspection, carried out in the port of Livorno last September, did not report any ship's deficiencies in the ISM (International Safety Management Code), nor to fire-fighting vehicles. The Eurocargo Trieste ro / ro ship built in 1997 at Fincantieri on behalf of leading Spanish shipowners, was purchased in 2015 by the Malta Motorways of the Sea Ltd company and is currently chartered by Grimaldi Euromed SpA. The ship is registered with the prestigious Maltese register, in the White List according to the Paris MoU, and is managed under the technical-operational profile of the Greek ship management company Valiant Shipping. Immediately after the purchase and over the last four years, the ship underwent major upgrading works, for an amount of over 4 million euros, which further increased its quality and safety standards. The Grimaldi Group makes every effort to ensure the highest safety standards for its ships, given the worrying increase in cases of on-board fires recorded on a global scale. In addition to regulatory requirements, the Group promotes additional initiatives in terms of prevention of material and environmental damage and training with exercises both on board and on land, as well as regular internal controls regarding compliance with safety procedures." The sip berthed at the building wharf in Livorno on Dec 3. The leadership of the Grimaldi Group takes the opportunity to express its appreciation to the Italian authorities, especially the Coast Guard and the Fire Brigade of Livorno, for their prompt intervention. Finally, the Group wishes to express its profound thanks to the Commander and the crew of the Eurocargo Trieste ship, for the promptness and professionalism lavished on the management of the accident ".

Ferry seized after fire

Sat Nov 23 23:39:03 CET 2019 Timsen

The 'Eurocargo Trieste'was seized in Livorno on Nov 23 following an inspection of the technicians of the Harbour Office which had boarded the ferry to establish the causes of the fire that developed in the engine room. At the end of the inspection, various anomalies were found which turned out to be non-compliant with navigation safety standards and led the inspectors to seize the ship. In particular, irregularities were detected in the fixed on-board fire-fighting system and in the ship's safety equipment, which must therefore be restored before it can operate again. Checks were also being carried out on the ship by the inspectors of the shipping company and representatives of the flag State Malta.

Ferry towed into port

Fri Nov 22 09:12:58 CET 2019 Timsen

The fire aboard the 'Eurocargo Trieste' was finally extinguished in the afternoon of Nov 21, while the ship was moored at the Veglaia dam off Livorno. The starboard side main engine had initially been on fire, later it spread to the generator. Due to the persistence of high temperatures and the release of dense smoke the ship had been held off the port as long as as an inspection of the engine room could be carried out and remaining hot spots had been extinguished. Once at the wharf, the cargo was to be unloaded and then the technical checks on the causes of the fire commenced. The ship was cleared to enter Livorno and was towed into the port at 4.30 p.m.where it berthed at the south quay of the Sintermar terminal. Video: https://www.rainews.it/tgr/toscana/video/2019/11/tos-livorno-porto-cargo-incendio-20ab4931-bd7c-4d7d-b7d9-cc7a5750f315.html

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