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Detention in Ellesmere
The "Mikhail Dudin" was detained in the port of Ellesmere on May 8, 2018. Eight deficiencies were reported with one ground for detention. The vessel was subsequently released from detention on May 11 and headed to St. Petersburg, where it berthed on May 19.
Engine failure off Kiel Canal locks
Enroute from St. Petersburg to Hamburg the "Mikhail Dudin" suffered an engine failure while being about to enter the Kiel Canal locks in Holtenau in the afternoon of Feb 11, 2015. The ship could, however, avoid to crash into the lock and was towed back to Kiel Roads by the SFK-tug "Holtenau". The ship had on board 54 containers with radioactive substances which had been loaded in St. Petersburg. After the crew had carried out repairs, the ship was able to resume its voyage in the afternoon of Feb 12 and berthed at the Athabaska Quay in Hamburg around 3 p.m. The ship shifted to warehouse 76/77 at the Mönckeberg Quay in the Ellerholz Port at 5 p.m. before leaving Hamburg again with Goole as next destination.
Secret nuclear cargo shipped around Norway on 'Mikhail Dudin'
The small vessel “Mikhail Dudin” set sail Wednesday evening (April 3, 2013) on her return voyage from Murmansk after the vessel over the last 48 hours has unloaded the potentially deadly cargo at Atomflot. The only foreign flagged vessels making port calls to Atomflot are those with some kind of nuclear cargo. Atomflot is Russia’s only import site for containers with spent nuclear fuel. Other kind of radioactive material could be shipped to port in St. Petersburg. The cargo of nuclear waste reportedly comes from a former Soviet designed research reactor in Poland, and is part of a US, Russian cooperation to organize shipments of highly-enriched uranium back to Russia to avoid it from ending up in terrorists' hands. From Poland, “Mikhail Dudin” has sailed towards the North Sea and northbound the coast of Norway towards the Barents Sea. More at http://barentsobserver.com/en/security/2013/04/secret-nuclear-cargo-shipped-around-norway-03-04News schreiben