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Medevac in Hamburg
The fire brigade medevaced a crew member of the "Minerva Kythnos" from a tanker in the afternoon of Jan 13, 2018, in the Kattwyk Port in Hamburg. The man probably suffered a herniated disc on board. To get him ashore was a bit complicated because the ship was not moored at the quay. The man was first lifted by a crane off the ship, assisted by a special rescue team to get onto a fire boat which brought him ashore to the Rethe lifting bridge, where an ambulance was already waiting for the man. The rescue operation took a total of about three hours. German report with photo: https://www.focus.de/regional/hamburg/hamburg-aufwendige-rettungsaktion-im-hafen-feuerwehr-holt-verletzten-seemann-an-land_id_8295241.html
Kyklades sells aframax for $27m
One of the more active Greek tanker owners in the S&P markets has been busy wheeling and dealing again. Kyklades Maritime Corp has sold the five-year-old Nissos Kynthos aframax to fellow Greek owner Minerva Marine for $27m. Kyklades sold two suezmaxes to India’s Aza Shipping earlier this year while it snapped up a pair of VLCC resales from Metrostar Management in October. Minerva, meanwhile, was linked with a VLCC auction in June.
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