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IMO:
9156515
MMSI:
245968000
Rufzeichen:
PCHM
Breite:
32.0 m
Länge:
238.0 m
DWT:
Gross Tonnage:
TEU:
Liquid Capacity:
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Klasse:
AIS Typ:
Passenger ship
Ship type:
Flagge:
Netherlands
Hersteller:
Eigner:
Operator:
Versicherer:

Kurs/Position

Position:
AIS Status :
Moored
Kurs:
11.9° / 0.0
Kompasskurs:
88.0° / 0.0
Geschwindigkeit:
Max. Geschwindigkeit:
Status:
moored
Location:
Corfu (Kerkira Port)
Gebiet:
Ionian Sea
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Zielort:
ETA:
Summer draft:
Current draft:
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vor 9 Min
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Die letzten Häfen

Port
Arrival
Departure
Duration
2021-11-18
13d 10h 32m
2021-10-19
2021-11-14
25d 14h 21m
2021-09-26
2021-10-16
19d 11h 21m
2021-09-03
2021-09-26
22d 22h 42m
2021-08-22
2021-08-30
7d 11h 49m
2021-07-26
2021-08-22
26d 15h 4m
2021-06-26
2021-07-26
29d 11h 38m
2021-05-23
2021-06-26
33d 11h 41m
2021-04-28
2021-05-23
24d 13h 4m
2021-03-26
2021-04-28
32d 21h 25m
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Die letzten Wegpunkte

Waypoints
Time
Direction
Pantelleria East
2021-03-24
Ankommen
Sizilien
2021-03-24
Ankommen
Isla de Alboran
2021-03-24
Ankommen
Strait of Gibraltar
2021-03-21
Abfahren
Selsey
2020-10-01
Ankommen
Fawley Approach
2020-10-01
Ankommen
Southampton Approach
2020-10-01
Ankommen
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Die neuesten Nachrichten

Medevac off Durban

Tue May 19 09:08:34 CEST 2020 Timsen

The 'Volendam' which sailed from Cape Town bound for South East Asia with only crew on board, diverted in the direction of Durban on May 18, 2020. A 26-year old New Zealand crewman was suffering a medical complaint that required urgent hospital care. At 10 a.m. the NSRI Station Durban, together with Netcare 911 rescue paramedics, launched the 'Alick Rennie' and rendezvoused with the cruise ship as it approached Durban. The ship had already left the shores of Africa behind when the medical crisis reached a point where the WC Government Health EMS duty doctor, in communication with the ship’s medical crew, decided that the patient required hospital care as soon as possible. The NSRI rescue craft rendezvoused with the vessel three miles offshore where an NSRI rescue swimmer and a Netcare 911 rescue paramedic boarded the ship. The paramedic took over care of the patient from the ship’s medical crew and the patient was transferred onto the sea rescue craft without incident. In a stable condition and in the care of the paramedic, the patient was taken to the NSRI Durban sea rescue base from where he was transported by ambulance to hospital. The NSRI said all Covid-19 precautions and protocols were observed during the operation.

Elderly Sydney woman winched from Dutch cruise ship Volendam

Mon Nov 24 09:40:14 CET 2014 arnekiel

The RACQ CareFlight Rescue helicopter has winched an elderly Sydney woman from the Dutch cruise ship Volendam while it was tracking 40 nautical miles east off Rainbow Beach, Australia. It was reported the woman, aged in her eighties, suffered a medical condition after boarding the ship with her daughter in Sydney on Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014. The woman was treated by the ship’s doctor but when her condition worsened last night, the Sunshine Coast based RACQ CareFlight Rescue helicopter was tasked to the northwards-bound ship to leave at first light this morning. Before 6am, the crew spotted the ship 60 nautical miles north east of their Sunshine Coast base and prepared for a winch rescue. A Queensland Ambulance Service Flight Intensive Care Paramedic was winched down onto the front of the moving vessel. The patient was treated, secured in the stretcher and winched aboard the helicopter. She was airlifted in a stable condition to Nambour General Hospital where a Brisbane-based relative was said to have met her. Report with photo and video: http://www.qt.com.au/news/woman-winched-moving-cruise-ship-rainbow-beach/2462498/

Coroner found out that deadly accident was compounded by sailor not having been able to swim

Tue Aug 13 10:24:14 CEST 2013 Timsen

A life saving attendant who drowned in Lyttelton Harbour after falling 16 metres from the side of the "Volendam" on Jan 8, 2011, was not wearing a life jacket and could not swim. Nanang Dwi Purwono died during an accident when he was doing maintenance work on a lifeboat on the side of cruise ship berthed in Lyttelton Harbour. He was one of two men on the boat when one of the wires suspending the lifeboat to the ship snapped, leaving the boat dangling and throwing the men into the water below. Purwono was hired in 2009 as a life saving attendant, leaving him responsible for the maintenance of all life saving equipment, including lifeboats. At the time of his death, he had been greasing wire hoisting ropes on a lifeboat with crew member Heri Wijayaguna, when another crew member operating the boat's winch began lowering the lifeboat so they could finish greasing. Both crew members had been wearing safety harnesses which were attached to a safety line. In his evidence, Wijayaguna recalled hearing a sound like a broken thing, like a crack and was suddenly falling into the water. One of two wires holding the boat to the cruise ship was corroded and snapped, leaving the boat dangling and suspended by only one wire. The safety line fastening the men to the boat then broke under the strain. Wijayaguna saw Purwono calling for help, but he couldn't move before he went under the water. The crew member who had been operating the winch threw a life ring to Purwono, but he was unable to reach it as the wind was quickly dragging the men towards the bow of the ship. Wijayaguna managed to keep afloat by holding a grease-filled bucket. A rescue boat was soon launched and pulled Wijayaguna from the water, but could not locate Purwono. Two other boats of New Zealand Search and Rescue and commercial divers joined in the search, and the body was eventually found about four hours later on the seabed. A post mortem examination concluded Purwono had died by drowning. An investigation by the Transport Accident Investigation Commission found the section of the wire that failed had not been adequately lubricated or thoroughly inspected in the entire four years it had been in service. Purwono's death was ruled as accidental and the accident was compounded by the fact Purwono was wearing a heavy safety harness and clothes, was not wearing a lifejacket and could not swim.

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