Trondheim

General information

Name:
Trondheim
Country:
Norway
UN/Locode:
NOTRD
Local time:
Moored Vessels:
40
Expected Vessels:
1
Berths:
1
Coordinates:
N 63° 26' E 010° 23'

Moored Vessels

Name
Type
Moored
Tanker
25.10. 12:30
Passenger Ship
27.09. 20:58
Sailing Vessel
02.10. 13:37
Pleasure Craft
07.11. 15:37
High-speed Craft
22.01. 10:24
Sailing Vessel
29.10. 13:17
Pilot Vessel
20.01. 15:42
Rescue Vessel
19.01. 17:46
Pleasure Craft
03.01. 22:20
Pleasure Craft
19.01. 16:19

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Passenger Ship
22.01. 09:35
Unclassified
22.01. 00:17
Cargo Ship
21.01. 16:36
Cargo Ship
21.01. 15:30
Passenger Ship
21.01. 13:17
Cargo Ship
21.01. 09:42
Unclassified
21.01. 09:35
Unclassified
21.01. 05:51
Cargo Ship
21.01. 03:21
Cargo Ship
20.01. 13:54

Latest news

Over 70 offshore vessels laid up in the North Sea

Fri Oct 16 07:45:55 CEST 2015 arnekiel

Two more anchor handling tug supply (AHTS) vessels have been idled in Norway, bringing the number of vessels laid up in the North Sea to 71. Today, Boa Offshore’s vessel Boa Jarl (26,969 bhp, built 2015) was laid up in Trondheim, having been unemployed since completing 14 days’ work for Lundin in mid-August. Simon Møkster Rederi’s Stril Commander (17,250 bhp, built 2009) was laid up at Stavanger after completing its previous charter with Prosafe at the end of September. Some 17 AHTSs are now laid up in the North Sea, plus 50 platform supply vessels (PSV) and four multipurpose supply vessels. Meanwhile, Dana Petroleum today chartered Greatship India’s PSV Malaviya 7 (4,587 dwt, built 1994) for supply duties for £3,000 per day. The reported rate was even lower than seen on Tuesday, when Wood Group fixed Gulf Offshore’s PSV Highland Chieftain (4,000 dwt, built 2013) for supply duties at £3,250 daily. http://splash247.com/over-70-offshore-vessels-laid-up-in-the-north-sea/

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