General information

IMO:
9444285
MMSI:
636013457
Callsign:
A8NC5
Width:
40.0 m
Length:
295.0 m
Deadweight:
Gross tonnage:
TEU:
Liquid Capacity:
Year of build:
Class:
AIS type:
Cargo Ship
Ship type:
Flag:
Liberia
Builder:
Owner:
Operator:
Insurer:

Course/Position

Position:
Navigational status:
Moving
Course:
147.0° / 0.0
Heading:
146.0° / 0.0
Speed:
Max speed:
Status:
moving
Area:
Red Sea
Last seen:
2019-09-23
< 1 min ago
Source:
T-AIS
Destination:
ETA:
Max Draught:
Last drought:
Last update:
28 min ago
Source:
T-AIS
Calculated ETA:

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Latest ports

Port
Arrival
Departure
Duration
2019-09-19
2019-09-19
21h 32m
2019-09-14
2019-09-15
1d 43m
2019-09-12
2019-09-13
18h 29m
2019-09-06
2019-09-08
1d 18h 39m
2019-09-03
2019-09-05
1d 1h 45m
2019-09-02
2019-09-02
14h 6m
2019-08-30
2019-09-01
1d 14h 20m
2019-08-24
2019-08-25
15h 44m
2019-08-22
2019-08-23
15h 32m
2019-08-14
2019-08-15
7h 15m
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest Waypoints

Waypoints
Time
Direction
Jeddah South
2019-09-23
Enter
Jeddah North
2019-09-23
Enter
Suez
2019-09-21
Enter
Port Said
2019-09-21
Enter
Kreta
2019-09-17
Enter
Strait of Messina
2019-09-16
Enter
Genoa Approach
2019-09-15
Enter
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest news

Repair of fire damage in Durban

Thu Mar 30 08:54:45 CEST 2017 Timsen

The "APL Austria" left the port of Ngquara after discharge of her cargo on March 24. She arrived in Durban on March 27 and docked at berth 104 at the New Pier Container Terminal ahead of up to one month’s work of repairs to the damage caused by the cargo fire near Jeffrey’s Bay, which had forced the ship to seek shelter in Ngqura harbour. Photos: http://africaports.co.za/2017/03/30/africa-news/#pic

Calcium hypochlorite suspected to have caused fire

Fri Mar 10 09:59:08 CET 2017 Timsen

The cause of the fire on board the "APL Austria" was now suspected to have been from a chemical, calcium hypochlorite, as used in chlorine manufacture. The ship was sailing off Jefferies Bay west of Port Elizabeth when the crew became aware of a fire among some containers in number 4 hold. After reporting the fire the ship was instructed to go to the shelter of Algoa Bay where tugs from either Port Elizabeth or Ngqura could assist with trying to extinguish the burning containers on Feb 12. After being unable to extinguish the fire the ship was requested to enter the port of Ngqura where fire fighting crews on the ground could assist and where some of the containers could be removed from the ship to allow access to the fire’s source. After removing a number of boxes ashore the fire was eventually brought under control and put out, allowing an investigation to commence by fire department and port officials as well as the South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA). An investigation has led them to believe that calcium hypochlorite, which is used for the disinfection of water, had been the cause. This chemical was found stowed in containers within the hold. Apparently the ship’s manifest did not reveal the chemical as being on board leaving the crew unaware of its presence on the ship. The "APL Austria" has remained in the port while the investigation has continued and to allow ship repair personnel access to repair the hatch covers damaged by the fire and heat.

Cause of fire has not yet been established - unloading ops going on

Wed Mar 01 11:58:50 CET 2017 Timsen

The "APL Austria" is still docked in the port of Ngqura while mop-up operations continued. No timeline could be given as to when the operation would be completed. South African Maritime Safety Authority (Samsa) technical adviser Captain Daron Burgess said the investigation was still under way and the cause of the fire had not yet been established. There were approximately 62 containers remaining in cargo hold No 4 for discharge. Once the hold was safe for entry, fire investigators would inspect it. The off-loading of the containers was weather-dependent and, on Feb 25, operations had to be stopped due to howling winds. The containers aboard the ship had been severely damaged and this was hampering efforts to retrieve them. The estimated damage to the ship may be in the millions of US dollars.

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