General information

IMO:
9386213
MMSI:
Callsign:
C6WE8
Width:
25.0 m
Length:
148.0 m
Deadweight:
Gross tonnage:
TEU:
Liquid Capacity:
Year of build:
Class:
AIS type:
Cargo Ship
Ship type:
Flag:
Bahamas
Builder:
Owner:
Operator:
Insurer:

Course/Position

Position:
Navigational status:
Moving
Course:
272.3° / 7.0
Heading:
273.0° / 7.0
Speed:
Max speed:
Status:
moving
Area:
Baltic Sea
Last seen:
2017-01-29
1720 days ago
Source:
T-AIS
Destination:
ETA:
Summer draft:
Current draft:
Last update:
3236 days ago
Source:
T-AIS
Calculated ETA:

Not visible with your account? Upgrade here...

Upgrade

Latest ports

Port
Arrival
Departure
Duration
2012-12-05
2012-12-05
1h 18m
2012-12-05
2012-12-05
9h 29m
2012-12-04
2012-12-05
9h 41m
2012-12-04
2012-12-04
29m
2012-11-25
2012-11-25
26m
2012-11-25
2012-11-25
21h
2012-11-25
2012-11-25
36m
2012-11-16
2012-11-17
16h 29m
2012-11-14
2012-11-15
49m
2012-11-14
2012-11-14
11h 12m
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest Waypoints

Waypoints
Time
Direction
-
-
-

Latest news

Smit and Mammoet complete wreck removal

Wed Jan 06 10:58:36 CET 2016 arnekiel

Boskalis subsidiary Smit Salvage along with Mammoet Salvage have completed the complex wreck removal of a sunken car carrier that was presenting environmental and navigation risks to Europe’s largest port. To engage seriously in marine salvage and wreck removal, participants must have a global capability. Operations literally on contractors’ doorsteps are perhaps rare but that opportunity arose for the two Dutch companies following collision between the car carrier Baltic Ace and container feeder Corvus J in December 2012. Corvus J struck the side of the Baltic Ace which capsized and sank within 15 minutes, sadly with the loss of 11 of the ship’s 24 man crew. After assisting in the search for the missing crew, Corvus J was able to continue its voyage. Baltic Ace had sailed from Zeebrugge bound for Finland while the container ship was on passage from Scotland when the collision occurred near the Noord Hinder Junction, a major shipping intersection around 40nm from Rotterdam. The sunken vessel lay on its side in a water depth of 35m and around 10m to 12m from the surface. Being in a busy shipping lane the wreck was clearly a danger to navigation, Dutch and Belgian maritime authorities subsequently monitoring the wreck closely. - See more at: http://www.maritimejournal.com/news101/tugs,-towing-and-salvage/smit-and-mammoet-complete-wreck-removal#sthash.DlvuPVh4.dpuf

Wreck of Baltic Ace removed

Tue Nov 24 17:32:38 CET 2015 Timsen

The wreckage of the "Baltic Ace" has been completely removed from its sinking site 65 kilometers off Schouwen-Duiveland by Boskalis Nederland BV/Mammoet Salvage B.V. On Nov 24 the fairway was given officially free for ship traffic. Recycling of the ship and the cargo in Vlaardingen will take some more months. Dutch reports with photos and videos: http://www.omroepzeeland.nl/nieuws/2015-11-24/944433/baltic-ace-volledig-verwijderd-van-zeebodem#.VlSQVzaFPIU http://www.schuttevaer.nl/nieuws/zeevaart/nid23776-baltic-ace-geborgen-video.html

Sections of Baltic Ace transported to Vlaardingen

Mon Oct 05 11:02:06 CEST 2015 Timsen

Parts of the "Baltic Ace" were shipped away from Rotterdam in the morning of Oct 3 on board the "Smit Barge 2" to a scrap metal company in Vlaardingen. The segments have been located in the Waal Port of Rotterdam. Dutch report with photo: http://www.rijnmond.nl/nieuws/03-10-2015/stukken-baltic-ace-onderweg-naar-schroothoop

Upload News

Daily average speed

Not visible with your account? Upgrade here...

Upgrade

Distance travelled

Not visible with your account? Upgrade here...

Upgrade

Ship master data