General information

IMO:
9262895
MMSI:
372546000
Callsign:
HOTU
Width:
20.0 m
Length:
135.0 m
Deadweight:
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Year of build:
Class:
AIS type:
Cargo Ship
Ship type:
Flag:
Panama
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Course/Position

Position:
Navigational status:
Moored
Course:
18.0° / 0.0
Heading:
18.0° / 0.0
Speed:
Max speed:
Status:
moored
Location:
Portland (AU) (Portland General Cargo Docks)
Area:
Australia
Last seen:
1 day ago 
Source:
T-AIS
Destination:
ETA:
Max Draught:
Last drought:
Last update:
1 day ago 
Source:
T-AIS
Calculated ETA:

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Latest ports

Port
Arrival
Departure
Duration
2018-12-03
2018-12-11
7d 19h 56m
2018-11-20
2018-11-28
7d 23h 34m
2018-11-19
2018-11-20
1d 12m
2018-10-28
2018-11-02
5d 3h 4m
2018-10-22
2018-10-28
6d 1h 18m
Indonesia
2018-10-15
2018-10-17
1d 15h 13m
Australia
2018-10-02
2018-10-03
20h 20m
China
2018-09-13
2018-09-15
2d 2h 51m
Australia
2018-08-24
2018-08-25
1d 20h 40m
Australia
2018-08-06
2018-08-07
23h 21m
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest news

Livstock carrier left Portland

Thu Nov 29 12:22:14 CET 2018 Timsen

After unloading 4327 dairy heifers the "Jawan" left the port of Portland empty of stock in the night of Nov 28. The cattle were returned to the feedlot and were to be exported at a later date. The "Jawan", an AMSA accredited vessel, had serviced Australias's livestock export trade for many years, having been converted from a feeder in 2003, before facing stability issues last week. After having been unloaded on Nov 28 and spending some days on open sea, the vessel returned to the cruise and layup berth in Portland on Dec 3 at 10.30 p.m. and remained stationary since. Best regards Report with photos: https://www.beefcentral.com/live-export/mv-jawan-leaves-portland-empty-while-probe-into-instability-continues/

Whole cargo being unloaded

Tue Nov 27 12:14:23 CET 2018 Timsen

More than 4,000 cattle were being unloaded from the "Jawan" after it failed to safely sail from the port of Portland, Victoria, twice in a week. The Federal Department of Agriculture and Water Resources has launched an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the shipment of livestock on the vessel, operated by MarConsult Schiffahrt GmbH & Co KG, which was bound for Pakistan and Oman. The ship was prevented from leaving the port on both Nov 22 and Nov 24 due to stability issues with the ship rocking from side to side. In the night of Nov 26, after discussions with the "Jawan"'s operators and classification society, the AMSA has determined that the ship will not be released from detention with cattle on-board given the stability issues had not been resolved The AMSA has informed the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources [DAWR] of the decision not to permit this shipment and understands that all cattle have begun to be removed from the vessel in the morning of Nov 27 after discussions between DAWR and the exporter. The AMSA will not permit any further loading of livestock on the vessel until the cause of stability issues have been confirmed. The vessel was free to depart without livestock onboard. The cattle were unloaded from the vessel under the supervision of the Department of Agriculture. It was estimated that the unloading process would take a day or two, and the animals were being put on trucks and transported out of the port. A departmental vet is overseeing the unloading process and has reported no welfare or health issues among the animals, which were returned to the feedlot. After the first failed attempt to sail only 380 of the 4,327 cattle on board were removed in an effort to improve the ship's stability, but when it sailed out again there were still issues. One animal had died, but the death was unrelated to the stability issues experienced by the vessel. The AMSA was working with the vessel's classification society, technical experts and the vessel operators to determine how the issues can be resolved. Report with photos: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-11-27/4000-cattle-unloaded-from-live-export-ship-after-failure-to-sail/10557946

Stability issues still unresolved

Mon Nov 26 11:05:06 CET 2018 Timsen

780 cattle have meanwhile been removed from the "Jawan" by the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources and the AMSA. The vessel had 4.237 cattle on board when it suffered stability issues when sailing in charter of the Perth based Atlas Exports from Portland for Oman and Pakistan on Nov 21. On Nov 23 the ship was detained, and 380 cattle were returned to the feedlot to improve the stability. The "Jawan" sailed again on Nov 24 but was still moving in an unusual way. A further 400 head of livestock were removed, and in the afternoon of Nov 26 the AMSA was still working with the vessel's classification sciaty and technical experts along with the ship operators in order to resolve the trouble. A veterinary officer found no health and welfare issues during an inspection. The DAWR continued to monitor the situation.

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