General information

IMO:
9491422
MMSI:
210776000
Callsign:
5BAM4
Width:
18.0 m
Length:
88.0 m
Deadweight:
Gross tonnage:
TEU:
Liquid Capacity:
Year of build:
Class:
AIS type:
Cargo Ship
Ship type:
Flag:
Cyprus
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Operator:
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Course/Position

Position:
Navigational status:
Moving
Course:
334.0° / 0.0
Heading:
334.0° / 0.0
Speed:
Max speed:
Status:
moored
Location:
Bremerhaven (Fischereihafen)
Area:
Germany
Last seen:
2021-04-22
2 min ago
Source:
T-AIS
Destination:
ETA:
Summer draft:
Current draft:
Last update:
7 min ago
Source:
T-AIS
Calculated ETA:

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Latest ports

Port
Arrival
Departure
Duration
2021-04-21
10h 14m
2021-04-21
2021-04-21
41m
2021-04-20
2021-04-20
50m
2021-04-17
2021-04-17
1h
2021-04-14
2021-04-15
12h 36m
2021-04-08
2021-04-08
13h 53m
2021-03-10
2021-03-11
54m
2021-03-10
2021-03-10
1h 19m
2021-02-02
2021-03-09
34d 21h 7m
2020-11-06
2021-02-02
87d 22h 12m
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest Waypoints

Waypoints
Time
Direction
Bremerhaven
2021-04-21
Enter
Mellum
2021-04-21
Enter
Weser Pilot Innen
2021-04-21
Enter
Lighthouse Roter Sand
2021-04-21
Enter
Wangerooge
2021-04-21
Enter
Weser Pilot Tonne 2
2021-04-21
Leave
Wangerooge
2021-04-21
Leave
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest news

Offshore ship to search for downed helicopter

Tue May 26 13:24:51 CEST 2020 Timsen

The 'EDT Hercules' carrying a combined Canadian and American military recovery team, has departed Soudas Bay, Greece on a mission to retrieve the wreckage of a downed CH-148 Cyclone helicopter. In a statement issued on May 25, 2020, the Department of National Defence said the vessel was expected to take two days to arrive at the crash site, which was about 22 nautical miles east of Catania in the Ionian Sea. The search will begin within 24 hours of the arrival of the vessel on site. The helicopter — call sign Stalker-22 — was returning from a routine surveillance training mission on April 29 when it crashed into the ocean within sight of HMCS 'Fredericton', the patrol frigate from which it was operating. Six military members — four flight crew and two sailors — died in the accident. The body of Sub-Lt. Abbigail Cowbrough was recovered almost immediately after the crash. The partial remains of one of the Cyclone's pilots, Capt. Brenden Ian MacDonald, also was retrieved from the crash scene. The remaining members on board the flight — Capt. Kevin Hagen, Capt. Maxime Miron-Morin, Sub-Lt. Matthew Pyke and Master Cpl. Matthew Cousins — were missing and presumed dead. Retrieving the wreckage from about 3,000 metres of water is going to be a difficult and complicated task. Aboard the Hercules is a American ROV which is capable of diving in deep waters. Defence officials were reluctant last week to offer a timeline for the recovery operation because much will depend on weather and sea conditions in the area. The crew of the 'Fredericton' was able to plot the location where the aircraft went down, but defence officials cautioned during the technical briefing that the seabed and underwater currents may have shifted it since the accident. The Cyclone carried with it an underwater crash beacon that continues to operate for 30 days after being activated. It can only be picked up, however, by a search vessel operating in the vicinity of the wreckage. The Cyclone maritime helicopter fleet has been effectively grounded since the accident. A seven-person investigation team from the air force's Directorate of Flight Safety, which arrived in Italy on May 2, was required to release a preliminary report on the accident within 30 days. It will outline the focus of the investigation and could very well determine when the helicopter returns to service. The military was prepared to send a replacement helicopter to join the HMCS 'Fredericton' once it's deemed safe to proceed.

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