General information

IMO:
9811000
MMSI:
353136000
Callsign:
H3RC
Width:
59.0 m
Length:
400.0 m
Deadweight:
Gross tonnage:
TEU:
Liquid Capacity:
Year of build:
Class:
AIS type:
Cargo Ship
Ship type:
Flag:
Panama
Builder:
Owner:
Operator:
Insurer:

Course/Position

Position:
Navigational status:
Anchored
Course:
250.7° / -6.0
Heading:
320.0° / -6.0
Speed:
Max speed:
Status:
anchorage
Area:
Egypt
Last seen:
2021-06-16
9 hours ago
 
Source:
T-AIS
Destination:
ETA:
Summer draft:
Current draft:
Last update:
11 hours ago 
Source:
T-AIS
Calculated ETA:

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Latest ports

Port
Arrival
Departure
Duration
2021-03-12
2021-03-13
17h 40m
2021-03-07
2021-03-09
1d 4h 35m
2021-03-05
2021-03-06
23h 10m
2021-03-04
2021-03-05
23h 36m
2021-03-01
2021-03-03
1d 17h 14m
2021-02-25
2021-02-27
1d 5h 28m
2021-02-22
2021-02-23
1d 4h 12m
2021-02-15
2021-02-17
1d 13h 47m
2021-02-11
2021-02-12
1d
2021-01-24
2021-01-26
2d 9h 54m
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest Waypoints

Waypoints
Time
Direction
Suez
2021-03-23
Leave
Jeddah North
2021-03-21
Leave
Jeddah South
2021-03-21
Leave
Banda Aceh
2021-03-19
Enter
Malacca Straits - North
2021-03-14
Leave
Malacca Straits - Penang Island
2021-03-13
Enter
Malacca Straits - Port Klang
2021-03-13
Enter
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest news

SCA and Evergreen urged to speed up

Wed Jun 16 12:52:03 CEST 2021 Timsen

The next review hearing in the Egyptian courts for the 'Ever Given' is scheduled for June 20, while the owners and the SCA appeared to be no nearer an agreement on the level of compensation for the blockage of the canal. The SCA has reduced its claim from $916m to $550m, but firmly rejected an offer from the Japanese owner of the ship of $150m to free the vessel. The two sides seem a long way away from resolving the issue. Caught in the middle of this legal battle is the cargo, with an estimated value of some $1bn, the owners of which have no say. North European importers with containers onboard the 'Ever Given' may have already decided to abandon the cargo, due to the time-sensitive nature of product, contracts of sale being frustrated and/or markets having been lost. The Singapore-based Mathu Jagannath, director of marine claims consultancy firm NAU Pte, has urged the SCA and shipowner to consider the cargo interests, as the longer this saga continues, the greater will be the losses arising out of the incident. All the parties were urged to consider all the options available to deal with this issue, including the release of the vessel from arrest so it can continue with its voyage. The shipowner has declared General Average. The process cannot be completed until the ship is able to discharge its boxes. The 'Ever Given' is worth $183m, having increased its value by around $13m since it ran aground by keeping with spiralling asset values in the container sector. It is not known whether its operator, Evergreen, which has leased the vessel on a long-term charter, is still paying daily hire.

SCA: One person died during salvage work

Sat Jun 12 22:27:26 CEST 2021 Timsen

One person reportedly died while helping free the 'Ever Given', the Suez Canal Authority said n a Facebook post. The circumstances around the person's death were not clear. In several statements on the SCA's official Facebook page, posted from May 26 to May 27, canal authorities listed the damages sustained because of the incident. Among them, it notes "one death, the sinking of one of our rescue boats and 48 ships having to find alternative routes." In another statement posted on Facebook, the authority stated: "The highlighted losses incurred by the S.C authority due to the incident of the grounding crisis of Ever Given that can be seen is the damage to a number of participating marine units and the sinking of one of SCA marine units during the salvage operations, resulting in the death of one of the participants." It was unclear who died and how exactly this reported death occurred. There is also no record of a tug or marine unit sinking during the operation.

SCA rejected claims of UK Club

Mon Jun 07 11:24:28 CEST 2021 Timsen

On June 5 the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) rejected claims made by the giant Ever Given insurer UK Club, and said that exceeding set speeds at the country’s strategic canal is the sole responsibility of the ship captain. The SCA said that vessels crossing Suez Canal are subject to a set speed of 14 to 16 km per hour according to the type of the transiting vessel according to Article 54 of the Navigation Book of Rules. Article 58 stipulates that the SCA shall assign two escorting tugs to container ships carrying a tonnage of 170,000 tons and above, adding that such rule was applied to the giant ship. “According to the aforementioned, the vessels shall comply with the stated speed in accordance with the Navigation Book of Rules when transiting the canal; and exceeding these speeds is the sole responsibility of the ship master.". The SCA’s statement came a few days after UK Club said that the speed of the 'Ever Given' was controlled by the canal’s operator before it ran aground.

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