General information

IMO:
9680279
MMSI:
566842000
Callsign:
9V2030
Width:
16.0 m
Length:
90.0 m
Deadweight:
Gross tonnage:
TEU:
Liquid Capacity:
Year of build:
Class:
AIS type:
Tankship
Ship type:
Flag:
Singapore
Builder:
Owner:
Operator:
Insurer:

Course/Position

Position:
Navigational status:
Anchored
Course:
208.3° / 7.0
Heading:
71.0° / 7.0
Speed:
Max speed:
Status:
anchorage
Area:
Strait of Singapore
Last seen:
2021-04-18
3 min ago
Source:
T-AIS
Destination:
ETA:
Summer draft:
Current draft:
Last update:
3 min ago
Source:
T-AIS
Calculated ETA:

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Latest ports

Port
Arrival
Departure
Duration
2021-04-17
2021-04-18
13h 21m
2021-04-17
2021-04-17
41m
2021-04-17
2021-04-17
6h 21m
2021-04-14
2021-04-14
5h 49m
2021-04-14
2021-04-14
4h 41m
2021-04-13
2021-04-13
7m
2021-04-12
2021-04-12
9h 8m
2021-04-09
2021-04-10
13h 13m
2021-04-06
2021-04-06
11h 22m
2021-04-05
2021-04-05
8h 29m
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest Waypoints

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Latest news

Oil removal from Prinz Eugen completed

Tue Oct 16 11:05:43 CEST 2018 Timsen

On Oct 14 the fuel removal from the sunken German heavy cruiser "Prinz Eugen" in the Kjawalein Atoll has ended. About 97 percent of the bunker oil could be pumped off. The remainder was secured inside inner tanks and could be removed in the future. The oil was pumped into the "Humber" after divers of the Mobile Diving Salvage Unit 1 of the US Navy under leadership of Commander Tim Emge who were on site with the USNS 'Salvor‘ had drilled holes into the bunker tanks of the wreck. Photos: https://www.dvidshub.net/image/4728609/prinz-eugen-oil-removal-both-vessels-successfully-moored-planned

Tanker started to drain oil from sunken cruiser Prinz Eugen

Tue Sep 18 01:31:37 CEST 2018 Timsen

On Sep 4, 2018, the "Humber" dropped anchor in pos. 08° 45.21' N 167° 40.97' E in the Kjawalein Atoll near the sunken former German cruiser "Prinz Eugen" for an oil retrieval process as ajoint project of the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, and the Republic of Micronesia. The U.S. salvage ship USNS "Salvor" also moored directly above the Prinz Eugen, assisted by the U.S. Navy’s Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit One. The military estimated there were between 250 and 700 tons of oil still onboard the wreck. The cruiser was fueled up for nuclear tests in order to simulate the effects of an a-bomb on a fully loaded, combat-ready warship in 1946. The salvors planned to use hot tap technology developed by the Norwegian company Miko Marine. The Moskito hot tap system uses electromagnetic clamps to attach itself to a ship hull, cut a hole into the hull, and install a valve system for siphoning away the oil, which would then be pumped into Humber’s holds. A similar operation was undertaken in 2003 to remove oil from the sunken U.S. Navy oil tanker USS "Mississinewa", sunk by a Japanese manned torpedo during World War II. The manner in which the "Prinz Eugen" settled, upside down in very shallow water, makes it simpler to draw the oil than with other wrecks. The fact that the old cruiser stored most of her fuel in tanks adjacent to the hull walls also makes accessing the oil easier. There are 143 external tanks along the hull wall and another 30 deeper inside the ship. The U.S. military expected the operation to extract the oil to wrap up by the end of October 2018. Report with photos: https://www.dvidshub.net/image/4728609/prinz-eugen-oil-removal-both-vessels-successfully-moored-planned

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