General information

IMO:
9127174
MMSI:
316319000
Callsign:
VAAI
Width:
13.0 m
Length:
60.0 m
Deadweight:
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TEU:
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Year of build:
Class:
AIS type:
Fishing Boat
Ship type:
Flag:
Canada
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Operator:
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Course/Position

Position:
Navigational status:
Fishing
Course:
284.0° / 0.0
Heading:
238.0° / 0.0
Speed:
Max speed:
Status:
waiting
Area:
Canada
Last seen:
2019-08-19
5 days ago
 
Source:
T-AIS
Destination:
ETA:
Max Draught:
Last drought:
Last update:
6 days ago 
Source:
T-AIS
Calculated ETA:

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Latest ports

Port
Arrival
Departure
Duration
2018-11-28
2018-12-23
25d 4h 20m
2018-03-19
2018-04-25
36d 6h 56m
2017-07-22
2017-07-22
40m
2017-07-20
2017-07-22
2d 1h 23m
2017-07-10
2017-07-20
9d 15h 13m
2017-04-27
2017-07-10
73d 23h 44m
2017-04-24
2017-04-25
20h 6m
2017-04-07
2017-04-24
17d 18h 25m
2016-12-06
2017-04-06
121d 13h 39m
2016-11-21
2016-12-06
14d 18h 17m
Note: All times are in UTC

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Latest news

Incident in St. John's Harbour

Wed Apr 12 11:03:32 CEST 2017 Timsen

The "Katshesuk II" had to be towed back to pier 9 after experiencing problems as it prepared to depart St. John’s harbour in the afternoon of Apr 11, 2017. Engineers and technicians went onboard thetrawler to diagnose what went wrong. Initial reports suggested the Katshesuk Fisheries Limited Partnership vessel had struck the "Newfoundland Victor", a shrimping vessel owned and operated by Newfound Resources Limited. Report with photo: http://www.thetelegram.com/news/local/2017/4/11/shio-incident-in-st--john-s-harbour-under-investigation.html

Castaways of Atlantic Chager on their way home

Thu Sep 24 12:35:23 CEST 2015 Timsen

The crew of the sunken f/v "Atlantic Charger" was expected in Harbour Grace on Sep 29, being actually aboard the “Kathsheshuk II" aafter their transfer from the Greenlandic f/v "Paamiut" in the morning of Sep 21. The "Paamiut" was the first vessel able to reach them after the "Atlantic Charger", laden with turbot, was stricken in the waters of Frobisher Bay near Resolution Island and Iqaluit in Nunavut. The fishermen were fishing turbot in Davis Strait, near Nunavut when the vessel started taking on water. It put out a call for help around noon, and within 10 minutes they were climbing into their liferaft. The crew spent hours on the rough sea near the mouth of Frobisher Bay. Most of them lived on New World Island, but they fished out of Twillingate. A maritime CP 140 patrol aircraft, on its way to Iqaluit, had been the first aircraft on scene after the distress call on Sep 20 after the fishing vessel was sinking 200 kilometres southeast of Baffin Island. Shortly after takeoff from Greenwood Canadian Forces Capt. Jennifer Bass picked up a call from the Joint Rescue Command Centre in Halifax. The plane spotted flares set off by the crew. An Aurora surveillance plane travelled for about three and a half hours before spotting the foundering vessel in the Atlantic Ocean. The crew saw the ship listing to starboard and the back sunk. When they came back again, it was totally submerged. The orange raft was bobbing in the water as a crew member had put up a yellow flag. Shortly after, a search and rescue Hercules from Greenwood was on scene and was able to drop a radio to them at 2:30 a.m. The Hercules then dropped a bundle of supplies for the crew. The cargo ship "Arctic", a bulk ore carrier, arrived on scene next about half an hour before the fishing vessel ultimately pulled the crew aboard. She was having difficulty conducting the rescue just because of the large size of the vessel and, as well, with the sea conditions. Report with photo: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/canada-forces-rescue-atlantic-charger-1.3239322

Man dies aboard fishing vessel offshore of Newfoundland

Sun Feb 12 09:48:08 CET 2012 arnekiel

A 27-year-old man has died after being struck by a steel door aboard a fishing vessel offshore of Newfoundland. Both Katsheshuk Fisheries Ltd. and the Trinity Conception RCMP have confirmed the death. The man was originally from St. Anthony. The incident happened at about 8 p.m. Friday evening as the vessel was heading back to port. The ship is the Katsheshuk II, which was fishing for shrimp. The boat set sail from Harbour Grace on Jan 26. It is owned by Katsheshuk Fisheries Ltd, a joint venture of Ocean Choice International and the Innu Nation through the Innu Development Limited Partnership. It has a crew compliment of 22. http://www.cbncompass.ca/News/2012-02-11/article-2893136/%0D%0AMan-dies-aboard-fishing-vessel%0D%0A/1

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