General information

IMO:
9323077
MMSI:
538006371
Callsign:
V7MS4
Width:
24.0 m
Length:
146.0 m
Deadweight:
Gross tonnage:
TEU:
Liquid Capacity:
Year of build:
Class:
AIS type:
Tankship
Ship type:
Flag:
Marshall Islands
Builder:
Owner:
Operator:
Insurer:

Course/Position

Position:
Navigational status:
Moving
Course:
304.5° / 0.0
Heading:
304.0° / 0.0
Speed:
Max speed:
Status:
moving
Area:
SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN
Last seen:
2023-02-07
1 day ago
 
Source:
T-AIS
From:
Destination:
ETA:
Summer draft:
Current draft:
Last update:
1 day ago 
Source:
T-AIS
Calculated ETA:

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Latest ports

Port
Arrival
Departure
Duration
2023-02-05
2023-02-05
17h 33m
2023-01-21
2023-01-26
5d 8h 23m
2023-01-03
2023-01-04
1d 14h 4m
2022-12-22
2022-12-27
4d 14h 5m
2022-12-14
2022-12-15
1d 3h 39m
2022-12-09
2022-12-11
1d 22h 11m
2022-11-30
2022-12-03
2d 19h 50m
2022-11-10
2022-11-10
2h 38m
2022-11-09
2022-11-10
6h 45m
2022-11-07
2022-11-09
2d 10h 21m
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest Waypoints

Waypoints
Time
Direction
La Plata Approach
2023-01-07
Leave
La Plata Approach
2022-12-29
Enter
Morgans Point
2022-11-05
Enter
Morgans Point
2022-11-03
Leave
Morgans Point
2022-08-08
Enter
Morgans Point
2022-08-07
Leave
Morgans Point
2022-08-04
Enter
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest news

Marine Accident Brief released

Tue Apr 14 10:27:43 CEST 2020 Timsen

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has released a Marine Accident Brief about the over-pressurization of the number 3 port and starboard cargo tanks of the 'Lavraki' on May 30, 2019 while discharging liquid hexene at Vopak Terminal in Deer Park, Texas. All cargo was contained on board the double-hulled vessel, with no pollution or injuries reported. Damage to the vessel was estimated at $750,000, and the contaminated cargo was an estimated $100,000 loss. The NTSB determined that the probable cause of the over-pressurization and rupture was the vessel and terminal personnel involved not following policies and procedures related to cargo discharge and nitrogen-blanketing operations. Contributing to the casualty was the lack of effective communication between the vessel and terminal personnel and the decision of the vessel?s PIC to continue discharge operations after being unable to communicate with the terminal. When a low-pressure alarm was activated on the vessel?s hexene tanks, the chief mate repeatedly attempted to contact terminal personnel via a handheld radio to request nitrogen, but the Vopak PIC (dockman) did not answer. Since the chief officer could not contact the Vopak Person In Charge, he ordered the ship?s pumpman to open the ship?s nitrogen supply valve all the way, after which the pressure in the tank should have risen, but it did not. At this point, instead of securing the vessel?s nitrogen valve and stopping the operation until communications could be restored, the chief officer had the pumpman fully open the nitrogen valve, effectively removing all shipboard throttling control of the nitrogen coming on board. With the ship?s throttling ability removed, the combined effect of the nitrogen pressure at the dock, the amount that the terminal valve was open, and the larger four-inch hose (without a flow-reducing orifice installed before the ship?s manifold) resulted in the rapid pressurization of the cargo tanks, exceeding the relief valve capacity and over pressurizing the tanks to 15.8 psi (109 kPa), as recorded on the cargo vapor pressure monitoring system. Since the nitrogen hose connection was improperly configured (without a one-inch hose or orifice), the flow rate of nitrogen had to be controlled by the ship or terminal personnel by manually adjusting the dock or ship valve. Therefore, communication between the ship and terminal personnel was critical.

Tank ship polluted Northsea

Fri Aug 12 10:08:34 CEST 2016 Timsen

The "Fairchem Filly" polluted the Northsea with at least 200 cbm contaminated tank cleaining water. The police launched an investigation after the ship entered the port of Hamburg on Aug 10, 2016. The 48-old Russian master and the 31 year old 1st officer from India had to pay a safety fine of 20.797 Euro. The authorities had been notified by the traffic control in Wilhelmshaven which remarked a strange course of the tank ship which, instead of heading directly from Antwerp to Hamburg, changed course towards the economic zones of Denmark and Norway. On Aug 12 the ship was allowed to leave Hamburg again and headed to Southport, USA; ETA Aug 23.

LAVRAKI 9323077

Fri Apr 01 18:49:19 CEST 2011 MACUSA

On 01-APR-2011 at 02:30 UTC, the FAIRCHEM FILLY was fired on by pirates in one skiff while underway in position 14 5' 0" N, 51 43' 0" E, 72nm SE of Sayhut, Yemen on bearing 338, while in the Westbound lane of the IRTC in the Gulf of Aden. A white hulled fishing vessel nearby was believed to be the PAG mothership.

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