General information

IMO:
9784271
MMSI:
563030500
Callsign:
9V5395
Width:
54.0 m
Length:
353.0 m
Deadweight:
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Class:
AIS type:
Other Ship
Ship type:
Flag:
Singapore
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Course/Position

Position:
Navigational status:
Undefined
Course:
360.0° /
Heading:
511.0° /
Speed:
Max speed:
Status:
moored
Location:
Dubai (Dubai Dry Dock)
Area:
Persian Gulf
Last seen:
194 days ago
Source:
T-AIS
Destination:
ETA:
Max Draught:
Last drought:
Last update:
194 days ago
Source:
T-AIS
Calculated ETA:

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Latest ports

Port
Arrival
Departure
Duration
2018-06-18
2018-07-06
17d 23h 7m
2018-05-27
2018-06-18
21d 20h 24m
2018-02-28
2018-03-01
1d 7h 41m
2018-02-24
2018-02-24
8h
2018-02-23
2018-02-23
7h 26m
China
2018-02-21
2018-02-21
12h 20m
China
2018-02-19
2018-02-20
1d 1h 48m
South Korea
2018-02-14
2018-02-15
1d 7m
China
2018-02-12
2018-02-13
1d 5h
China
2018-02-08
2018-02-10
1d 15h 35m
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest news

Heavy lift ship to carry aft of Maersk Honam to South Korea

Mon Jan 14 18:44:26 CET 2019 Timsen

Maersk on Jan 14, 2019, revealed that a portion of the "Maersk Honam" will be transported by heavy-lift vessel to Hyundai Heavy Industries where it will be rebuilt. The transport of the vessel will take place in February 2019. The vessel has now been cut into two parts at the Drydock World Dubai (UAE). The 228.5-meter-long sound section, from midship to stern, will be transported aboard the heavy-lift vessel "Xin Guan Hua". It was expected to deliver the section at Hyundai Heavy Industries Shipyard in March 2019, the same yard the vessel was built in, where it will be rebuilt with a new forward section. The former forward section, which includes the accomodation block, will be safely moored at Drydock World Dubai for continued removal of damaged containers and debris. Once cleaned, it will be recycled. Relevant recycling options were currently being investigated and evaluated. The ship was carrying a total of 7,860 containers, corresponding to 12,416 twenty-foot equivalent units, when it caught fire. All cargo in the ship’s forward holds were declared a total loss, but containers aft of the ship’s superstructure went largely undamaged. After the "Maersk Honam" was moved alongside for thorough inspections and discharge operations in the Jebel Ali Port (UAE) in June 2018, Maersk worked closely with the local authorities, insurance companies, the salvage company and other stakeholders to prepare a safe and environmentally friendly plan for clearing the vessel of all damaged containers, debris and firefighting water. The rebuilt vessel is expected to resume service again in the second half of 2019. Photos: https://forum-schiff.de/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=23&p=155664#p155663

Containership cut in two, foreship to be dismantled

Sat Dec 01 21:40:59 CET 2018 Timsen

In the course of the repair the "Maersk Honam" has meanwhile been cut in two to get a new foreship at Dubai Dry Docks. Part of the gutted superstructure has been dismantled. Welding and fitting of additional buoyancy tanks to the bow in progress, in order to make the passage to a breaking yard safer, as the remaining structure of her burnt-out foreship cargo area was in very precarious condition. A transversal bulkhead was cut out. Photos: http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=2941501 http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=2942551 http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=2942005

Rebuilding will cost more than $30m

Thu Aug 23 21:17:31 CEST 2018 Timsen

A massive reconstruction job was lined up for the hull of the "Maersk Honam" which is presently docked at Dubai Dry Dock. It will cost more than $30 million to try to rebuild the hull of the vessel. The decision to rebuild the ship was taken after a damage assessment after the ship was returned to Maersk Line by the salvage companies Ardent and Smit Salvage. The fire on board Maersk Honam was a very expensive affair, with an estimated total of nearly $500 million. The amount included the scrapping of the ship, parts of the load and the recovery efforts. Now the bill was about $70 million lower, as the ship will repaired instead of being scrapped. The decision to repair the ship was based on the fact that the engine room, engines and other propulsion systems have remained intact. It has not yet been decided where the repair of the "Maersk Honam" should be done. The plan was to cut the broken front part of the ship off and replace it with a newly built one.

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