General information

IMO:
8301187
MMSI:
277330000
Callsign:
LYRV
Width:
17.0 m
Length:
143.0 m
Deadweight:
Gross tonnage:
TEU:
Liquid Capacity:
Year of build:
Class:
AIS type:
Fishing Boat
Ship type:
Flag:
Lithuania
Builder:
Owner:
Operator:
Insurer:

Course/Position

Position:
Navigational status:
Moored
Course:
308.2° / 0.0
Heading:
209.0° / 0.0
Speed:
Max speed:
Status:
moored
Location:
Iquique (Iquique International Container Terminal)
Area:
Chile
Last seen:
2022-05-19
3 min ago
Source:
T-AIS
From:
Destination:
ETA:
Summer draft:
Current draft:
Last update:
7 min ago
Source:
T-AIS
Calculated ETA:

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Latest ports

Port
Arrival
Departure
Duration
2022-05-19
20h
2022-05-17
2022-05-19
1d 9h 23m
2022-04-24
2022-04-27
2d 10h 2m
2022-03-27
2022-03-27
2h 26m
2022-03-27
2022-03-27
4h 1m
2022-03-26
2022-03-27
16h 12m
2022-02-22
2022-03-06
11d 18h 29m
2022-01-24
2022-01-28
4d 1h 23m
2022-01-02
2022-01-07
4d 22h 17m
2021-12-14
2021-12-16
2d 10h 44m
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest Waypoints

Waypoints
Time
Direction
Balboa Approach
2022-03-27
Enter
Puente de las Americas
2022-03-27
Enter
Miraflores Locks
2022-03-27
Enter
Pedro Miguel Locks
2022-03-27
Enter
Gatun Locks
2022-03-26
Enter
Colon Approach
2022-03-26
Enter
Dover
2022-03-07
Enter
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest news

Sea Shepherd monitoring dead fish

Mon Feb 07 10:01:28 UTC 2022 Timsen

The environmental group Sea Shepherd has obtained aerial footage of a large-scale release of dead fish off the coast of France, drawing scrutiny from the public and from regulators. Its patrol vessel 'Age of Union' is operating in the Bay of Biscay off La Rochelle, monitoring four factory trawlers to collect evidence of dolphin bycatch. On her most recent patrol, the vessel observed a release of thousands of blue whiting into the ocean. This catch came from the 'Margiris', the second largest trawler in the world. Sea Shepherd asserted that the fish were illegally dumped over the side, but the Pelagic Freezer-Trawler Association (PFA) - which represents Margulis' operator, clarified that on Feb 3 around 05.50 a.m., an amount of blue whiting was involuntarily released into the sea from the vessel, due to a rupture in the cod-end part of its net. The accident was caused by the unexpectedly large size of the fish caught. Report with photo: https://www.maritime-executive.com/article/photos-of-spilled-catch-shock-european-fisheries-regulators

Ruptured net spilled more than 100.000 dead fish

Sun Feb 06 15:24:54 UTC 2022 Timsen

The 'Margiris' has shed more than 100,000 dead fish into the Atlantic Ocean off Franc early on Feb 3, 2022. The French maritime minister, Annick Girardin, has asked the national fishing surveillance authority to launch an investigation. Virginijus Sinkevicius, the European commissioner for environment, oceans and fisheries, was also eeking exhaustive information and evidence about the case. The spill was caused by a rupture in the trawler's net. In line with EU law, this has been recorded in the vessel's log book and reported to the authorities of the flag state Lithuania. The dead fish would be subtracted from the vessel's quota. The ship had arrived in the position 82 nautical miles southwest off Guilvinec in the evening of Jan 30 and was located 116 nautical miles southwest off Guilvinec in position 46 35 17 N, 006 31 08 W, as of Feb 3 at 5.30 p.m.

Abel Tasman left Port Lincoln - to be renamed Klaipedia

Wed Mar 06 08:25:10 UTC 2013 arnekiel

The Margiris/Abel Tasman/Klaipedia (Lithuania) has left Port Lincoln at 1.30pm (CDT) on Wednesday afternoon, March 6, 2013 to look for another fishing ground. Seafish Tasmania endeavoured to use the vessel to catch their quota in the pelagic fishery but has been prevented from doing so by numerous community protests and then the Australian Government preventing them from using the Margiris to trawl. The federal environment minister has subsequently signed an interim declaration to prevent Seafish Tasmania also using the vessel as a processing factory ship. Seafish Tasmania has incurred the daily expense of mooring the ship in Australia waiting to go fishing... and is now taking legal action against the governemt decision to prevent this business venture from operating at this time. Fisherman have been watching the case with interest... none more so than the fishing industry based in Port Lincoln in South Australia. http://blogs.abc.net.au/tasmania/2013/03/margiris-abel-tasman-klaipedia-a-fishing-vessel-looking-for-a-new-home.html

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