General information

IMO:
8124917
MMSI:
Callsign:
VRCK7
Width:
32.0 m
Length:
210.0 m
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Cargo Ship
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Flag:
Hong Kong
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Position:
Navigational status:
n/a
Course:
360.0° / -128.0
Heading:
511.0° / -128.0
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Last seen:
2012-03-28
3167 days ago
Source:
T-AIS
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Current draft:
Last update:
3158 days ago
Source:
S-AIS
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Scrapped

Sun Apr 01 22:26:36 CEST 2012 BerndU

sold to Sri Lanka Breakers (480$/to)

Runaway Chinese boxship Sarawak slipped from arrest

Wed Nov 09 02:56:58 CET 2011 odinfm

On the weekend Nov 5-6 boxship Sarawak ran away from Durban outer anchorage after vessel was arrested, reported PORTS & SHIPS SAR maritime edition. “Vessel was arrested on behalf of two firms of Durban attorneys, Shepstone & Wylie and Cox & Yeats, acting on overseas principals.The arrest was for being ‘in association’ with another party or vessel elsewhere”, writes Ships & Ports. Later vessel was traced off south coast of Madagascar. PORTS & SHIPS understands that prior to the Sarawak’s disappearance at least one arresting party was considering seeking an order allowing them to have the ship sold by judicial auction. PORTS & SHIPS continues the story: The case of the Sarawak highlights the risk of sending arrested ships to anchor outside port. This is usually done on the instructions of the port harbour master arising from concerns about having berths occupied by arrested ships for lengthy periods of time. In the event the sheriff may remove some of the ship’s papers but it is not permissible or advisable to have the ship immobilised in any manner. The incident also highlights South Africa’s inability to enforce its laws on ships that are outside of a port and which refuse to obey an instruction. Maritime Bulletin http://www.odin.tc

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