General information

IMO:
9015199
MMSI:
308122000
Callsign:
C6KD6
Width:
25.0 m
Length:
156.0 m
Deadweight:
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Year of build:
Class:
AIS type:
Cargo Ship
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Course/Position

Position:
Navigational status:
Moving
Course:
182.2° / 0.0
Heading:
181.0° / 0.0
Speed:
Max speed:
Status:
moving
Area:
Irish Sea
Last seen:
2021-05-08
5 hours ago
Source:
T-AIS
Destination:
ETA:
Summer draft:
Current draft:
Last update:
10 hours ago
Source:
T-AIS
Calculated ETA:

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Latest ports

Port
Arrival
Departure
Duration
2021-05-01
2021-05-02
8h 38m
2021-02-23
2021-04-19
55d 11h 43m
2021-02-21
2021-02-21
12h 47m
2021-02-18
2021-02-18
14m
2021-02-15
2021-02-18
3d 13h 33m
2021-02-12
2021-02-13
1d 35m
2021-01-30
2021-01-31
3h 51m
2021-01-29
2021-01-30
1d 14h 32m
2021-01-27
2021-01-28
22h 26m
2021-01-25
2021-01-26
1d 35m
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest Waypoints

Waypoints
Time
Direction
Skagen
2021-04-23
Leave
Läsö DK
2021-04-21
Leave
Anholt
2021-04-21
Leave
Great Belt
2021-04-21
Leave
Storebaelt
2021-04-21
Leave
Fehmarn Nord
2021-04-21
Leave
Mecklenburg Bay
2021-04-21
Enter
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest news

Engine defect off Fair Isle

Mon Apr 26 10:33:22 CEST 2021 Timsen

The 'Nederland Stream', while en route from Riga to Klaksvik with 23 crew members on board, suffered a main engine defect in position 59 25 58N, 000 12 39W, 43 miles East of the Fair Isle in the evening of April 23, 2021. The repair time was expected to take about three to four hours. On April 24 at 6.20 a.m. it resumed its voyage.

Nederland Shipping Co. and Chartworld Shipping Co. pleaded guilty in a federal court

Fri Oct 18 21:59:45 CEST 2019 Timsen

The U.S. Justice Department said the Nederland Shipping Co. and Chartworld Shipping Co. pleaded guilty in a federal court in Wilmington, Del., on Oct 15, 2019, to illegally dumping oily bilge overboard and concealing the hazardous condition of the 'Nederland Reefer' from the US Coast Guard. The companies agreed to pay a $1.8 million criminal fine and will be subject to a four-year probation that includes a comprehensive environmental compliance plan for Chartworld?s ships. The compliance plan will be implemented by an independent auditing company and supervised by a court-appointed monitor, the Justice Department said. To hide the oily bilge discharges from the Coast Guard, ship?s chief engineer falsified the vessel?s oil record book, a violation of the Act to Prevent Pollution from Ships. He also allegedly destroyed evidence and tampered with witnesses. Mazarakis pleaded guilty to the charges on Oct 2. The Coast Guard?s investigation of the vessel also determined that on Dec 30, 2018, seawater began entering the vessel below the waterline through a hole in the bilge tank. The companies failed to report the ship?s hazardous condition to the Coast Guard.

Owner and engineer of reefer charted for falsification of records

Fri Apr 26 22:41:29 CEST 2019 Timsen

The federal grand jury in Wilmington returned a 6-count indictment on April 25, 2019, charging the Chartworld Shipping Corporation, Nederland Shipping Corporation & Chief Engineer of the "Nederland Reefer" according to the U.S Department of Justice. The charges stem from the falsification of records and other acts designed to cover up from the Coast Guard the overboard discharges of oily mixtures and machinery space bilge water from the reefer. On Feb 21, 2019, the "Nederland Reefer" entered the port of Delaware Bay with a false and misleading Oil Record Book available for inspection by the US Coast Guard. The Oil Record Book failed to accurately record transfers and discharges of oily wastewater on the vessel. The three defendants were all charged with failing to maintain an accurate oil record book as required by the Act to Prevent Pollution from Ships. The defendants were also charged with falsification of records, obstruction of justice, and witness tampering for destroying evidence of the illegal discharges and directing lower level crew members to withhold evidence from the Coast Guard. Finally, the corporate defendants were charged with the failure to report a hazardous condition to the Coast Guard, namely a breach in the hull of the vessel and resulting incursion of seawater into tanks on board the vessel that occurred before the vessel came to port in Delaware.

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