Former offshore ship towed from layup to be rebuilt
The former 'Stril Myster' passed Mekjarvik on Dec 23, 2020, under tow of the tug 'FFS Amaranth' (IMO: 9161912), from layup in Stavanger to Farsund. In Farsund she will be loaded onboard the heavy load carrier 'Hawk' (IMO: 8616556) for transport to her new owners. The vessel will be renamed 'Ocean Karadenis' and registered in Monrovia, with plans to be be rebuilt for the use as a floating power station. The new owners are Karpowershipyard Rauf Bey Co. (Karmarine Karadeniz Denizcilik ve Ticaret AS), Istanbul.
Allision in Aberdeen
The 'Stril Myster' got out of control and allided with the berthed supply ships 'Edda Ferd' and 'Skandi Aukra' while maneuvering in the port of Aberdeen in the evening of Dec 10, 2019. All three ships suffered some damages. The 'Edda Ferd' sailed again on Dec 14 at 7.25 p.m. towards Hoylansbugte, the 'Skandi Aukra' left on Dec 11 at 9.20 p.m. towards the Northsea, while the 'Stril Myster' remained stationary in port as of Dec 16. The Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) was aware of the incident and making inquiries.
Damaged AHTS towed to Stavanger yard
On Dec 12 the "Stril Myster" was taken in tow by the "Strilborg" with the "BB Ocean" as steering tug in Haugesund. The convoy left port at 9.30 a.m., and the AHTS was delivered at the Rosenberg Yard in Stavanger around 4 p.m. Photo: http://www.skipsfarts-forum.net/images/attachments/76119.JPGUpload News