General information

IMO:
9007453
MMSI:
308851000
Callsign:
C6LA2
Width:
72.0 m
Length:
102.0 m
Deadweight:
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AIS type:
Other Ship
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Flag:
Bahamas
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Course/Position

Position:
Navigational status:
Moored
Course:
24.0° / 0.0
Heading:
333.0° / 0.0
Speed:
Max speed:
Status:
moored
Location:
Vlissingen (Sloehaven - Schelde Groep)
Area:
Netherlands
Last seen:
2022-07-04
2 min ago
Source:
T-AIS
Destination:
ETA:
Summer draft:
Current draft:
Last update:
4 min ago
Source:
T-AIS
Calculated ETA:

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Latest ports

Port
Arrival
Departure
Duration
2022-01-13
171d 13h 36m
2021-01-28
521d 16h 20m
2020-09-17
2021-01-27
131d 18h 25m
2020-07-17
2020-07-20
3d 12h 12m
2020-07-14
2020-07-15
23h 6m
2018-09-26
2020-05-05
586d 22h 38m
2018-09-05
2018-09-25
19d 19h 3m
2018-08-22
2018-09-04
12d 20h 54m
2018-08-15
2018-08-18
2d 12h 34m
2017-12-04
2018-08-11
250d 23h 23m
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest Waypoints

Waypoints
Time
Direction
Vlissingen Port
2021-01-28
Leave
Vlissingen
2021-01-28
Leave
Wandelaar
2021-01-28
Leave
Hook of Holland
2021-01-27
Leave
Dirkzwager Maassluis
2021-01-27
Enter
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest news

Van Oord completes Burbo Bank Extension offshore wind project for Dong Energy

Mon Jul 25 09:37:50 CEST 2016 arnekiel

Van Oord’s heavy lift installation vessel Svanen successfully completed the last of the 32 foundations at Dong Energy’s Burbo Bank Extension project. With a total of 32 Vestas wind turbines of 8 MW each to be installed, the offshore wind farm will have a total capacity of 258 MW. The offshore wind farm will provide electricity to 230,000 homes and is expected to be operational early 2017, the company said in its press release. Van Oord was responsible for the installation of the foundations, supply and installation of the scour protection and provided the logistics of the foundations between the fabrication ports in Germany, Denmark, the United Kingdom and the offshore wind farm. The Burbo Bank Extension project is located 8 km off the coast in Liverpool Bay, United Kingdom.

Ballast Nedam issued a safety alert in response to accident

Mon Sep 08 11:39:46 CEST 2014 Timsen

Ballast Nedam has issued a safety alert in response to the accident in which a worker on the "Svanen" was critically injured at WPD's 288MW Butendiek offshore wind farm on July 6. The notice highlights diminished perception of high risk activities after they have been performed a considerable number of times and recommends mitigation measures. The first was enhanced involvement of superintendent, lifting supervisor, riggers and HSE professionals in assessing the process and risks during (a) project. The second was renewed emphasis on distribution of tasks and responsibilities, specifically when high risk activities are performed simultaneously. This should be communicated and registered during the start work meeting per shift. Safey measures outlined in the notice were already being implemented at Eon's 288MW Amrumbank West offshore wind farm, where the "Svanen" was deployed to install monopiles. The Danish man injured in the accident needed further surgery and his recovery will take a considerable amount of time. He spent six weeks in hospital following the incident, which was blamed on an emergency towing line getting stuck under the "Svanen". Investigations determined that this created a cascade of events that resulted in a snapped wire which then hit the crewman. Ballast Nedam set up a joint accident investigation team with WPD and the victim’s employer, Apro Wind, which was supervised by an independent company. After the root cause had been identified and mitigating measures had been taken, the "Svanen" had recommenced monopile installation works on July 11.

Medevac after accident off Sylt

Mon Jul 07 21:52:53 CEST 2014 Timsen

In the early morning of July 7, 2014, the lifeboat "Pidder Lüng" of the DGzRS statin Liust/Sylt medevaced a worker from the "Svanen" in the wind farm Butendiek about 19 miles west of Sylt and took him to List for further treatment. He had been severely injured in an accident and needed urgent medical care. Due to a thunder storm no helicopter could be sent, so the lifeboat attended with a medical on board. At 2.45 a.m. the 60 year old man was transferred onto the lifeboat and could be stabilized during the Transfer to List, where a helicopter was now available after the thunderstorm had ceased. He was taken to the Hospital in Heide. German report with photos: http://www.seenotretter.de/presse/pressemitteilungen-im-detail/article/lister-seenotretter-holen-schwer-verletzten-offshore-arbeiter-von-einem-errichterschiff.html

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