General information

IMO:
9319753
MMSI:
249758000
Callsign:
9HA4367
Width:
32.0 m
Length:
199.0 m
Deadweight:
Gross tonnage:
TEU:
Liquid Capacity:
Year of build:
Class:
AIS type:
Cargo Ship
Ship type:
Flag:
Malta
Builder:
Owner:
Operator:
Insurer:

Course/Position

Position:
Navigational status:
Moving
Course:
15.0° / 0.0
Heading:
327.0° / 0.0
Speed:
Max speed:
Status:
moored
Location:
Hiroshima (Hiroshima Port)
Area:
Japan
Last seen:
2020-08-04
1 min ago
Source:
T-AIS
Destination:
ETA:
Max Draught:
Last drought:
Last update:
4 min ago
Source:
T-AIS
Calculated ETA:

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Latest ports

Port
Arrival
Departure
Duration
2020-08-03
15h 44m
2020-07-21
2020-07-21
8h 54m
2020-07-18
2020-07-19
1d 9h 8m
2020-07-14
2020-07-16
1d 2h 45m
2020-07-08
2020-07-09
14h 54m
2020-06-29
2020-06-29
3h 13m
2020-06-23
2020-06-24
17h 19m
2020-05-31
2020-06-01
16h 16m
2020-05-29
2020-05-30
17h 3m
2020-05-27
2020-05-29
1d 17h 38m
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest Waypoints

Waypoints
Time
Direction
Queenscliff Melbourne
2020-07-14
Leave
Cape Town
2020-06-20
Enter
Canary Islands
2020-06-06
Enter
Selsey
2020-06-01
Enter
Fawley Approach
2020-06-01
Enter
Southampton Approach
2020-06-01
Enter
Southampton Approach
2020-05-31
Leave
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest news

Inquest in deadly fall of lifeboat

Tue Apr 29 13:15:53 CEST 2014 Timsen

A crew member of the "Tombarra" fell 29 metres to his death while it was docked in Bristol. The 23 year old Gerardo Tonogbanua, was a Filipino national who worked on board the vehicle carrier died on Feb 7, 2011 while working on a lifeboat on the side of the ship as it was moored at the Royal Portbury Dock. An inquest into his death held at Flax Bourton Coroner's Court on Apr 28, 2014, heard that Mr Tonogbanua, an engineer, was taking part in a monthly drill to test the ship's lifeboat equipment. This included sitting in the lifeboat and being winched down the side of the ship and then back up. Howard Flegg, an inspector from the Department for Transport's Marine Accident Investigation Branch, told that the accident happened when the boat's fall wire parted as the boat was being recovered to its stowage during the drill. Mr. Tonogbanua and three other colleagues plummeted 29 metres into the freezing water of the Severn Estuary. The other men survived but Mr Tonogbanua was later pronounced dead at Bristol Royal Infirmary. The inquest heard a statement from Paul Penardonda, a junior engineer who was another member of the rescue boat crew during the incident. He said during the drill everything went as normal, and the boat's engine was tested in the water. After being winched back up the boat became level with the upper deck of the ship. He was waiting to step off the boat when he heard a ping, like steel snapping. The rescue boat turned 360 degrees, and then fell down. He became unconscious from the fall and came to in the water while the craft was upside down. The second officer Tonogbanua was struggling to get free from the ropes. A tug boat pulled up alongside, pulled him out, and he was admitted to hospital. Members of the jury watched a presentation by Mr Flegg, which demonstrated how a lifeboat is winched up and down the side of the ship, showing the equipment involved. They were then taken to Royal Portbury Dock to look at a car carrier ship of similar size. The inquest was expected to last five day.

Death toll in Subic shipyard accident rises to 6

Sun Oct 09 11:01:54 CEST 2011 arnekiel

Another worker who was injured Friday in an accident inside a Singaporean shipyard in Barangay Cawag Subic Zambales which instantly killed five others died Saturday in the hospital in Olongapo city. Reports identified the latest fatality as Ronaldo Bagay who lost his leg during the accident and was rushed to a hospital in Olongapo City Friday, the death toll now total to six . Seven other workers are still in the hospital after being injured in the same accident. Subic Mayor Jeffrey Khonghun said the incident happened when a 42-ton steel scaffolding inside the shipyard of Keppel Shipyard Inc. gave way which fell on the workers working bellow.

report with photo

Sat Oct 08 21:12:55 CEST 2011 Timsen

http://www.asiaone.com/News/Latest%2BNews/Asia/Story/A1Story20111008-303894.html

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