General information

IMO:
9696797
MMSI:
311001075
Callsign:
C6FD3
Width:
32.0 m
Length:
200.0 m
Deadweight:
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TEU:
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Year of build:
Class:
AIS type:
Cargo Ship
Ship type:
Flag:
Bahamas
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Course/Position

Position:
Navigational status:
Moving
Course:
185.4° / 0.0
Heading:
183.0° / 0.0
Speed:
Max speed:
Status:
moving
Area:
Gulf of Tonkin
Last seen:
2022-11-30
4 days ago
Source:
T-AIS
Destination:
ETA:
Summer draft:
Current draft:
Last update:
4 days ago
Source:
T-AIS
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Latest ports

Port
Arrival
Departure
Duration
2022-11-21
2022-11-23
1d 22h 14m
2022-09-05
2022-09-13
8d 4h 29m
2022-08-31
2022-09-02
1d 20h 45m
2022-08-22
2022-08-27
5d 2h 11m
2022-08-01
2022-08-02
1d 6h 38m
2022-07-25
2022-07-30
5d 2h 30m
2022-07-07
2022-07-08
1d 6h 40m
2022-06-22
2022-07-01
9d 2h
2022-06-02
2022-06-06
4d 6h 29m
2022-05-07
2022-05-07
9h
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest Waypoints

Waypoints
Time
Direction
Kukup Island
2022-11-10
Leave
Malacca Straits - Port Klang
2022-11-10
Leave
Canary Islands
2022-09-22
Enter
Dover
2022-09-16
Enter
Calais
2022-09-16
Enter
Skagen
2022-09-14
Leave
Läsö DK
2022-09-14
Leave
Note: All times are in UTC

Latest news

Stowaway injured when fleeing from ship's crew

Sat Jun 09 17:15:19 CEST 2018 Timsen

On June 8, 2018, at noon the NSRI Port Elizabeth duty crew was activated by the Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) following a request for assistance, made through the Nelson Mandela Bay Water Safety Committee, for NSRI to assist EC Government Health EMS and the SA Police Services who were in attendance on the "MI Harmony", docked in the Port of Port Elizabeth at Berth 9, where a male, believed to be aged 32, believed to be from Tanzania, had been discovered on the ship as a suspected stow away. The man had reportedly fled from the ship's crew after being discovered and he had suffered a fractured left leg (compound fracture of the Tibula and Fibula) while fleeing up a crane on the ship before reaching a narrow ledge half way up the crane. The ship's crew was able to reach the man and he had been secured using harnesses, but they were in a barely accessible part of the ships crane above the deck of the ship and EMS and Police responded to assist. The NSRI duty crew responded and on arrival on the scene the patient was being medically attended to by an EMS rescue paramedic on the narrow barely accessible shelf on the crane. The patient and the EMS rescue paramedic were on a barely accessible shelf half way up the ships crane. It appeared that the patient had climbed up the crane to flee from the crew after being discovered, fractured his leg, and he had threatened to jump from the crane but the crew had managed to reach him and secure him while an EMS rescue squad and were responding to the scene. A Police Dive Unit were also in attendance together with TNPA authorities. An NSRI rescue technician, using high angle technical rescue equipment, joined the EMS paramedic and the patient on the narrow shelf on the crane. The fractured leg was securely splinted and using a Paraguard stretcher and high angle extrication equipment the patient was secured into the Paraguard Stretcher and he was hoisted onto the deck below and into the care of EMS paramedics and Police on the ships deck. The patient has been transported to hospital by an EMS ambulance for further treatment and he is in a stable condition. It was suspected that the man stowed away on the ship in Tanzania and although the ships last Port of call was Madagascar he was only discovered onboard once docked in the Port of Port Elizabeth. Report with photos: 12h02, Friday, 08th June, NSRI Port Elizabeth duty crew were activated by the Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) following a request for assistance, made through the Nelson Mandela Bay Water Safety Committee, for NSRI to assist EC Government Health EMS and the SA Police Services who were in attendance on the bulk carrier MI Harmony, docked in the Port of Port Elizabeth at Berth 9, where a male, believed to be aged 32, believed to be from Tanzania, had been discovered on the ship as a suspected stow away. The man had reportedly fled from the ships crew after being discovered and he had suffered a fractured left leg (compound fracture of the Tibula and Fibula) while fleeing up a crane on the ship before reaching a narrow ledge half way up the crane. Ships crew were able to reach the man and he had been secured by ships crew, using harnesses, but they were in a barely accessible part of the ships crane above the deck of the ship and EMS and Police responded to assist. Our NSRI duty crew responded and on arrival on the scene the patient was being medically attended to by an EMS rescue paramedic on the narrow barely accessible shelf on the crane. The patient and the EMS rescue paramedic were on a barely accessible shelf half way up the ships crane. It appears that the patient had climbed up the crane to flee from ships crew after being discovered, fractured his leg, and he had reportedly threatened to jump from the crane but the ships crew had managed to reach him and secure him while an EMS rescue squad and were responding to the scene. A Police Dive Unit were also in attendance together with TNPA authorities. An NSRI rescue technician, using high angle technical rescue equipment, joined the EMS paramedic and the patient on the narrow shelf on the crane. The fractured leg was securely splinted and using a Paraguard stretcher and high angle extrication equipment the patient was secured into the Paraguard Stretcher and he was hoisted onto the deck below and into the care of EMS paramedics and Police on the ships deck. The patient has been transported to hospital by an EMS ambulance for further treatment and he is in a stable condition. It is suspected that the man stowed away on the ship in Tanzania and although the ships last Port of call was Madagascar he was only discovered onboard once docked in the Port of Port Elizabeth.

Teen got hand crushed in hawse pipe

Fri Apr 21 18:18:37 CEST 2017 Timsen

A Tanzanian teenager was rescued after his hand was caught in the hawse pipe of the "MI Harmony" which he was attempting to board‚ at Maydon Wharf 5‚ in Durban. The 19-year-old was attempting to board the bulk carrier, which was destined for Maputo‚ before midnight on Apr 20, 2017, when his hand was crushed‚ trapping him. The stowaway had climbed up the rope in an attempt to get onto the ship that was moored at the wharf. Due to the motion of the vessel moving the rope‚ the man’s hand was crushed and partly amputated. NSRI and police search and rescue were called to the scene. The teen was extricated and treated for crush injuries by search and rescue medics‚ before being handed over to Rescue Care Paramedics for further care. He was taken to King Edward VIII Hospital for treatment.Immigration officers‚ Portnet security and Maydon Wharf SAPS were in attendance. Report with photos: http://www.timeslive.co.za/local/2017/04/21/Stowaway-found-trapped-on-side-of-ship-in-Durban

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