The 'Sumaq Queen', while en rouge from Brunswick, Galveston, to Immingham, with 21 crew members on board, needed to replace the blasting plate and parts in the engine 45 miles south of Salcombe in position 49 43 57.6 N, 003 52 33.0 W, on Jan 13 at 08.40 a.m. The estimated time for completion of the repairs was 5 p.m. The vessel was loaded with 33025,2 tons of wood pellets and resumed its voyage with an ETA as of Jan 15.
arrived Aliaga Anchorage 14.01.21
Surging demand for imported diesel and the limited number of Medium Range (MR) vessels available between the US and Brazil has spurred demand for Long Range (LR) tankers over the last two months, as buyers working with narrow margins gravitate towards optimal price conditions. Brazilian clean fuels buyers typically contract MRs — vessels with around 37,000-38,000t capacity — rather than LRs, which have around 60,000t capacity. This is due to smaller cargo needs and port limitations, particularly in Brazil's northeast, where there is less infrastructure to receive full LR vessels. This regularly prompts importers to offload part of LR cargoes in ports capable to accommodate tankers with a large draught, such as Itaqui and Santos, before berthing in other destinations. Since the week ending 21 August the difference on the Worldscale benchmark between LR and MR vessels has been around 45 points, according to a Brazilian clean fuels trader. "When the [Worldscale] difference between MR and LR vessels is greater than 19, the LR is more worthwhile, even if it requires an additional discharge port" he told Argus. So far this month, at least two LR vessels — the Stena Primorsk and the Starling — have arrived in Brazil carrying around 152mn l (956,000 bl) of foreign diesel destined for the southeast, according to data from Vortexa. In July, around 119mn l of diesel was imported to the northeast and southeast on the LR BW Lena and the Stena Performance. LR imports in July and August so far totaled 271mn l, compared with a total of 465mn l during the first half of 2020. MRs availability may return soon The increase in LR vessels between July and August could slow by the end of August, when availability of sought-after MR tankers off the US Gulf coast is expected to increase. Tropical storm Marco and Hurricane Laura, which kept the US on alert all of last week, caused ship cancellations and could ease the current shortage of Brazil-bound MR tankers, a shipbroker told Argus. Most port operations had normalized in the US Gulf coast by the afternoon of 27 August. This should increase the supply of MR vessels to Brazil, according to the broker. A drop in MR freight rates last week is already supporting demand for the tanker category. After reaching Worldscale (WS) 165 on 19 August, the highest level for the month, Argus assessed the US Gulf coast-east coast South America clean medium range tanker rate at WS130 on 27 August. Clean freight from the US Gulf coast to Brazil's south and southeastern ports dropped 21pc in outright price to $21.91/t over the same period. The downward trend is expected to extend at least through the first ten days of September, when the number of MR vessels available in the US Gulf region is expected to increase significantly. The surge in LR arrivals echoes a similar trend from August last year, when affordable rates and tight margins among importers spurred demand for larger vessels. By Gabrielle Moreira
Vorbeifahrt Rheinufer 56567 Neuwied-Feldkirchen (Fahr am Rhein) Gegenüber dem Industriehafen Andernach 26.08.2020 - Imperial Gas 79 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuTSSugJmIk&feature=youtu.be 26.08.2020 - MISSOURI Cargo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgkscB-aLoY 26.08.2020 - WSP14 Wasserschutzpolizei https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjHD9XwE9X8 26.08.2020 - VOYAGE Tankschiff https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-m7xqvoroX8
The 'Segero' was in collision with the Indonesian barge 'PCF 2402'loaded with 4.053 tons of granite from Pangke Village, Karimun Regency, Riau Islands, destined for Singapire. She was being towed by the tug 'Indah Laut 2201' (IMO: 8690863), Northeast of Karimun island in position 01 05 300 N 103 34 550 E in the Singapore Strait on Jan 14, 2021, around 3.30 a.m. LT. The bow penetrated the hull of the barge, which was heavily damaged, about three meters deep. The 'Segero', which was en route from Flushing to Okpo, was also damaged in the accident. She had got the signal from the tug to pass behind it when approaching from the left. She dropped anchor in pos. 01° 4.00' N 103° 29.31' E. There were poor weather conditions in the area. Reports with photo and video: https://kumparan.com/kepripedia/kapal-supply-berbendera-korea-tabrak-tongkang-di-perairan-internasional-kepri-1uyflZH6lox/full https://suryakepri.com/2021/01/14/tongkang-muat-4-053-ton-granit-asal-karimun-ditabrak-tanker-berbendera-korsel-haluan-tanker-masuk-ke-bodi-tongkang-sedalam-3-meter/
Beached at Aliaga 14.01.21
Sold to Breakers 221 USD/TO as is Seattle
Beached at Chittagong 14.01.21
An investigation was launched into the allision of the Panama flagged cargo m/v cargo m/v 'Else', 2449 gt ( IMO: 9006320 ), enroute from Klaipeda to Les Sables with a cargo of ammonnium nitrate, with the northern lock of the Kiel Canal in Kiel-Holtenau upon entering the lock on Aug 29 at 5 a.m. at the pier of the Lindenau Yard in Kiel-Friedrcrichsort. Usually ships stop about 800 meters off the locks on the Kiel Fjord to take a pilot on board, and may only proceed once he has embarked. The 'Else' had ordered a pilot but continued its voyage without reducing speed and crashed into the closed gate with about six knots. The gate was severely damaged, and inspections by divers were to start on Aug 31 to find out if the submerged tanks of it were damaged too. The lock was closed for shipping for the time being, leaving only one of four locks in Holtenau in operating condition. One gate is still under repair after having been hit by the container m/v 'Akacia' 2,5 years ago, another gate is under repair too. It was investigated if this could be used once the now damaged gate has been removed.