In the evening of Sep 29, 2022, the CROSS Gris-Nez was request for assistance to a boat in difficulty with 55 people on board off Gravelines. After locating the boat and assessing the situation, the CROSS deployed the 'Jeanne Barret' to the position. Once the 55 castaways were safe aboard the ship, the CROSS established a conference call with the maritime medical coordination SAMU 76 and the ship. Dockside care was recommended for oe nperson in a state of hypothermia among the 55 boat people who were then dropped off at the port of Calais and taken care of by the border police and by the departmental fire and rescue service.
The 'Sabuk Nusantara 46' which had run aground following engine problems at the Pasar Pino Beach, Pino Raya District, South Bengkulu Regency on Sep 27, has suffered water ingress, which delayed the refloating of the vessel. A technical team from Jakarta was dispatched to repair the leak and will also check other parts of the vessel to ensure its condition, such as the engine.
on 01.05.21 J.Müller celebrate the 200th anniversary of the company German report: https://jmueller.jp-labs.de/jubilaeum/
The Port Authority of Patras was informed on Oct 1, 2022, at noon by the Master of the 'Salaminomachos' about a damage of the bow anchor hoisting system, while it was in the process of setting sail for a scheduled route from the western pier of Rio to Antirrio. The Central Port Authority of Patras initially banned the ship from sailing. After ascertaining that the damage had been repaired. it was allowed to continue its service.
The 'Moskva' ran aground with 174 passengers and four crew members on board during its scheduled service from Vladivostok to Popov Island, in position 42 59 35 N, 131 44 26 E in the Stark Strait near Vladivostok on Oct 1, 2022, at around 1 a.m. in thick fog. The passengers were evacutated by personnel from the Russian Emergencies Ministry. After all the passengers were transferred to other vessels, work started to refloat the vessel.
The Israel-Palestine conflict has crept into the maritime sector. The two Israeli ports Ashdod and Ashkelon had to be closed after rocket attacks on port infrastructure as well as other port complexes in the region. Vital Israeli port infrastructures in the Ashdod and Ashkelon area were hit in spite of the air defense system iron dome. The port of Ashdod siffered widespread damage. The cargo ships 'Mona' (IMO: 9101534) and 'Ahmet Onel' (IMO: 8420361), were nearly hit by rockets. In a separate incident, the military wing of Hamas - the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigade - has declared that they have bombed an Israeli Gas Platform off Gaza, which has been continuing to burn ever since.
- there is an access control system for the port: registration at www.hafen-lueneburg.de - special services: drinking water, shore power, acceptance of domestic sewage, acceptance of washing water on request
The 'Torc', which had been damaged by an explosion in the steam boiler unit in engine room during the cargo discharge operations at the Celebi port in Bandirma on Aug 28 and shifted to Bandirma anchorage on Aug 31m was granted departure permission to Istanbul anchorage on Sep 3. Repairs were continued at the anchorage, and a new set of spare parts was provided by the owners from an authorized manufacturer. Upon completion of the repairs, main boiler and electricity power system, together with fuel supply connections will be tested by a class surveyor in order to verify the repair status. As of Oct 2, the ship remained stationary in pos. 40° 55.95' N 028° 51.06' E.
The 'Med Denizli' suffered an engine failure off Darica on Sep 26, 2022, and was attended by the tug 'Kurtarma 2' which towed it to Gemlik anchorage, aberthed at the Gemport container terminal, Gemlik, on Sep 27. After cargo discharge operations were performed, the tug 'Asyaport Kumbag' towed the vessel to Asyaport on Sep 29. The vessel arrived and berthed at Asyaport in the early morning of Sep 30. A class surveyor along with the owner's superintendent carried out a detailed damage survey. Repairs were commenced by shore based technical teams together with the crew as regards class surveyor'srecommendations. The ship remained stationary as of Oct 2.
On May 6, 2021, at 10 a.m. a trawler newbuilding caught fire in Thyborøn. The 'L 120-Linette' was ablaze at the shipyard quay. The fire brigade, police and the lifeboat 'Martha Lerche' of the DSRS were on site. Bundles of flames shot out of the ship, and there was heavy smoke development. The fire had started in the cargo hold when insulation material went alight. Not until May 7 at 2 a.m. the emergency services managed to extinguish the flames on the vessel. The temperatures inside the ship were extremely high. The construction of the trawler began in 2020. Alfred Fisker Hansen and Tommy Svart had ordered the trawler in Vestværft design. The hull was built in Poland and then towed to Thyborøn where it was completed at the Thyborøn Skibs & Motor. The completion in June should now be obsolete. The predecessor ship of the same name is to go to Sweden. The new building is 28.6 meters long and 8.7 meters wide with a planned crew of eight with one trainee. Report with photo and video: https://www.tvmidtvest.dk/lemvig/skib-i-flammer-paa-havnen-i-thyboroen-politiet-opfordrer-til-at-lukke-vinduer-og-doere
The French container giant CMA CGM is working on a plan to rebuild the port of Beirut within three years. Political stalemate in Lebanon has meant that no decisions have been made after the huge explosion that killed 200 in 2020. CMA CGM first presented the plan to the Lebanese authorities in September, which includes the reconstruction of damaged quay facilities and warehouses, along with a port expansion and digitization. The total price was estimated to be between 400 and 600 million. dollar. Another offer was announced on April 9, 2021. German companies presented a multi-billion dollar plan to rebuild the port and surrounding districts, which was also devastated by the violent explosion.