General information

IMO:
8906353
MMSI:
325498000
Callsign:
J7BW3
Width:
12.0 m
Length:
88.0 m
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Cargo Ship
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Flag:
Dominica
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Navigational status:
n/a
Course:
202.4° / -127.0
Heading:
213.0° / -127.0
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NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN
Last seen:
2724 days ago
Source:
T-AIS
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Last update:
2726 days ago
Source:
T-AIS
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Latest news

Four crewmembers from Florece arrive in Portugal

Mon Dec 12 07:20:59 CET 2011 arnekiel

Four Ukrainian crewmembers from the Florece ship which sank near the French coast on Dec. 9 have arrived in the Portugese port of Cascais, Oleksandr Dykusarov, press secretary for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, told Ukrainian News. The Florece ship sank following a collision with the Afrodite tanker in the Bay of Biscay. The crew of the Florece ship was transferred to life rafts and was rescued by the Ocean Titan ship. No casualties are reported. The crew of the Florece ship was comprised of seven members.The crew has been provided with accommodation in a hotel and other necessities in Cascais. Authorities are working to return the Ukrainian citizens to their homeland, according to Dykusarov. Read more: http://www.kyivpost.com/news/nation/detail/118692/#ixzz1gIanKZbi

Florece sank after collision - all saved

Fri Dec 09 09:05:05 CET 2011 Timsen

The tank m/v "Afrodite" was in collision with the "Florece" which was enroute Plymouth-Ghazaouet with a cargo of clay on Dec 9, 2011, at 3.30 a.m., 250 miles southwest of Land's End in the Bay of Biscay. Following the collision, the crew of the cargo ship took to their two liferafts, whilst their ship sank. The chemical tanker sustained little damage and was not taking water. All seven crew, who were a mixture of Russian, Polish and Ukranian nationalities, have been rescued by the container vessel "Ocean Titan". Falmouth Coastguard were alerted to the plight of the crew when the EPIRB was set off as their vessel began to sink. The "Florece" was 240 miles south-south-west of Lands End at the time of the incident and was therefore within the UKs search and rescue region. Falmouth Coastguard used long range information tracking to locate the nearest ship to the position given. When they spoke to the master of the "Afrodite" he informed them that he had been in collision with the "Florece" and that the crew had abandoned to liferafts. The "Afrodite" had attempted to deploy its fast rescue craft but had been unsuccessful due to the sea swell. During this time the American coastguard had also received a distress signal from the Florece and reported this to Falmouth Coastguard. Falmouth Coastguard then made a request for assistance to any ships in the area. They also discussed the incident with the Spanish coastguard who began to make preparations for sending a helicopter and fixed wing aircraft. The "Maersk Kampala" and the "Ocean Titan" which had entered the strait of Dover 24 hours ago, responded, and the latter was able to go the scene to rescue the crew. All seven crew are now safe on board the "Ocean Titan" with no medical assistance required.

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