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DEFIANCE Propulsion clutch failure
Sep 23 20:39

The 'Defiance' suffered a failure of its starboard propulsion clutch while pushing the barge 'Ashtabula' on Sep 16, 2020. The vessel and barge docked in Port Lambton, Ontario, and the crew carried out repairs. Both the vessel and barge resumed the voyage from Buffalo to Calcite, ETA Sep 18.

Barge and tug refloated
Sep 23 2018 19:01

On Sep 22, 2018, at 4:31 a.m. currents freed the "Defiance" and "Ashtabula" from the clay bottom in Round Island Passage in the Straits of Mackinac. The Coast Guard had conducted an overflight with a pollution responder on in the evening and did not identify any signs of pollution. Another overflight was planned for the morning of Sep 23. After the grounding the U.S. Coast Guard had established a safety zone around it in the Straits of Mackinac, between Mackinac Island and Round Island. The vessels departed Cedarville, Michigan and was transiting to its next port of call in Buffington, Indianam when it ran aground. The cause of the grounding was under investigation of the Coast Guard Sault Ste. Marie. No injuries, pollution or flooding have been reported.


Ran aground, whilst towing barge Ashtabula
Sep 22 2018 08:05

Tug Defiance (871 gt, built 1982), towing the barge Ashtabula , ran aground, amid strong winds, in position lat 045 50 26N, long 084 36 35W, 7.5 nautical miles from Mackinaw City, at 1939 hrs, Sep 21. According to reports, the barge is carrying 97,918 gallons of diesel fuel and more than 2,900 tons of stone.

DEFIANCE - IMO 8109761
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IMO number:8109761
MMSI:367511590
Name of the ship:DEFIANCE
Former names:
BEVERLY ANDERSON (2012, United States (USA))
APRIL T BEKER (1988)
Vessel type:Tug boat
Operating status:Active
Flag:United States (USA)
Gross tonnage:871 tons
Deadweight:661 tons
Length:44 m
Breadth:12 m
Year of build:1982
Builder:MARINETTE MARINE - MARINETTE WI, U.S.A
Classification society:AMERICAN BUREAU OF SHIPPING
Home port:CLEVELAND OH
Owner:GRAND RIVER NAVIGATION - AVON LAKE OH, United States (USA)
Manager:GRAND RIVER NAVIGATION - AVON LAKE OH, United States (USA)
Description:
DEFIANCE is a Tug boat built in 1982 by MARINETTE MARINE - MARINETTE WI, U.S.A. Currently sailing under the flag of United States (USA). Formerly also known as BEVERLY ANDERSON, APRIL T BEKER. It's gross tonnage is 871 tons.
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CS RENE DESCARTES Hole in forward void
Sep 23 20:42

The 'Rene Descartes' suffered a hole in a forward void tank 188 miles west-northwest of Nootka Island, British Columbia, on Sep 18, 2020. The crew carried out temporary repairs. The vessel proceeded to a shipyard in Vancouver for repaairs in drydock and then returned to the cable work area, ETA Sep 24.

Medevac off Coos Bay
Sep 04 2015 09:42

A Coast Guard helicopter crew medevaced a Frenchman reportedly suffering from a heart attack aboard the "Rné Descartes" 80 miles west of Coos Bay on Sep 3, 2015. Coast Guard 13th District command center watchstanders in Seattle received a notification from Rescue Coordination Center France personnel that the man was experiencing symptoms of a  heart attack.An MH-65 Dolphin helicopter crew from Coast Guard Air Station North Bend safely transferred the 55-year-old man to emergency medical personnel at 6:33 a.m., who transported him to Bay Area Hospital in Coos Bay.

Cable layer lost metal plough
Oct 12 2014 19:15

A six-tonne metal plough which was being used to bring broadband to the Western Isles was remaining stuck fast at the bottom of the sea. The plough named Elodie was being operated four weeks ago from the "René Descartes" when it snagged about 2.5 miles north east of North Uist, and a cable snapped. A specialist salvage operation to try and recover the cable laying equipment was to start later in Oct 2014. The bright yellow was lying more then 300ft beneath the surface, holding up the cable laying element of the £146 million north of Scotland fibre broadband scheme led by development agency, Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE). The two-pronged plough broke off from the "René Descartes" as it was digging a trench through heavy mud to bury miles of expensive fibre optic cable.
Ship owners Orange Marine have called in salvage experts to attempt to recover the sunken equipment from the eastern entrance to the Sound of Harris, midway between North Uist and Harris. The maritime authorities have been notified of the sunken plough, which was marked by a surface buoy. Orange Marine has indicated the work to recover the plough is scheduled for between Oct 21 and 23 uisng a large boat with a winch. The procedure will be to use an excavator tool to loosen up the seabed around the plough. A ROV will put a sling around it and connect it to the winch and then it will be towed to shallow water. Currently the "René Descartes" was berthed in Mull. It has laid the Mull to Kilchoan cable and is now burying it with the ROV north of Tobermory.

The salvage was meant to be completed by now to let the large cable-laying ship catch up with her timetable for installing the underwater network.

One end of the fibre optic cable was landed ashore at Strond in South Harris on Thursday where it will run northwards into Lewis.

Southward, the links for Uist and onward to Barra depends on getting the plough back.

CS RENE DESCARTES - IMO 9248100
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IMO number:9248100
MMSI:226291000
Callsign:FNWZ
Name of the ship:CS RENE DESCARTES
Former names:
RENE DESCARTES (2019, France)
JIUXIN011 (2018, China)
Vessel type:Cable laying vessel
Operating status:Active
Flag:France
Gross tonnage:13864 tons
Deadweight:8208 tons
Length:142 m
Breadth:22 m
Year of build:2002
Builder:HANJIN HEAVY INDUSTRIES CO. LTD. - BUSAN, SOUTH KOREA
Classification society:BUREAU VERITAS
Home port:MARSEILLES
Owner:ORANGE MARINE - PUTEAUX, FRANCE
Manager:ORANGE MARINE - PUTEAUX, FRANCE
Description:
RENE DESCARTES is a Cable laying vessel built in 2002 by HANJIN HEAVY INDUSTRIES CO. LTD. - BUSAN, SOUTH KOREA. Currently sailing under the flag of France. Formerly also known as RENE DESCARTES, JIUXIN011. It's gross tonnage is 13864 tons.
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TRF HORTEN Robbers stole equipment
Sep 23 20:44

Robbers boarded the anchored 'TRF Horten' at the Rizhao shelter anchorage in position 35 04 01.8N, 120 05 33.0E, on Sep 18, 2020, at 02.30 a.m. The robbers stole ships equipment, fled the vessel and escaped unnoticed. Following the robbery, the crew conducted a vessel search. The incident was reported to the Rizhao port authority and the local agents.

TRF HORTEN - IMO 9740342
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IMO number:9740342
MMSI:538006449
Name of the ship:TRF HORTEN
Former names:DARIMEN (2018, Hong Kong)
Vessel type:Crude oil tanker
Operating status:Active
Flag:Marshall Islands
Gross tonnage:157316 tons
Deadweight:297638 tons
Length:333 m
Breadth:60 m
Year of build:2018
Description:
TRF HORTEN is a Crude oil tanker built in 2018. Currently sailing under the flag of Marshall Islands. Formerly also known as DARIMEN. It's gross tonnage is 157316 tons.
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Alan Kurdi quarantined in Olbia
Sep 28 11:31

After a final night on board also those migrants who had to remain on board the "Alan Kurdi" disembarked in Olbia pn Sep 26. All 125 castaways and the crew of the vessel were swapped for COVID-19. The Italian authorities ordered a two weeks quarantine for the crew. The captain had asked to be permitted to sail to Marseille after the disembarkation which was refused.
10 positive tested migrants, all asymptomatic, were immediately isolated in tents provided by the civil protection and will then be transferred to a structure made available by the Curia, in Olbia. Here they will be assisted by the medical staff of the Health Protection Company of the Region and by the volunteers of the Red Cross, until they are negativized to the Covid-19 virus.

Alan Kurdi Authorities interrupted disembarkation in Olbia
Sep 26 22:23

About 125 migrants rescued by the "Alan Kurdi" were disembarked in the evening of Sep 25 at the industrial port of Olbia. The landing was interrupted at 8:30 p.m. by the Italian authorities. The rest of the people on board had to stay on the eck and sleep in the open, in the cold, and in the wind, until the morning of Sep 26. Interior Minister Luciana Lamorgese had previously informed that only 25 of the migrants aboard the "Sea Eye" vessel would be able to stay in Italy. The remaining 100 were expected to be relocated to other European countries, a transfer still to be clarified. Those who disembarked were sued for identification and medical examinations. Among them were 50 minors.
The process of disembarking the migrants at Olbia has been hampered by the lack of available personnel. All city traffic police and part of the local Civil Protection personnel were quarantined at home after a police officer has been tested positive for the new coronavirus.


Alan Kurdi now allowed entry to Arbatax
Sep 24 20:41

The 'Alan Kurdi', with 125 migrants on board, was to dock in the port of Arbatax, Sardinia, on Sep 24. Previously, the NGO Sea Eye, based in Regensburg, had indicated to have been contacted by the Italian authorities on Sep 23 at midnight to discuss after five days the opportunity to shelter from bad weather in Arbatax. More than 50 minors were on board the vessel. The French government spokesman Gabriel Attal said on Sep 23 that the ship was to "be received in the nearest safe port", with France declining any possibility of letting the ship dock at Marseilles. Earlier, the city had in fact said it was ready to welcome the ship "unconditionally".

ALAN KURDI Rescue ship underway to Marseille
Sep 23 20:52

The 'Alan Kurdi' has announced that it is setting sail for France after it was refused entry to ports in Italy and Malta. The ship rescued 133 migrants over the weekend.
On Sep 23, the rescue organization Sea-Eye announced that its ship was heading to Marseille with an ETA as of Sep 25. Since the weekend, the 'Alan Kurdi' has been waiting about 12 nautical miles off Sicily for a safe harbour in which to disembark the migrants on board. However, it was refused entry to Sicilian and Maltese ports. On Sep 22, the Italian Coastguard did facilitate the evacuation of two women, one man and five children, including a five-month-old baby. However the remaining passengers looked like they might be in for another long wait before a disembarkation was allowed.

133 migrants rescued within 12 hours
Sep 21 13:06

The 'Alan Kurdi' rescued 133 distressed migrants in the Mediterranean Sea within 12 hours in two operatons. 90 people were taken aboard from a rubber boat, 24 from a small wooden boat and 19 from another wooden boat. 62 of the castaways were minors, also pregnant women were among the rescued. They were coming from 15 contries such as Sudan, Nigeria, Egypt,, Bangla Desh and Libya. The ship headed to Lampedusa and asked the Italian authorities for permission to disembark the migrants.

Detention in Palermo lifted
Fri Jun 26 11:02

The detention of the 'Alan Kurdi', which had started on May 5 in Palermo has ended, and the ship left hte port on June 25, headed to Burriana, ETA June 29. On June 10 Sea-Eye found an agreement with the Italian Coastguard that the ship could be released if Germany and the Spanish authorities agreed to receive the ship within its territory. After the ship had saved 150 distressed migrants off Libya, it had proceeded to Palermo and was blocked for 11 days by the Italian authorities, followed by a two-week quarantine of the crew. During an inspection the Coastguard claimed to have found serios defiencies regarding the sewage system, the toilets and the garbage disposal devices of the ship, which was contradicted by Sea Eye on May 7. A petition to free the ship was supported by 55.000 people. The costs of 70.000 Euro which amounted during the detention could be paid by the initiative "United 4 Rescue" of the Evangelic Church in Germany.

Rescue ship finally docked in Palermo
Tue May 05 12:19

Sea rescue members cheered the arrival in port of the ferry 'Raffaele Rubattino' carrying 146 rescued migrants being cared for by the Red Cross. On MAy 4, the 'Alan Kurdi', also came into Palermo's port after 36 days at sea. The crew had had to be quarantined before they were allowed to dock. The Italian authorities seized the 'Alan Kurdi' after its arrival in Palermo on May 5 due to irregularities threatening people on board. No details were mentioned. The ship was banned from sailing until the defiencies have been addressed.

ALAN KURDI - IMO 5285667
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IMO number:5285667
MMSI:211215130
Name of the ship:ALAN KURDI
Former names:
PROF ALBRECHT PENCK (2019, Germany)
PROFESSOR A. PENCK (2018, Germany)
PROFEP (2018, Germany)
PROFESSOR A PENCK (2015, Germany)
PROFESSOR ENA. PX0 (2013, Germany)
PROFESSOR A. [ ENC (2013, Germany)
ROFESSOR A. PENCK (2013, Germany)
PROFESSOR A. PK%NC (2013, Germany)
OFESSOR A. PENCK X (2013, Germany)
VESSOR A. PENCK (2013, Germany)
PROESSFOR A. PENCK (2013, Germany)
PROFESSOR A..CK PE (2013, Germany)
OFESSOR A. PENCK (2013, Germany)
JOH L.KRUEGER (1999)
JOH.L.KRUEGER (1991)
Vessel type:Other
Operating status:Active
Flag:Germany
Gross tonnage:307 tons
Deadweight:117 tons
Length:38 m
Breadth:7 m
Engine type:SKL
Engine model:8NVD36A
Year of build:1951
Builder:RSW ROSSLAUER SCHIFFSWERFT - ROSSLAU, GERMANY
Description:
ALAN KURDI is a Other built in 1951 by RSW ROSSLAUER SCHIFFSWERFT - ROSSLAU, GERMANY. Currently sailing under the flag of Germany. Formerly also known as PROF ALBRECHT PENCK, PROFESSOR A. PENCK, PROFEP, PROFESSOR A PENCK, PROFESSOR ENA. PX0, PROFESSOR A. [ ENC, ROFESSOR A. PENCK, PROFESSOR A. PK%NC, OFESSOR A. PENCK X, VESSOR A. PENCK, PROESSFOR A. PENCK, PROFESSOR A..CK PE, OFESSOR A. PENCK, JOH L.KRUEGER, JOH.L.KRUEGER. It's gross tonnage is 307 tons.


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THORSWIND Ship quarantined after crew member tested positive for CODIV 19
Sep 23 21:02

The 'Thorswind', carrying 814 TEU, loaded with Bangladeshi export goods, mainly apparel and jute goods, destined for Europe and America, remained stuck in the mid-sea for days as the Singapore port authority did not permit it for berthing after a crewmember was found Covid-19 positive. The vessel had left Chittagong on Sep 11, 2020 and reached Singapore waters on Sep 16. After that a crewmember tested positive for Covid-19. The Port of Singapore did not let the vessel, operated by COSCO Shipping Lines, take berth and put it under quarantine for 21 days. It moored in pos.  01° 49.74' N 104° 51.06' E. The representative of the vessel's owner was negotiating with the authorities concerned to reduce the quarantine period and seek opportunity for early berthing. Developments in this regard were expected on Sep 23. However, the vessel was unlikely to get permission for berthing soon, thus the containers will miss boarding designated mother vessels.

Charterextension
Dec 27 2017 20:04

4 - 6 months charter-extension, trading South East Asia - Bangladesh, Cosco

sold
Sep 07 2014 20:40

sold to Clients of Thor Dahl  7 million USD

THORSWIND - IMO 9173135
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IMO number:9173135
MMSI:636016575
Name of the ship:THORSWIND
Former names:
WESTWOOD CASCADE (2019, Liberia)
SANTA FABIOLA (2011)
CMA CGM NYALA (2009, Liberia)
P&O NEDLLOYD SINGAPO (2005)
Vessel type:Container ship
Operating status:Active
Flag:Liberia
Gross tonnage:21583 tons
Deadweight:30046 tons
Length:183 m
Breadth:29 m
Engine type:MAN
Engine power:12240 KW
Year of build:1999
Builder:FLENDER WERFT - LUBECK, GERMANY
Classification society:GERMANISCHER LLOYD
Home port:MONROVIA
Owner:DAHL THOR MANAGEMENT - SANDEFJORD, NORWAY
Manager:DAHL THOR MANAGEMENT - SANDEFJORD, NORWAY
Description:
THORSWIND is a Container ship built in 1999 by FLENDER WERFT - LUBECK, GERMANY. Currently sailing under the flag of Liberia. Formerly also known as WESTWOOD CASCADE, SANTA FABIOLA, CMA CGM NYALA, P&O NEDLLOYD SINGAPO. It's gross tonnage is 21583 tons.
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Quiet evening no accidents at sea after 9:02 p.m. until 9:17 a.m., no News and press agency dispatch
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USCGC Waesche Fire in exhaust stack
Sep 24 09:34

ALAMEDA, Calif. — The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Waesche (WMSL 751) arrived at Yokosuka, Japan Tuesday after combatting a shipboard engineering fire on Sept. 20, during a scheduled deployment to the U.S. 7th Fleet’s area of operations.
Black smoke was reported at 5:18 p.m. (local time) Sunday, and investigations revealed fires in the exhaust stack and nearby spaces.
After 90 minutes of firefighting, the fires were confirmed extinguished.
Five crew members reported minor injuries sustained during firefighting efforts and were treated by the onboard medical team.
The extent of the damages and cause of the fire are currently under investigation. While at Fleet Forces Yokosuka, the cutter will undergo further inspection and potentially repairs.
“The rapid response and courageous efforts from the crewmembers aboard Waesche to quickly contain and extinguish the fire are a testament to the bravery and skill of this crew,” said Capt. Jason Ryan, Waesche’s commanding officer.
The cutter is under the tactical control of U.S. 7th Fleet as part of routine presence operations in support of the United States’ commitment to a free and open Indo-Pacific.
In 2019, Coast Guard Cutter Bertholf and Stratton deployed for a combined 326 days to the Western Pacific.
Both cutters enforced United Nations Security Council resolutions against the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea by monitoring and gathering intelligence on vessels conducting ship-to-ship transfers in the East China, South China, and Yellow Seas.
Bertholf and Stratton also engaged in professional exchanges and capacity-building exercises with partner navies and coast guards while visiting ports in Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore, Fiji, Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines.
Bertholf made history during their patrol as the first Coast Guard cutter to transit the Taiwan Strait March 24-25, 2019.
Stratton’s crew combated illegal fishing by conducting seven high seas fisheries boardings under the authority of the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission while transiting between the Philippines and Guam.
The Coast Guard’s ongoing deployment of resources to the Indo-Pacific directly supports U.S. foreign policy and national security objectives. The service’s unique capabilities, mission sets, and longstanding partnerships strengthen maritime governance, security, and the rule of law throughout the region.
Waesche is the Coast Guard’s second 418-foot Legend-class national security cutter and one of four homeported in Alameda. National security cutters have a crew of more than 150 and are among the largest and most technologically sophisticated vessels in the Coast Guard’s fleet.

USCGC Waesche WMSL-751

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Histoire
A servi dans:CGMark W.
Constructeur:Northrop Grumman
Chantier naval:Chantier naval Ingalls de Pascagoula
Commandé:janvier 2001
Quille posée:11 septembre 2006
Lancement:12 juillet 2008
Mise en service:7 mai 2010
Statut En service
Équipage
Commandant:John W. McKinley
Équipage:113 personnes dont 14 officiers
Caractéristiques techniques
Longueur:127 m
Maître-bau:16 m
Tirant d'eau:6,4 m
Déplacement:4,375 tonnes
Propulsion
Installations combinées avec moteurs diesel et turbines à gaz (CODAG) :

   

  • 2 moteur diesel de 7,400 kW

   

  • 1 turbines à gaz de 22,000 kW


Vitesse:52 km/h
Caractéristiques militaires
Armement

 

  • 1 canon Bofors 57 mm

 

  • 1 canon anti-missile 20 mm

 

  • 4 mitrailleuses lourdes de 12,7 mm

 

  • 2 mitrailleuses M240 de 7,62 mm


Électronique

   

  • EADS 3D TRS-16 : radar de veille air tridimensionnelle

   

  • SPQ-9B : radar de conduite de tir

   

  • AN/SPS-73 : radar de surface

   

  • AN/SLQ-32 : radar de surface

   

  • AN/SLQ-32 : module de guerre électronique

   

  • 2 Mark 36 SRBOC : contre-mesures (paillettes et leurres infrarouge) anti-missile antinavire

   

  • 2 NULKA : leurres anti-missile


Rayon d'action:22,000 km
Aéronefs

   

  • 2 MH-65C Dolphin ou

   

  • 4 Eagle Eye, drones à tiltrotor ou

   

  • 1 MH-65C Dolphin et 2 Eagle Eye


Carrière
Pavillon:États-Unis
Port d'attache:Integrated Support Command Alameda
Alameda, Californie
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USCGC John F. McCormick Coast Guard Cutter salvaged fishing vessel
Sep 24 10:00

The US Coast Guard assisted the grounded fishing vessel 'Reluctant' in Neka Bay, south of Hoonah, on Sep 22, 2020. The Coast Guard Cutter John McCormick arrived on scene at 8:34 a.m. and launched a small boat which rescued the skipper and a crew member from the vessel. No injuries were reported. The Coast Guard received 'Reluctant'’s initial report about running aground at about 8:30 a.m. When the 'John McCormick' arrived on scene they noticed minimal sheen in the water around the vessel which was listing heavily to starboard side on the rocks. Once the fishing vessel was afloat at high tide and under tow the sheen dissipated. The 'Reluctant' was towed to Hoonah to be inspected for damage. On-scene weather at the time of the grounding included an air temperature of seven degrees Celsius, 11-mph winds and 8-mile visibility.

fishing vessel 'Reluctant' in Neka Bay
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US Coast Guard commissions fast response cutter John McCormick
Apr 13 08:56

The U.S. Coast Guard commissioned its newest fast response cutter John McCormick during an April 12 ceremony at the Alaskan Ketchikan Base.
Built under the Coast Guard’s Sentinel-class FRC program, the CGC John McCormick is the first of six fast response cutters that will homeport in Alaska and the first to be homeported on the Pacific Ocean.
The ceremony was presided by Vice Commandant of the Coast Guard Adm. Charles Michel, and attended by Rear Adm. Michael McAllister, USCG 17th District commander, and Capt. Shannan Greene, Sector Juneau commander.

USCGC John F. McCormick WPC-1121

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Name:John McCormick
Namesake:John F. McCormick
Operator:United States Coast Guard
Builder:Bollinger Shipyards, Lockport, Louisiana
Launched:December 13, 2016
Acquired:December 13, 2016
Commissioned:April 12, 2017
Homeport:Ketchikan, Alaska
MMSI number: 338926421
Callsign:NDOI
Hull number:WPC-1121
Motto:Stewards of the last frontier
Status:in active service
General characteristics
Class and type:Sentinel-class cutter
Displacement:353 long tons (359 t)
Length:46.8 m (154 ft)
Beam:8.11 m (26.6 ft)
Depth:2.9 m (9.5 ft)
Propulsion:
2 × 4,300 kW (5,800 shp)
1 × 75 kW (101 shp) bow thruster
Speed:28 knots (51.856 km/h; 32.221825 mph)
Range:2,500 nautical miles (4,630 km; 2876.94862 mi)
Endurance:5 days
craft carried:1 × Short Range Prosecutor RHIB
Complement:2 officers, 20 crew
Sensors and processing systems:
L-3 C4ISR suite
Armament:
   

  • 1 × Mk 38 Mod 2 25 mm automatic gun

   

  • 4 × crew-served Browning M2 machine guns


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Noordster rescued crew of capsized yacht
Sep 24 10:10

On Sep 19, 2020, around 4:38 p.m. the crew of the 'Noordster' noticed a capsized sailing boat off Lauwersoog. The vessel picked up the crew of two from the water who had been in distress for about 20 minutes. The crew provided them with warm blankets. The KNRM Lauwersoog was alerted and pulled the sailing boat up again and checked the crew for any injuries. The 'Noordster' brought them to Lauwersoog.

Noordster stuck off Noordpolderzijl
May 24 2019 11:55

On May 23, 2019, the "Noordster" got stuck in the Wadden Sea enroute from Lauwersoog to Noordpolderzijl. It has been a problem for years that the small port is silting up. Recently, dredging was again carried out by the Noorderzijlvest Water Board. The question was whether that has been sufficient to make the port accessible again. The "Noordster" is regularly taking mudflat runners from Lauwersoog to Rottumeroog. Doing this from Noordpolderzijl would make the cruise considerably shorter. In the past, the trips were from Noordpolderzijl. The municipality of Het Hogeland and Noorderzijlvest Water Board have indicated that the problem was receiving attention. But because of the changing climate, increasing costs and nature legislation, it was no longer possible to carry out maintenance in the same way as in the past. In addition, the water board is also investigating alternatives to find a structural solution for silting up. For example, a study was currently being carried out into the effects and feasibility of a construction too ensure that the channel can be flushed and brought to more depth. Skipper de Jonge, together with a number of other tidal enthusiasts, offered a manifesto to the municipality and the water board, calling for cooperation for a better solution to the sludge problem.
The grounded ship was still stuck after an hour, and the water level dropped. It was decided to spend the night and to refloat tOn May 23, 2019, the "Noordster" got stuck in the Wadden Sea enroute from Lauwersoog to Noordpolderzijl. It has been a problem for years that the small port is silting up. Recently, dredging was again carried out by the Noorderzijlvest Water Board. The question was whether that has been sufficient to make the port accessible again. The "Noordster" is regularly taking mudflat runners from Lauwersoog to Rottumeroog. Doing this from Noordpolderzijl would make the cruise considerably shorter. In the past, the trips were from Noordpolderzijl. The municipality of Het Hogeland and Noorderzijlvest Water Board have indicated that the problem was receiving attention. But because of the changing climate, increasing costs and nature legislation, it was no longer possible to carry out maintenance in the same way as in the past. In addition, the water board is also investigating alternatives to find a structural solution for silting up. For example, a study was currently being carried out into the effects and feasibility of a construction too ensure that the channel can be flushed and brought to more depth. Skipper de Jonge, together with a number of other tidal enthusiasts, offered a manifesto to the municipality and the water board, calling for cooperation for a better solution to the sludge problem.
The grounded ship was still stuck after an hour, and the water level dropped. It was decided to spend the night and to refloat the ship when the water level was suitable again in the evening.he ship when the water level was suitable again.

Noordster saved woman from water
Mon Sep 12 2011 10:01

On Sep 10, 2011, around 1.30 p.m. the "Noordster", sailing  between Lauwersoog and Eemshaven, rescued a drowning woman from the water. The woman who had sufffered hypothermia was then transferred to the lifeboat from Schiermonnikoog and transported to the port of Lauwersoog where she was transferred to a waiting ambulance.
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MICHELLE HK Sold to Breakers
Sep 24 10:56

Sold to Breakers 377 USD/TO for Scrapped

MICHELLE HK - IMO 8805169
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IMO number:8805169
MMSI:351938000
Name of the ship:MICHELLE HK
Former names:
ASIA ENERGY (2019, Panama)
ZHIYUAN818 (2018, China)
JU FENG 6 (2017, China)
SPAR LEO (2013, Norway)
SPAR L (2012, Norway)
ALIANTHOS (2004)
C.S.ELEGANT (1999)
RUBIN ELEGANT (1994)
YOUNG SENATOR (1992)
YONG SENATOR (1992)
Vessel type:Bulk carrier
Operating status:Scrapped
Flag:Panama
Gross tonnage:36074 tons
Deadweight:65850 tons
Length:225 m
Breadth:32 m
Engine power:7792 KW
Year of build:1989
Builder:NAMURA SHIPBUILDING CO. LTD. - OSAKA, JAPAN
Classification society:DET NORSKE VERITAS
Owner:GOLDFAIR SHIPPING - QINGDAO, CHINA
Manager:GOLDFAIR SHIPPING - QINGDAO, CHINA
Description:
MICHELLE HK is a Bulk carrier built in 1989 by NAMURA SHIPBUILDING CO. LTD. - OSAKA, JAPAN. Currently sailing under the flag of Panama. Formerly also known as ASIA ENERGY, ZHIYUAN818, JU FENG 6, SPAR LEO, SPAR L, ALIANTHOS, C.S.ELEGANT, RUBIN ELEGANT, YOUNG SENATOR, YONG SENATOR. It's gross tonnage is 36074 tons.
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DUCKYANG GAS Collision in Kanmon Strait
Sep 24 10:58

The 'Duckyang Gas' and the freighter 'Nanei Maru', sailing westbound in the Kanmon Strait, were in collision on Sep 20, 2020, at 9 p.m. The starboard stern of the 'Nanei Maru', coming from Tsukumi, hit the portside bow of the 'Duckyang Gas' which was enroute from Osaka and arrived in the port of Tanoura on Sep 21 at 7.40 a.m. The 'Nanei Maru' berthed in the port of Moji on Sep 20 at 10.50 p.m. No injuries were reported.

DUCKYANG GAS - IMO 8921884
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IMO number:8921884
MMSI:440109000
Name of the ship:DUCKYANG GAS
Former names:
DUCK YANG GAS (2019, South Korea)
DUCKYANG GAS (2018, South Korea)
NICHITAMA MARU (2004)
Vessel type:LPG carrier
Operating status:Active
Flag:South Korea
Gross tonnage:1336 tons
Deadweight:1300 tons
Length:70 m
Breadth:12 m
Year of build:1990
Builder:SHIRAHAMA SHIPBUILDING - EHIME, JAPAN
Classification society:KOREAN SHIPPING REGISTER
Home port:BUSAN
Owner:DUCK YANG SHIPPING - PUSAN, SOUTH KOREA
Manager:DUCK YANG SHIPPING - PUSAN, SOUTH KOREA
Description:
DUCKYANG GAS is a LPG carrier built in 1990 by SHIRAHAMA SHIPBUILDING - EHIME, JAPAN. Currently sailing under the flag of South Korea. Formerly also known as DUCK YANG GAS, DUCKYANG GAS, NICHITAMA MARU. It's gross tonnage is 1336 tons.

NANEI MARU - IMO 8738201
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Name:NANEI MARU
Type:General cargo
Flag:Japan
IMO:8738201
MMSI:431000629
Callsign:JD2649
Year Built:2008
Length:71 m
Width:11 m
Draught Avg:4.0 m
Speed Avg/Max:11.3 kn / 16.8 kn
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Keoyoung Star 3 Minor explosion in Tagonoura
Sep 24 11:04

The 'Keoyoung Star 3' suffered a minor explosion in its main cargo hold and spat out yellow smoke in the port of Tagonoura on Sep 19, 2020, at 09.20 a.m. No fire or injuries were reported. The vessel departed from Tagonoura at 1 p.m. and arrived in the port of Ulsan, on Sep 21 at 5.15 a.m.

Grounding near Mizushima
Jun 27 2019 10:50

The "Keoyoung Star 3" ran aground after departing from the JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation near Mizushima on June 25, 2019, at 7.30 p.m. The vessel was refloated at 1.50 a.m. on June 26. No damage to the hull has been reported. It berthed in Mizushima on June 27 at 2 a.m.

KEOYOUNG STAR 3 - IMO 9798090
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IMO number:9798090
MMSI:440875000
Name of the ship:KEOYOUNG STAR 3
Former names:
KEOYOUNGSTAR3 (2019, South Korea)
WEN JUN 2 (2018, China)
Vessel type:Chemical/Oil tanker
Operating status:Active
Flag:South Korea
Gross tonnage:2222 tons
Deadweight:2818 tons
Length:81 m
Breadth:14 m
Year of build:2018
Description:
KEOYOUNG STAR 3 is a Chemical/Oil tanker built in 2018. Currently sailing under the flag of South Korea. Formerly also known as KEOYOUNGSTAR3, WEN JUN 2. It's gross tonnage is 2222 tons.
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