time now is the currently unwanted HSS Stena Discovery, which is still in Belfast Harland and Wolfe Shipyards. Erith Since 17/12/08 Bulk carrier falcon IMO 9006423 Loa 78 m Erith: Since 20/12/08 Bulk carrier martin IMO 8510295 Loa 59 m Erith Since 19/12/08 Bulk carrier swift IMO 8804787 Loa 59 m Erith Since 22/12/08 Bulk carrier pipit IMO Loa 58 m Erith Since. Title: Re: Laid Up Ships Post by: brimar on January 18, 2009, 10:49:40 am Looks like yet another Vehicle Carrier bound for anchorage in 'The Torbay Box' 'hoegh chennai' due around1045 today 18/01/09 Title: Re: Laid Up Ships Post by: Krispen Atkinson on January. It looks as though she could be here for about 3 weeks she is due back in Southampton to load on the 24th June. This could be only for the winter as she is a pipelayer, otherwise she would have to head south to calmer waters. I think it will take a while! 255 ships with a total capacity of ard 675.000 TEU were reported mid. Title: Re: Laid Up Ships Post by: Andrew McAlpine on February 17, 2009, 07:22:36 pm Kelvin, well the strange case of this vessel continues! It is a sad day when such a long established company stops trading and it can lillestrm vinmonopol only be hoped that the fleet will remain trading around the coast if sold. That way the vessels can be classed as "laying-over" rather than laid up, and different mooring fees atc apply, and they don't have to go to the expense of lay-up procedures such as de-humidifying the acccomodation and engine room.
This morning, the tug Eurosund IMO IMO 7719698 is passing south of Selsey at a nice gentle 3 knots. info/ Title: Re: Laid Up Ships Post by: Lysfoss on October 04, 2009, 02:48:39 pm With so many ships laid up why are there so many ships being built at the same time? Or by crew members, so - in such cases - the number of manpower onboard will not be significantly or will not be reduced at all. But pietari cloud is listed as due in on Friday. Nowhere to go but it will arrive there on 22 Jan! Some lines have managed to avoid idling any ships at all, with CMA CGM and Hapag-Lloyd two top 10 lines that have not anchored vessels. Title: Re: Laid Up Ships Post by: Andrew McAlpine on February 10, 2009, 08:56:26 am Norasia Bellatrix ex (Hanjin Pensylvania) due to take the place of waterford at Southampton some time on 12th, vts also shows her due to leave on the 12th.
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Best Regards Mike :-) Title: Re: Laid Up Ships Post by: Pekka Laakso on January 04, 2009, 07:23:36 am Also a few hits found by AIS sites: The feeder laura ANN, which was one of the first being laid-up at Hamburg in the autumn, sailed. Plus there is a gaggle of container feeders at Hamburg, thanks to photos posted by one of our correspondents there. For their size, that would embrace.9 of all coasters. In Falmouth Bay are still Palma, and Autocarrier. Title: Re: Laid Up Ships Post by: Kelvin Davies on January 18, 2009, 05:36:56 pm Looking at Lyme Bay this evening, I wonder if there is another candidate here? This has implications for example if a ship is deemed to be moored then the Crown Estate or its agents here can charge mooring fees or move the ship.
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