|Photographer:||Frits Olinga [View profile]||Title:||Fylke||Added:||Aug 05, 2012|
|Captured:||September 09, 1985||IMO:||7808255||Hits:||359|
||General cargo ships built 1970-1979 (Under 3000gt)|
|m.v."Fylke" the 9th September 1985 on Parkkade at Rotterdam.
Built by A/S Nordsøvaerftet, Ringkobing, Yard-No:132
Loa. 69.80 m – 64.83 x 10.44 x 6.02 m – Dg .3.55 m – BRT 499, NRT 338, DWT 1304, TEU48
Engine:Aabenraa Callesen 4 stroke 8 cyl.(270×400) 880 bhp.656 Kw. 11kn
1979 FYLKE P/R Fylke (Poul Lehmann Sivertsen), Næstved, Dnk.(OXZS).
1982-21-jul.During the trip from Jeddah to Kymassi sailing in ballast ran aground,after erroneous navigation,and severely damaged a coral reef.
1986 SEA STAR Partrederi Sea Star (Marstal Shipping I/S.), Næstved, Dnk.(OXZS)
1987 SEA STAR P/R Sea Star Ltd.(Jan Fabricius), Nassau, Bhs.(C6DE3)
1990 SEA STAR Marstal Ltd., Nassau, Bhs.(C6DE3)
1993 SEA STAR Marstal Sea Invest A/S., Marstal, Dis.(OZED6)
1995 remeasured:GT 1223, NRT 814, DWT 2117 – Loa. 70.25 x 10.40 m
1996 SEA STAR P/R Sea Star (Jan Fabricius), Marstal, Dis.(OZED6)
1998-03-jun.Two Philippine crewmembers of the ‘Sea Star’ (Danish-registry 1,433-gt,2,117-dwt motor dry cargo ship built in 1979, operated by Oerssleffs) are missing after the ship collided with the ‘Masayoshi Maru No. 8′
(Japanese-registry 379-gt fishing vessel built in 1991) and sank the morning of 3 June in the Carribean Sea off Colombia at 11 degrees 41 minutes north, 74 degrees 53 minutes west. The ship was sailing with 2,000 tons of cement from Barranquilla to Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The master,Michel Sorensen, and four others were rescued. The fishing vessel had minor damage and had left Cartagena, Colombia,3 June.