OCEAN BREEZE - IMO 9309667
|Photographer:||Juan Carlos C. [View profile]||Title:||OCEAN BREEZE||Added:||Aug 16, 2012|
|Captured:||August 16, 2012||IMO:||9309667||Hits:||3,289|
|Location:||San Antonio, Chile|
|Today early morning in the Port of San Antonio, Chile, after heavy swells registered after the storm, the ship OCEAN BREEZE short anchor and washed up on the beach, its 24 crew rescued.|
|Vessel type:||Bulk Carrier|
|Gross tonnage:||30,067 tons|
|Summer DWT:||52,289 tons|
|Last known position:|
|28°47’20.4” N, 89°25’3.72” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|12.0kts, 161° (158°)|
|Arrival:||29th Jul 2012|
|9 months 27 days ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2012 July 29th, 06:30:10 UTC||Cristobal,panama|
|2012 July 16th, 08:00:09 UTC||New Orleans|
|2012 June 10th, 23:00:43 UTC||Puerto Cabello|
|2012 May 25th, 06:00:03 UTC||Trios Rivieres|
|2012 April 14th, 20:00:47 UTC||Santos Brazil|
|2012 April 14th, 20:00:45 UTC||Santos Brazil|
|2012 April 14th, 20:00:10 UTC||Santos Brazil|
|2012 March 24th, 00:00:44 UTC||Antwerp_belgium|
|2012 March 24th, 00:00:31 UTC||Antwerp_belgium|
|2012 March 24th, 00:00:24 UTC||Antwerp_belgium||
© Juan Carlos C.
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Much material has been stuck in this, I hope to continue publishing great pictures
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If this boat is loaded with seeds and soybeans, as you point out, is unlikely to last in these conditions, the waves will be knocking for several more days of this unfortunate ship.
The You Tube video linked by David Meare is simply spectacular. The waves crashing against the ship with the water shooting upward is just amazing - at least to me. Kudos to the helicopter crews for extracting the ship's crew without casualties. And thanks for Juan Carlos for the excellent photos. |
Saw her a few times in the Montréal area as she is managed and operated by Fednav.
By looking at your images, the height of the wave splashes along her side means that she is taking a real heavy pounding. No ship can last long in such adverse conditions.
Thanks to Shipspotting members around the world who bring us news and shots like these. Thanks Juan Carlos for these unique images.
Just been watching this on the news, the anchor chain is now well under the bulbous bow, so still being moved....nearer the shore I'd say. |
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