OCEAN BREEZE - IMO 9309667
|Photographer:||Juan Carlos C. [View profile]||Title:||OCEAN BREEZE||Added:||Aug 16, 2012|
|Captured:||August 16, 2012||IMO:||9309667||Hits:||4,388|
|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|
|10 months 29 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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As per the last news about the present status of this vessel which were published in the El Mercurio, Chilean newspaper the date 5th of October of 2012, it is stated that the Ship’s owners of have declared a Total Constructive Loss for this Ship, therefore the Hull Underwriters in London have resolved to apply for an international tender for the removal of the Ship from her grounding position,
Ship’s Owners took this decision, once they analyzed that the costs of the salvage and later repairs of the ships were higher than her value, thus they decided that the Underwriters assumed the control of the future of the ship.
On the other hand, the Chilean Maritime Authority declared through the speaker that the tender adjudication could occur within two weeks, the firm who wins shall have to present a complete and detailed working plan to the Maritime Authority for its approval before initiating any work.
This plan must consider the removal of the 30.000 MT of wheat and soya still in stowed in the ship’s holds already with a high risk of decomposition, the scrapping of the vessel in situ or the refloating of the ship to be carried to the open seas for sinking her.
Asi es Pat..
Como dije en otro comentario, estas fotos me las envio un compañero de trabajo, el estubo en el lugar hoy en la mañana..
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Bien hecho, Juan. Much mas acercarse,¿cierto? Saludos. |