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Photo Details
Photographer:Geir Vinnes [View profile]Title:OCEAN DREAMAdded:Oct 05, 2016
Captured:August 31, 2016IMO:7211517Hits:3,256
Location:Laem Chabang, Thailand
Photo Category: Casualties
Built: 1972 Fincantieri Riva Trigoso, Italy.
Gt: 17042 t. Dwt: 2352 t.
Loa. 163,30 m. Br. 22,82 m.
Flag: Togo.
Ex. Sun Princess (89), Starship Majestic (95), Flamenco (04), Elysian Flamenco (04), New Flamenco (08), Flamenco I (11).
31/08-2016 Laem Chabang.
Here is a link (on Thai)were it seems like they are trying to pull her back up straight, that was in June but she is still in the same position.
Vessel Identification
Name:Ocean Dream
Former name(s):
- Flamenco I (Until 2011 Aug)
- New Flamenco (Until 2008 Jun)
- Elysian Flamenco (Until 2004 Mar)
- Flamenco (Until 2004 Feb)
- Southern Cross (Until 1997 Oct)
- Starship Majestic (Until 1995 Mar)
- Sun Princess (Until 1989 Feb)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Passengers Ship
Gross tonnage:17,042 tons
Summer DWT:2,352 tons

Additional Information
Class society:Lloyd´s Shipping Register
Build year:1972
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (4)

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Geir Vinnes on Nov 15, 2017 13:32 (6 months ago)
Yes but demolition is on going, I was told it would take about 6 moths.

Lott on Nov 06, 2017 10:07 (6 months ago)
Is this ship still there?
Geir Vinnes on Oct 06, 2016 00:10 (1 year ago)
I totally agree with you Michael,
Without being an salvage expert I think they will need to come up with another
solution. It will be interesting to see what they will do next end how it will all end.

Michael Wirth on Oct 05, 2016 22:34 (1 year ago)
Salvage Experts at work.
The ship is lying on it's side for half a year. I don't know what the seabed is like but I don't think it is rock or something like that.
So there is more force necessary than what is sufficient to righten the weight of the ship.

Then the picture and the linked article show that they didn't even try parbuckling but just tried to pull the ship upright with 5 harbour tugs ... No comment.

Looks to me like "Hey, we tried everything to remove it, but somehow it didn't work. So we have to leave it there, we are so sorry ..."

Best regards,

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