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Photo Details
Photographer:lappino [View profile]Title:LIME BELLAdded:Nov 27, 2016
Captured:November 27, 2016IMO:8415275Hits:1,222
Location:Busan, Korea (South)
Photo Category: Scrapyard Ships
Description:
Her breaking up going on at Gamcheon port in Busan.
Vessel Identification
Name:Lime Bell
IMO:8415275
Flag:South Korea
MMSI:441256000
Callsign:DSFZ2
Former name(s):
- Rainbow Spirit (Until 2002)
- Kai Manu (Until 1997 Jun)
Technical Data
Vessel type:General Cargo
Gross tonnage:9,628 tons
Summer DWT:13,568 tons

Additional Information
Home port:Pusan
Class society:Korean Shipping Register
Build year:1984
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (6)

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lappino on Nov 29, 2016 00:06 (2 years ago)
Well, when Hyundai will start using their dry docks for breaking, that will mean really serious trouble for Korean shipbuilding...but we should keep an open mind.

So far, I am seeing ships being demolished here in Korea in some small repair shipyards only.

Cheers

Vlad
pieter melissen on Nov 28, 2016 18:27 (2 years ago)
Lappino, in the same as Hyundai helped to demolish the ULCC fleet in the eigthies?
lappino on Nov 28, 2016 11:09 (2 years ago)
To beach or not to beach... is a statutory question; it means politics is involved, and so it becomes increasingly difficult to solve.
However, now that many ship building facilities are in trouble, I expect some "clean" (= dry dock) players entering the breaking market.

Cheers

Vlad
pieter melissen on Nov 28, 2016 08:26 (2 years ago)
Peter, the Indians know this already for a long time..

http://expressindia.indianexpress.com/fe/daily/19990422/fco22006.html

Unfortunately "not competitve" as long as the authorities allow the beaching method.
shippingman on Nov 28, 2016 08:23 (2 years ago)
anyway, who will be use and climb the Pilot ladder? :)
peter j. fitzpatrick on Nov 28, 2016 08:15 (2 years ago)
Very clean idea of how shipbreaking can be done , instead of ramming the ship up the beach , remove all above the waterline then dry dock her to complete the task
Shall we tell the India and Pakistan ?
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