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Photographer:Patalavaca [View profile]Title:IVY IAdded:May 17, 2017
Captured:March 07, 2007IMO:7413878Hits:743
Location:Las Palmas, Canary Islands
Photo Category: Patent Slip / Marine Railway / Purpose Built Area for Drydocking
Description:
07/03/2007, in the process of being sliiped at RepNaval repair yard, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain.

The workboat is a former tuna seiner skiff, used & carried aboard a large tuna seiner fishing boat.

Built in 1975 by Scheepswerf Ton Bodewes N.V., Franeker, Netherlands (F60)
1,377 g.t. & 2,349 dwt., as:
'Daniel' to 1987,
'Daniella' to 1994,
'Daniel D.' to 1998,
'Ivy' to 2002 &
'Ivy 1' since.
There is no recorded owner of the vessel at present but it was last reported as being in Panamanian waters in March 2017.

http://www.marhisdata.nl/main.php?to_page=schip&id=1593

13/10/2005. Vessel was detained and arrested when equidistant between La Palma (Canary Islands) and Madeira, after leaving the archipelago of Cape Verde.
108 bales of cocaine, with a weight of 2,722.6 kilograms & a purity of 75% and 4.5 kilograms with a purity of 76.47% were found onboard.

Its value in the illicit market was estimated at **101,794,603** euros.

The Captain and crew subsequently received long jail sentences.

A few more photos in an album:
www.flickr.com/photos/patalavaca/34338462570/in/album-72157683946028295/

Vessel Identification
Name:Ivy I
IMO:7413878
Callsign:HO2867
Former name(s):
- Ivy (Until 2002 Jul)
- Daniel D (Until 1998)
- Daniel (Until 1987)
Technical Data
Vessel type:General Cargo
Gross tonnage:1,483 tons
Summer DWT:2,320 tons

Additional Information
Status:Laid Up
Build year:1975
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (9)

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Patalavaca on May 19, 2017 07:48 (6 months ago)
Guten morgen Ted & thanks for your confirmation re 'Ray II'.
Please keep an eye out for the 'real' "Ivy 1" in your Caribbean & Panamanian voyages; I would like to know that she is still afloat and working!
Regards, Rick

Captain Ted on May 18, 2017 21:14 (6 months ago)
@ David/Pata,, to my knowledge there is a pilot vessel in the PanCan with the name RAY II
Patalavaca on May 18, 2017 19:08 (6 months ago)
Thanks for the additional research David - intriguing and possibly misleading references to the name 'Ray II' - and yet, the voyage across the Atlantic from Cadiz to Panama seems plausible, if AIS is to be believed. (No specific reason not to.)

Transportes Maritimos Perdomo Santana, of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, had a hand in various old coasters operating in the Spain/ Morocco/ Canay Islands trades.
Their one-ship, limited company vessels were painted in white, Blue & yellow - the colours of the flag of the Canary Islands.
I look forward to the next photo, dead or alive, of the ship. Perhaps Captain Ted will find her in the jungle!

Regards and thanks,
Rick
davidships on May 18, 2017 18:33 (6 months ago)
The current status is uncertain.

7/2002 La Belle Marine SA, Panama
5/2003 mngd Transportes Maritimos Perdomo Santana SL, Las Palmas
2005 the drug-running incident outlined above
2007 this photo presumably connected to her return to service - then seems to have traded regularly between mainland Spanish ports and the Canary Islands
1/2009 arrived Santa Cruz de Tenerife with soy beans from Palamos & Tarragona - later embargoed by port authority, and no trace of owner (La Belle Marine) to pay port dues etc. Vessel apparently abandoned, public auction failed
18/10/2011 reported intention to sink her as a reef off Tenerife.
https://delamarylosbarcos.wordpress.com/tag/la-belle-marine/
Haven't found any subsequent report on whether that scuttling happened.

Then after four years gap, AIS sources reported the ship sailing from Cadiz on 7/6/2016 and arriving Panama 26/6/2016; then no further movements until an isolated AIS report on 15/3/2017 of her berthed in the Panama Canal. MarineTraffic gives name for this report as IVY I; AISlive and VesselFinder gives the same report but with name "RAY II"

However, RAY II is the name of a Panama Canal Co passenger launch - and the AISlive report adds "pilot boat" and dimensions "17 x 4 x 4.83".
http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=915183

Furthermore, the location of this AIS signal appears to be the PCCo marine base near the Miraflores Locks. I have strong doubts abouth this actually relating to the ship in question. Perhaps Panama authorities re-allocated the MMSI?

I don't know why, Rick, but the hotlink appears if it just starts with the "www"
but I cannot get the Spanish blog above to do it!
Patalavaca on May 18, 2017 17:51 (6 months ago)
A few more photos in an ALBUM .

Attention davidships: I have had to add the album link here in a message as it will not display a hyperlink in the text above..
Patalavaca on May 18, 2017 17:25 (6 months ago)
Guter abend Volker, thank you, I am glad you like the extra photos of this lovely little vessel.
Beste WŁnsche, Rick
Patalavaca on May 18, 2017 17:22 (6 months ago)
Hola Ventuari, thanks for the comments.
My 'new' word of the day - 'panga'!

I was surprised to see that the vessel is still in existence in Panama; I expected her to have ended her days at Logiscrap!
Saludos, Rick
volker1948 on May 18, 2017 14:47 (6 months ago)
Hello Rick! Thanks for the story and the ALBUM.Cheers my friend and best wishes. Volker
ventuari on May 18, 2017 13:15 (6 months ago)
Hi Rick. Interesting shot. About the "tuna seiner skiff" in Spanish "panga". Long story of, lets say "situations", for the Ivy-1. Well documented. Thanks my friend.
MBregards.
ventuari
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