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Photographer:CDH [View profile]Title:Wrecks in Montevideo harborAdded:Mar 01, 2020
Captured:February 22, 2020IMO:UnavailableHits:1,139
Location:Montevideo, Uruguay
Photo Category: Wrecks & Relics
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Several dozen ships stranded in the outer harbour of Montevideo, Uruguay
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John McMeechan on Mar 28, 2020 09:24 (10 days ago)
Anyone recognise the two red hulled trawlers, both partially submerged, over on the right of the picture. Any suggestions welcome. Thanks
marce on Mar 27, 2020 05:18 (12 days ago)
Oh yes. Now I rememberˇ Thank you very much Johnatan.
Regards.
Jonathan Simpson on Mar 26, 2020 22:54 (12 days ago)
Marce, yes this is the Top Ocean IMO 8031160
marce on Mar 26, 2020 05:35 (13 days ago)
If I am not mistaken, The big trawler with blue hull and red horizontal dash at left side of the picture, was an US Flag vessel with homeport in Alaska. At least, I remember to have seen her in good shape when I spent a long staying at anchor at Montevideo during year 2000.
Jonathan Simpson on Mar 25, 2020 23:22 (13 days ago)
This link in Spanish confirms that Provincias Unidas & Alianca del Plata were abandoned last year, however the former now appears to be trading again looking at AIS

https://www.elentrerios.com/actualidad/declaran-en-abandono-a-dos-buques-portacontenedores-que-navegaban-por-el-ro-uruguay.htm
Jonathan Simpson on Mar 25, 2020 22:53 (13 days ago)
"Geared ship with blue hull in the background", is almost certainly IMO 9164421, which has been there since June 2019 looking at AIS
Jonathan Simpson on Mar 25, 2020 22:48 (13 days ago)
The ship on the near side of the "Geared ship with blue hull in the background", I would agree with Yvon, as the Cruz del Mar,

http://www.histarmar.com.ar/MarinaMercanteExtr/MarinaMercanteUruguay/Mercantes/CorajCoraje-2-.htm
Jonathan Simpson on Mar 25, 2020 22:44 (13 days ago)
The ship on the far side of the "Geared ship with blue hull in the background" is a Sietas type 122, probably the Provincias Unidas IMO 8818879
Dеnis on Mar 25, 2020 20:59 (13 days ago)
Geared ship with blue hull in the background on the right could be either IMO 9157868 or IMO 9164421.
Jonathan Simpson on Mar 25, 2020 20:36 (13 days ago)
Alpinist type Russian trawler is Stalker, IMO 7640615

John McMeechan on Mar 25, 2020 19:50 (13 days ago)
Anyone recognise the red hulled trawler in the foreground - she’s an Alpinist type Russian trawler - any info welcome. Thanks
davidships on Mar 25, 2020 17:21 (13 days ago)
Apart from the Jan de Nul hopper barge CONCEPCION (IMO 9462639) with sister SANTIAGO (IMO 9462641) alongside, the easy one: the yellow roro is the Paraguayan INDIGO I (IMO 8716966), which seems to have been at Montevideo since at least 8/2019
Dеnis on Mar 25, 2020 14:48 (13 days ago)
Thanks, Yvon!
Yvon Perchoc on Mar 25, 2020 13:23 (13 days ago)
Hi Denis,
With her paire of funnels, she looks like a Spanish built. According to GE, she is there since September 2019.
One candidate could be CRUZ DEL SUR ex CORAJE (Imo 7911595).
Regards,
Yvon
Dеnis on Mar 25, 2020 08:08 (13 days ago)
Anyone recognizes a gearless freighter with blue hull in the background on the righ?
Brett Bachmann on Mar 24, 2020 23:49 (14 days ago)
Don't wish to moor there...don't rock the boat baby, don't tip....
John McMeechan on Mar 24, 2020 23:25 (14 days ago)
Interesting shot, wonder if anyone has a database or record of all the old trawlers abandoned there - my interest is in finding any old Russian or former Eastern Bloc vessels down there. See an Alpinist type trawler in the foreground - thanks John
Emmanuel.L on Mar 12, 2020 14:44 (26 days ago)
More like a cemetery than a market.
regards
Emmanuel.L.(Malta)
MJ Chow on Mar 12, 2020 09:20 (26 days ago)
Wrecks market ?
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