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Photo Details
Photographer:Robert Radziszewski [View profile]Title:Ensco DS-3Added:Jul 31, 2020
Captured:July 28, 2020IMO:9443372Hits:211
Location:Las Palmas, Canary Islands
Photo Category: Drill Ships
Description:
Ensco DS-3 leaving Las Palmas for scrap yard in Turkey.
Vessel Identification
Name:Ensco Ds 3
IMO:9443372
Flag:Marshall Islands
MMSI:538003635
Callsign:V7SE7
Former name(s):
- Deep Ocean Ascension (Until 2011 Jun)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Drill Ship
Gross tonnage:60,105 tons
Summer DWT:60,861 tons
Length:228 m
Beam:42 m
Draught:8.7 m

Additional Information
Class society:American Bureau Of Shipping
Build year:2010
AIS Information
Last known position:
28°8’55.96” N, 15°24’29.3” W
Status:Moored
Speed, course (heading):
0kts, 254° (320°)
Destination:
Location:Tenerife
Arrival:23rd Nov 2020
12:00:55 UTC
Last update:
24 days 9 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 November 23rd, 12:00:53 UTCTenerife
2018 November 23rd, 12:00:38 UTCTenerife
2018 November 23rd, 12:00:19 UTCTenerife !
2017 November 24th, 08:00:50 UTCLas Palmas
2017 November 23rd, 12:00:14 UTCTenerife
2016 November 24th, 08:00:50 UTCLas Palmas
2012 September 28th, 10:00:34 UTCGom Gi-91
2011 June 4th, 18:00:40 UTCAtw 493
-0001 November 30th, 00:00:00 UTCSpeed Log Testing
-0001 November 30th, 00:00:00 UTCSt-243
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Photo Comments (4)

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vokstar on Aug 02, 2020 04:55 (5 days ago)
Cheers thanks Vlad, I don't think she will be the first or last to be scrapped, such a shame for a ships that seemingly have had such light service.
lappino on Aug 02, 2020 04:27 (5 days ago)
She surely did see some service before 2016, but her fate (just like the fate of other drill ships owned by Volaris) now casts huge shadow over the future of still undelivered drill ships at Samsung and Daewoo...

Cheers

Vlad
vokstar on Aug 01, 2020 23:19 (5 days ago)
Had it seen any active service? A lot of drill ships seemed to have been laid up for quite some time
Robert West on Aug 01, 2020 17:34 (6 days ago)
Such a shame to see a 10 year old vessel go to the scrapyard.
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