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Photographer:2nd-mate [View profile]Title:MIGHTY SERVANT 3Added:Dec 10, 2006
Photo Category: Casualties
received this pic’s from my father whom is working offshore on gas-production platforms on the North Sea. He on his turn received them from a colleague who is also working offshore. You can see in four steps the sinking off the Mighty Servant 3, 1 mile offshore by the Angolan coast! Very dramatic pic’s I think!

IMO number: 8130899
Name of ship: MIGHTY SERVANT 3
Call Sign: PBBS
Gross tonnage: 22391
Type of ship: Heavy Load Carrier
Year of build: 1984
Flag: Netherlands
Vessel Identification
Name:Mighty Servant 3
Technical Data
Vessel type:Heavy Lift Vessel
Gross tonnage:23,123 tons
Summer DWT:27,720 tons
Length:181 m
Beam:40 m
Draught:7.5 m

Additional Information
Class society:Lloyd's Shipping Register
Build year:1984
AIS Information
Last known position:
29°52’16.32” N, 89°54’26.22” W
Speed, course (heading):
8.7kts, 51° (46°)
Location:New Orleans,usa
Arrival:17th Jan 2019
14:00:24 UTC
Last update:
18 seconds ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2018 September 23rd, 08:09:07 UTCDurban
2018 August 31st, 13:00:46 UTCSingapore
2018 August 28th, 06:00:49 UTCSingapore-pebga
2018 July 9th, 10:00:59 UTCSingapore
2018 June 7th, 14:00:01 UTCPort Gentil
2018 May 12th, 12:00:57 UTCRotterdam
2018 April 18th, 14:00:40 UTCStavanger
2018 April 15th, 12:00:12 UTCHaugesund.norway
2018 April 10th, 10:00:40 UTCCevta
2018 January 17th, 06:00:16 UTCKoje,south Korea
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Photo Comments (6)

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Mark on Feb 18, 2007 18:31 (11 years ago)
I think the machinery room wasn't flooded totally, but it is difficult to save it tight in this situation.

Radek Stuczynski on Feb 16, 2007 14:45 (11 years ago)
Think machinery room wasn't flooded at the time the picture was taken? rgrds
Mark on Jan 03, 2007 12:03 (12 years ago)

It is really dramatis photo.
Pay attention on the smoke from the funnel.

janda on Dec 26, 2006 17:52 (12 years ago)
At least everyone is safe, vessels can always be replaced.
Darren on Dec 21, 2006 10:33 (12 years ago)
Very sad to see a vessel in this condition, at least nobody was killed though. Below is info from the owners:-

Issued on behalf of Dockwise, owners of the vessel

Earlier this morning, the semi submersible vessel Mighty Servant 3 developed a list and sank after the offloading of the drilling platform ‘Aleutian Key’. The vessel is resting at the sea bottom in approx. 62 meters of water. The drilling platform did not sustain any damage and is underway to its drilling location.

All of the 21 crew of the vessel have been taken of the vessel and are on their way to the Port of Luanda on board of one of the supporting vessels on stand by during the offloading. The 83 crew of the drilling platform were all safely on board of the drilling platform at the moment of the incident.

The vessel is approximately one mile off the North Angolan coast and very close to the entrance of the port of Luanda. Local authorities have been informed and are assisting in the response effort.

The cause of the incident is not known at this time, but is being investigated.

The 27,720 dwt. vessel is Dutch flagged and sails with a combination of Dutch and Filipino crew. Families of the crew members have been informed. Crew members will be repatriated to their home destinations as soon as possible.

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