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Photographer:Arnes [View profile]Title:ROCKNESAdded:May 04, 2007
Photo Category: Casualties
ROCKNES on the 30/3-2004 at Ågotnes outside Bergen.Earlier same day the vessel had been uprighted from her capzised position.She was later repaired in Poland, and are now trading as NORDNES.
Vessel Identification
Former name(s):
- Rocknes (Until 2005 Jul)
- Kvitnes (Until 2003 Mar)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Bulk Carrier
Gross tonnage:18,226 tons
Summer DWT:25,063 tons
Length:160 m
Beam:26 m
Draught:10 m

Additional Information
Home port:Rotterdam
Class society:Bureau Veritas
Build year:2001
AIS Information
Last known position:
60°40’19.49” N, 3°45’22.23” E
Speed, course (heading):
13.4kts, 71° (70°)
Arrival:24th Oct 2016
02:00:25 UTC
Last update:
2 hours 20 minutes ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2016 November 3rd, 07:00:22 UTCBergen
2016 September 3rd, 21:00:06 UTCGothenburg
2016 August 3rd, 13:00:02 UTCDk Cph
2016 April 8th, 04:00:14 UTCBrighton
2016 March 6th, 06:00:06 UTCJelsa Norway
2016 March 4th, 09:00:46 UTCNewcastle
2016 February 29th, 18:00:22 UTCTau
2016 February 26th, 19:30:42 UTCNorthfleet Sunk Ps
2016 February 26th, 17:00:40 UTCNorthfleet
2016 February 24th, 14:00:19 UTCSkaw
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Arnes on Jun 27, 2007 09:49 (9 years ago)
She was in fact turned to right position the day I mention, not one day earlier as stated by poster. I was chief-officer/DP-operator of TROLLNES for 8 years, until replaced by ROCKNES. Most of my shipmates wanted to continue on ROCKNES, while I went to another company.
Among those which lost their life on ROCKNES, was the captain, a very good friend of mine during the years we dealt same ship, he was even visiting me at my home just before he went onboard that last fatal voyage.
Rgds, Arne
mtpat10 on May 18, 2005 07:12 (11 years ago)
ROCKNES (Kvitnes -03) 17,357/01 – pipe burying vessel, “owned by Reederei Hans Jurgen Hartmann GmbH & Co. KG (Aboitiz Jebsen Bulk Transport Corp.) Antigua and Barbuda. Capsized and sank 19/1/2004 in Vatlestraumen (Norway) in position 60.20N, 05.12E remaining afloat but upside down. She was towed closer to shore where efforts were made to locate the missing crew. 12 crew were rescued, 4 recovered dead and 14 are missing. She was on passage from Bergen for Emden (Germany) with stone.”
REF: World Ship Society’s Marine News March 2004 Vol. 58 No.3
“The upturned hull was towed 28/1/2004 and berthed alongside the deep water quay at Agotnes on the island of Sotra.”
REF: World Ship Society’s Marine News April 2004 Vol. 58 No.4
“Salvors managed to bring the vessel to an upright position 29/3/2004 with only a slight list and she is expected to be fully upright when water and ballast has been removed. Only one crew member remains missing. When various gear has been removed, it is reported she will be moved to a floating dock at Bergen where a decision will be made about her future.”
REF: World Ship Society’s Marine News June 2004 Vol. 58 No.6
“It is reported she will be repaired by Rematowa, Gdansk at a cost of approximately NOK280m. Completion is expected 2/2005.”
REF: World Ship Society’s Marine News July 2004 Vol. 58 No.7
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