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Title: 1978 blt sisters Isis & Burhou I - Update
Post by: Charles HT on April 04, 2019, 09:28:22 am
Regarding the mv Corneligue (imo 7711969, Togo flagged) ex Isis and the mv Burhou I (imo 7726897, Pan flagged) I note after their sale by Great Glen Shipping (Scotland) mid and late 2018 they have now seen movement from lay up in the Rotterdam area?

Burhou I was noted passing Gibraltar east bound 02/04/19?, and the Isis (now Corneligue) towards the end February had plans for sailing for further trading in the Caribs / South America with a destination of Paramaribo noted?

Any news here welcome.

Thank you all!


Title: Re: 1978 blt sisters Isis & Burhou I - Update
Post by: davidships on April 04, 2019, 03:15:11 pm
CORNELIGUE from 1/2019 listed Togo flag, c/s 5VHG5, MMSI 671137100
owner: Cemaritime BV, Rotterdam

BURHOU I from /2017 listed PAN flag, c/s HO7618, MMSI 355369000
reported renamed BURHO in Equasis
owner: Barnum Trading Ltd (c/o Dick van der Kamp Shipsales BV, Zuidland)


Title: Re: 1978 blt sisters Isis & Burhou I - Update
Post by: coasterwatcher on April 06, 2019, 08:08:15 pm
Regarding the mv Corneligue (imo 7711969, Togo flagged) ex Isis and the mv Burhou I (imo 7726897, Pan flagged) I note after their sale by Great Glen Shipping (Scotland) mid and late 2018 they have now seen movement from lay up in the Rotterdam area?

Burhou I was noted passing Gibraltar east bound 02/04/19?, and the Isis (now Corneligue) towards the end February had plans for sailing for further trading in the Caribs / South America with a destination of Paramaribo noted?

Any news here welcome.

Thank you all!


Don't believe all that you see on AIS. BURHOU I is still at Slikkerveer on 6 April.


Title: Re: 1978 blt sisters Isis & Burhou I - Update
Post by: Charles HT on June 10, 2019, 10:53:12 am
Am I correct in noting that the BURHOU I (BURHO) remains "for sale" locally via Dick van der Kamp while the Corneligue is currently "under arrest" as of March this year?


Title: Re: 1978 blt sisters Isis & Burhou I - Update
Post by: Pieter Inpyn on June 10, 2019, 02:08:40 pm
CORNELIGUE was still laid-up at 's-Gravendeel near Dordrecht mid May 2019, see my photo while passing on a river cruise ship:

http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=3009684

In that same area are vessels waiting to be scrapped.



Title: Re: 1978 blt sisters Isis & Burhou I - Update
Post by: davidships on June 10, 2019, 04:09:55 pm
I think that is taken in the northern part of the 's-Gravendeel basin?  If so, that is more of a general-purpose lay-up facility for smaller seagoing vessels and larger inland barges, rather than a demolition  waiting room.  Only a few of them go eventually to the scrapyards in the southern arm; most are resold, often after judicial sale.
http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=2999719 (http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=2999719)
http://www.dutchharbour.nl/en/ (http://www.dutchharbour.nl/en/)


Title: Re: 1978 blt sisters Isis & Burhou I - Update
Post by: Pilot Frans on June 12, 2019, 10:03:50 am
The Northern part of the harbour is for Lay up for long (cold lay-up) and short (hot Lay-up) time.

In the middle part en first part of the south of the harbour are for scrap.
The south end for loading scrap in barges and coasters.

Cornelique still in same position in the northern part of the basin



Title: Re: 1978 blt sisters Isis & Burhou I - Update
Post by: Charles HT on September 13, 2019, 10:32:50 am
Good day, Is there any update to hand on the movements of the Corneligue (Ex Isis)?

I note Burho (Ex Burhou I) remains for sale via Van Der Kamp Ship Sales. Like many vessels of her age and size maybe she will cross the Atlantic and trade in the Caribs / South America?

Thank you.