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1  Shipspotters all over the world / Shipping News and information / Re: Oyang 70 sinks off New Zealand Coast. on: August 20, 2010, 09:16:37 pm
Hey guys. As an ex fisherman myself I are grieving for those guys who were lost. I have a personal connection with this event as the last vessel I worked on was the Amaltal Atlantis and know many of the crew. I had a very sleepless night the night of the event thinking how they would deal with this horrific event. I know most of our captains were on first name basis with other captains on these foreign vessels and many had not met. I remember one captain was called captain crash after he ran into another vessel on the west coast. Another was captain stuck who always seemed to find the nearest rock in miles of muddy bottom to wrap his net around. Life on these vessels is hard. I have been on a few Korean vessels and I take my hat off to any person who can live on them. Any loss of life at sea is one that should never happen. I know when we gather to remember those lost at sea at the annual blessing of the fleet in Nelson I will be thinking of these guys as well as my other friends that have been lost. As for tvnz they should acknowledge their sources.
RIP captain and crew. Calm seas and good fishing!
2  Shipspotters all over the world / Shipping News and information / Re: Oyang 70 sinks off New Zealand Coast. on: August 19, 2010, 02:29:46 am
Yes I too saw these photo's displayed. I was waiting for some of my photo's to come up. I would send an email to them requesting an explantion on why they breach copy wright and not giving you at least credit for your photo.
3  Shipspotters all over the world / Shipping News and information / Re: Oyang 70 sinks off New Zealand Coast. on: August 18, 2010, 04:49:39 am
VESSEL DETAILS

GENERIC
HOME PORT
BUSAN
    
SPEED
15,00 kn
DIMENSIONS
BREADTH EXTREME
12,60 m
    
BREADTH MOULDED
12,60 m
    
DEPTH
8,00 m
    
DRAUGHT
5,31 m
    
LENGTH BETWEEN PERPENDICULARS
73,60 m
    
LENGTH OVERALL
81,63 m
    
LENGTH REGISTERED
74,45 m
TONNAGES
NET TONNAGE
653,00 tons
LOADLINE
FREEBOARD (SUMMER)
493,0 mm
CAPACITIES
BALLAST
338,00 t
    
FUEL
539,00 t
STRUCTURE
BULKHEADS
5
    
DECKS NUMBER
2
    
HULL MATERIAL
STEEL
ENGINE
FUEL TYPE
MARINE DIESEL
COMMUNICATION
CALL SIGN
6MLQ
    
MMSI CODE
440909000
HISTORICAL INFO
PLACE OF BUILD
ISHINOMAKI JAPAN
4  Shipspotters all over the world / Shipping News and information / Oyang 70 sinks off New Zealand Coast. on: August 18, 2010, 02:24:31 am
The factory trawler Oyang 70 has capsized and sunk off new Zealand's South Islands East Coast. The Korean owned vessel sank at 0400 local time. 45 of the 51 crew have been accounted for and picked up by the Fishing vessel Amaltal Atlantis. Among those missing is the vessels Captain. More information as it comes to hand.OYANG NO.70
 

 
IMO NUMBER
7238852
VESSEL TYPE
TRAWLER
HULL TYPE
SINGLE HULL
GROSS TONNAGE
2.003 tons
SUMMER DWT
1.379 tons
BUILD
1972
BUILDER
YAMANISHI SHIPBUILDING & IRON WORKS ISHINOMAKI - JAPAN
FLAG
SOUTH KOREA
CLASS SOCIETY
KOREAN SHIPPING REGISTER
MANAGER/OWNER
OYANG FISHERIES SEOUL - SOUTH KOREA
5  Shipspotters all over the world / Help and Advice / IMO details. on: June 01, 2010, 10:08:22 pm
Hey folks. Where is a good place to get vessel information from? I don't want to pay for it. I have joined Equasis but it does not have fishing vessel info. Any suggestions?
:-)
6  Shipspotters all over the world / Shipping News and information / Re: Bulkcarrier Taharoa Express slowly righted in Tasman Bay on: December 21, 2009, 07:37:24 am
Just to let you all know. This vessel is back in Tasman Bay to be righted after iron sand moved again while on her way to Australia. Helicopters have been transporting Diggers out to the ship over the last few days. She has now been sorted and on her way again.
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