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 on: Yesterday at 10:08:36 pm 
Started by Paul Bradshaw - Last post by Paul Bradshaw

 on: Yesterday at 07:51:11 pm 
Started by Jens Heri - Last post by Tomas Østberg- Jacobsen
REALLY close to disaster. Mighty rescue-effort, proud of that.


 on: Yesterday at 07:10:01 pm 
Started by Michi1997 - Last post by degzie
I think the dredger you are trying to identify is the Seaway which was later named 
Imo 8410184 Loa 164x22m Built 1986 Suction Dredger....Beached 4/3/19nd has recently been beached.

can confirm below link is the Shahaf.

 on: Yesterday at 07:08:48 pm 
Started by Jens Heri - Last post by 3SX
under towline of the Ocean Response (imo 9616163 )

 on: Yesterday at 02:55:24 pm 
Started by Jens Heri - Last post by miraflores
Viking Sky underway with own power ( 4 kn), 3 tugs only stand by, not towing.

 on: Yesterday at 11:32:03 am 
Started by Jens Heri - Last post by 3SX
VIKING SKY being currently towed to Molde by Ocean Response (imo 9616163 ), Vivax (imo 9429546 ) and Normand Ranger (imo 9413432), giving ETA 20:00 LT

 on: Yesterday at 09:34:06 am 
Started by Hannes van Rijn - Last post by Tuomas Romu
When you have absolutely no idea what kind of ship you need but yet insist that it should be built at a shipyard that has never built an icebreaker, no wonder it takes more than a decade to procure a single vessel that ends up being also the world's most expensive icebreaker.

With Finland's latest icebreaker, Polaris, it took about 3½ years from concept design contract to delivery of the 125 million euro vessel even though it was the world's first LNG-powered icebreaker and featured a completely new type of propulsion configuration.

 on: Yesterday at 08:32:36 am 
Started by Ship's Cat - Last post by rene2805
MAX COOLER   9378929   Malta   now   ATLANTIC MERCHANT   Liberia

 on: Yesterday at 02:46:39 am 
Started by Hannes van Rijn - Last post by villager
The US is facing a potential shortfall in icebreaking capability after ...

Not good. The potential shortfall in icebreaking capability is also an issue in Canada and both countries share icebreaking duties on the Seaway and Great Lakes system. Canadian politicians mess around the icebreaker fleet renewal. We need all icebreakers we can find, not losing another ship...

 on: Yesterday at 12:26:50 am 
Started by Jens Heri - Last post by Jens Boldt
Must be really boring to wait for evacuation for these passengers posting videos and photos on social media in the meantime Huh

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