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 on: June 01, 2019, 03:28:07 pm 
Started by Ship's Cat - Last post by Manuel Hernández Lafuente
Asphalt/Bitumen Tanker LAGAN - IMO 9441219 Portugal renaming SINU BELLA Panama

 on: May 31, 2019, 01:20:04 pm 
Started by Jean Hemond - Last post by Lanaud
Just saying hi on this, the 6th anniversary of your passing. Miss you often and alot big guy.  Hope you're getting great photos where you are

 on: May 30, 2019, 09:42:17 pm 
Started by ChasB46 - Last post by davidships
Thanks Capt Ted and Chas.

 on: May 30, 2019, 09:40:56 pm 
Started by ChasB46 - Last post by ChasB46
The initial assessment by the CEO of Peters and May, the company has been transporting yachts for 40 years.  He states "However, the primary assessment is that the yacht’s cradle (owned and provided by the yacht, warrantied by the yacht for sea transport and assembled by the yacht’s crew) collapsed during the voyage from Palma to Genoa and subsequently resulted in the loss of My Song overboard.
"I will add that this is the initial assessment and is subject to confirmation in due course."

 on: May 30, 2019, 09:28:23 pm 
Started by ChasB46 - Last post by Captain Ted
Well David.

Usually, and I assume it was done as it is almost standard nowadays, these cargoes are carried "on Deck" at shippers risk. That means that anything what happens to the cargo , the carrier (the ship) is not responsible, unless it is gross neglect from their side. Cargoes are further lashed/secured under the observation of the ships command and by surveyors from shore hired by the shipper and/or receiver, special when it comes to expensive cargoes like such a yacht. Once finished loading and securing/lashing the surveyors will issue a report where they confirm that it was done properly and according to standards internationally accepted and recommended. Vessels usually have a lashing book manual, where it is outlined how to lash different things, but usually it is kept to standard cargoes what the vessel is supposed to carry. In this case, that the yacht crew did the job most probably special agreements were met to do so, but I am also in that case pretty sure that cargo surveyors from the insurance/shipper side were also present. Who in the end is responsible depends why it fall over board. That can be a dicey process,but usually it is figured out between insurances !!!!

 on: May 30, 2019, 09:00:39 pm 
Started by ChasB46 - Last post by davidships

Is it normal for the yacht's crew to be responsible for the lashing as deck cargo, rather than the ship's crew?

 on: May 30, 2019, 04:26:11 pm 
Started by lappino - Last post by Jens Boldt
Judging from the video the passengers and crew of Hableany didn't have the slightest chance. Just about ten seconds from impact to capsizing. What a tragedy! Sad

 on: May 30, 2019, 03:54:08 pm 
Started by ChasB46 - Last post by ChasB46
The 40 metre/ £30million super yacht MYSONG  belonging to an Italian billionaire fell off a cargo ship Brattinsborg in the Mediterranean.

It had been named Best Yacht at the "World Superyacht Awards" and set a speed record during 2018 Royal Ocean Racing Club Transatlantic Race.

 on: May 30, 2019, 11:59:25 am 
Started by lappino - Last post by lappino
This is the vessel that collided with the "Hableany", the river crusing vessel "Viking Sigyn":

Videos available show significantly larger cruiser catching up with the small tour boat from the port side, likely hitting it and turning it to port first, and then overturning it completely.

It is entirely possible that the crew of the larger ship did not see the small one at all, and the "Hableany" had no escape.

 on: May 30, 2019, 12:11:18 am 
Started by lappino - Last post by lappino

Photo of the "Hableany" on site:

I have a photo of this vessel, but will not upload it to scavenge for hits using tragedies (although I am not immune to that.)

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