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« Reply #75 on: December 26, 2008, 08:26:35 am »

I think the situation whereby ships can "park" anywhere around the coast they like is somewhat of a grey area. For instance the area known as MARGATE ROADS is, I've been told  open for all and only limited by size of vessel, you can "park" there even without telling anybody you are there. The last time I looked yesterday there were 16 there and not 1 appeared on the POLA list. The coastguard would not necessarily know they are there either.
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« Reply #76 on: December 26, 2008, 10:43:21 am »

ADVENTURE II and CHALLENGER II sound like two of the Britannia Bulk fleet, the parent company of which has been put into administration (see various previous posts). Although administrators sometimes try to continue trading where they can see value in it, I don't think this applies to Britannia. Expect to see the whole fleet of over 20 vessels names ending in 'II' being laid up and sold.
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« Reply #77 on: December 26, 2008, 01:01:18 pm »

I am not sure if they are a "proper" part of the Britannia Bulk fleet as they both have different owners but there is a connection:
Both of these ships are managed by Svendborg Ship Management Denmark.
Britannia has 2 registered offices, one of which is at the same address as Svendborg Management
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« Reply #78 on: December 26, 2008, 02:25:35 pm »

Maybe a lot of these ships are anchored awaiting berths when the holidays are over, i.e the Berge Atlantic & Nord Steel
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« Reply #79 on: December 26, 2008, 09:35:48 pm »

Add to the list

PORT OF RIGA
STK Class called NEVA
Volkhov (Ex Ladoga 12)
Ugra (Ex Ladoga 15)
Kuban (Ex Ladoga 18)
Laba (Ex Ladoga 19)

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« Reply #80 on: December 27, 2008, 01:42:06 pm »

PIETARI BRIGHT was shown due to lay-up on Falmouth web-site but is no longer shown as booked.I am unsure if teh booking was cancelled or if she has now laid up ?.

Note item in Baltic Business News On-line on 22/12/08 re PIETARI BRIGHT, PIETARI CLIFF and PIETARI BRUIN and Seanews On-line on 24/12/08 re AURIKA, BALTIC CLOUD, BALTIC SNOW, PIETARI BRUIN, PIETARI BRIGHT, PIETARI GREAT, and PIETARI GLORY
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« Reply #81 on: December 27, 2008, 05:06:45 pm »

She's hiding just round the corner.
At the moment lying about 1 mile off Porth Mellin.
Others in that area include Green Tromso, showing Falmouth 31/12 at 10:00
Excelsior, destination Mounts Bay anchorage; Sanko, destination Houston, ETA 30/12/08 06:00 (doesn't look like they are serious about that!).
And the tug Janus, also showing Falmouth as destination 17/12
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« Reply #82 on: December 27, 2008, 06:09:39 pm »

Perhaps PIETARI BRIGHT finds it more comfortable round the corner. The Manacles rocks off the Helford are an unpleasant place to drag your anchor onto in a brisk Easterly wind.
The Falmouth movements yesterday showed her due upriver on Monday morning. Since then all Monday information has been removed, so she is probably still due then.
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« Reply #83 on: December 28, 2008, 12:13:42 pm »

Hello
if someone is interested in

According to Cargonews Asia folowing Containervessels are laid up or going i be laid up
Vessel Capacity (TEUs) Lay-up date Lay-up end
Maersk Karachi 6,673 Nov June
Maersk Sentosa 7,250 Nov June
Maersk Serangoon 7,250 Nov June
Maersk Senang 7,250 Nov June
Maersk Seletar 7,250 Dec June
Maersk Sembawang 7,250 Dec June
Maersk Sebarok 7,250 Dec June
Maersk Kiel 6,673 Dec June
Total Maersk Line withdrawal 58,846 TEUs
Cosco Ningbo 9,383 Nov N/A *
Cosco Seattle 7,500 Nov N/A
Cosco Germany 8,400 Dec N/A
Cosco Yantian 9,383 Dec N/A
Greenwich Bridge 5,624 Jan Mar
Glen Canyon Bridge 5,624 Jan Mar
Bremen Bridge 5,576 Jan Mar
Granville Bridge 5,624 Jan Mar
Cosco Hellas 9,383 Jan N/A
Cosco China 8,400 Jan N/A
George Washington Bridge 5,624 Feb Apr
Lions Gate Bridge 5,608 Mar May
Akinada Bridge 5,608 Mar May
Tsing Ma Bridge 5,608 Mar May
Golden Gate Bridge 5,608 Apr May
Total "K'' Line and Cosco withdrawal 102,953 TEUs * Not available

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« Reply #84 on: December 28, 2008, 11:31:39 pm »

as of 29 Dec 2008...


on the anchorage of the port of Gdansk, Poland
the "open type" (wide hatch) bulk carrier Hamburg Way (IMO 7931832)
is anchored since 16 Dec 2008
earlier (2008.11.18 - 2008.12.16) the ship was under repairs at Remontowa shiprepair yard in Gdansk
it seems to be at least a short term laid-up until they find employment for the ship...


at Remontowa SA two mono-hull fast ferries SuperSeaCat Three (IMO 9141871) and ...Four (IMO 9141883)
seem to be laid up...
they arrived to Gdansk on 18 and 15 Oct 2008 respecdtively and they were expected to leave before the end of December...
meanwhile, probably the specification of repairs was expanded, but seemingly not enough to keep the ships that long at the yard...
both ships were at some point declared to be staying at the yard until Dec 31, and several days ago both ships were declared to be departing on 31 March 2009...


sometimes choosing a small repair company with limited resources ("shipyard without docks") and relying also on ship's crew or shipowners "flying repair squad", thus making normal repairs extremely long, may also be regarded as some kind of lay-up...
chemical tanker Anitra (IMO 8513364) is moored at one of the Dalmor company quays in the port of Gdynia, undergoing alongside repairs, already since 01.10.2008...


quays of Dalmor have been often used as lay-up berths for several ships over several recent years, including long period lay-ups (eg. 1 or 2 years), including such ships as Antarctica ( http://www.shipspotting.com/modules/myalbum/photo.php?lid=733685 ) in these periods:
2006-08-10 - 2006-10-04 - 55 days
2006-04-28 - 2006-07-18 - 81 days
2006-03-24 - 2006-08-04 - 133 days
2006-01-23 - 2006-03-07 - 43 days
2002-04-24 - 2004-03-17 - 693 days


currently (as of end of Dec 2008), the following ships seem to be laid-up at Dalmor's quays:
- Fair One (IMO    8104307) - since 24.11.2008 (quite a long period as for loading or discharging such a small coaster)...
- Alert (IMO 7404176)
2008-10-09 - 2008-11-20 - 42 days
2008-02-06 - 2008-09-21 - 228 days
it seems to be a ship from the same company as Antarctica
- Sentinel (IMO 7106877)
it also seems to be the ship of the owners of Antarctica


I do not know exactly - since when, but I think for a couple of weeks now, the geared bulkcarrier Proikonissos (IMO ) has been anchored off Baltijsk / Kaliningrad, quite long distance from shore, with "Destination: Orders" declared on AIS (I understand it waits for orders of employment)
(currently at a position of 54 42' 48" N - 019 30' 07" E)
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« Reply #85 on: December 28, 2008, 11:32:49 pm »

Current situation in River Fal, Pietari Glory, Autoline, Autocarrier and Windsor Castle currently moored in the river, with Pietari Bright expected to lay up on Monday morning, Pietari Cliff on Tuesday morning. Also Palma is still expected to lay-up. Pietari Bright spent Saturday sheltering in Mount's Bay off Mullion.

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« Reply #86 on: December 29, 2008, 12:09:28 am »

Andreas,

Thank you for th info on the containerships currently laid up, there are alot of new vessels in that list with more to come no doubt.

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« Reply #87 on: December 29, 2008, 11:03:32 am »

River Fal update - Pietari Bright laid up this morning alongside fleetmate Pietari Glory.
Pietari Cliff joining them tomorrow morning.

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« Reply #88 on: December 29, 2008, 11:58:50 am »

Thanks for update and I wondered how many ships could be taken in lay up moooings there now if two (or three ?) abrest after the mussel farm has taken some of the space. Also do you think the Carrick Roads could be used ?

The Baltic Business News On-line reported PIETARI BRUIN was recently detained in Estonia with PIETARI CLIFF and PIETARI BRIGHT. I wondered if she had also come across with the other two when they were released  ?
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« Reply #89 on: December 29, 2008, 02:03:59 pm »

presently laid up in Bremen:

Cont.-Feeder "K-Storm" IMO 9389435 - 974 TEU - since end.Nov.08
Cont.-Feeder "Ice Crystal" IMO 9440590 - 698 TEU - since 27.Dec.08
Cont.-Feeder "Ice Star" IMO 9428229 - 698 TEU - since 29.Dec.08
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dead slow ahead !  :-)
best regards, Klaus
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