Bulk carrier TQ ORDU ran aground at Sile, Istanbul, Black sea coast, at around 2330 LT Feb 5, reportedly while ballasting from Eregli to Ukraine, though track seems a bit strange for a ship bound for Ukraine. Crew remain on board, understood waiting for...continue reading
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General cargo ship EAGLE WIND ran aground on Kotsuku islet while approaching Yatsushiro port, western Kyushu, Japan, at around 0635 Tokyo time Feb 6. The ship was refloated at 0920 LT, and safely reached Yatsushiro, where she was berthed at 1040 LT. EAGL...continue reading
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From now on, you can view all incoming vessels for a specific port in the live view and watch each vessel arriving down to the minute. Planned arrivals for a particular port can no longer be seen exclusively via the ...continue reading
With the My Fleet feature, FleetMon users keep track of their fleets or vessels of interest. Monitoring live positions, organizing the fleet with the help of tags, and downloading the report is pretty simple with just a few clicks. Now, ...continue reading
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