APL VANCOUVER Panamax container ship fire, South China sea

APL VANCOUVER Panamax container ship fire, South China sea
APL VANCOUVER, Panamax, container, ship, fire, South China sea

Container ship APL VANCOUVER has fire on board, in containers on cargo deck, fire started on Jan 31 or earlier. The ship en route from Shenzhen to Singapore had to interrupt voyage and head to Vietnam waters, sailing to small Vung Ro Bay in Phu Yen Province. It is not clear yet, but most probably, she was brought to anchor, in the afternoon Jan 31. Vietnamese Coast Guard SAR ship CSB 8005 approached APL VANCOUVER in the afternoon Feb 1 and started firefighting. Understood salvage company already contracted. No injures reported.
Container ship APL VANCOUVER, IMO 9597472, dwt 115060, capacity 9600 TEU, built 2013, flag Singapore, manager APL.

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Source: https://maritimebulletin.net/2019/02/01/apl-post-panamax-container-ship-fire-south-china-sea/

 

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The 15,262 teu Maersk Honam is expected to be back in service in the second half of this year following one of the most ambitious ship repair procedures seen in commercial shipping this century.

The giant ship suffered a massive fire in March last year in the Arabian Sea, which killed five crewmembers. The blaze was one of the most high profile casualties in 2018.

Maersk officials have now revealed to Splash how they intend to get the ship back trading again.

The vessel, which has been in Dubai since last April, has been cut in two at Drydocks World Dubai.

The sound, 228.5 m long section from midship to stern will be transported aboard the Cosco heavylift vessel Xin Guan Hua to its original builder, Hyundai Heavy Industries in South Korea, where it will be rebuilt. The heavylift vessel is expected to reach HHI’s yard in Ulsan in March.

The former forward section will be safely moored at Drydock World Dubai for continued removal of damaged containers and debris. Once cleaned, it will be recycled. Relevant recycling options in accordance with Maersk’s responsible ship recycling standard are currently being investigated and evaluated.

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