Engineers and divers will investigate the Port of Felixstowe - Weather Alert Advance Weather Warning. Viking ship runs aground off Finland, all passengers evacuated! Maersk Line: Emma Maersk Is Not in Danger of Sinking (Suez Canal) February 4, 2013 The Emma Maersk containership, berthed at the Suez Canal Container Terminal took on water into the engine room and lost power on Friday night near the Northern entrance of the Suez Canal. 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According to the Danish Maritime Accident Investigation Board (DMAIB),”the main technical sequence of events were a break-down of the forward stern thruster causing a major leakage into the shaft tunnel, a collapse of the watertight integrity of the bulkhead between the shaft tunnel and the engine room, primarily caused by non-effective cable penetration sealings and some undesirable properties of the bilge system and the emergency bilge suction from the engine room. The Maritime Accident Investigation Board has released its report on the accident on board the Emma Maersk February 1, when the entire engine was filled with water after an accident in a mechanical Sternthruster . Throughout the course of events, all officers and crew members were constantly disturbed and highly stressed by the sound of countless alarms, which made it extremely difficult to concentrate on the many challenges that appeared.”. She is now berthed in Port Said East SCCT in Egypt where she’s being discharged. cause of the leakage and engine failure. I especially recommend reading the section covering the events in the engine room. (Actually, the biggest ship ever built, Knock Nevis – a supertanker, was scrapped in 2010). 8.9 metres (Note: 29 feet below sea level!). CREDIT: DAVE ANDREWS/TWITTER Please be advised that we are in receipt of a weather warning i... Kristof Pieters 09 December 2019 2.48 pm The huge harbor crane has completely collapsed. He maintains the "Maritime Bulletin", a private maritime news and analysis website for many years now and frequently publishes on FleetMon.com as a guest editor. At about 2205 hours, a 3rd engineer, who was standing at the aft part of the main engine watching the situation develop, became aware that water unexpectedly began flowing from a 440 volt AC outlet at the port side of the engine room some five or six metres from the water-tight bulkhead. 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As the 3rd engineer investigated this unexpected scenario, he heard a sudden blast and saw one of four cable penetration sealings in the water tight bulkhead give way to the water pressure followed by a massive ingress of seawater. The vessel EMMA MAERSK (IMO: 9321483, MMSI 220417000) is a Container Ship built in 2006 (14 years old) and currently sailing under the flag of … Nearest deep water to Panama, Manatee increases box volume... One dead and four injured in tanker explosion. Maersk has decided to use ultra-low sulphur fuel (ULSFO) for the trail. First Caribbean Cruise Suspended due to COVID-19 Scare. Original: The mighty Emma Maersk, once the world’s largest containership by TEU capacity, was … FleetMon Vessel Risk Rating: https://www.fleetmon.com/services/vessel-risk-rating/. – DMA Report. Posted in Accidents on Nov. 12, 2020 at 03:56. Use without permission not allowed. Judging from ship’s track, GEO SEARCHER was engaged in some research in island waters. Posted in Accidents by Mikhail Voytenko on Oct 15, 2020 at 17:40. There is no telling how this accident might have ended had they been at sea. “We can confirm that our container vessel Emma Maersk has been The Emma Maersk containership, berthed at the Suez Canal Container Terminal took on water into the engine room and lost power on Friday night near the Northern entrance of the Suez Canal. The investigation into the fire on board Maersk Honam boxship by the Transport Safety Investigation ... Danish shipowner Maersk expects to take a restructuring charge of around $ 100 million in the third ... Maersk Drilling has secured a contract from Brunei Shell Petroleum for the drillship Maersk Viking t... Maersk Drilling has been awarded a three-well contract from Total for the 7th generation drillship M... 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