MAERSK HONAM - IMO 9784271
|Last known position:|
|22°4’19.02” N, 114°54’51.24” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|16.2kts, 128° (124°)|
|Arrival:||20th Oct 2019|
|12 hours 56 minutes ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 February 11th, 16:00:10 UTC||Cn Xim>cn Tst|
|2018 February 7th, 09:00:57 UTC||Cn Iwn>cn Xim|
|2018 January 8th, 21:00:55 UTC||It Spe>it Git|
|2018 January 6th, 11:00:54 UTC||Es Vlc>it Spe|
|2018 January 2nd, 04:00:53 UTC||Es Bcn>es Vlc|
|2017 December 12th, 23:30:23 UTC||Cn Ytn>sg Sin|
|2017 December 5th, 22:30:21 UTC||Cn Sgh>cn Xmn|
|2017 November 24th, 21:00:52 UTC||Cn Xmn>cn Tao|
|2017 November 22nd, 05:00:23 UTC||Cn Cwn>cn Xmn|
|2017 November 20th, 16:00:37 UTC||Sg Sin>cn Cwn||
© martin klingsick
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Yes its a sad sight to see a vessle with fire damage. Worse thing that can happpen to you at sea is fire. Not always easily contained. Some of the crew lost were quite young I believe just begining their career at sea! |
Yes, Roy, steel can be replaced easily, but losing human lives is what makes it a real tragedy... :(
Sad picture Vlad and very sad the lives the fire took.
Thanks for your comment, rarcand. I will post some more brutal pics of her damage later on.
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Some information about this casualty here : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maersk_Honam |
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