Showing posts with label ships. Show all posts
Showing posts with label ships. Show all posts

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

China to build 5 tugboats for Egypt's Suez Canal - China.org.cn

tugboats for Egypt's Suez Canal

Egypt's Suez Canal Authority (SCA) agreed with a Chinese shipbuilder to build five tugboats and the contract will be signed very soon, SCA Chairman Osama Rabie told Xinhua.

Sunday, April 04, 2021

Indonesia: 17 missing in cargo ship, fishing boat collision | Al Jazeera

A collision between a cargo ship and a fishing boat has left 17 people missing off Indonesia’s main island of Java, officials said.

Monday, December 28, 2020

Russian Vessel Sank In Barents Sea, Fate Of 17 People Unknown - Emergencies Ministry - UrduPoint

Russia's Onega ship sank in the Barents Sea near the Novaya Zemlya archipelago with 19 people on board, of whom two were saved, the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations said on Monday.

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Caribbean ships warned away from underwater volcano

Grenada Caribbean VOLCANO
Ships sailing in the Caribbean have been told to steer clear of an underwater volcano that is showing increased seismic activity.

Sunday, September 25, 2016

No Risk of Oil Spill From Pemex Tanker on Fire in Mexican Gulf

A loaded oil tanker that caught fire on Saturday presents no risk to the environment, the company, which owns the tanker, said Saturday.

Monday, June 22, 2015

Typhoon Kujira: 40,000 evacuated

South China's Hainan Province has evacuated more than 40,000 people as the eighth typhoon of 2015, Kujira, is expected to land in southern China on Monday night.

China issues alert over typhoon Kujira

China's National Meteorological Center issued on Sunday afternoon a blue alert, the lowest level in its four-tier warning system, for Typhoon Kujira.Typhoon Kujira, the eighth typhoon in 2015 and the first one to hit China, was formed in the South China Sea on Sunday morning, and moving northward at a speed of about 10 kilometers per hour.

Monday, June 15, 2015

Malaysian oil tanker goes missing with 22 crew members

KUALA LUMPUR: A Malaysian tanker carrying nearly 7.5 million litres of petrol has gone missing with 22 crew members on board in the waters off southern Johor state's east coast.

Saturday, June 06, 2015

China extends search scope for missing shipwreck victims

Yangtze River
Rescuers extended their search scope to some 1,300 kilometers along the Yangtze River with hopes to find over 40 people who are still unaccounted for after a Chinese passenger ship capsized on Monday night.

Thursday, June 04, 2015

Disaster in the Yangtze River: Rescue team begins righting capsized Eastern Star

The search and rescue team started to right the capsized cruise ship on the Yangtze River at 8 pm Thursday, according to the Ministry of Transport (MOT).

Wednesday, June 03, 2015

Rescuers begin to cut capsized ship in search for survivors. The real trick is how the vessel will be held steady to prevent it from sinking further

Rescue workers are cutting into the hull of a cruise ship that capsized late on Monday, in an escalated effort to find survivors from more than 400 people believed to have been trapped inside.

China says small tornado hit area where ship sank

A small and fast-moving tornado hit the area where a Chinese cruise ship capsized leaving more than 400 missing, weather officials said, possibly shedding light on the disaster's cause.

Tuesday, June 02, 2015

Ship carrying 458 people sinks in Yangtze River

A passenger ship carrying 458 people sank Monday night in the Hubei section of China's Yangtze River.

Saturday, May 02, 2015

Egypt controls fire in British container ship passing Suez Canal

Egypt’s Suez Canal Authority said it controlled a blaze in a British container ship passing the waterway Friday, leaving no human losses.

Monday, December 29, 2014

251 People Rescued, 227 Still on Board Norman Atlantic Ferry (Italian Navy)

251 out of more than 470 passengers of the Norman Atlantic passenger ferry, which caught fire Sunday as it was sailing from Greece to Italy, have been rescued and 267 are still on board, the Italian Navy stated Monday.
 
"251 people have been saved, 227 are still on board," the Italian Navy said on its official Twitter page.

Sunday, December 21, 2014

A dynamite catch - Global Times

 
Two foreign fishing boats suspected of conducting illegal fishing  activities are blown up by the Indonesian navy in Ambon Bay, Indonesia, on Sunday. The destruction of the Papua New Guinea-flagged vessels follows a government ruling requiring the sinking of almost all foreign ships illegally fishing in the waters of Indonesia. Photo: IC
A dynamite catch - Global Times

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Tugboat Prepares to Tow Russian Cargo Ship Into Sheltered Waters

A tugboat arrived Saturday night to tow the disabled Russian container ship carrying hundreds of tons of fuel further away from Canada's British Columbia shores and into more sheltered waters, a spokesperson with the Canadian Forces' Joint Rescue Coordination Center said.
"When they get the vessel under tow, they'll first head in a northwesterly direction and get it further from the coastline and eventually into more sheltered waters to the north of Haida Gwaii… Then a decision will be made on where to take it," Navy Lt. Pendergast told Canadian TV news channel CTVNews.

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