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Echouement du CAFER DEDE le 8 novembre 2011


Summary : On the 8 November 2011, the Container ship CAFER DEDE grounded on the Syros Island Coast (Greece). Effforts of authorities were carried out in order to avoid a major pollution. Boxship Cafer Dede which stuck fast on Syros islands rocks, Med, refloated on Nov 22 after partial offload

 

Vessel & Interveners 

 

1 - IMO NUMBER 9365831 2- NAME OF SHIP CAFER DEDE
3 - Call Sign V7PR8 4 - MMSI 538090362
5 - Tonnage Brut 21 092 7 - DWT 26 000
8 - Type de navire Container Ship 9 - Status of Ship Casualty
9 - Flag Marshall Islands 9- Year of build 2008
10 - Propriétaire déclaré KALKAVAN CAIB-HAMBURG 10-1 Address

 

Care of Kalkavan Shipmanagement GmbH & Co KG

Admiralitaetstrasse 60,

20459 Hamburg, Germany.

11 - Ship Manager KALKAVAN Ship Management 11-1 Address

Admiralitaetstrasse 60,

20459 Hamburg, Germany

12 - ISM Manager KALKAVAN Ship Management 12 -1 Address

Admiralitaetstrasse 60,

20459 Hamburg, Germany

13 - Classification Society American Bureau of Shipping 14 - P&I Standard P&I Club
15 - Hull Insurers 16 - Salvors : 

 

 

Location of the casualty

 

 

Pictures

 

 

Story

 

On November 8, the 182 meter long, 26000 dwt container vessel Cafer Dede went aground on the Island of Syros, Greece. The cause of the grounding is a mystery. At the time of the incident, the weather was calm and there was good visibility. There were no injuries to the 19 crewmen on board. Greek authorities are concern that the Cafer Dede could cause an environmental disaster like the Rena which went aground a month ago off New Zealand. Two tugs are on site and oil booms have been placed around the vessel. Current reports state there is no signs of leaks or pollution being released. The Cafer Dede had been scheduled to sail between Salerno, Italy and Port of Izmir, Turkey. 

 

Boxship Cafer Dede which stuck fast on Syros islands rocks, Med, refloated on Nov 22 after partial offload

 


Costs

 

1 - Hull & Machinery USD XXXX 2 - Cargo USD XXXX
3 - Salvage USD XXXX 4 - Costs USD XXXX

 

 

Liabilty Limits

 

1- LLMC 1976 DTS XXX 2 -LLMC 1996 DTS XXX
3 -CLC PROT 1992 DTS XXX 4 - CLC PROT 2000 DTS XXXX
5 - PAL 1974 DTS XXX 6 - PAL PROT 2000 DTS XXX
7 - BUNKER 2001 DTS XXXX

 

Cause of the casualty

 

 

Sources - Links - Reports

 

 A

 

 B

 

 C

 

 D

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