Bulletin of information and analysis on ship demolition

May 19th 2011

# 23
From January 1st to May 6th 2011

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Bangladesh Pakistan France United States Mauritania Global assessment Passenger ship Ferry 1 2 2 5 5 6 7 7 Factory ship Fishing ship Reefer Oil tanker Gas tanker Chemical tanker General cargo Ro Ro 9 10 11 14 18 19 24 34 Container ship Bulk carrier Car carrier Heavy load carrier Cement carrier Miscellanous The END Sources 36 38 50 50 50 52 55 56 The Gulf Jash, ex-Probo Koala has just been sold for demolition in Bangladesh See the Robin des Bois’ press release : «Probo Koala : The Death Boat heading to the Cemetery»

Bangladesh : still with bare feet, bare hands and bare head

Risky extraction of an engine and shaky access to the upper level © Robin des Bois – October 2010

In 2010, the beaching of ships for demolition was prohibited intermittently in Bangladesh by a number of rulings by the courts pending regulatory measures for the protection of workers and the environment. Following pressure and the petition lodged by industrialists in the sector (BSBA, Bangladesh Ship Breakers Association) highlighting the economic potential of their activity, the High Court gave a further ruling on 7 March 2011, prior to the government’s implementation of a clear regulatory policy. It provisionally and conditionally authorizes ships to be run aground for demolition without demanding the prior removal of hazardous substances; however, shipyards must comply with 18 requirements intended to ensure the safety of workers and the environment. These include prohibiting the employment of minors under the age of 16 and women, night work, smoking and cooking on ships undergoing demolition, discharging hazardous substances on land or in any water bodies, the obligation to keep an up-to-date employee register, to provide individual protective equipment and fire-fighting equipment in sufficient quantity, to modernize and secure access to the ships, feed the workers and finance their training and a hospital set aside for demolition site employees, use expert workers to remove hazardous substances and have facilities for eliminating them; shipyards must be placed under the supervision of a Marine Academy engineer; only ships that have received an environmental clearance certificate from the
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Bangladesh Environment Department will be authorized for demolition, and tankers must also present a gas free safe for hot works certificate.

Chittagong, Bangladesh © Robin des Bois

Ships rolled in on to the beaches of Chittagong from early April, when the legal ruling came into force; some, like the Dove, Ocean Charlie and Royal Aquarius had been waiting out at sea since February and even January. The High Court has given the government time to fix the rules applied to the ship demolition activity. It has just extended the provisional authorization to 7 July, allowing shipyards to fill up before the monsoon months. Today, announcements along the lines of “A ship demolition policy will soon be in place” are heard again and again, but they are not followed by action.

Pakistan
In four months, 15 out-of-service ships belonging to European ship-owners have been run aground in Pakistan

The arrival of the Greek Jack D (see p 44 ) on Gadani beach, Pakistan April 15th 2011 © Alex Matevko

France
New horizons for demolition
Written by Mme Claude Wohrer (a civil engineer at the DGA), the new report from the General Secretariat for the Sea extending the parliamentary mission carried out last year opens new doors for old ships retiring from the high seas. Without saying it explicitly, the report closes the Bordeaux project, which had been the favourite up to then. The port is not interested. The dry dock must remain available for other types of work. Investment to make the dock compliant has not been undertaken. Access for ships being towed is awkward. The area is a flood zone and the PPRI (flood risk prevention plan) means that a dangerous waste storage area cannot be built around the dock. The document recommends a simplified examination of the demolition yard authorization applications and focuses on military ships, support vessels – tugboats, dredgers, barges, pontoons, ferries, research
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vessels, lightships and lighthouse tenders – and sub-standard ships held, impounded or abandoned in French ports. A marginal flow of ships belonging to “willing, responsible ship-owners” is mentioned. The capacity to attract foreign ships destined for demolition in France is not considered. The report also recommends taking into account the offer from the Turkish shipyards, whose development is qualified as favourable by a number of experts. Two Royal Navy frigates have been demolished at Aliaga and the aircraft carrier Invincible is likely to suffer the same fate during the year, thereby escaping the curse of the Clemenceau. Afloat demolition, “internationally recognized, particularly in China and Belgium” is not excluded. From the NGOs’ point of view, this is a method inherited from the past, nothing more than a lightweight version of the beaching that occurs in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Afloat demolition, “internationally recognized, particularly in China and Belgium” is not excluded. From the NGOs’ point of view, this is a method inherited from the past, nothing more than a lightweight version of the beaching that occurs in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Among the new options, the North Sea and Channel ports of Dunkirk and Cherbourg and La Rochelle are mentioned. - Dunkirk with a dock in its Western port, where several ships could be dismantled at the same time. - Cherbourg, which has a quay where preliminary decontamination can take place and a lift for ships under 110 m long and 4,500 t. The report would like to see a synergy with submarine demolition considered. - La Rochelle has two dry docks partially available with a polluted water treatment pond. The demolition of Anna (Cf. Ship-breaking.com # 22, “France” chapter on p 4) is planned for yard 2. There are very few proposals on the Mediterranean coast, where marinas, yachts and tourism prevail. The 10 repair yards in the port of Marseille are not considered adaptable for demolition. The only solution would be Fos-sur-Mer, as long as a floating dock was available. As a reminder, the inter-ministry mission report on the demolition of end-of-life civil and military ships, published in 2007, stated that floating docks did not have the capacity to cope with ship demolition; France’s finest example in the field of port equipment was sold at auction and left Le Havre in 2008 for the Bahamas.

An unauthorized yard in the Mediterranean

This unmarked and polluted site is operated in breach of the regulations.

In the Mediterranean – at Port-Saint-Louis-du-Rhône (13), at the mouth of the Great Rhone – the new marina with capacities ashore and afloat Port-Napoléon that advertises itself as “the practical illustration of the marina for the future” has also in reality started up a demolition business which uses outdated
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techniques. Leisure boats and support vessels are broken up on plain soil, with no prior removal of hazardous substances, no pollution prevention measures and probably no authorization. For example, the Pytheas, a fire-boat ordered in 1949 by the French Ministry for Overseas from the “Chantiers FrancoBelges” in Villeneuve-la-Garenne, intended for the Indochina High Commission and finally commissioned by the naval fire brigade battalion in Marseille, suffered a cruel death there. The veteran, which was involved in fighting the fire on the ferry Saint-Clair in August 1990, was withdrawn from service in 2001 and was probably taking up space in the port. Hydrocarbons soak into the ground or are stored in unsound conditions. The conditions for eliminating hazardous waste and the inevitable asbestos materials are not known. Materials that cannot be recycled are burned on the spot.

Fighting the fire on the ferry Saint- Clair, August 4th 1990 © Yvon Perchoc

Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) tankers reaching retirement The Tellier, a veteran LNG tanker built in La Ciotat in 1974, currently does round trips between Fos and Algeria for its owner Gazocean, a 100% subsidiary of Gaz de France. It is scheduled to leave the fleet this summer. There is doubt about her future and the arrangements for her demolition. In 2007, Gaz de France had stopped operating another LNG tankers, the Descartes. GDF had told “Robin des Bois” that it intended to have her “demolished in total compliance with the regulations in force, especially those concerning asbestos”, and then claim that she had been sold to the Taiwanese TMT, for whom she would carry on operating. In fact, as “Robin des Bois” had thought, the ship was sent to Bangladesh for demolition a few months later, renamed Prince Charming and then Charm Junior. Today, the Government should not wait for GDF–Suez to “volunteer to become one of the responsible ship-owners”: it must demand that the ship, which belongs to a French owner and flies the French flag, should be demolished under the same conditions as those imposed on military ships and that a tender should be called as soon as the Tellier leaves the fleet. The ex-Edouard LD, another vintage LNG tanker built in Dunkirk in 1977, was sold by Louis Dreyfus Armateurs to the Greek Dynagas in 2008. She sails under the name of Transgas; she was in Rotterdam (Netherlands) on 1st May 2011, despite the fact that her status on the European database Equasis is not “in service” but “laid”. According to her classification society Bureau Veritas, regulatory inspections are all overdued. It is incredible that such a dangerous substance should be carried on a ship that is inspected so little.

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United States
In the United States, the West Coast now has a ship demolition yard in Vallejo, California. Not a moment too soon as, in October 2009 when the cleaning plan was announced for the Suisun Bay National Defense Reserve Fleet, 57 laid up ships were threatening the marine environment and water quality in the bay. Up to now, to avoid exporting invasive species, the hulls of ships awaiting demolition have had to be cleaned of marine organisms in California prior to being towed via the Panama Canal to the nearest approved demolition yards in Texas. Today, Allied Defense Recycling has just re-opened two of the dry docks at the former Mare Island naval base north of San Francisco. Set up in 1854 and closed in 1996, this historic yard employed up to 6,000 people and repaired, maintained and built a large number of US Navy warships. In 1917, it even set a speed record by building the destroyer USS Ward in 17 days, from keel-laying to launching. In 2009, Allied Defense Recycling obtained an authorization to open a ship repair and demolition yard and, in early 2011, was awarded the fifty-year-old President and Solon Turman, its first ships from the Suisun Bay reserve fleet. Other contracts should follow. Unlike what happens in other yards in the United States, where demolition takes place at least partially afloat, all operations at Mare Island will take place in dry dock under optimum pollution confinement conditions. In April, leaks were discovered on the SS Lincoln, another ship from the Suisun Bay fleet, which was due to leave for Texas. Unfit to travel, the SS Lincoln was towed to Mare Island for demolition and swapped for the President on which work had not yet begun.

One of the dry docks at the former Mare Island naval base © San Francisco Bay Crossings

The wrecks in Mauritania (cont.)
In its letter of March 2011, the European Union delegation in Mauritania told “Robin des Bois” that there were over 100 wrecks in Nouadhibou Bay. With the budget available, the European Union, which finances and supervises operations, is looking to remove and deal with as many wrecks as possible. It is confirmed that they will not be sunk ; however, one worrying aspect still remains: the fate set aside by the port of Nouadhibou for the dangerous waste removed from the wrecks. “Robin des Bois” continues to demand that they should be eliminated in Europe. A scientific team has expressed the theory that the abnormal presence of PCBs in the atmosphere off the coast of Senegal comes from the boat graveyard at Nouadhibou.

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ahead of tankers – oil. China (420.e. Vessel controlled by a Classification society. Vessel under European or EFTA state flag.000 t). In volume terms. 340 m long. Of the 362 ships. the United States (99. including 7 belonging to the US MARAD reserve fleets. all the tankers together represent over 735. California and Texas. 117 were between 150 and 199 m and 90 were over 200 m. The detention rate was 26 % for oil tankers. The average age was 31 years: 28 for double-hull tankers.6/56 . Bangladesh’s return to the demolition market has prompted the Indian and Pakistani yards to offer higher purchase prices for ships to be demolished. and both these countries have seen their slice of the cake halved.Global assessment India dominates the market: Bangladesh fights back 362 ships set off for demolition between 1st January and 6th May 2011. 138 (38 %) were sailing under a European flag or belonged to ship-owners established within the European Union or in the European Free Trade Association (EFTA). Prices have remained stable in Turkey and China. and 57% for container ships.220 $ per tonne. or whose owner is European or from an EFTA state. 30 for single-hull tankers and bulk carriers. Pakistan (319. Vessel built in a shipyard of a member state of the European Union or the European Free Trade Association (EFTA). and 56 years for the former British lightship tender Amazing Grace. La Ciotat and Le Havre. Vessel and crew detained in a port for deficiencies.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois .000 tonnes. which does not belong to the International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) or not controlled. have been demolished in American yards in Louisiana. with 167 ships (47%) has maintained its place as the leader for demolition in terms of both tonnage and recycling units. In terms of the volume of scrap metal to be recycled. Overall demolition will recycle over 2.000 t). 66% for reefers and general cargo carriers. 31 for container ships. India (1. Years and metres The end-of-life age for ships removed from fleets between January 1st and May 6th 2011 ranged from 9 years for the German general cargo carrier S Gabriel involved in an accident off the Azores. Bangladesh has made a triumphant return to second place. 11 ships. The biggest ship to be sent for demolition this quarter was the Ore / Bulk / Oil carrier (OBO) Alster N. including 5 in France.1 million tonnes) comes ahead of Bangladesh (610. ahead of China. Sub-standard ships are always a priority for departure: at least 193 (53%) had been previously detained in ports worldwide. The record was achieved in India by the chemical tanker Casper and its 940 tonnes of stainless steel negotiated at 1. or 27% of the recycled metal. 155 ships were under 150 m long. India. or had no classification. with a detention rate of 73 % for bulk carriers. i. Detention and demolition 116 (32%) of the ships sent for demolition were inspected by a classification society that is not a member of the IACS (International Association of Classification Societies). but 40 % for chemicals carriers.000 t). 160 (44%) were built in these same countries.000 t) and Turkey (71.7 million tonnes of metal. With 100 units (28%) bulk carriers are the leading category of ships being sent for demolition. converted into a passenger ship.000 t). 20 ships a week. 37 for fishing vessels and factory ships and 38 years for passenger ships. Pakistan comes 3rd with 44 ships (12%). in Dunkirk. 36 (10%) and Turkey 26 (7%). With 49 ships (14%). Ship-breaking. chemical and gas carriers – which have fallen back and general cargo carriers with 81 units each (22%). beyond the 500 $ per tonne mark. 33 for miscellaneous goods carriers.

Laid up in the port of Piraeus (Greece) since 2007. 255 $ per ton. Built in 1965 in Hamburg (Germany) by Howaldtswerke. IMO 6510887. Pharos. Length 109 m. the eighth Pharos. 360 $ per ton. Built in 1956 in Split (Croatia) by Brodosplit. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. named after the ancient lighthouse of Alexandria. St Vincent and Grenadines. May 1978 © Little Walter / Shipspotting Ferry Filipina Princess (ex-Ferry Akashia). IMO 5276874. Sold for demolition in Denmark. she hosted the Queen and members of the royal family on a number of occasions. ex-Pharos). Ship-breaking.733 t.000 t. Unknown classification society. Sold for demolition in Turkey. she was acquired by Windjammer Barefoot Cruises from Miami (United States). Owned by Philippine Span Asia Carrier (Philippines). IMO 5176713. IMO 7313858.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Passenger ship. Sold as is in the Philippines for demolition in India. and converted into a passenger ship. off Oban (Scotland) © Granton History Amazing Grace.7/56 .Passenger ship Amazing Grace (ex-Orient Express. Mercator II. © Benoit Donne Hermes (ex-Messager. ex-Lucaya). 1. Owned by Short Island Cruises Maritime (Greece). during her thirty years of duty. She carried passengers and replenishes the supplies for the sailing cruise ships of the company. 11. Built in 1973 in Kure (Japan) by Kanda Zosen. seen in 2003 at Bequia. Passenger ship. ex-Wappen von Hamburg on the Elbe River. Built in 1955 in Dundee (United Kingdom) by Caledon SB & E Co. Length 90 m. was not only a working ship but was also built up with facilities and fixtures designed to serve as a back-up for the British Royal yacht Britannia . Passenger ship. Length 180 m. Filipino flag. In 1988. ex-Jugoslavija). No classification society according to her last port State control. Owned by Mercator Shipping Corp (Germany). Mercator II (ex-Wappen von Hamburg. Length 78 m. Panamanian flag. ready to supply the Yankee Clipper sailing vessel. Classification society Bureau Veritas. Ferry. Trinidad & Tobago flag. Greek flag. 1955. Sold for demolition in Turkey. Detained in 2002 in Valparaiso (Chile). Former lighthouse tender of the Northern Lighthouse Board.

ex-Ferry Kampu). Larisa (ex-Polaris.100 t. Owned by Georim Shipping Co Ltd (South Korea). ex-Kirk Marina. Length 118 m. Ferry. the Polaris was deflagged from Cyprus to Saint Kitts and Nevis and renamed Larisa before she was beached for demolition in India. Panamanian flag. Sold for demolition in China. jumboized in 1985. Built in 1975 in Elseneur (Denmark) by Helsingor Vaerft . Owned by Marco Shipping (United Arab Emirates).844 t. Length 140 m. ex-Pegasus). 330 $ per ton. Sold for demolition in India. Ferry. Length 142 m.795 t. ex-Stena Sailer). Our Lady of the Rule © v@nzent / Shipspotting Primrose (ex-Princesse Marie Christine). Ferry. Classification society Hellenic Register of Shipping. ex-Skane Link. ex-Ferry Kampu n°1. 9. Length 105 m. exDammam Express. Owned by Aboitiz Transport (Philippines). Unknown classification society. Built in 1973 in Setoda (Japan) by Setoda Zosensho KK. Ferry. the Onyx. IMO 7357567. ex-Ionian Galaxy. 9. ex-Drosselfels.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . 7. Morning Shine (ex-Oriental Pearl III. IMO 7358731. IMO 7302081. 465 $ per ton.630 t. exKirk Trader. ex-Island Trader.432 t. Owned by BN Di Navigazione Srl (Italy). Unknown classification society. Ferry.Jabal Ali 5 (ex-Merdif 4.322 t. Owned by Naif Marine Services (United Arab Emirates). ex-Blue Galaxy. ex-Aptera. the locator of old European ferries to be demolished in Pakistan or India lacks neither humor nor nerves when renaming the disfigured ex Princesse Marie Christine “Elegant 1” for her last journey to the Indian beaches. Saint Kitts and Nevis flag. Detained in 2001 in Brindisi (Italy). In March 2011. Ship-breaking. Sierra Leone flag. IMO 7220269. Sold for demolition in India. (See the entire Onyx series “Hunting down the Onyx” on Robin des Bois’ website). Classification society Bureau Veritas. ex-Chania.8/56 . 475 $ per ton. Length 167 m. Built in 1972 in Mihara (Japan) by Koyo DY Co. Built in 1973 in Shimonoseki (Japan) by Hayashikane. Classification society RINA. Prayati Shipping. Our Lady of the Rule (ex-Dong Yang Express Ferry n°1. In March 2011. Built in 1973 in Capelle (The Netherlands) by Vuijk. Unknown classification society. 3. 5. ex-Farha. IMO 7213072. Built in 1970 in Akitsu (Japan) by Taihei Kogyo KK. IMO 7304340. Ferry. ex-Stena Seatrader. ex-Seaboard Mariner.385 t. Merdif 2 (ex-Cesme 2. Length 160 m. Ferry. ex-Arkas). Owned by Anek Lines SA (Greece). Sold for demolition in India. Deflagged from Cyprus to Saint Kitts and Nevis for her last journey. Filipino flag. IMO 7028154. Lissos (ex-Ferry Hamanasu). Classification society Hellenic Register of Shipping. Sold for demolition in India. ex-Osaka. See the story of the Primrose in the chapter The END page 55. Jordanian flag. the Primrose is acquired by the Indian company Prayati Shipping which has already sent anonymously to the breaking yards another European ferry. Greek flag. ex-Dana Futura. 13. 9. Detained in 2006 in Beihai (China). Built in 1975 in Hoboken (Belgium) by Cockerill Yards . Length 176 m. jumboizeden 1985.

© Ingvar / Shipspotting Ship-breaking. Sold for demolition by Jiangmen Yinhu Ship Breaking Co in Xinhui (China). IMO 5280643. Length 126 m. Sold for demolition in Latvia. July 2010. Unknown classification society. Sold for demolition by Jiangmen Yinhu Ship Breaking Co in Xinhui (China). Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. IMO 8116324. Length 110 m.9/56 .301 t. Princess of the Universe (ex-New Yamato). Ferry. Ferry.Princess of the Caribbean (ex-Ogasawara Maru). Sold as for an unknown destination of demolition. Owned by Sulpicio Lines (Philippines). December 2010 © Shipspotting Trollis (ex-Svithun. IMO 7815363. Classification society Bureau Veritas. Factory-ship Metelitsa (ex-Sorve. Length 173 m. Unknown classification society. Built in 1983 in Kawajiri (Japan) by Kanda Zosen. Trollis in the port of Ventspils (Latvia). IMO 7370454. 9. Built in 1983 in Gdansk (Poland) by Gdanska Lenina Shipyards. Russian flag. 360 $ per ton. Owned by Panross (Russia). IMO 8217063. Sold as is in the Philippines for demolition in India. Russia.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Princess of the Ocean (ex-Emerald Okinawa). Owned by Sulpicio Lines (Philippines). Built in 1960 in Solvesborg (Sweden) by Solvesborgs Varvs & Rederi. Built in 1979 in Shimonoseki (Japan) by Mitsubishi. Owned by Sulpicio Lines (Philippines). Filipino flag. Factory-ship. ex-Polar Reefer). Ferry. The Metelitsa in Kaliningrad. Pavillon . ex-Svetlana. Length 61 m. Kapitan Ardeyev). Filipino flag. Unknown classification society. Reefer converted into a factory-ship in 1971. Length 93 m. Latvian flag. Built in 1975 in Kure (Japan) by Kanda Zosen.

ex-Zhou Shan16). Length 38 m. Cambodian flag. March 2010 © Aage Ship-breaking. May 2010 © Angel Luis Godar Moreira Otto Wathne (ex-Gullberg). as is for an unkown destination of demolition. Fishing ship Ballstad. ex-St Pedro n°2. Length 50 m. IMO 5300716. Sold as is in Vigo (Spain) for an unkown destination of demolition. Length 53 m. Fishing ship. lengthened in 1994 from 46 to 50 m. Tuna fishing boat licensed by ICCAT (International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tuna) until December. Built in 1980 in Ningbo (China) by Ningbo Fishing Vessel Shipyard. Sold for demolition in Denmark. Unknown classification society. Fishing ship. Vigra Island (Norway). ex-Keifuku Maru n°23. Length 65 m. Factory-ship. Norwegian owner. IMO 8803599. IMO 7004574. Sold The Masai. IMO 7410216. Sold for demolition in China. ex-Satem Tuna. IMO 7607261. Ivone II (ex-Cam Zebra. Built in 1969 in Kristiansund (Norway) by Storvik Mek Verksted . Ghanaian flag. Sold as is in Spain for an unkown destination of demolition. Detained in 2008 in Tongyoung (South Korea). Sold for demolition in Denmark. Togolese flag. Unknown classification society. 31st 2009. The Otto Wathne in Roald. Masai (ex-Jara. Length 34 m.Yong Chang (ex-Xing Shan 16. Length 46 m. Unknown classification society. Fishing ship. Norwegian flag. Spanish flag. Built in 1960 in Selby (United Kingdom) by Cochrane & Sons. ex-Nadayoshi Maru n°20). Fishing ship. Norwegian flag. Built in 1974 in Shimizu (Japan) by Miho. Classification society China Classification Society. Owned by Nordland Havfiske A/S (Norway). Built in 1988 in Pasajes (Spain) by Luzuriaga Astilleros. IMO 8843264. Owned by Yong Feng Ocean Shipping (China). Unknown classification society.10/56 . Maicoa. Unknown classification society. ex-Ross Zebra).com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Built in 1977 in Foldfjorden (Norway) by Kleivset. 435 $ per ton. Fishing ship.

Argo (ex-Prima Reefer. Length 152 m. ex-Blue Frost. ex-Nayadic). Owned by Abdul Jalil Bachari (United Arab Emirates). Saint Vincent and the Grenadines flag. Reefer. Reefer. ex-Crown Cooler. Owned by Limarko Shipping Co AB (Lithuania). Ship-breaking. General cargo carrier converted into a reefer in 1981. ex-Princesa. 490 $ per ton. ex-Shunyo Maru). Detained in 2006 in Kandla (India) and Bandar Khomeini (Iran). exIsberg. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Liberian flag. Sold for demolition in India. Frost 2 (ex-Primorskiy Bereg). 4. Length 109 m. Length 112 m.009 t. Detained in 2002 in Coronel (Chile) and in 2003 in Las Palmas (Spain). Ashraf B (ex-Lady Haya. ex-Akragas. ex-Arabian Reefer. Built in 1972 in Hoylandsbygd (Norway) by Eides Sonne. Length 120 m. IMO 8702824.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . IMO 7818066. Sold for demolition in India. Unknown classification society. 1. 4. Built in 1985 in Shimoda (Japan) by Shimoda Dockyards. Owned by Aquaship Ltd (Latvia). Built in 1991 in Shangai (China) by Shanghai Shipyard.464 t. Reefer. Built in 1986 in Waterhuizen (The Netherlands) by Van Diepen. IMO 8723385. Sold for demolition in India. ex-Christos I. Length 111 m. 2. Built in 1987 in Nikolaiev North (Ukraine) by 61 Kommunara. ex-Darro).Reefer Al Yamama (ex-Sara. 2. Classification society Korea Classification Society. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. ex-Badr. Lithuanian flag. ex-Avior. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. IMO 8500575. 545 $ per ton including 60 t of copper. ex-Khalij Cooler).244 t. IMO 7312397. IMO 7932654. Built in 1973 in Santander (Spain) by Atlantico. Reefer. Sold for demolition in India.302 t. Detained in 2003 in Ijmuiden (The Netherlands) and in 2007 in Zeebrugge (Belgium). Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Length 140 m. in 2007 again in Kandla and in 2008 in Bandar Abbas (Iran). Sierra Leone flag. Sold for demolition in India.11/56 . Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. 425 t. Length 55 m. Panamanian flag. Owned by Labbadi Shipmanagement Llc (Egypt). Classification society Germanischer Lloyd. 470 $ per ton. Curacao flag. ex-Blue Ice). ex-Liosafoss. Owned by Alliance Marine (Lithuania). Cooler Bay (ex-Anakan. IMO 7129570. Owned by Yugreftransflot (Ukraine). 5. Detained in 2002 in Marin (Spain) and in 2003 in Antwerp (Belgium). 477 $ per ton. Cape Passero (ex-Missouri. ex-Ljosafoss. Reefer.641 t. 7.385 t. Sold for demolition in India. Built in 1979 in Kochi (Japan) by Kochi Jyuko. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. Owned by Sea Trade Groningen BV (The Netherlands). Reefer. Sold for demolition in India. Bukhta Omega.929 t. ex-Utstraum). Reefer. in Las Palmas (Canary Islands) January 2010 © Angel Luis Godar Moreira Fiona (ex-Cape Blanc. Cooler Bay. Maltese flag. ex-Gulf River. Length 126 m. IMO 8506737. North Korean flag. Built in 1979 in Wismar (Germany) by VEB Mathias‐Thesen.

Reefer. February 2011 © Brozina Robert Green Neptunic (ex-Neptunic). Cyprus flag. IMO 8614039. IMO 9063902. Length 126 m. Classification society Polski Regestr Statkow. Built in 1988 in Nikolaiev North (Ukraine) by 61 Kommunara. Length 135 m. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Reefer. Detained in 2002 in Incheon (South Korea) and in 2004 in Kobe (Japan). Length 120 m. Built in 1988 in Waterhuizen (The Netherlands) by Van Diepen. Length 156 m. ex-Minnesota.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Sold for demolition in India. Sold for demolition in India. Owned by Green Management Sp (Poland). Sold for demolition in India. Sold for demolition in India.045 t.011 t. 4. ex-Blue Sky). Ship-breaking. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. IMO 8805614. Built in 1989 in Waterhuizen (The Netherlands) by Van Diepen. in 2002 in Antwerp (Belgium). Green Majestic (ex-Majestic). Reefer. Length 109 m. The Green Majestic. Sold for demolition in India. 480 $ per ton.K. Jan Dlugosz. Green Iceland (ex-Caribic).420 t. IMO 8313831. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Built in 1990 in Shangai (China) by Shangai Shipyard. Reefer. Built in 1993 in Waterhuizen (The Netherlands) by Van Diepen. 3. IMO 8702812.12/56 . Detained in 2002 in Tokyo (Japan). 465 $ per ton. IMO 8628157. Detained in 2008 in Brest (France). Owned by Yugref Transflot (Ukraine). Built in 1984 in Gdansk (Poland) by Gdanska Lenina Shipyards.Green Chapeco (ex-Cape Gris Nez. 2. Sold for demolition in India. in Koper (Slovenia).634 t. 8. Ivan Pribylskiy. Detained in 1997 in Rotterdam (The Netherlands). 4. Maltese flag. Owned by Norbulk Shipping Uk Ltd (United Kingdom). Bahamian flag. Length 113 m. Classification society Bureau Veritas. 465 $ per ton. 505 $ per ton. Green Management Sp (Poland).302 t. in 2007 in Liverpool (United Kingdom) and Caen (France) and in 2010 in Kandla (India). Panamanian flag. ex-Blue reefer. Bahamian flag. Bahamian flag. (United Kingdom). Owned by POLBROK Agency & International Forwarding Ltd (Poland). 2. Owned by Norbulk Shipping U. Reefer. Ltd. Reefer.722 t.

Sold for demolition in Turkey. Detained in 2008 in Vigo (Spain). Panamanian flag. Owned by Ship Service Agency JSC (Lithuania). Detained in 2000 et 2001 in Villagarcia de Arosa (Spain). ex-Nedloyd Curacao. Reefer.153 t. Suruga Bay (ex-Suruga. IMO 7813420. Detained in 2005 in Koper (Slovenia). ex-NZOL Crusader. about a hundred ships of this class have been built between 1972 and 1996. ex-Dorte Skou). ex-Roman Blizard. Built in 1979 in Capelle (The Netherlands) by Ysselwerf. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. Owned by Gerion (Russia). Owned by Transfishing Tuna (Spain). ex-Polar V). Russian flag. Classification society Turk Loydu. IMO 8031067. Owned by Dubai Coastshipping Llc (United Arab Emirates). Length 97 m. IMO 7809388. Length 120 m. Panamanian flag.473 t. Built in 1978 in Wismar (Germany) by Mathias‐Thesen. 275 $ per ton. 5.530 t. 472 $ per ton. IMO 8324282. Length 115 m. Belize flag. ex-Blue Turtle. Built in 1989 in Khabarovsk (Russia) by Khabarovskiy Kirova . Length 152 m.Kildin. 7. Length 55 m. Reefer used as fish carrier. 465 $ per ton.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Unknown classification society. ex-TA Mariner. Owned by Romalex (Egypt). Built in 1980 in Rostock (Germany) by Neptun Schiffswerft. 470 $ per ton. ex-Jytte Skou. ex-Rio Aroa. Built in 1968 in Elseneur (Denmark) by Helsingor Shipyard .444 t. IMO 6819324. Sold for demolition in India. Ship-breaking. Sold for demolition in India. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. ex-Holsatia. The Kildin waiting her turn for demolition in Murmansk (Russia) August 2010 © Pieter Inpyn Marina (ex-Lady Nora. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. Rosa (ex-Oyashio Rex). Sold for demolition in India. Classification society International Register of Shipping. Marsopa (ex-Ice Express). 445 $ per ton. Sold for demolition in Murmansk (Russia). Length 125 m. 3. Owned by Kantoh Kaiun Co Ltd (Japan). Sold for demolition in Turkey. 1. Built in 1984 in Akitsu (Japan) by Taihei Kogyo KK. ex-Trenntsee).jumboized in 1982 and lengthened from 156 to 165 m. ex-Imme Oldendorf. Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai. Antwerp (Belgium) and Setubal (Portugal) and in 2009 in Bandar Abbas (Iran). Detained in 2005 in Alicante (Spain). Built in 1983 in Fukuoka (Japan) by Fukuoka SB. ex-Suruga Maru). Reefer. 3. Cambodian flag. Rose II (ex-Imme. Reefer. Detained in 2004 in Kandla (India) and in 2007 and 2008 in Novorossiysk (Russia). Reefer used as fish carrier.13/56 . ex-St Martin. IMO 8729212. Reefer. Reefer.586 t. Length 165 m. IMO 8213550. Panamanian flag. Sold for demolition in India. Santiago (ex-Ozark. ex-Sinbad Voyager. Panamanian flag. ex-Leomar. ex-Tasman Crusader. en 2007 in Nakhodka (Russia) and in 2009 in New Bedford (United States).

Attalya (ex-Black Point.000 m3. in 2007 in San Francisco (United States) and in 2009 in Amsterdam (The Netherlands). Sold for demolition in Pakistan. their cargoes. Extract from the video « Challis bye bye » ©Scott Frankham Ship-breaking. Liberian flag. Single hull ship built in 1972 in Uwajima (Japan) by Miyoshi. The South African Maritime Safety Authorities regret the lack of information on the state of the ships to be demolished. Length 192 m. 1. bunkers and the eventual pollutant material on board and note that they are regularly reported in trouble off South Africa and must be rescued. The ships serves as a floating production storage and off loading unit(FPSO) in the Challis / Cassini oil fiel in the Timor Sea. Built in 1989 in Chita (Japan) by Ishikawajima-Harima. IMO 7229253. Length 238 m. Tanker. 2011 the Attalya is finally beached for demolition in Pakistan. Saudi Arabia flag. Double hull ship built in 1986 in Gdansk (Poland) by Gdanska Lenina Shipyards. She is connected on Facebook and can produce 60. northwest Australia. Length 92 m. Owned by Project Shipping Inc (Greece). This accident pushed « the old girl» towards the graveyard.Tanker Apsco II (ex-Ryushin Maru). The Attalya was laid up for one year after an explosion and a fire off the coast of Benin. Challis Venture © Drew Urquhart / Facebook http://www.432 t. Tanker. IMO 8801486. in 2010 © Nils Giesselmann © Trade Winds Challis Venture.000 barrels of oil per day (9.194 t.com/pages/FPSO-ChallisVenture/149822975049600?sk=info In February 2011.facebook.14/56 . The aerial and nautical means were mobilized to recover the runaway. Australian flag. the ship broke free off Port-Elizabeth (South Africa) in October 2010. Leaving by tow from Namibia for her final voyage. ex-Loyalty. ex-Liepaya. Detained in 2002 in St Croix (United States). Classification society Det Norske Veritas. March 12th. Attalya in Walvis Bay off Namibia. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. Owned by Arabian Petroleum Supply Co SA (Saudi Arabia). Tanker. IMO 7907790.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . ex-Miletos 1).318 t. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh where she arrived in tow of the Pacific Hickory. Unknown classification society. 17.540 m3) with a storage capacity of 139. 11. a pipe between a wellhead and the Challis Venture exploded.

ex-Lili 1. Single hull ship built in 1977 in Setoda (Japan) by Naikai. ex-Metco). Double hull ship built in 1990 in Mihara (Japan) by Koyo DY Co. IMO 7709681.Y. Tanker. Unknown classification society. ex-Mohamed Ba. Saint Kitts and Nevis flag. Tanker. 17. IMO 7313640. Frosini (ex-Demetrios TH. the Genmar Constantine arrived early March in Chittagong and has been staying « under repair » for one month actually waiting the clearance of the Bangladeshi Authorities. Length 61 m. Length 246 m. IMO 6413912. ex-Silk.333 t. Owned by Al Marwah International (Saudi Arabia). IMO 8624008.369 t. Built in 1973 in Hashihama (Japan) by Hashihama Zosen. 520 $ per ton. ex-Leda.984 t. Saudi Arabia flag. IMO 8901614. ex-Nejmat El Petrol XXII. Length 87 m. Tanker. Owned by National Bunkering Co Ltd (Saudi Arabia). Tanker. ex-Sprinter. Fly Eagle (ex-Swift Lake. Sold for demolition in China. in April she was finally beached for demolition. Classification society Bureau Veritas. Built in 1964 in Frederikstad (Norway) by Seutelvens. Panamanian flag. Double hull ship built in 1992 in Dalian (China) by Dalian New SB HI Co. Panamanian flag.Emerald (ex-Silk.Sold for demolition in Turkey. IMO 9041203. Faisal (ex-Tamara. Sold for demolition in India. Emerald. ex-Wilomi Sira). ex-Abeer. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Length 241 m. 1. Tanker. 1. Double hull ship built in 1985 in Kerson (Ukraine) by Khersonskiy SZ. Genmar Constantine (ex-Artois. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Length 240 m. Unknown classification society. ex-Kriti. Owned by General Maritime Management Llc (United States). Tanker. ex-Vladimir Kokkinaki).500 t of bunkers. Liberian flag. Farha (ex-Taximi. Sold for demolition in India. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. Double hull ship built in 1992 in Onishi (Japan) by Skin Kurushima. 512 $ per ton. Owned by Nearchos Maritime (Greece).). ex-Taikoh Maru). Tanker.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Classification society Det Norske Veritas. ex-Meroil B. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. 15.540 t. Genmar Constantine leaving Houston (United States).15/56 . January 2010 © Knut Helge Schistad Ship-breaking. ex-Fujiwa Maru). 520 $ per ton including 1. Owned by Emirates Shipping Co Ltd (United Arab Emirates). Unkown flag. 515 $ per ton. 456 $ per ton. Owned by Pan Cosmos Shipping (China). IMO 9002154. 15. ex-Booms. ex-Nene 1. Length 105 m. Saudi Arabia flag.127 t. December 2010 © Brian Crocker [ Emirates Star (ex-Yaseen. ex-Seahope D. Unknown classification society. ex-Eminentia.072 t. ex-CSK Valiant). 9. in Dubai. Officially sold for demolition in India. Length 179 m.

Owned by Euro Tankers (Greece). Double hull ship built in 1987 in Ulsan (South Korea) by Hyundai. IMO 7800796. Sold as is in Surabaya (Indonesia). 9. Gulf Tiger (ex-Milagro. ex-Gulf Spray). November 2008 © Joel Kifer Petrol (ex-Petrolimex. Sold for demolition in India. Madura Jaya (ex-Paris II. Liberian flag.160 t. Detained in 2005 in Quanzhou (China). Sold for demolition in the United States. Tanker. Tanker. Sold for demolition in the United States. Washington (United States). Double hull ship built in 1960 in Sparrows Point (United States) by Bethlehem Steel . The Overseas Puget Sound in Padilla Bay. Tanker. 11. Length 232 m. Owned by ITM Holding Ltd (United Arab Emirates). IMO 8613970. Owned by Pan Cosmos Shipping (China).465 t. On April 4th. Sold as is in Fujairah (United Arab Emirates) for demolition in Pakistan. Tanker. Owned by American Heavy Lift Shipping (United States). Sold for demolition in Pakistan. IMO 5137913. Double hull ship built in 1988 in Okpo (South Korea) by Daewoo. Sold for demolition in China. Classification society American Bureau of Shipping. Classification society Lloyd’s Register of Shipping. Built in 1980 in Uddevalla (Sweden) by Uddevallavarvet. Singapore flag. Classification society Bureau Veritas. IMO 8313623. IMO 8607804. Classification society American Bureau of Shipping. IMO 8202020. Built in 1980 in San Diego (United States) by National Steel. Length 228 m.221 t. IMO 7391939. Length 220 m. Length 170 m.600 t. Length 178 m. Tanker. Detained in 2010 in Khark Island (Iran). IMO 8001206.105 t. New River (ex-Spray. Owned by OSG Shipmanagement (United States). ex-S/R Puget Sound. Length 210 m. Singapore flag. Unknown classification society. United States flag. Owned by Vietnam Petroleum Transport Company (Vietnam). Sold for demolition in Pakistan.including 300 t of bunkers. 14. Ship-breaking. Length 210 m. Gulf Nomad (ex-Nomad).Gui He (ex-Sea Magic. the Overseas Puget Sound turned into the simple Puget and was deflagged from United States to Tuvalu before heading for demolition in Alang (India). Classification society American Bureau of Shipping.365 t. Double hull ship built in 1983 in Marugame (Japan) by Imabari SB. Mobile. Tanker. Vietnam flag. Memphis (ex-Eagle Memphis. Milky Way (ex-Parrot Lake).488 t. Owned by China Shipping Group (China).16/56 . ex-Viking Hawk). single hull barge. 15. Length 207 m. Tanker. 422 $ per ton. United States flag. Bahamian flag. Pusher and tanker barge. Length 236 m. Liberian flag. ex-Potomac Trader). 465 $ per ton. Owned by US Shippingt Corp (United States). Sold for demolition in Turkey. ex-Eastern Alliance). IMO 8907620. 7. Double hull ship built in 1991 in Oppama (Japan) by Sumitomo. Sold as is in Mozambique. Built in 1983 in Mobile (United States) by Halter Marine . Tanker. Overseas Puget Sound (ex. 265 $ per ton. Tanker converted in 2003 into a Floating Production Storage and Offloading unit (FPSO). umboized in 1997 and lengthened from 196 to 207 m. Detained in 2002 in Hong Kong. Chinese flag. 10. ex-Scottish Eagle). Classification society China Classification Society. United States flag. 500 $ per ton. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Single hull ship built in 1985 in Pusan (South Korea) by Korea Shipbuilding & Engineering. 15. Owned by FAL Shipping Co Ltd (United Arab Emirates). Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . 492 $ per ton including 600 t of bunkers. Length 200 m. ex-Jag Prabhat). ex-Neptune Pisces). Single hull ship built in 1980 in Birkenhead (United Kingdom) by Cammell Laird & Co. and towed for demolition to Pakistan. 510 $ per ton. IMO 8008931. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping.Puget Sound.

Owned by NKD Maritime Bvi Ltd (United Kingdom). No classification society according to her last port State control. ex-Gulfknight). She is announced sold as is in Singapore for demolition in India but late April she was still sailing in the China Sea off Qinhuangdao. Tanker utilisé comme stockage flottant. Double hull ship built in 1972 in Skaramanga (Greece) by Hellenic Shipyards.052 t. Tanker. ex-Surf City. Deflagged from Panama to Comoros for her last journey. Owned by FAL Shipping Co Ltd (United Arab Emirates). Tanker. Classification society RINA. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. Unknown classification society. 14. Sold for demolition by Southern Recycling EMR in Amelia. Ticen Sun (ex-Front Highness. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. 495 $ per ton. Owned by US Shipping Corp (United States). Length 215 m.jumboized in 1997 and lengthened from 201 to 215 m. IMO 5137779.732 t. United Arab Emirates flag. In 2011. 6. ex-Knight. Tanker. first Ticen Sun and then Titan Ruchira. Length 121 m. Length 231 m. Panamanian flag. Sold for an unkown destination of demolition. Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai. Double hull ship built in 1995 in Galati (Romania) by Galati SN. Detained in 2004 in Ningbo (China) and in 2009 in Isthmia (Greece). ex-Sea Highness). Length 164 m. Single hull ship built in 1982 in Kinoe (Japan) by Kishimoto Zosen. Length 189 m. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. 502 $ per ton. Length 241 m. ex-VL Venus. Panamanian flag. United States flag. IMO 9037056.561 t. Sold for demolition in Turkey. 1. Owned by Kamchatka Tanker Fleet (Russia). Russian flag. Owned by Titan Ocean Pte Ltd (Singapore). Ship-breaking. IMO 8920921.349 t.409 t. Bunkering tanker built in 1977 in Rousse (Romania) by Ivan Dimitrov Shipyards. Ruangraiwin 1 (ex-Siam Sriwatana. SS Williams Clark (ex-Anasazi. Sold as is in Singapore for demolition in India. Sfakia (ex-Titan Venus. IMO 7924906. Plavunets. Thai flag. Tanker.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Length 85 m. Single hull ship built in 1991 in Ulsan (South Korea) by Hyundai. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. 10.17/56 . Panamanian flag. Owned by Keystone Shipping Co (United States). Louisiana (United States) Staten I (ex-Staten Island. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. Sea Venture (ex-Hellenic Carrier). 31. Detained in 2007 in Bandar Khomeini (Iran). IMO 8923686. Length 319 m. Owned by Navigator Tankers Management (Greece). ex-Dongola. ex-Queen Chie). Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai. Owned by London Chartering Ltd (United Kingdom). ex-Ticleni). Length 60 m. Detained in 2009 in Khark Island (Iran). ex-Cosmo Venus).Platres (ex-Laura d’Amato. Tanker used as floating storage off Malaysia. Tanker. Owned by Ignatius Development Ltd (Egypt). ex-Hokuyu Maru). Single hull ship built in 1991 in Imari (Japan) by Namura. 515 $ per ton. the navire was renamed twice. IMO 8130057. Double hull ship built in 1985 in Yawatahama (Japan) by Kurinoura Dockyard Co. ex-Umm Al Aish). ex-Sanko Concord. Reefer converted into a tanker in 1983. Built in 1986 in Kure (Japan) by Ishikawajima-Harima. ex-Rubin. Saint Ram (ex-Saint Mary. Owned by Lucky Marine Co Ltd (Thailand). 18.340 t. United States flag. IMO 8505135. Tanker. Classification society RINA. Double hull ship built in 1958 in Sparrows Point (United States) by Bethlehem Steel . ex-Tomis Wave. IMO 8907539. ex-Bernadet T. IMO 7203687. ex-Alandia Surf. Sold for an unkown destination of demolition. ex-Gorby Tenko.218 t. Classification society American Bureau of Shipping. 31. Tanker. Panamanian flag. IMO 8506593 . ex-Timur Queen. 495 $ per ton. Sea Giant (ex-LMZ Christiania. Double hull ship built in 1981 in Nagasaki (Japan) by Mitsubishi. ex-Takisk. ex-Siratus). Length 322 m. Detained in 2006 in Singapore.

IMO 8016809. Gas tanker with a storage capacity of 85. IMO 8024038. Liquified Petroleum Gas tanker (LPG) with a capacity of 6. but only reached 320 $ per ton. 503 $ per ton.887 t. Panamanian flag. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. ex-Petrogas II). 2010 ©Wartsila / Shipspotting Ship-breaking. 9. 24. 4. Liberian flag. Detained in 2009 in Bandar Abbas (Iran). Single hull ship built in 1983 in Tamise (Belgium) by Boelwerf. Length 215 m.18/56 . Owned by Altomare SA (Greece). 22. 15. Yuan (ex. Berge Frost (ex-Floreal). Single hull ship built in 1990 in Kaohsiung (Taiwan) by China SB Corp. Her sistership Cora Island (ex-Jean Alleaume) was also demolished in Alang in October 2009. Clipper Posh (ex-Nejma. Sold as is in Fujairah (United Arab Emirates) for demolition in India. Length 249 m. Tanker.000 m3. Tanker. Classification society American Bureau of Shipping.522 t. Sold for demolition in India. Classification society Germanischer Lloyd. IMO 8110552.Hsien Yuan II). Liberian flag. Sold for demolition in India. Sold for demolition in India. 10. Length 189 m.700 t. 520 $ per ton. Length 178 m.754 t. ex-Norgas Transporter. Detained in 2003 in Genoa (Italy) and in 2008 in Marsaxlokk (Malta). Tanker. 568 $ per ton. Castorgas (ex-Sigas Eildon. ex-Eildon. Norwegian flag (international register). Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Panamanian flag. Tanker.Topaz (ex-Histria Topaz. Owned by Benelux Overseas Inc (Greece). Gas tanker. IMO 7411545. Owned by Golden Crown Shipping Co LLC (United Arab Emirates). Length 224 m. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. Owned by Solvang ASA (Norway). Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Gas tanker Bene Niki (ex-BW Sisu. Double hull ship built in 1987 in Galati (Romania) by Galati SN. Acquired by the Norwegian company Bergesen in 1991. ex-Eupen.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Length 273 m. Sold for demolition in India. Classification society Germanischer Lloyd. Length 114 m. Tuvalu flag. Sold for demolition in Pakistan.000 m3. Norwegian flag (registre international) abandonné pour celui de Saint-Kitts-et-Nevis pour son dernier voyage. 540 $ per ton. Single hull ship built in 1983 in La Ciotat (France) by Normed for Elfocéan (France). 540 $ per ton. ex-Bucsani). ex-Berge Sisu). Clipper Posh in Gibraltar. Tulin (ex-Oriental Venture). Saint Kitts and Nevis flag. IMO 8617134. Double hull ship built in 1983 in Kherson (Ukraine) by Khersonskiy SZ. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping.292 t. IMO 9007520. ex-Dmitriy Medvedyev). Single hull ship built in 1982 in La Ciotat (France) by Chantiers de La Ciotat. Classification society Germanischer Lloyd. Wasel (ex-Bulduri.680 t. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Gas tanker. Length 330 m. IMO 8138516. IMO 8501189. ex-Etienne Sclumberger). Double bottom ship built in 1978 in Perno (Finland) by Wartsila Oy. 525 $ per ton including 500 t of stainless steel. Partly double bottom ship built in 1992 in Chiba (Japan) by Mitsui. Owned by Nautilus Marine SA (Greece).

Rio Gas. Sold for demolition in India. Detained in 1998 in Southampton (United Kingdom). The Akti N. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Pavillon Honduras. 1. Akti N (ex-Akti A. IMO 7501376. Length 67 m. ex-Norgas Traveller. Length 79 m. Sold for demolition in India. Unknown classification society. IMO 8014112. IMO 8511031.Meyer. No classification society according to her last port State control. IMO 8217910. Chemical tanker. 490 $ per ton. Stafford (ex-Maersk Stafford. Gas tanker. ex-Ohio. Classification society Germanischer Lloyd.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Gas tanker. 9. Built in 1967 in Lauenburg (Germany) by Hitzler.19/56 . Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Gas tanker. ex-Sofie Maersk. Length 136 m. 530 $ per ton. Single hull ship built in 1984 in Lindo (Denmark) by Odense Staalskibs. Owned by Seamanship Co Ltd (Thailand). Length 153 m. Chemical tanker Ababel (ex-Tiara. ex-Sine Maersk. and in 2008 and 2010 again in Haiphong. ex-Gaz Nordsee). Classification society Bureau Veritas.250 t.425 t. Owned by Naftomar Shipping & Trading Co Ltd (Greece). Single hull ship built in 1982 in Papenburg (Germany) by Jos.586 t. ex-Lucy Essberger). Detained in 2005 in Haiphong (Vietnam) et Zuhai (China). ex-Fair Alpha. Length 110 m. in 2007 again in Zuhai. Detained in 2007 in Shenzhen (China). Single hull ship built in 1980 in Kochi (Japan) by Kochi (Eiho). Suffolk (ex-Maersk Suffolk. Thai flag. Liberian flag. Owned by Hartmann Schiffahrts GMBH & Co (Germany). 3. ex-Olga Maersk). Owned by Project Shipping Inc (Greece). 8. 460 $ per ton. ex-Jasmine B). Double bottom ship built in 1986 in Kiel (Germany) by Lindenau. Single hull ship built in 1977 in Kobe (Japan) by Kawasaki. United Kingdom flag. Length 224 m. 4. New Seaborn (ex-Yellow Star. IMO 8217908. IMO 8014746. Virgen del Carmen III (ex-Galp Faro. ex-Montreal. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. 580 $ per ton. Panamanian flag. ex-Tiara. Sold for demolition in India. IMO 8027690. Single hull ship built in 1984 in Lindo (Denmark) by Odense Staalskibs. Liberian flag. Length 183 m. grounded in Flushing (The Netherlands). United Kingdom flag.L. Owned by Zodiac Maritime Agencies Ltd (United Kingdom). Sold for demolition in India. 8.215 t. Owned by Zodiac Maritime Agencies Ltd (United Kingdom). Length 153 m. Classification society American Bureau of Shipping. ex-Shoseki Maru n°2). 713 t. Sold for demolition in India. Double hull ship built in 1982 in Onomichi (Japan) by Onomichi Zosen. ex-Oluf Maersk).492 t. Gas tanker.464 t. Sold for demolition in India. IMO 6710334. Sold for demolition in India. June 2009 © Wim Kosten / maritimephoto Ship-breaking. ex-Zeta. Gas tanker. Gas tanker. Panamanian flag. Owned by Transgas Shipping Lines (Peru). Chemical tanker.Gaz Suez (ex-World Vigour). Sold for demolition in Pakistan.

Sold for demolition in Turkey. Owned by GMA Maritime SA (Greece). Length 112 m.477 t. Sold for demolition in India. 7. Length 174 m. Chemical tanker. ex-Team Merkur. 555 $ per ton including 500 t of stainless steel. Sold for demolition in India. Panamanian flag. ex-Dutch Sailor. Double hull ship built in 1979 in Oskarshamn (Sweden) by Oskarshamns Varv. Owned by Banoceans Inc (Egypt). ex-Northern Puma). Length 205 m. ex-Finnanger. ex-Selma). Double hull ship built in 1984 in Turku (Finland) by Wartsila Oy. Sold for demolition in India.Armst (ex-Armstrong I. ex-West Sailor. IMO 8203452. Chemical tanker. Chemical tanker. 7. Iranian flag. 9. Length 160 m. Chemical tanker. Length 170 m. 9. Length 160 m. Bow Puma (ex-Santa Maria. Double hull ship built in 1981 in Mizushima (Japan) by Sanoyasu. Double hull ship built in 1987 in Gijon (Spain) by Cantabrico y Riera. 10.500 t. ex-Kihu). Owned by Odfjell Management AS (Norway). Panamanian flag.932 t. Owned by Iran Shipping Lines (Iran). Unknown classification society.100 t. Classification society Bureau Veritas.119 t. ex-Alkig. ex-Filiz Sultan. IMO 7931143. ex-Frosta). 540 $ per ton. Caribbean Fidelity (ex-Taviland.580 t. Singapore flag. Ban 1 (ex-Dover. Unknown classification society. ex-Siteam Merkur. Length 91 m. in 2003 in Townsville and in 2005 in Geelong and in 2010 in Incheon (South Korea). Double hull ship built in 1986 in Pusan (South Korea) by Korea Shipbuilding Corp. Chemical tanker.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . 533 $ per ton.20/56 . 470 $ per ton. 1. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. IMO 7389792. Panamanian flag. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. Double hull ship built in 1985 in Turku (Finland) by Wartsila. Owned by Ignatius Development (Egypt). ex-Tavi). Baltic 1 (ex-Baribal. IMO 8026593. Detained in 2007 in Stockholm (Sweden) and Belfast (United Kingdom) and in 2009 in Castellon de la Plana (Spain) and Koper (Slovenia). Classification society Bureau Veritas. ex-Broere Aquamarine). IMO 7926241. Chemical tanker. Proprietaire Sea World Management SA (Monaco). Panamanian flag. Owned by GMA Maritime SA (Greece). Detained in Australia in 2002 in Gladstone. IMO 8203464. ex-Team Frosta. Yesim. IMO 8316716. 555 $ per ton including 500 t of stainless steel. Double hull ship built in 1981 in Mandal (Norway) by Baatservice. ex-Obrovac). The Caribbean Renaissance in Drapetsona (Greece) November 2008 © Dimitrios /Shipspotting Ship-breaking. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. Beheshti (ex-Iran Beheshti. Comorian flag. Chemical tanker. ex-Fort Puma. Caribbean Renaissance (ex-Kihuland. Sold for demolition in India. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Classification society RINA.

Norwegian flag (international register). ex-Carnac. Chemical tanker. 1. 3. Mexican flag. Length 182 m. Champion Adriatic (ex-Axios. Owned by PEMEX (Mexico). Chemical tanker. IMO 7917575. 470 $ per ton. 495 $ per ton. Detained in 2005 in Pyongtack (South Korea). Double hull ship built in 1982 in Uraga (Japan) by Sumitomo. Chemical tanker. Chemical tanker. Double hull ship built in 1979 in Oskarshamn (Sweden) by Oskarshamns Varv. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Sold for demolition in India. ex-Johore Express). IMO 8900294. 9. Length 171 m. Champion (ex-Team Tellus. Owned by Iran Shipping Lines (Iran).981 t.342 t. Unknown classification society.100 t. IMO 8028163. ex-Stena Sulphur. Length 102 m. Detained in 2007 in Vancouver (Canada) and in 2010 in San Francisco (United States). 9. IMO 7424815. Chemical tanker. Maltese flag.. The Casper .Casper (ex-Jo Aspen). Rotterdam (The Netherlands) © Hannes van Rijn Chac (ex-Fossanger).855 t. 503 $ per ton.220 $ per ton including 940 t of stainless steel.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Sold for demolition in India. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Double hull ship built in 1984 in Imabari (Japan) by Higaki Zosen. Jin Fu Xing 601 (ex-Yue You 601. October 2010 in Maasvlakte. Liberian flag. Chemical tanker. Chinese flag. ex-Pacific Sunrise. Chemical tanker. Ship-breaking. Iranian flag. 9. 4. Length 170 m. Norwegian flag (international register).21/56 . Unknown classification society. ex-Mobil Endeavour). 8. Detained in 2005 in Kwinana (Australia) and in 2010 in Rotterdam (The Netherlands). IMO 8005771.855 t. Eylen (ex-CT Star. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. Classification society American Bureau of Shipping. ex-Sacona. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Length 129 m. Owned by Genoa Maritime SA (Greece). Double hull ship built in 1982 in Koje (South Korea) by Samsung. Champion Pacific (ex-Nicolas M. Length 139 m. Norwegian flag (registre international). ex-Eastern Sea. Chemical tanker. Double hull ship built in 1983 in Koje (South Korea) by Samsung. IMO 7389792. The record of the period. Classification society China Classification Society. Double hull ship built in 1991 in Viareggio (Italy) by Esercizio. Sold for demolition in India.948 t. Double hull ship built in 1976 in Floro (Norway) by Ankerlokken. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. Length 182 m. ex-Team Storviken). ex-Nan Yang n°8. 780 $ per ton including 290 t of stainless steel. 517 $ per ton. IMO 8322973. Length 205 m. Classification society Bureau Veritas. Owned by Thome Ship Management Pte Ltd (Singapore). Sold for demolition in India. Iran Beheshti (ex-Selma). Sold for demolition in China. ex-Sulphur. ex-OSCO Stream). Owned by Salhus Shipping AS (Norway). Single hull ship built in 1981 in Oskarshamn (Sweden) by Oskarshamns Varv. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. Owned by Thome Ship Management Pte Ltd (Singapore). ex-OT Sulphur). Owned by Ningbo Silver Star Marine (China). IMO 8007999.

Length 93 m. 1. Owned by Royal Marine Shipmanagement Pte Ltd (Singapore). Single hull ship built in 1967 in Pietra Ligure (Italy) by Cantiere del Mediterraneo. ex-Valdarno. Bahamian flag. Length 171 m. Sold for demolition in India. Length 192 m. Sold for an unkown destination of demolition. ex-Monte Chiaro. Single hull ship built in 1972 in Sorel (Canada) by Marine Industries.955 t. ex-Captain Lucas III. Chemical tanker. IMO 8900309. IMO 8908870. IMO 8412924. Cayman Islands flag. Nigerian flag. Chemical tanker. Double hull ship built in 1992 in Viareggio (Italy) by Esercizio. IMO 7925962. exChempetrol Safina I. Owned by Royal Marine Shipmanagement Pte Ltd (Singapore). 10. ex-Fondnes). Owned by Polska Zegluga Morska PP (Poland). Chemical tanker. 6. Sold for demolition in India.194 t. Ship-breaking. Chemical tanker. IMO 8022133.427 t. Sold for demolition in India. Sold for demolition in India. ex-Ocean Pioneer). Classification society RINA. Royal Pride (ex-Forth Sea. Double hull ship built in 1984 in Yawatahama (Japan) by Kurinoura.153 t. Chemical tanker. IMO 8517102. Sold for demolition in India. Owned by Stolt Tankers (Norway). Classification society International Register of Shipping. Unknown classification society. 6. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping.296 t. Length 151 m. 2009 and 2010 in Bushire (Iran).895 t. Sold for demolition in India. ex-Camar. Shaba Prima (ex-Caterina Tomacelli). Double hull ship built in 1988 in Tamise (Belgium) by Boelwerf. 4. New Jersey (ex-Fair Jolly. Chemical tanker. Marshall Islands flag. Penelope (ex-Ina. ex-Gaspe transport. ex-Limbazhi. Saint Kitts and Nevis flag. Stolt Acacia (ex-Stolt Australia).22/56 . Length 139 m. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. 738 t. Classification society RINA. Detained in 1999 in Rotterdam (The Netherlands) and in 2010 in Gibraltar (United Kingdom) and Bushire (Iran). Double hull ship built in 1996 in Szczecin (Poland) by Szczecinska. Double hull ship built in 1986 in Shimonoseki (Japan) by Mitsubishi. ex-Petrobulk Camar). Length 149 m. IMO 8609527. Length 140 m.432 t. Owned by Pioneer Marine Services Pvt Ltd (India). ex-Tenacity. Royal Aquarius (ex-Khirurg Vishnevskiy). ex-Leona II. Panamanian flag. Unknown classification society. ex-Chem Pride. Detained in 2009 in Klaipeda (Lithuania). Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Sold for demolition in Turkey. ex-Marathon). ex-Showme State. IMO 8123676. Chemical tanker. Double hull ship built in 1984 in Gdansk (Poland) by Gdanska Lenina Shipyards. IMO 8512554. Double hull ship built in 1988 in Rijeka (Croatia) by Brodogradiliste 3 Maj. Sold and towed for demolition in India. Chemical tanker. Owned by Neptune Maritime (United States). ex-Jo Alder). Unknown classification society. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. 482 $ per ton. Owned by Crismare SpA (Italy).com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Owned by Blue Line Ship Management Co SA (Greece). IMO 6714495. Detained in 2004 in Cochin (India). Olympic (ex-Noc Najd. 11. ex-Tomoe 565). Italian flag. Lady Anna (ex-Eringa. Length 107 m.730 t. Built in 1980 in Akitsu Japan) by Taihei Kogyo KK. Chemical tanker. 2. Length 83 m. Liberian flag. Length 119 m. Detained in 2010 in Shenzhen (China) and in 2011 in Xiamen (China). IMO 7208601.Kapadokia (ex-Red Point. Saint Kitts and Nevis flag. Detained in 2011 in Brisbane (Australia). Ocean Camar (ex-Overseas Camar. Panamanian flag.953 t. Chemical tanker. Double hull ship built in 1984 in Savona (Italy) by Campanella. 3. ex-Arsene Simard). Marshall Islands flag. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. 4. ex-Enerchem Avance. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. Detained in 2006. Rising Om. Chemical tanker. Length 131 m. 575 $ per ton. Owned by Glory ShipManagement Pte Ltd (Singapore). 525 $ per ton. Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai.

Length 140 m. 1. 503 $ per ton Tonar (ex-Onarfjell. United States flag.Taurus (ex-C Felix. 275 $ per ton. Owned by Timatone Ltd (United Kingdom). Sold for demolition in India. IMO 8512372. ex-Alster Ore in Europoort (The Netherlands). San Francisco Bay (United States). OBO. 43. Owned by Neu Seeschiffahrt GMBH (Germany). Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. Length 106 m. Alster N. Double hull ship built in 1980 in Slikkerveer (The Netherlands) by De Groot & Van Vliet. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. jumboized in 1997. Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai. ex-Tomoe 568). Classification society American Bureau of Shipping.500 t. ex-Queen Trader. Length 89 m. Chemical tanker. Sold as is in Beaumont (United States) for demolition in the United States. Indian flag. ex-Anglo. ex-Gulfsolar). Owned by Karmöy Skipsconsult Management (Norway). Detained in 2007 in Vlaardingen (The Netherlands). Chemical tanker. Sold for demolition in India. IMO 8418162. April 2006 © Chason Castro Timat 1 (ex-Tarnbris).com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . mai 2006 © Derek Sands Ship-breaking. Detained in 2007 in Bushire (Iran) and Cochin (India). Zembra (ex-Ben Aicha). Tunisian flag. IMO 5137901. Owned by Kei-Rsos Maritime Ltd (India). Liberian flag.23/56 .500 t. Unknown classification society.600 t. Length 340 m. IMO 7912030. Built in 1988 in Kaohsiung (Taiwan) by China SB Corp. 2. The Monseigneur. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Chemical tanker.312 t.075 t. Length 173 m. Chemical tanker. 4. ex-Proof Gallant). Length 207 m. Chemical tanker. Double hull ship built in 1959 in Sparrows Point (United States) by Bethlehem Steel . Double hull ship built in 1986 in Yawatahama (Japan) by Kurinoura. Nigerian flag. Owned by American Heavy Lift Shipping (United States). At the end of her life as phosphoric acid carrier for her owner Marphocean (Morocco) the ex-Ben Aicha was sold in 2010 to the Tunisian Gabès Marine Tankers and today for demolition in India. Oil / Bulk /Ore carrier (OBO) Alster N (ex-Alster Ore). The Monseigneur (ex-Solar. Double hull ship built in 1980 in Kalmar (Sweden) by Kalmar Varv.du Nord et de La Méditerranée. ex-Nur Al Jubail. 10. Detained in 2008 in Avonmouth (United Kingdom). Double hull ship built in 1987 in Dunkirk (France) by Chantiers. Panamanian flag. IMO 8406315. 8. Unknown classification society.252 t. IMO 7912381. 505 $ per ton. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh.

Liberian flag. Built in 1980 in Imabari (Japan) by Nishi Zosen. Length 105 m. Built in 1982 in Higashino (Japan) by Sokooshi. in 2003 in Saigon (Vietnam) and Manilla (Philippines). California. General cargo. ex-Kollbjorg). April 2011© Captain Peter / Shipspotting Ship-breaking.300 t. December 1976 © PMARS Being demolished in Brownsville. Owned by US MARAD (United States).24/56 . Theodosia (ex-Kapitan Sokolov. 3. 8. exHanbonn Brother. 460 $ per ton. 9. 15. the ship left the Suisun Bay Reserve fleet in California (United States) for demolition by the ESCO Marine shipyard in Brownsville. 2. Classification society International Register of Shipping. Detained in 2000 in Singapore. Sold for demolition in China. ex-OMS Eagle. Unknown classification society. IMO 7628423. Panamanian flag. ex-Jarama). Length 66 m. Texas.746 t. ex-Selendang Delima.096 t. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. Sold for demolition in India. Greek flag.478 t. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. 12.986 t. The American Racer en route to San Francisco. in 2007 in Kolkata (India). Built in 1980 in Southwick (United Kingdom) by Austin & Pickersgil. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Length 165 m. IMO 6414069. Owned by Halkidon Shipping Corp (Greece). Sierra Leone flag . OBO. General cargo. Double hull ship built in 1983 in Uddevalla (Sweden) by Uddevallavarvet. General cargo. Length 206 m. Detained in 2005 in Vancouver (Canada) and in 2006 in Qinhuangdao (China). ex-Yoshiga Maru n°21. ex-Seisho Maru). exFerncape. Sierra Leone flag. IMO 8135693.808 t. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. ex-Eastern Bright. 1. ex-Arabian Trader). in 2008 in Guangzhou (China) and in 2011 again in Kolkata. Length 144 m. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. OBO. ex-Red Sapphire. ex-Shyun Yuan 6. ex-Young Princess. General cargo Al Kawther (ex-New Legend Star. ex-Diana. Unknown classification society. OBO. In February 2011. IMO 7922178. ex-Highland Faith. American Racer. ex-Cape.067 t. the air evacuation after the fall of Saigon in 1975. Texas. 485 $ per ton including 450 t of bunkers. Double hull ship built in 1981 in Fredriksstad (Norway) by Fredriksstad MV. IMO 8002066. Yong Ping (ex-Ystwyth. Length 173 m. ex-Sunjoo Ace.Antonis A (ex-Monte Rosa. Detained in 2003 in Chiba (Japan) and in 2007 in Kolkata (India). Alima (ex-Zhou Ji n°8. 455 $ per ton including 500 t of bunkers. General cargo. ex-Seisho. ex-Kuki Maru n°3). Built in 1964 in Chester (United States) by Sun ShipBuilding & Drydock. ex-Ballerina. Sierra Leone flag. Detained in 2001 in Singapore. The American Racer operated on both commercial service and military charter. United States flag. Ambassador (ex-Fortune Express. Sold for demolition in China. IMO 8113190. ex-Darya Lok). IMO 7923550.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . 464 $ per ton. Sold for demolition in China. No classification society. Owned by Sino Far East Ship Management Co Ltd (China). Owned by Olympic Gulf Tankers (Greece). She participated in the operation “Frequent Wind”. Owned by Pacific Timor Shipping Agency (Singapore). Double hull ship built in 1982 in Rijeka (Croatia) by Brodogradiliste 3 Maj. Length 243 m.

Length 143 m. Built in 1979 in Onomichi (Japan) by Onomichi Zosen. IMO 8422694. General cargo. ex-Akademik Glushko). General cargo. IMO 7705491. Length 131 m. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. exYoung Sportsman. General cargo. IMO 7641097. 468 $ per ton.25/56 . Sold for demolition in Turkey. ex-Flame. 3. 4. Since 1993 .046 t. Length 88 m. General cargo. Built in 1985 in Wismar (Germany) by Mathias-Thesen. 481 $ per ton. Maltese flag. Owned by Solchart Ltd Oy (Finland). Arctic Star (ex-Tegra. General cargo.007 t. Length 176 m. ex-Spyros A. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. ex-Gemini).399 t. Panamanian flag. 4. IMO 7620598. Panamanian flag. General cargo. Detained in 2006 in Rouen (France). 8. Aqua Blessing (ex-Ionian Princess. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. Detained in 2003 in Saint-John (Canada). ex-Chain Sportsman. 449 $ per ton. Owned by Nobpac Shipping Pte Ltd (Singapore). ex-Pola). Cyprus flag.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . ex-Baltic Trader. Built in 1961 in San Diego (United States) by National Steel. ex-Sportsman. she was laid up in the Suisun Bay Reserve Fleet in California. Bright Star 1 (ex-Bright Star. Built in 1978 in Tokyo (Japan) by Ishikawajima-Harima. 6. November 2004. Owned by Marine Fleet Management Pvt (Pakistan). Built in 1977 in Tokyo (Japan) by Ishikawajima-Harima.494 t. Classification society Hellenic Register of Shipping. Georgian flag. 7. Owned by Cape Shipping SA (Greece). Cape Syros (ex-Cape Spyros.355 t. ex-Van Ocean). In 2009 the vessel’s physical integrity is considered as « very degraded » while her age (less than 50 years old ) does not make her a ship with a significant historical interest . United States flag. in Workington. 500 $ per ton. Built in 1991 in Gdansk (Poland) by Gdanska Lenina Shipyards. ex-Sportsqueen. Length 156 m. United Kingdom © Derek Bay (ex-Export Bay). Length 143 m. Detained in 2003 in Kunsan (South Korea) and in 2004 in Guangzhou (China). No classification society. ex-Scol Action). Length 150 m. ex-Solin. 450 $ per ton. she is then fated to demolition. Ship-breaking. Panamanian flag. Classification society Bureau Veritas.438 t. Classification society Bureau Veritas. IMO 5111012. General cargo. IMO 7034880. Bukit Timah (ex-Thor Tribute. Owned by Aquagulf Ltd (United Arab Emirates). Sold for demolition in Pakistan. ex-Patricia. En 1977 she was sold to the US MARAD. ex-Neptune Peridot. Lemos). Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. ex-Patric. She began a commercial carreer for American Export Lines but was chartered from 1966 to 1971 by the US Military Sea Transportation Service to carry equipment and supplies to the US troops in Vietnam. Built in 1970 in Neuenfelde (Germany) by Sietas Schiffswerft. IMO 8603418. Sold for demolition in India.Amna A (ex-Stevns Trader. The contract for her demolition in an American ship-breaking yard is awarded in 2011. Detained in 2007 in San Juan (Porto Rico). Sold for demolition in India. ex-Patricia I. Owned by Mustafa Shipping Co Ltd (Syria). Sold for demolition in Pakistan.

008 t. Bahamian flag. IMO 7380746. General cargo. ex-Binissalem. Detained in 1999 in Gdynia (Poland) and Antwerp (Belgium) and in 2006 in Rouen (France). 485 $ per ton. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. ex-irisa. General cargo. ex-May. Sold for demolition in Turkey. IMO 8503486. Length 175 m. Length 83 m. Virginia (United States). The Dove arrived on ballast in Chittagong on February 17th. Owned by CB Marine Ltd (United Kingdom). IMO 7703675. Panamanian flag. ex-Georgios S. since then. Kiribati flag. ex-Splendour. Classification society International Ship Classification. ex-Sota aranzazu). General cargo. Sold for demolition in India. IMO 5400085. ex-Stubbenhuk ). ex-Norbulk Teak. Detained in 2004 in Koper (Slovenia) and in 2005 in Lisbon (Portugal). Length 151 m. Built in 1978 in Zumaya (Spain) by Balenciaga. Owned by SMT Shipmanagement (Cyprus). Texas. she was waiting for disposal in the Suisun Bay Reserve Fleet. IMO 7635414.256 t. ex-Belgrano. Dove off Norfolk. Destiny (ex-Blue Lady. ex-Southgate. Unknown classification society. ex-Cypriot Wave. Detained in 2003 in Santander (Spain) and Antwerp (Belgium). After the cleaning of her hull in San Francisco and towing through the Panama canal. 502 $ per ton. or rather for her clearance to be beached for demolition granted on April 12th. ex-Kapitan Temkin. IMO 7716440. she will be demolished by ESCO Marine shipyards in Brownsville. Detained in 2000 in Singapore. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Built in 1981 in Warnemünde (Germany) by Warnowwerft. Sold for demolition in India. she has been « waiting for instructions ». ex-Bacho Kiro). ex-Sea Express. Cote Aranza (ex-Cote Araza. Length 174 m. ex-EA Success. ex-Elwwod. Ijmuiden (The Netherlands) et Greenore (Ireland). Built in 1979 in Nagasaki (Japan) by Mitsubishi. 6. ex-Delfborg). Detained in 2001 in Antwerp and in 2009 in Nikolayev (Ukraine). Length 129 m. Built in 1963 in Pascagoula (United States) by Litton Ingalls.778 t.410 t. ex-Evia. ex-Australian Express. October 2010 © Lorraine Morrill Ship-breaking. IMO 8131946. 6. Classification society Lloyd’s Register of Shipping. ex-Risan). United States flag. 485 $ per ton.835 t. Sold for demolition in India. Saint Kitts and Nevis flag. Sold for demolition in India. 5. General cargo. Chao Yang Men (ex-Ebenezer. Built in 1985 in Varna (Bulgaria) by Georgi Dimitrov shipyards. Sold for an unkown destination of demolition. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. General cargo. Owned by Seahorse Shipping (Turkey). ex-Eyboia. General cargo.26/56 . Owned by Neptun Denizcilic Limited (Turkey). Sierra Leone flag. Built in 1978 in Makkum (The Netherlands) by Amels Bv. Owned by COSCO (China). General cargo. she was acquired by the US MARAD in 1988. ex-Kriti Rubi). Dawn (ex-African Dawn). Cristobal (ex-Sea Star. Length 182 m. ex-Sea Fortune.Capital Sun (ex-Utilitas.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Domenican flag. Built in 1974 in Toyama (Japan) by Nipponkai. 10. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. Dove (ex-Dove Arrow. No classification society. IMO 7619331. Classification society Hellenic Register of Shipping. Length 158 m. General cargo. Built in 1978 in Kiel (Germany) by Howaldtswerke-DW. ex-Egda). 4. in 2007 in Rouen (France) and in 2010 in Vishakhapatnam (India). ex-Lady Flora. ex-Indian Resource. Owned by Sudo Service Ukraine Ltd (Ukraine). Saint Kitts and Nevis flag. Launched for commercial service for Farrell Lines. Downgraded to non retention status in 2004. Length 83 m. Delphin (ex-Bayburt 5.

ex-Apollonia Trader. General cargo. Detained in 2007 in Nikolayev (Ukraine) and Novorossiysk (Russia) and in 2010 in Novorossiysk again. IMO 7633363. General cargo. Length 82 m. in 2004 in Split (Croatia) and in 2005 in Koper again. 4. 1. Sold for demolition in India. Maltese flag. ex-Lydia. Owned by Eurotrade (Turkey). Owned by Sharaf Shipping Agency LL (United Arab Emirates). in 2005 in Brindisi (Italy). Emzari (ex-Salim. Built in 1977 in Kochi (Japan) by Shin Yamamo. IMO 7616133. in 2003 in Almeria (Spain) and Koper (Slovenia). ex-Luzon Trader. Built in 1977 in Bardenfleth (Germany) by Schurenstedt. IMO 7208522. ex-Lagada). Owned by G Bulk Corp (Greece).015 t. Length 77 m. 6. Detained in 1998 in Rotterdam (The Netherlands) and Brest (France). Length 133 m. ex-Triglav. Sold for demolition in India. Sold for demolition in Turkey. Classification society Maritime Lloyd. Sold for demolition in India. 2. ex-Athinoula. ex-Carebeka VII. ex-Elma Nueve). Moldavian flag. in 2000 in Rouen (France). ex-Scilla. Length 119 m. exJenlink. ex-Equator Crystal. Sierra Leone flag. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. Falak G (ex-Seasky. General cargo. Classification society Bulgarski Koraben Registar.435 $ per ton.500 $ per ton. IMO 7719210.680 t. The Slovakian Falak G in Rijeka (Croatia). ex-STK-1006). Unknown classification society. IMO 7608100. Built in 1981 in Pula (Croatia) by Uljanik. in 2001 in Setubal (Portugal).Dubai Discovery (ex-Gulf Rose. ex-Ikariada. IMO 8422632. December 2010 © Shipspotting Fatima 1 (ex-Jaikur III. General cargo. in 2007 in Odessa (Ukraine). Detained in 2004 in Taranto (Italy) and Ploce (Croatia). ex-Pacific Princess). in 2010 in Sevastopol(Ukraine) and in 2011 in Mumbai (India). Cyprus flag. ex-Falcon Trador. 6. Detained in 2004 in Fukuoka (Japan) and in 2006 in Singapore. ex-Bhavu Bhuti). ex-Eurolord. Panamanian flag. ex-Lora. IMO 7714882. Ship-breaking. ex-Lena. Saint Kitts and Nevis flag. 507 $ per ton. in 2002 in Grado and La Spezia (Italy) and Castellon de la Plana (Spain). Owned by TMT Co Ltd (Taiwan).847 t. Slovakian flag. General cargo. Length 152 m. Sold for demolition in India. ex-Makassar Express. ex-North Trio). ex-Maemi. Classification society Bulgarski Koraben Registar. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. General cargo. ex-Island Fortune). ex-Daphne. Length 131m.27/56 .327 t. Owned by Pan Seas Shipping (United Arab Emirates). Owned by Sea Crystal Navigation (Greece). ex-Cederborg. ex-Aziza. Built in 1978 in Akitsu (Japan) by Taihei Kogyo KK. Built in 1972 in Vestnes (Norway) by Salthammer and completed by Aukra Bruk. 3. in 2008 in Novorossiysk (Russia). Built in 1984 in Rosslau (Germany) by Elbewerften. Classification society Det Norske Veritas.598 t. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Built in 1976 in Kagoshima (Japan) by Kagoshima Docks. Eldore III (ex-Lark. General cargo. Length 155 m. 435 $ per ton. Eleana (ex-Glan.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Sold for demolition in India. ex-Falcon Trader. Ducky Sapphire (ex-Pacific Islander.284 t.

647 t. Classification society International Register of Shipping. IMO 7127900. exHansetor. IMO 7406502. ex-Rapel). ex-Canopus. ex-Handy Viking.Fima (ex-Alla.181 t. Unknown classification society. exBalder Hope). Sold for demolition in India. Length 146 m. ex-Sea Destiny. IMO 7532129. Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai. ex-Chubut). General cargo. Sold for demolition in India. Built in 1981 in Sasebo (Japan) by Sasebo HI. Owned by Ismail ShippingCo Ltd (Syria).28/56 . General cargo. ex-750-Letiye Goroda Gorkogo). 3. Owned by Yem Shipping Co Lt (China). Jaikur I (ex-Beirut. 475 $ per ton. IMO 8029480. Length 114 m. 1. ex-Maersk Primo. Unknown classification society. ex-Kahira. IMO 7420235. ex-Viking Trader. Built in 1977in Olaveaga (Spain) by AESA. in 2007 in Nikolayev (Ukraine). Jaikur II (ex-Edough). 522 $ per ton. 6. IMO 8218732. ex-Euro Colombia. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. ex-Sea Eagle. ex-Mariachris K. 483 $ per ton. IMO 7726976. Built in 1976 in Hinase (Japan) by Hashimoto.474 t. Ship-breaking.540 t. Length 104 m. in 2008 in Tianjin (China) and in 2009 in Masan (South Korea). Syria. Saint Kitts and Nevis flag. Harmonia (ex-Harrix. Built in 1971 in Nijni Novgorod (Russia) by Krasnoye Sormovo.988 t. General cargo. Detained in 2000 in Singapore and in 2006 in Mormugao (India). General cargo. ex-Barkenkoppel. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines flag. ex-Golden Viking. ex-Sormovsky 23. in 2009 in Theodosia (Greece) and in 2010 in Nikolayev again. Sold for demolition in India.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Moldavian flag. Haj Khalil (ex-Ahmos). General cargo. Syrian flag. Detained twice in 1998 in Rijeka (Croatia). Panamanian flag. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping.940 t. Sold as is in South Africa for demolition in Pakistan. April 2008 © Mahmoud Shd Han Zhong Men (ex-Tia Estela. Built in 1977 in Travemunde (Germany) by Schlichting. Sierra Leone flag. ex-Early American. Sold for demolition in India. Length 159 m. ex-Nedlloyd Pacific. Detained in 2001 in Singapore. Unknown classification society.417 t.). Detained in 2007 in San Vicente (Chile). IMO 7530884. ex-Heron. 483 $ per ton. Built in 1979 in Alexandrie (Egypt) by Alexandria Shipyard. 2. ex-Wood Star. Length 126 m. Haj Khalil leaving the port of Tartous. Owned by Royal Shipping Co Ltd (Tanzania). 5. 4. Owned by Gulf Energy Ltd (United Arab Emirates). ex-Presidente Gonzales Videla. General cargo. 2. Sold for demolition in Turkey. Length 158 m. Owned by Mantic Marine Co (Greece). Unknown classification society. Built in 1984 in Warnemünde (Germany) by Warnowwerft. ex-Nordholm). Built in 1978 in Neuenfelde (Germany) by JJ Sietas. Gamboa (ex-Sea Power. Sold for demolition in India. Panamanian flag. ex-Bettina. Comorian flag. Detained in 2010 in Koper (Slovenia). Owned by Sudoservice Ukraine Ltd (Ukraine). Length 79 m. Length 129 m. General cargo. Unknown classification society. exMiriam Borchard. Hibiscus One (ex-Hibiscus. General cargo.

ex-Young Statesman).783 t. ex-Pioner Moskvy). Length 130 m. Length 165 m. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines flag. North Korean flag.e. ex-Jasmine). Sold for demolition in Pakistan. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines flag. IMO 7714739. KS Kosmos (ex-Phayao Navee. 6. another Suisun Bay Reserve Fleet ship which was to be demolished in the new Californian ship-breaking yard Allied Defense Recycling.Kamnik. United States flag. ex-Bombay Star. ex-Kobe Star). Panamanian flag. IMO 7334785. ex-Ocean Leader. exPadrone. Length 154 m. General cargo. ex-Birmantara Satu. ex-Wakamizu Maru). 7. Detained in 2000 in Lisbon (Portugal). Length 150 m.29/56 . Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. IMO 7700544. IMO 7713735. Built in 1978 in Onomichi (Japan) by Onomichi Zosen. Sold for demolition in Turkey. Unknown classification society. 6. IMO 8225395. IMO 7807976. 520 $ per ton. Sold for demolition in India. Lady Laila (ex-Alexandros S. Length 147 m. Length 171 m. Detained in China in 2002 in Hong Kong and Qingdao and in 2004 in Hong Kong again. 2004 and 2005 in Constanta (Romania).882 t. ex-Zim Marseille. the vessel could not be cleared for ocean tow and had to be swapped over with the President. 8. The Lincoln had to be cleaned of growth and loose paint prior departure by BAE Systems in San Francisco. 475 $ per ton. ex-Deco Oldenburg. 1. Owned by Good Faith Ship-breaking. The President Lincoln was acquired in 1979 by the US MARAD. Classification society International Naval Surveys Bureau. ex-Riga Trader. Classification society American Bureau of Shipping. Sold for demolition in India. ex-Santa Fe de Bogota. in 1999 in Rotterdam (The Netherlands) and in 2000 in Antwerp (Belgium). Built in 1973 in Vyborg (Russia) by Vyborgskiy SZ.425 t.005 t. Lady Nisreen (ex-Fifi F. Owned by El Reedy (Egypt). IMO 5283956. Owned by Vega Shipping Co (Cyprus). Thus. Sold for demolition in India. Panamanian flag. Cambodian flag. General cargo.ex-Rickmers Dalian. General cargo. IMO 7507241. Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai. General cargo. IMO 7522007. i. Built in 1978 in Nagasaki (Japan) by Mitsubishi. General cargo. in 2005 in Marina di Carrara (Italy) and in 2010 in Qingdao (China). Built in 1961 in San Francisco (United States) by Bethlehem Pacific Coast for American President Lines . Lady Alexandra (ex-Silver Pearl. ex-General Jacinto). Maldives Islands flag. Length 84 m. Detained in 2006 and 2008 in Novorossiysk (Russia). Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping.823 t. Length 162 m. Length 171 m. 5. Owned by Nanjing King Ship Management Co (China). Built in 1977 in Osaka (Japan) by MItsui.277 $. King Will (ex-Yangon Star. ex-Merkur Beach). ex-Far East Navee. King Fortune (ex-Fadel Arab.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . ex-Nirint Traveller. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Owned by KS Maritime Pte Ltd (Singapore). Verksted. Length 107 m. Significant leaks were discovered after this operation by the US Coast Guard inspectors. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. General cargo.930 t. 7. ex-Oakbank. ex-Vigsnes. IMO 8017683. General cargo. No classification society . General cargo. Sold for an unkown destination of demolition. Sold for demolition in India. General cargo. Built in 1982 in Rostock (Germany) by Neptun VEB. Detained in 2003. ex-CGM Kleber. Sold for demolition in India. Owned by Nanjing KingShip Management Co Ltd (China). Detained in 1998 in Hamburg (Germany). Initially sold for demolition to All Stars Metall. ex-Thermaikos II . Built in 1980 in Kochi (Japan) by Kochi Jyuko. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines flag.050 t. Singapore flag. 8. Built in 1978 in Oslo (Norway) by Nylands Verksted. in Brownsville. Owned by Maldives National Shipping Ltd (Maldive Islands). General cargo. 75 $ per ton. Classification society American Bureau of Shipping. Built in 1979 in Hakodate (Japan) by Hakodate Dock. Texas for 675.495 t. Lincoln (ex-President Lincoln). ex-Thalassini Idea. ex-Nausicaa). Maldive Enterprise (ex-Pantelis K. Built in 1979 in Ulsteinvik (Norway) by Kleven Mek. Owned by Genshipping Pacific (Singapore). Detained in 2003 in Immingham (United Kingdom) and in 2006 in Bristol (United Kingdom) and Singapore. 499 $ per ton. Mana (ex-Thalassini Mana.

Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. ex-Carolina D. Length 99 m. General cargo. ex-Auvergne. Unknown classification society. ex-Antwerpa. Owned by Pan Seas Shipping LLC (United Arab Emirates). Detained in 2002 in Yeosu (South Korea) and in 2006 in Kandla (India). Panamanian flag. Owned by Seatrans Management Enterprises (Greece). ex-Arma. exTielbank ).500 t. Classification society RINA. Detained in 1998 in Rotterdam (The Netherlands) and in 2002 in Eleusis (Greece). Nehad D (ex-Hunter. 7. Detained in 2000. ex-Gileong. Togolese flag. ex-Wakagiku Maru). anchored in Port Kelang (Malaysia).250 t. ex-Ataduru. ex-Pericles. 455 $ per ton.Shipping Co (Greece). Owned by Myanma Five Starline (Burma). ex-PerseyexGajah Borneo. in 2009 in Kandla (India) and Yuzhnyy (Ukraine) and in 2010 in Setubal (Portugal). 2002 and 2005 in Singapore. General cargo equippped at the beginning of her career as Internavis II with two combinable derricks. Detained in 2000 in Hamburg (Germany). Owned by Suntech Corp Co (United Arab Emirates). Sold for demolition in India. Sold for demolition in India. New Hope (ex-Renata. Detained in 2010 in Quanzhou (China).961 t. General cargo. ex-Bosco VI. Owned by Ching Tung Shipping Co Ltd (China). Miss Kikaki (ex-Egretta. New Legend Sun (ex-Hong Yuan. IMO 7411284. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines flag. Length 150 m. 510 $ per ton Monterey (ex-Clipper Fidelity. exFlorence Schroder). Built in 1983 in Bremerhaven (Germany) by Weser Seebeck. Length 148 m. ex-Christianeex-Lorence. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. Length 162 m. Sold for demolition in India. Cyprus flag. New Legend Harvest (ex-Uthai Navee. ex-Gee Hong. in 2008 in Novorossiysk (Russia) and in 2010 in Mundra (India). Sold for demolition in India. Panamanian flag. Owned by Aquafleet Shipping Ltd (Greece). Classification society China Classification Society. IMO 7627924. 3. ex-Jumbo Stellatwo. ex-Carolina. IMO 8121070. Built in 1978 in Grand-Quevilly (France) by Dubigeon-Normandie. General cargo.415 t. Sold for demolition in India. ex-Adventure. Detained in 2001 and 2004 in Singapore. Length 144 m. each one had a unit capacity of 220 t. Classification society Hellenic Register of Shipping. General cargo. 5.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Detained in 2010 in Port Klang (Malaisie). IMO 7636937. 495 $ per ton including 150 t of bunkers. ex-Buana Sinar. ex-Equator Emerald.119 t.240 t. ex-Carnival Venture). Built in 1976 in Bremerhaven (Germany) by Rickmers.066 t. IMO 7612773. 515 $ per ton. ex-Genius. ex-Kom. Nord Scan Mumbai (ex-Lundeborg. Mandalay (ex-Mahndalay).30/56 . ex-San Juan). Owned by Alfahed Shipping SA (Honduras). in 2006 in Antwerp (Belgium). Length 139 m. Sold for demolition in Turkey. ex-Trade Concord. 3. Panamanian flag. Classification society Bureau Veritas. Burmese flag. 5. Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai. Nord Scan Mumbai. Built in 1978 in Ross (Germany) by Howaldtswerke-DW. Built in 1978 in Kure (Japan) by Ishikawajima-Harima. 4.170 t. ex-Phenix. Built in 1981 in Olaveaga (Spain) by Astilleros Espanoles SA. 518 $ per ton. Classification society Lloyd's Register. October 2010 © Mara / Shipspotting Ship-breaking. ex-Aspendos. Pavillon Cambodge. ex-Angelica Schulte. Sold and towed for demolition in India. ex-Internavis II) IMO 7736335. 5. General cargo. Built in 1976 in Bremerhaven (Germany) by Weser Seebeck. ex-Stellanova. Built in 1977 in Tsurumi (Japan) by Nippon KK. Owned by Dergham C Co (Syria). 4. IMO 7412927. ex-Antonio Machado). Length 143 m. General cargo. Sold for demolition in India. Length 149 m. IMO 7826491. General cargo.

ex-CR Libreville).091 t.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Panamanian flag. Owned by AngloEastern Antwerp NV (Belgium). Pioneer Sea (ex-Histria Pride. Built in 1978 in Southwick (United Kingdom) by Austin & Pickersgill. Built in 1979 in Nakskov (Denmark) by A/S Nakskov. General cargo. In May though. Unknown classification society. IMO 7361738. 488 $ per ton. Classification society Bureau Veritas. General cargo. Sold for demolition in India. 7. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. 1.Panama Express (ex-Delmas Surcouf. Owned by Shanghai Vasteast International Shipping (China). 475 $ per ton. ex-Krasica 1.750 t. Length 171 m. Owned by Interunity Management Corp SA (Greece). Length 89 m. QSM Dubai (ex-Tania. Maltese flag. Length 169 m. Patton I (ex-Ji Yang. ex-Petra II. ex-Pav Trader. IMO 8501737. Sold for demolition in China. ex-Victoria IV. Unknown classification society. ex-Artax. ex-Superior. Built in 1975 in Oldenburg (Germany) by Brand. IMO 5284091.726 t. and in 2009 and 2010 in Bandar Abbas (Iran).474 t. ex-DSR Qingdao. Detained in 2005 in Tokyo (Japan). Panamanian flag. Sold for demolition in India. © Keith Wood Progress Lily (ex-Sailor. General cargo. Detained in 2007 in Tuticorin (India). ex-Krasica. General cargo. Length 159 m. ex-Alexandria). 525 $ per ton. General cargo. Owned by US MARAD (United States). ex-Eiko Maru). IMO 7602209. ex-Pep Antares. 796 t. General cargo. IMO 7610062. Detained in 2008 in Bandar Abbas (Iran). Length 71 m. General cargo. Panamanian flag. Detained in 2010 in Mumbai (India). A contract of 3. Sold for demolition in India. Phearon (ex-Santa Barbara.31/56 . Classification society Bureau Veritas. Built in 1961 in San Francisco (United States) by Bethlehem Steel Co. Maldives Islands flag. Ship-breaking.930 t. ex-President Tyler). President (ex-President Roosevelt. Sold for demolition in India. ex-Per Trader.752 t. 6. No classification society. ex-Sinaloa). Sold for demolition in India. ex-Mercandian Sky). 470 $ per ton. 9. 8. Belgian flag. ex-Empros). IMO 8130241. Length 158 m. Ship laid up in the Suisun Bay Reserve Fleet. Built in 1981 in Kure (Japan) by Imamura. Owned by Qawareb Ship Management (United Arab Emirates). Classification society Polski Rejestr Statkow. Built in 1987 in Galati (Romania) by Galati SN. IMO 8028709. United States flag. ex-Tramarco Sailor. 3. the President has to be swapped over with the Lincoln which was planned to be demolished in Texas but was eventually not cleared for ocean tow. Length 144 m. Owned by Ocean Shell Shipping LLC (United Arab Emirates).1M $ is awarded to Allied Defense Recycling for the recycling of the President and the Solon Turman in the new ship-breaking yard of Mare Island. Built in 1983 in Shimonoseki (Japan) by Mitsubishi.

Length 98 m. Length 158 m. IMO 7718345. ex-Triena.944 t. Owned by Seaway Korea Co Ltd (South Korea). Ship-breaking. General cargo. IMO 9251511. Classification society Korean Register of Shipping.810 t. Sold for demolition in India. The Seaway No. Sea Way n°5 (ex-Tina I. Detained in 1999 and twice in 2000 in Antwerp (Belgium).218 t. Detained in 2004 in Kunsan (South Korea) and in 2008 in Bandar Khomeini (Iran). Classification society Intertek Maritime Bureau. S Gabriel (ex-Sea Breeze). in 2004 in Setubal (Portugal) and in 2009 in Venice (Italy). ex-Atlantic Princess. IMO 7533355. General cargo. and in 2009 in Kandla (India). 498 $ per ton. Classification society Bureau Veritas. May 2010 © Vladimir Knyaz Setubal Castle (ex-Summer.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . General cargo. 435 $ per ton. Length 162 m. German flag. Sold for demolition in India. Classification society China Corporation Register of Shipping. Saeed (ex-Ouarsenis). Deflagged from Ukraine to Moldavia for her last journey. Owned by Unison Marine Corp (Taiwan). ex-Sendan. IMO 8913344. in 2004 in Lisbon (Portugal). Built in 1978 in Kochi (Japan) by Kochi Jyuko. ex-Sphinx I. Detained in 2003 in Novorossiysk (Russia). in 2009 in Bandar Abbas (Iran) and Mundra (India).453 t. 2. San Fong (ex-Sphinx.Rula (ex-Fair. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. Unknown Classification society. in 2006 in Antwerp and Hamburg. Length 100 m. Built in 1976 in Travemunde (Germany) by Schlichting. Owned by Briese Schiffahrts GmbH & Co KG (Germany). South Korean flag. 8. Built in 1991 in Varna (Bulgaria) by Varna Shipyard. Panamanian flag. Owned by DONBASS (Ukraine). Built in 1978 in Kaohsiung (Taiwan) by China SB Corp. 1. Comorian flag. General cargo.5 in Shangai. IMO 8330334. Length 149 m. Owned by Union Falcon Shipping LLC (United Arab Emirates). IMO 7420209. ex-Ming Summer). Sold for demolition in India. Built in 2002 in Wuhan (China) by Qingshan. Length 126 m. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines flag. ex-Sendan Maru). Ship in casualty in December 2009 in the Azores islands. Classification society Germanischer Lloyd. Detained in 2003 in Marina di Carrara (Italy). ex-Fairlane). Detained in 1999 and 2000 in Antwerp (Belgium).32/56 . ex-Celestina. in 2003 in Aveiro (Portugal). ex-Green Light. General cargo. ex-Clelia HF). ex-Medglory. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. General cargo. in 2005 in Bilbao (Spain) and in Antwerp again. 6. in 2001 in Hamburg (Germany). Shakhtar (ex-Ivan Pereverzev). Built in 1977 in Slikkerveer (The Netherlands) by De Groot & Van Vliet. in 2007 in Tianjin (China) and in 2011 in Nantong (China). 6. IMO 7618296. Detained in 2000 in Incheon (South Korea). Sold for demolition in China.940 t. 445 $ per ton. Built in 1984 in Kherson (Ukraine) by Khersonskiy SZ. Length 172 m. Classification society International Naval Surveys Bureau. in 2003 in Hong Kong. Owned by Seamasters International SA (Greece). Maltese flag. then towed for repair in Germany and finally sold for demolition au Denmark. General cargo.

General cargo. Tais C (ex-Annemarie B.Solon Turman. Sold for demolition in India. August 2010 © Frank Behrends Svyatoy Konstantin (ex-Windsor Castle.610 t. Detained in 2010 in Limassol (Cyprus) and in Xiamen (China). No classification society. Sold for an unkown destination of demolition. the Solon Turman is the first recycling contract awarded by the US Administration to Allied Defense Recycling. ex-Ami. The ship is finally sold and towed for demolition in Turkey. Owned by SMT – Ship Management & Transport Gdynia Ltd (Poland). Ship-breaking. Classification society RINA. north of San Francisco (United States) (See also p 3 United States). General cargo. United States flag. Laid up in Suisun Bay Reserve Fleet. IMO 7504184. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines flag. Length 182 m. Owned by Fedcom Shipping (Ukraine). IMO 8111269. ex-L’Armorique. Classification society Polski Rejestr Statkow. General cargo. Sol Trader (ex-Sletringen. Detained in 2005 in Antwerp (Belgium) and in 2009 in A Coruña (Spain).140 t. General cargo. Maltese flag. Sold for demolition in India. ex-Roche Maurice). IMO 8302222. Classification society Bureau Veritas.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . ex-Nedlloyd Abidjan. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Panamanian flag. Built in 1978 in Tamano (Japan) by Mitsui. Owned by Fedcom Shipping (Ukraine). Built in 1984 in Ruisbroek (Belgium) by Fulton Marine. 8. Owned by Euro-Africa Linie (Poland). Length 182 m. Panamanian flag.180 t. 11. Length 139 m. Svyatoy Iakov (ex-Clifford Castle. General cargo. Length 180 m. General cargo. 510 $ per ton. ex-Star Lorraine).502 t. in 2008 in Eleusis (Greece) and three times in Koper (Slovenia) and in 2009 in Koper again. Length 63 m. in 2005 in Koper (Slovenia). ex-Woensdrecht. 468 $ per ton. 10. exAltamira. IMO 7620627. 500 $ per ton. Sold for demolition in India. Bahamian flag. Built in 1982 in Landskrona (Sweden) by Oresundsvarvet. IMO 8010702.845 t. ex-Mina Mare. Owned by Val Management Co Ltd (Croatia). Sold for demolition in India. IMO 7631511. General cargo. in 2001 in Murmansk (Russia) and Haugesund (Norway). Szczecin. The ship-breaking yard has re-opened two drydocks of the ex naval base of Mare Island. Sun Suma (ex-La Costa). ex-Star Drottanger. Panamanian flag. Detained in 1999 in Santander (Spain). 7. Length 182 m. Length 89 m. ex-Bangor. ex-Norasia Adria). IMO 5333660. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Classification society RINA. Owned by Chariot Global Shipmanagement Ltd (Bulgaria). Built in 1961 in Sparrows Point (United States) by Bethlehem Steel . 11. Built in 1976 in Brattvaag (Norway) by Brattvaag Johansen.33/56 . ex-Ares. ex-Brabo. jumboized in 1981 and lengthened from 150 to 180 m. in Istanbul (Turkey). Owned by US MARAD (United States). ex-Vaccares. ex-Star Magnate). Detained in 1999 in Antwerp (Belgium) and in 2003 in Westernport (Australia). Built in 1978 in Chiba (Japan) by Mitsui. The Svyatoy Iakov. Built in 1987 in Gdynia (Poland) by les Komuny Paryskiej Shipyards.

ex-Akademik Gorbunov). in 2009 in Rostov (Russia) and in 2010 in Nikolayev (Ukraine). General cargo. 1. Built in 1978 in Bremerhaven (Germany) by Weser Seebeckwerft. Russian flag. Unknown classification society. ex-Holger Sif). Classification society RINA. Bolivian flag. used as barge at the end of her career. ex-Gun. Detained in 2004 in Antwerp (Belgium). 810 t. Owned by Thoresen & Co Ltd (Thailand). ex-Regina S). Length 150 m. 500 $ per ton. Length 73 m. ex-Aspasia L. Trader (ex-Rizcun Trader. ex-Oranienburg. ex-Scan Carrier. Dedeoglu. Classification society Shipping Register of Ukraine. Marchandise diverses.399 t. ex-Atiat Allah. Ro Ro. ex-Jerez. General cargo. Owned by Valship (Ukraine). Sold for demolition in India. Vladimir Timofeyev. Length 76 m. ex-Transpacific. ex-Kyung Il). Sold for demolition in Pakistan. Length 114 m. Sold for demolition in India. Built in 1971 in Komarno (Slovakia) by Zavody Tazk. IMO 8606599. ex-Saronikos). Ro Ro Carmania Express (ex-Kjell Sverre. 518 $ per ton. Panamanian flag. Built in 1985 in Pohang (South Korea) by Hyangdo. Maltese flag. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. General cargo. General cargo.209 t.34/56 . IMO 7627912. ex-Eleni. Thai flag. Length 65 m. ex-Saronikos II. 500 t. Carmania Express in Valletta (Malta) February 2010 ©Derek Lilley Ship-breaking. Owned by Valiant Shipping SA (Greece).575 t. Greek flag. ex-Jang Yung n°31. Built in 1967 in Bergum (The Netherlands) by Bodewes Hoogezand. 8.128 t. ex-Falstria. ex-Jolly Giallo. 5. Classification society Bureau Veritas. Length 143 m. Thor Transporter (ex-Planet. Detained in 2011 in Nikolayev (Ukraine). Comorian flag. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping.983 t. Length 178 m. Built in 1973 in Gdansk (Poland) by Gdanska Lenina Shipyards. Tegra (ex-Laridea. exFour Sea. exBrandenburg). Maldives Islands flag. Sold for demolition in India. Detained in 1998 in Barcelone (Spain) and Hamburg (Germany). Detained in 2001 in Niiagata (Japan). ex-Alex G. Detained in 2003 in Constanta (Romania). Length 181 m. 3. General cargo. IMO 7310636. 5. Waadhee Moon (ex-Hee Sung. ex-Saint James Legent.Teeba (ex-Emirates 2. Sold for demolition in India. Unknown classification society. exCervinia II. IMO 6717277. 11. Detained in 2007 and 2008 in Antwerp (Belgium). Owned by Al Besher Emaa (United Arab Emirates). Built in 1970 in Murora (Japan) by Hakodate Dock. ex-Mini Lead). IMO 7529172. IMO 8500678. ex-Trader Ship. Cambodian flag. IMO 8230144.150 t. Owned by Atlantic Ice Carriers (The Netherlands). Twin (ex-Volgo-Balt 140). Sold for demolition in Turkey. Sold for demolition in Turkey. ex-Akamas. Vasiliki (ex-Agios Georgios. Sold for demolition in India. Owned by Galatia Shipping (Greece) . Unknown classification society. IMO 8428234. IMO 7021259. Owned by Northern Shipping Co (Russia). General cargo. 292 $ per ton. ex-Anemos. Owned by Lantau Link Ltd (China). Built in 1986 in Wismar (Germany) by MathiasThesen. General cargo. 504 $ per ton. Classification society Guardian Bureau Of Shipping. ex-Cervinia. Built in 1977 in Kure (Japan) by IshikawajimaHarima. Length 150 m. Built in 1986 in Gdansk (Poland) by Gdanska Lenina Shipyards. ex-R.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Detained in 2000 in Szczecin (Poland). Sold for an unknown destination of demolition.

Sold for demolition in Turkey Jolly Arancione (ex-Maersk Arizona. ex-Rosanne. IMO 7359553. Length 128 m. Built in 1975 in Steinwerder (Germany) by Blohm & Voss. Sold for demolition in China. Classification society RINA. Panamanian flag. Detained in 2010 in Jacksonville (United States).811 t. Detained in 2002 in Hamburg (Germany). ex-Evelyn Maersk). Unknown classification society. Owned by Seaway Korea Co Ltd (South Korea). Built in 1981 in Gdynia (Poland) by Komuny Paryskiej Shipyards. Classification society RINA. Detained in 2009 in Palermo (Italy). 15. Maersk Tennessee (ex-PVT Franklin J Phillips.154 t.675 t. March 2010 © Pascal Bredel Cheerleader (ex-MMM Mersey. ex-PVT. Italian flag. Sold for demolition India. in 2009 in Antwerp again and in 2010 in Rouen again. in 2004 and 2006 in Yokohama (Japan) and in 2009 in Singapore. ex-LTC Calvin P Titus. ex-Superroro 100. Diana G (ex-Kristina. ex-Sentinel I. Owned by Sunsail Shipping (Ukraine). 452 $ per ton. Detained in 2000 in Kanto (Japan). Detained in 2004 in Vladivostok (Russia). ex-Able Monarch. Built in 1983 in Usuki (Japan) by Usuki Tekkosho. IMO 8512310. ex-Aboitiz Superroro. IMO 8922541. Singapore flag. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines flag. Ro Ro. ex-Romain Delmas). Unknown classification society. Length 189 m. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. exWild Iris. Liberian flag. Built in 1989 in Warnemünde (Germany) by Warnowwerft.Harry Fisher. ex-Yudai Maru). IMO 7717169. IMO 7361180. Rouen and Bordeaux (France). 14. Charlottenburg. Detained in 2003 in Constanta (Romania). IMO 8131049. jumboized in 1984 and lengthened from 182 to 230 m. Ro Ro. Sold for demolition in India. Ro Ro.Charlottenburg (ex-Kukawa. Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai. ex-Kompozitor Dargomyzhskiy). Length 205 m. Ro Ro. Sold for demolition in India. exVera K. Ro Ro. 8. Length 125 m. Owned by Shinko Kaiun Co Ltd (Japan). Ro Ro. in 2004 in Venice (Italy). Owned by Ignazio Messina & C SpA (Italy). ex-Murom). Length 230 m. Built in 1976 in Vuosaari (Finland) by Valmet. 3. ex-Daisy. ex-Nordana Challenger. Length 224 m. Sold for demolition in India. in 2007 in Antwerp (Belgium).com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Classification society Korean Register of Shipping. IMO 7813705. Naesborg (ex-Rosario. ex-Euroshipping 2. Classification society RINA. Length 173 m. Built in 1985 in Rostock (Germany) by Neptun Schiffswerft. ex-Albert Maersk. Ship-breaking. Owned by Jutha Phakakrong Shipping (Singapore). ex-Hoegh Biscay. in 2005 in Tianjin (China) and in 2007 in Bandar Khomeini (Iran). on the Seine River. Sea Way n°6 (ex-Al Barakah. 513 $ per ton. Built in 1980 in Lindo (Denmark) by Odense Staalskibs . Ro Ro. exMagnitogorsk).840 t. United States flag.35/56 . ex-Saint-Romain. South Korean flag. 500 $ per ton. ex-Sentinel. ex-Adrian Maersk). Owned by Nordana Line A/S (Denmark).

Sold for demolition in India. ex-Bonita Ace). ex-Lvov. Viljandi (ex-Vilyandi. IMO 8705436. ex-Astro Prosperity). Heron (ex-Hero. ex-Sea Swift. Length 149 m.763 t. ex-Cast Progress. 3. IMO 7425510. Bermuda flag. ex-Realminas. Sold for demolition in India. Owned by Trans Asian Shipping Services Ltd (India). Sold for demolition in India. Built in 1986 in Numakuma (Japan) by Tsuneishi.36/56 .com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Owned by Wallem Shipmanagement Ltd (Norway). Owned by Jipeng (Fuzhou) Ship Management Co LtdCompany (China). ex-Kansai Pioneer). ex-Sinar Timur. ex-Uniroller. Built in 1995 in Szczecin (Poland) by Szczecinska. ex-Knud Jespersen). Hero.560 t. Unknown classification society. ex-Merwehaven. ex-ACX Seagull. 6. Ji Feng (ex-ACX Bizen. Built in 1981 in Kochi (Japan) by Kochi Jyuko. Detained in 2003. Length 133 m. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. IMO 8110045. November 2009. Sold for demolition in India. Saint Kitts and Nevis flag. 465 $ per ton. ex-Otto Grotewohl). Classification society American Bureau of Shipping. 515 $ per ton. Container ship Green Valley (ex-Mare Hibernum. Classification society Indian Register of Shipping. Length 174 m. Container ship. IMO 9101807. 2. 2004 et 2006 in Hong Kong and in 2009 in Bandar Abbas (Iran).Star 7 (ex-Michail Arhangelos. Zhdanov Shipyards. ex-Sachsen. IMO 8609254. Owned by Hapag-Lloyd AG (Germany). Detained in 2008 in Nagoya (Japan). Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai. Ro Ro. ex-CP Her. Ship-breaking. Bahamian flag. ex-Tunghai. Tanzanian flag. Classification society Biro Klasifikasi Indonesia. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Container ship. Indian flag. © Sim Moes Jade (ex-TMS Jade. ex-Alligator Reliance. Container ship. Container ship.503 t. Built in 1975 in Yoshiumi (Japan) by Oshima Dock. Detained in 2008 in Saldanha Bay (South Africa) and in 2009 in Haiphong (Vietnam). Ro Ro. Kanivu (ex-Dubai Ambition. 8. ex-Maenam Bridge. Length 118 m. Length 242 m. Owned by SALS Shipping Pvt Ltd (India). 14. Length 113 m. Owned by Sea Wind Maritime (Greece). ex-Livorno Senator. Sold for an unkown destination of demolition. ex-Saudi Buraydah). ex-Lykes Hero. Belize flag. IMO 7637266. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. Length 139 m. ex-ACX Jade. 2. Detained in 2010 in Hong Kong. ex-Global Sea. ex-Boris Buvin).909 t. Detained in 2009 in Houston (United States). Built in 1978 in Saint Petersburg (Russia) by A. ex-TS Keelung.016 t. Sold for demolition in India. Hong Kong flag. IMO 7740465. Container ship. Built in 1988 in Warnemünde (Germany) by Warnowwerft. in Antwerp.530 t. Built in 1979 in Copenhagen (Denmark) by B&W Skibsvaerft.

Detained in 2008 in Wellington (New Zealand) and Fremantle (Australia). 6 months later. ex-Carol Mercur).700 t.727 t. Classification society Germanischer Lloyd. 448 $ per ton. MSC Chitra (ex-Crystal 1. Length 203 m. Built in 1977 in Gdansk (Poland) by Gdanska Lenina Shipyards. August 2010 © laborratte66 / Vesseltracker MSC Namibia (ex-Cap Vilani. 8. Length 178 m. ex-Laser Stream. Sold for demolition in India. Classification society Lloyd's Register.901 t.) but also 2. ex-CP Hunter). 2011 while waiting for authorization to leave for demolition. MSC Carole (ex-Vega. ex-Zim Beijing. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. The MSC Chitra was carriyng hazardous materials (caustic soda. the 33 crewmembers were rescued but 200 of the 1. chemical products. Unknown classification society. ex-Pamina. ex-APL Crystal. Container ship. 14. 472 $ per ton.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . ex-Uruguay Express. IMO 7814838. ex-Hibiscus II. Where she arrives as Uta. Owned by MSC – Mediterranean Shipping Company (Suisse). Panamanian flag. Owned by MSC – Mediterranean Shipping Company (Suisse). exAsia Winds). Length 148 m. 13. Owned by MSC – Mediterranean Shipping Company (Suisse). IMO 7722619. August 7th. Built in 1979 in Kiel (Germany) by Howaldtswerke-DW. Detained in 2009 in Limassol (Cyprus). ex-Neptune Crystal). Length 97 m. ex-Alemania Express). the ship is finally returned to the water.Kormoran (ex-Eliana. Container ship. MSC Alpana (ex-Indfex SCI. ex-Seaboard Santiago. but on March 19th. The ship had a 75° list.662 t of fuel oil and 283 t of diesel: the hydrocarbons escaped the tanks. Oil spill and adrift containers around the MSC Chitra. ex-Oleander). Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. Ship-breaking. Owned by NKD Maritime BVI Ltd (United Kingdom). her moorings broke. ex-CGM Provence. Built in 1980 in Kure (Japan) by Ishikawajima-Harima. in 2003 in Naples (Italy) and in 2004 in Antwerp (Belgium). ex-Panayiota. Built in 1978 in Gdansk (Poland) by Gdanska Lenina Shipyards. pesticides. ex-Woermann Mercur. after two days the ship was taken under control and finally towed to be scrapped in Alang. Classification society Biro Klasifikasi Indonesia. Sold and towed for demolition in India. while leaving the port of Mumbai. Indonesian flag. Detained in 2001 in Singapore. Built in 1980 in Wismar (Germany) by Mathias-Thesen. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. etc. Built in 1978 in Shimizu (Japan) by Miho. Liberian flag. Owned by Sumber Bahari Pt (Indonésie). an oil spill polluted the seashore up to Elephanta Island whose caves are listed as a UNESCO’s world heritage site. ex-Oregon Star.419 containers of cargo were lost to the sea. 2010. ex-Sloman Mercur. Classification society Germanischer Lloyd. Panamanian flag.975 t. ex-Angela.513 t. IMO 7707671. Container ship. 6. Sold for demolition in Aliaga (Turkey). the MSC Chitra collided with the general cargo carrier Khalija 3 and capsized. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines flag. Length 231 m. IMO 7906928. 1. Lautan Arafura (ex-Green Ridge. Length 204 m.37/56 . ex-Adviser. ex-Hibiscus. Panamanian flag. Container ship. IMO 7711567. Container ship. IMO 7383906. ex-NOL Crystal. 13. Container ship.580 t.

June 2008 © Rafael Ferreira Viva Ship-breaking. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Detained in 2003 in Hong Kong and in 2004 in Vostochny (Russia). Xin He Shi Ba (ex-Xing Ning 58. Container ship. Classification society Germanischer Lloyd. ex-Cordillera Express). 9. ex-Dong XingAlexandros T. Bulk carrier Anastasia. Length 134 m. Owned by Middelbourg Trading Inc (Greece). Bulk carrier. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping.654 t. Liberian flag. Angelia (ex-Angelia P. ex-Al Samie). Built in 1981 in Niteroi (Brazil) by CCN Maua. Classification society Panama Shipping Registrar. Owned by MSC – Mediterranean Shipping Company (Suisse). IMO 7416856. Liberian flag. Detained in 2010 in Bandar Abbas (Iran). Built in 1977 in Nakskov (Denmark) by A/S Nakskov. Panamanian flag. Yong Yue 8 (ex-Singapore Glory. IMO 8501713. ex-Scandutch Ledra). Container ship. Owned by Qingdao Marine Shipping (China). Chinese flag. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. ex-Fiona). ex-Sun Canopus. Detained in 2002 in Hamburg (Germany) and Ancona (Italy) and in 2006 in Kunsan (South Korea) and Shangai (China). Sold for demolition in China.920 t. MSC Sudan (ex-Caribia Express.925 t. ex-Maria. Angelia. Classification society Germanischer Lloyd. Built in 1976 in Gdansk (Poland) by Gdanska Lenina Shipyards. 505 $ per ton. Classification society China Classification Society. Sold for demolition in China. ex-Ocean Victor. 13. Length 204 m. Container ship. IMO 7705582. IMO 8315839. Owned by Zhoushan Yongyue Shipmanagement Co (China). IMO 7383918. ex-Woermann Ulanga. Bahamian flag. IMO 7383877. Sold for demolition in China. Built in 1985 in Shanghai (China) by Zhonghua Shipyard. ex-China Express). Length 201 m. ex-Canopus. 13. Sold for demolition in India. 7. Panamanian flag. 5. ex-Ocea. Container ship. Built in 1977 in Gdansk (Poland) by Gdanska Lenina Shipyards.678 t. Sold for demolition in India. Classification society China Classification Society. Container ship. Length 168 m. Built in 1979 in Tokyo (Japan) by Ishikawajima-Harima. Owned by MSC – Mediterranean Shipping Company (Suisse). ex-CMBT America. Sold for demolition in India. Owned by CIEL Ship Management S. Detained in 2010 in Vishakhapatnam (India). Panamanian flag. IMO 7410864.706 t.38/56 . Bulk carrier. Length 112 m. Length 173 m. Length 204 m. leaving Santos (Brazil). Owned by Chartworld Shipping Corp (Greece). MSC Sierra (ex-Sierra Express. Built in 1988 in Galati (Romania) by Santierul SN.MSC Shaula (ex-Mbashi. ex-Sonelca.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . 452 $ per ton.A (Greece). ex-Piatra Olt).

515 $ per ton including 1. Panamanian flag. Built in 1982 in Ulsan (South Korea) by Hyundai Heavy Inds. in 2009 in Yantai (China) and in 2010 in Kandla (India). IMO 8010960. Built in 1982 in Constanta (Romania) by Constanta SN. Panamanian flag. IMO 8020575. 472 $ per ton. Detained in 2004 in Hong Kong (China).790 t. 12. Detained in 1997 in Aabenraa (Denmark). Italian flag. ex-Barry). Sold for demolition in China. Bulk carrier. Ship-breaking. Length 223 m. Angelucky (ex-Piemonte. in 2008 in Hamburg again and in 2009 in Hong Kong (China). Length 176 m. Classification society RINA. Built in 1979 in Gdynia (Poland) by Komuny Paryskiej Shipyards. 12. ex-Kypros Alpha. Owned by Ocean Faith International Shipping Ltd (China). ex-Leopold LD. ex-Hoegh Forum). Sold for demolition in India. Bao Tong Hai (ex-Hellas. 19. in 2006 in Marin (Spain). Detained in 2007 in Rotterdam (The Netherlands). Panamanian flag. Bulk carrier. Panamanian flag. Sold for demolition in China. Bulk carrier. Detained in 2000 in Astoria (United States). Length 280 m. Length 264 m. 17. Sold for demolition in India. ex-Agip Piemonte). ex-Shiva Mahal. 430 $ per ton.449 t. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Sold for demolition in Bangladesh.000 t of bunkers. Owned by Good Faith Shipping Co SA (Greece). Owned by Zhejiang Ocean Shipping (China). 505 $ per ton. Owned by China Shipping Guangzhou (China). Owned by Deiulemar Shipping SpA (Italy). Bora (ex-Sambor. Bulk carrier. Bulk carrier. Bulk carrier. ex-Marienvoy. Bulk carrier. Length 253 m. Built in 1987 in Monfalcone (Italy) by Fincantieri.386 t. Classification society RINA. Owned by PNO Shipmanagement Ltd (Greece). exPontedeume). IMO 7610476. Built in 1983 in Ulsan (South Korea) by Hyundai. Detained in 1999 in Quebec (Canada) and Virginia Beach (United States) and in 2002 in Quebec again. ex-Africa Unity). Detained in 2006 in Port-Headland (Australia) and in 2008 in Vancouver (Canada).178 t. Classification society RINA. Built in 1982 in Sakaide (Japan) by Kawasaki. 20. in 2005 in Hamburg (Germany).377 t.790 t. 500 $ per ton. 17. ex-Venanna. ex-La Pampa). Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. Belize flag. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. ex-Samoa. ex-Pacific Challenge). ex-Bona Forum. Panamanian flag. Built in 1982 in Keelung (Taiwan) by China Shipbuilding Corp. IMO 8010764. 475 $ per ton. Built in 1980 in Bilbao (Spain) by Astilleros del Cadagua. Brilliant Zhejiang (ex-Ioannis 2.537 t. John. Sold for an unkown destination of demolition. in 2001 in Ravena (Italy). in 2001 in Rotterdam (The Netherlands) and Ningbo (China). ex-Tali. Bravo P (ex-Charlie K. Marshall Islands flag. Ex double hull tanker converted into a bulk carrier. Detained in 2000 in Lisbon (Portugal). in 2004 in Monfalcone and Viano do Castelo (Italy) and in 2009 in Monfalcone again. Owned by International Shipping Group (Turkey). Length 230 m. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. IMO 8022511. Length 119 m. 500 $ per ton.314 t. Bulk carrier. IMO 8024521. 10. Owned by COSCO (China). Avra (ex-Borzesti). ex-Mayombe. ex-Iron Master. Owned by DND Management (Greece). ex-Teekay Forum. Length 257 m. IMO 8520484. ex-Forum Spirit. Bahamian flag. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. 22. Classification society Overseas Marine Certification Services. Sold for demolition in India. ex-Bob L. Best Fortune (ex-Nikos O. Sold for demolition in India. Length 243 m. ex-Ioannis.39/56 . Built in 1982 in Deptford (United Kingdom) by Sunderland.Angelo della Gatta (ex-St. Antoine D (ex-Nobel Forum. IMO 7930694. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. ex-Pengall). IMO 7724368.

ex-Pelopidas. Bulk carrier. Bulk carrier. Owned by Al Rashid Shipping LLC (United Arab Emirates). Panamanian flag. IMO 7501883. Built in 1984 in Tsu (Japan) by Nippon Kokan.447 t. Classification society International Naval Surveys Bureau. 480 $ per ton. Bulk carrier. 22. Built in 1982 in Marugame (Japan) by Imabari. Detained in 2002 in Ningbo (China). ex-World Eden). Comorian flag. IMO 7926021. ex-Raby S. in 2003 in Hay Point (Australia) and in 2009 in Lianyungang (China). Built in 1981 in Sakaide (Japan) by Kawasaki Heavy Inds. ex-Iron Newcastle). Cape Santa Esperanca (ex-Great Moon.Buena Vista (ex-Jujo Maru). Owned by Qingdao FushunShip Management Co Ltd (China). Owned by Ace Worldwide Management Pte Ltd (Singapore). ex-Itel Polaris. ex-Lowlands Yarra. Owned by TMT Co Ltd (Taiwan). Sold for demolition in India. Built in 1985 in Kure (Japan) by Ishikawajima-Harima. Built in 1977 in Nagasaki (Japan) by Mitsubishi. 465 $ per ton. Owned by Bulcom Ltd (Cyprus). Camriz (ex-Star Xingang. Owned by Cyprus Maritime Co Ltd (Greece). ex-Challenger.250 t. ex-Karen D. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. 3. Bulk carrier. 12. Built in 1978 in Ariake (Japan) by Hitachi Zosen. 460 $ per ton. in 2007 in Murmansk (Russia) and in 2009 in Xiamen (China). Maltese flag. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Bulk carrier.000 t. Cyprus flag. Sold for demolition in India. Length 224 m. 20. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. ex-Kohkisan. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. Bulk carrier. 488 $ per ton. Tuvalu flag. ex-Pearl Corona). 535 $ per ton including 1. exOceanus Campaigner). Classification society Korean Register of Shipping.40/56 . 7. Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai. Bulk carrier. Cape Cosmos (ex-Eden. ex-Kohkisan Maru ). ex-Helen Schulte). Length 283 m. IMO 8204444. Built in 1976 in Hakata (Japan) by Watanabe Zosen. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Length 117 m. Ship-breaking. Classification society Bulgarski Koraben Registar. ex-Yamahime Maru). Caravos Galaxy inbound Ijmuiden seaports (The Netherlands). IMO 8010855.981 t. Sold for demolition in India. Length 186 m. Sold for an unkown destination of demolition.000 t of bunkers. in 2004 in Amsterdam (The Netherlands) and in 2010 in Ningbo (China). ex-Wildcat. Detained in 2000 in Amsterdam (The Netherlands).068 t. 21. Length 199 m. Tuvalu flag. Bulk carrier. in 2002 in Manilla (Philippines) and in 2009 in Belfast (United Kingdom). Sold for demolition in India. ex-Rabee S. Length 270 m.667 t. Detained in 2001 in Hamburg (Germany). IMO 8324115. Length 270 m.581 t. Comorian flag. IMO 7527186. Captain Said (ex-Kareem F. IMO 8412443. Owned by Singapore Star Shipping Pte Ltd (Singapore). Detained in Australia en 2003 in Newcastle and in 2005 in Abbot Point. Built in 1985 in Imari (Japan) by Namura.967 t. 455 $ per ton including 500 t of bunkers. Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai. Cape Santa Milagria (ex-Boss. Caravos Galaxy (ex-Nyon. she actually arrived in Chittagong (Bangladesh) on April 12th. 487 $ per ton. October 2006 © Tender / Shipspotting Challen (ex-Challenger II. Detained in 2003 in Constanta (Romania) and in 2007 in Odessa (Ukraine). Detained in 2002 in Dampier (Australia). Detained in 2000 in Hamburg (Germany) and in 2009 in Vancouver (Canada). IMO 7612735. Owned by Ocean Ship Management (India). Length 273 m.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . 17. 16. Panamanian flag. Sold for demolition in China.

Length 277 m. Liberian flag. ex-Gongola Hope. Length 289 m. March 2009. in 2006 in Port Headland (Australia). Sold for demolition in China. 3. 475 $ per ton.776 t. Classification society Vietnam Register of Shipping. 25. ex-Oyashima Maru). Derya 2 (ex-Med Bulker I. Sold for an unkown destination of demolition. Panamanian flag. in 2007 in Rotterdam (The Netherlands) and in 2008 in Ningbo (China).592 t. ex-Elma Seis. 1999 and 2000 in Novorossiysk (Russia). ex-Steinhoft). IMO 8017827. 397 $ per ton. Length 147 m. Detained in 2010 in Rizhao (China). Length 260 m. Bulk carrier. Owned by Vale SA (Brazil). Owned by Chinese Maritime Transport Ltd (China). Bulk carrier. Detained in 2001 in Aabenraa (Denmark) and in 2003 and 2005 in Newcastle (Australia). Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) © Cesar T. in 2005 in Piraeus (Greece) and Tuapse again. IMO 8317801. Built in 1986 in Angra dos Reis (Brazil) by Verolme do Brasil. Owned by Vinaship JSC (Vietnam). twice in 2007 and then in 2010 in Nikolayev (Ukraine) and in 2010 in Yuzhnyy (Russia). Built in 1986 in Kaohsiung (Tawain) by China Shipbuilding Corp. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping.41/56 . ex-Santa Martina). Classification society Panama Shipping Registrar. Length 129 m. ex-Irapua). Classification society Indian Register of Shipping. Owned by Vale SA (Brazil). IMO 8317796. Sold as is in Vietnam for demolition in China.925 t. port of Sepetiba.208 t. Hong Kong flag. Vietnamese flag. in 2004 in Novorossiysk again. Sold as is in Singapore for demolition in Bangladesh where she was beached as « Chand ». Built in 1981 in Nagasaki (Japan) by Mitsubishi. Deflagged from India to Comoros for her last journey.200 t. Classification society American Bureau of Shipping. IMO 8420593. China Prosperity. Built in 1978 in Kiel (Germany) by Howaldtswerke-DW.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois .Chandi Prasad (ex-Jasmin Joy. 466 $ per ton including 733 t of bunkers. 23. Built in 1978 in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) by Caneco. Chilean flag. Built in 1986 in Angra dos Reis (Brazil) by Verolme do Brasil. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Bulk carrier. Doceriver. ex-Eurobulker III. 20. 18. Classification society American Bureau of Shipping. Bulk carrier. Neves Ship-breaking.939 t. Bulk carrier. IMO 7619329. Doceriver. Owned by Chilena Transmares (Chile). Built in 1974 in Kure (Japan) by Kanda. Owned by Horizon Denizcilik (Turkey). Sold for demolition in India. 476 $ per ton including 843 t of bunkers. IMO 7433323. ex-Jasmin. Sold for demolition in China. 485 $ per ton including 600 t of bunkers. Copihue (ex-Atair. Chuong Dong (ex-Norway Islands. in 2001 in Ravena (Italy) and Tuapse (Russia). Ship-breaking in South America lack traceability. ex-Thor I. Length 135 m. 3. Length 277 m. Sold for demolition in China. Detained in 1998. 500 $ per ton. Liberian flag. Detained in 2002 in Hamburg (Germany). IMO 7370430. Owned by Essar Shipping (India). Detained in 1997 in Aabenraa (Denmark) and in 2005 in Amsterdam (The Netherlands). Bulk carrier minéralier. Docebay. Bulk carrier.

42/56 . Classification society Bureau Veritas. Deflagged from Hong Kong to Tuvalu for her last journey. Built in 1983 in Ulsan (South Korea) by Hyundai. Detained in 1998 in Baie Comeau (Canada) and in 2006 in Klaipeda (Lithuania). ex-New Market. Detained in 2004 in Saint-John (Canada) and in 2006 in Constanta (Romania). IMO 8024375. in 2005 in Lisbon (Portugal). General Dabrowski (ex-Lake Mead). Built in 1977 in Landskrona (Sweden) by Gotaverken Oresunds.502 t. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Detained in 2003 in Naples (Italy). ex-Iguassu. IMO 7433658. in 2003 in Tianjin. 450 $ per ton. ex-Longevity. ex-Bona Fulmar. exInverlock). IMO 7637864. ex-Norman Maas). Owned by Dalnave Navigation (Greece). Sold for demolition in Pakistan. ex-Xin Hai. Detained in 2006 in Tianjin (China). ex-Mare di Kara. Length 242 m. Bulk carrier.300 t of bunkers. Eleftheria D (ex-Friendship. Sold for demolition in China. Built in 1983 in Koje (South Korea) by Samsung. IMO 8028137. Detained in 2007 in Port Talbot (United Kingdom).356 t. ex-Cielo Di Singapore. Owned by Stanships Inc (Greece). Owned by COSCO (China). IMO 7929499.206 t. 498 $ per ton including 1. Built in 1982 in Varna (Bulgaria) by Georgi Dimitrov shipyards. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Owned by Ever Link Maritime Co Ltd (China). ex-Rex Frienship. 10.502 t. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. 10. Five Stars Pioneer (ex-Celeste. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Panamanian flag.Warskiego Szczecinska.Eiren (ex-Iolcos Leader. Ship-breaking. Sold as is in Shangai for demolition in China. Fortune (ex-East Fortune. Bulk carrier. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Owned by Polska Zegluga Morska PP (Poland). Bulk carrier. Frotargentina. 18. Panamanian flag. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. ex-Nevada. 11. Owned by Golden Union Shipping Co SA (Greece). 17. Etoile (ex-Mega Dale. Greek flag. Bulk carrier. Bulk carrier. in 2008 in Pohang (South Korea) and in 2010 in Guangzhou (China) and Mokpo (South Korea). Length 224 m. in 2006 in Koper (Slovenia) and three times in 2009 in New Orleans (United States). Flag Tom (ex-Dimitris A. Panamanian flag. Length 225 m. Built in 1982 in Szczecin (Poland) by A. Ever Express (ex-Mommy Duckling. ex-NS Alliance). in 2005 in Zhanjiang (China). IMO 7405687. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. 8. Panamanian flag. 9. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. Sold for demolition in Turkey. 500 $ per ton. Owned by Hanxing Shipmanagement Co Ltd (China). IMO 7716153. ex-Evgenia. Owned by Graneis Do Brasil Maritima Ltd (Brazil). ex-Tongala). Detained in 2002 in Dampier (Australia).700 t. ex-Manila Triumph. Built in 1982 in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) by EMAQ. ex-Serafina F). Bulk carrier. 12. Bulk carrier. Classification society Bureau Veritas. Length 198 m. Cyprus flag. IMO 7617204. Built in 1978 in Tsurumi (Japan) by Nippon Kokan. Sold for demolition in India. Built in 1981 in Kudamatsu (Japan) by Kasado Docks. ex-Lake Oneida. ex-Powstaniec Warszawski). Detained in 2009 in Hong Kong. Panamanian flag. ex-Continental Friendship). Length 194 m. IMO 7925883. Owned by Hongkong Extensive Ocean (China). Bulk carrier.018 t. ex-Hoegh Fulmar). Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. Sold for an unkown destination of demolition. Length 193 m. ex-Salzburg.949 t. 497 $ per ton.744 t. Brazilian flag.865t. Length 238 m. Owned by Good Faith Shipping Co (Greece). IMO 8124292. Bulk carrier. Built in 1977 in (Japan) by Hitachi. Length 223 m. Length 198 m. Length 267 m. 8. Classification society RINA. ex-Teekay Fulmar. 12. Built in 1982 in Castellammare (Italy) by Italcantieri.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Fengzhou 5 (ex-Leon I.719 t. Classification society Polski Regestr Statkow. Panamanian flag. Bulk carrier. Detained in 2003 in Tarragona (Spain) and in 2008 in Rotterdam (The Netherlands). ex-North Giant.

Gladstone (Australia) and Rotterdam (The Netherlands) . 6. Classification society Germanischer Lloyd. IMO 8001787. Detained in 2000 in Singapore and in 2006 in Ningbo (China). ex-Norhaven. IMO 8010453. Detained in 2004 in Reserve. IMO 8107567. 3. 530 $ per ton. Bulk carrier. Hyundai Island. Owned by Polembros Shipping Ltd (Greece). IMO 8512073.951 t. Sold for demolition in China. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. ex-Tamarin).323 t. Length 199 m. India. Bulk carrier. Classification society Bulgarski Koraben Registar. Louisiane (United States) and in 2007 in Piraeus (Greece). Hamburg Team (ex-Hen Shung. ex-Tarpon Sun). Length 176 m. 485 $ per ton including 180 t of bunkers. 3. ex-Niki S. 490 $ per ton.43/56 . Length 274 m. Sold for demolition in India. Bulk carrier. ex-Kinsale.727 t. ex-Bayu). 444 $ per ton. Built in 1977 in Osaka (Japan) by Namura. Detained in Australia in 2005 in Hay Point and in 2008 in Gladstone. Bulk carrier. Sold for demolition in Mumbai. Built in 1980 in Gdynia (Poland) by Komuny Paryskiej Shipyards. Bulk carrier. IMO 8419609. Classification society Bureau Veritas. Golden Huayang (ex-J Safe. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. ex-Rhombus. Length 97 m. Built in 1982 in Sestao (Spain) by AESA. Detained in 2008 in Port Headland (Australia) and in 2009 in Las Palmas (Spain). Length 117 m. ex-Fauna F. Owned by Fujian Gangxiang Shipping Co Ltd (China). Sold for demolition in Pakistan.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois .790 t. Owned by Horizon Gemiisletmeciligi (Turkey). Hamoudi F (ex-Hala. Classification society Turk Loydu. Bulk carrier. Classification society Korean Register of Shipping. Owned by COSCO (China). Saint Vincent and the Grenadines flag. Liberian flag. Sold for demolition in India. Classification society Panama Shipping Registrar. ex-Wachau. ex-Madredeus. Detained in 2002 in Hamburg (Germany). Ikuna (ex-Wallarah).Glory (ex-Glory Shangai. Detained in Italy in 2006 in La Spezia and in 2010 in Palermo. Built in 1975 in Hakata (Japan) by Watanabe Zosen. 9. 7. Georgian flag. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines flag. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. Bulk carrier. ex-Mohamed S. Built in 1976 in Hakata (Japan) by Watanabe Zosensho. 16. ex-Bergo). Good News (ex-Ikan Tongkol). Bulk carrier. ex-Polychronis). Sold for demolition in India.400 t. Owned by Sea Star Ships Management Co Ltd (China). Built in 1986 in Ube (Japan) by Ube Docks. Owned by Hyundai Merchant Marine Co Ltd (South Korea).200 t. in 2005 in Constanta (Romania) and in 2010 in Thessaloniki (Greece). IMO 7501869.020 t. Sold for demolition in India. Bulk carrier. Good Trade (ex-Jag Vikas. ex-Lucinda. Island Queen (ex-Marah –F. Built in 1981 in Ulsan (South Korea) by Hyundai. Built in 1986 in Ulsan (South Korea) by Hyundai. Owned by Inco Ships Pty Ltd (Australia). ex-Amazon). Owned by FGM Shipmanagement Co Ltd (United Kingdom). ex-Mina S. Ship-breaking. Length 117 m. Owned by Barhoum Maritime (Syria). Georgian flag. Deflagged from Panama to Comoros for her last journey. exPenbreuzh. IMO 7625732. IMO 7628203. 485 $ per ton. Length 266 m. Owned by HBC Hamburg Bulk Carriers GmbH (Germany). Tonga flag. Built in 1982 in Varna (Bulgaria) by Georgi Dimitrov Shipyards.062 t. ex-Nordmark). 20. Panamanian flag. IMO 8118803. Turkish flag.865 t. 470 $ per ton. Horizon 1 (ex-Athina. Length 270 m. ex-Cape Brazil. South Korean flag. Detained in 2007 twice in Bandar Abbas (Iran) and in 2009 in Nanjing (China). Classification society China Classification Society.119 t. Built in 1982 in Nagasaki (Japan) by Mitsubishi. ex-Dyvi Atlantic. Bulk carrier. Classification society Bureau Veritas. ex-Papu. Detained in 2004 in Hamburg (Germany). IMO 7501792. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. Length 177 m. 10. 2. 22. ex-Themistocles Petrakis. Detained in 2010 in Paradip (India). Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Length 185 m.

Length 168 m. Company (Vietnam). 438 $ per ton.000 t. Detained in 2002 in Trieste (Italy). Length 184 m. Deflagged from Japan to Panama for her last journey. Indian flag. 500 $ per ton. Owned by Zodiac Maritime Agencies Ltd (United Kingdom).265 t. Ship-breaking.486 t. Bulk carrier. Kun Peng (ex-Dina. 24. Sold for demolition in India. Owned by DND Management (Greece). Bahamian flag. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. 510 $ per ton. 487 $ per ton. Built in 1982 in Kobe (Japan) by Kawasaki. IMO 7611676. Bulk carrier. ex-Pan Edvarda. IMO 8026165. Built in 1982 in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) by Caneco. Lambert Maru.357 t. 10. ex-Ocean Jade. Bulk carrier. ex-Agia Sofia. ex-Tu king. Built in 1978 in Mihara (Japan) by Koyo DY Co. Built in 1977 in Göteborg (Sweden) by Eriksbergs SV.690 t. Detained twice in 2009 in Vungtau (Vietnam). Ore carrier. 7. ex-Hector. Detained in 2008 in Marseille (France) and in 2010 in Zhoushan (China). Mongolian flag. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. Sold for demolition in India. Owned by New Asian Shipping Co Ltd (Hong Kong). ex-Berge Gdynia). Classification society Vietnam Register of Shipping. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. China). Bulk carrier. Owned by Dalan Shenghua Ship Management (China). Length 174 m. 500 $ per ton. Built in 1986 in Nagasaki (Japan) by Mitsubishi. Built in 1978 in Mihara (Japan) by Koyo DY Co. Classification society Isthmus Bureau of Shipping.S. IMO 8018170. Built in 1981in Chiba (Japan) by Mitsui. ex-Corfu Bay. ex-Tina. actually this ex tanker was converted into a bulk carrier and went on sailing until she was sold for demolition in Turkey. IMO 8608949. ex-Florida Maru). 23. IMO 7419341. Jebel E Rahmat (ex-Argenmar Madryn. Built in 1986 in Gdynia (Poland) by Komuny Paryskiej Shipyards. Sold for demolition in Jiangyin (China). Panamanian flag. Lok Rajeshwari (ex-Jagat Rajeshwari). Bulk carrier. 6. 7. ex-Scan Progress). Classification society International Naval Surveys Bureau. IMO 7608344. ITC Express (ex-Abg Keshava.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . ex-Amazon). IMO 8114144. Built in 1988 in Visakhapatnam (India) by Hindustan. ex-Darin Naree. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. Kyushu Star (ex-Kitaura Maru). Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai. ex-Grand Hickory). Built in 1977 in Kudamatsu (Japan) by Kasado Docks. Unknown classification society. Mongolian flag. IMO 7914975. Length 250 m. 16. 18. Panamanian flag. ex-Cape Comorin. ex-Pearl Grace. Bulk carrier. Kenryu Maru. ex-Inland). Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai. Owned by China Shipping Group (China). Bulk carrier.S. Classification society Vietnam Register of Shipping. Owned by International Transportation & Trading J. Comorian flag. Length 200 m. Liberian flag. Length 270 m. IMO 7701146.660 t. ex-Sandra C. IMO 7915632. Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai.229 t. ex-Mayasan Maru). Length 250 m. The Lian Chi was supposed to have been broken up in China in June 2007. ex-Lynncraig. Owned by Topway Shipping Ltd (Hong Kong. ex-Omegaventure L. Bulk carrier. Owned by International Transportation & Trading J. Panamanian flag. Length 174 m. Classification society American Bureau of Shipping. Sold for demolition in China. ex-Jupiter Lily. Sold for demolition in China. Owned by Shipping Company of India – SCI (India).456 t. ex-Loxandra. Detained in 2009 in Vishakhapatnam (India). Owned by Hachiuma Steamship Co Ltd (Japan). Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai. Length 299 m. Company (Vietnam).44/56 . Lian Chi (ex-Theben. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. Bulk carrier. 470 $ per ton. IMO 8200448. ex-Brilliant Corners. ex-Arrow Gdynia. Chinese flag. Length 170 m.408 t.ITC Dragon (ex-Pacific Sky. Bulk carrier. Built in 1987 in Tsu (Japan) by Nippon KK. Length 297 m. Jack D (ex-Sachuest. 7. Détenu in China en 2010 in Shanghai et Zhoushan. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. ex-Florida. Kingsway II (ex-Dura. ex-Handy Commander. ex-Crown Inland. ex-Ellispontos. 460 $ per ton.

23. Markarid (ex-Iran Dayanat. Length 270 m. Owned by Polembros Shipping Ltd (Greece). Bulk carrier. Length 172 m. IMO 7926019. IMO 8412455.900 t. Bulk carrier. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. (Australia). Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Owned by Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines . Built in 1975 in Emden (Germany) by Rheinstahl Nordsee. United States flag.250 t. Panamanian flag. Bulk carrier. Sold for demolition in India. Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai. Built in 1981 in Sakaide (Japan) by Kawasaki. Minos. Built in 1982 in Sestao (Spain) by AESA. Built in 1981 in Tsu (Japan) by NKK corp. Owned by Good Faith Shipping Co (Greece). Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Bulk carrier. in 2003 in Aarhus (Denmark) and in 2004 in Belfast (United Kingdom). ex-Iron Kembla). Sold for demolition in China. ex-Federal Hunter). Saint Kitts and Nevis flag. Owned by Sealift Inc (United States). Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. Length 283 m. Built in 1976 in Sevilla (Spain) by Astilleros Espanoles. Panamanian flag. Detained in 2000 in Zhanjiang (China). ©Rafael Martinez Bescos Marilyn (ex-Overseas Marilyn. ex-Esperanza).456 t. Length 199 m. ex-K Prime. Ship-breaking. Maltese flag.Malaga (ex-SAC Malaga). ex-Marine Hunter.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois .IRISL (Iran). ex-World Light). Length 190 m. 28. 10. Bulk carrier. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. In March 2011. IMO 8107579. 22. 8. 17. the Mineral Chile was deflagged from Panama to Comoros and beached for demolition in Bangladesh as «Chill 1». Built in 1978 in Maizuru (Japan) by Hitachi. Detained in 2009 in Dangjin (South Korea). Merit Land (ex-Star Yantai.953 t. Classification society American Bureau of Shipping. Mineral Chile (ex-RM Hunter. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. Comorian flag. Detained in 1999 in Long Beach (United States) and in 2000 in Port Walcott. IMO 7361142. Classification society RINA. Bulk carrier. 528 $ per ton. IMO 7916595. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Iranian flag. Mykonos (ex-Shin Ogishima Maru). 6. Bulk carrier. Matrix (ex-Prima II. Classification society Polski Regestr Statkow. Bulk carrier. Panamanian flag. Owned by COSCO (China). IMO 7387093. 507 $ per ton. Sold for demolition in India. IMO 7923964.838 t. Built in 1984 in Hoboken (Belgium) by Boelwerf. Owned by Ership SAU (Spain). 455 $ per ton including 500 t of bunkers. 490 $ per ton. Owned by Navegadora Transpacifica SA (Greece).880 t.45/56 .102 t. 515 $ per ton. Length 227 m. Length 300 m. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. Length 289 m. IMO 7516967. Built in 1986 in Kure (Japan) by Ishikawajima-Harima. ex-Odinlock).

Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. exCastillo de Javier). 450 $ per ton. IMO 7628356. ex-Green Maya). Lisbon (Portugal) and Gibraltar (United Kingdom) and in 2007 in Zhoushan (China). Classification society American Bureau of Shipping. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. in 2007 in Liverpool (United Kingdom) and Vancouver (Canada) and in 2010 in China in Guangzhou. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. Owned by Karlog Shipping Co Ltd (Greece). Length 223 m.771 t. 10. Length 241 m.856 t. Bulk carrier. ex-Elli B. ex-Lagada Star. Pemi (ex-Propontis. Her delivery is scheduled in May. ex-Hilon of Sparta. Detained in 2009 in Cartagena (Spain).194 t. IMO 7908809.874 t. Australia. Owned by Cyprus Maritime Co Ltd (Greece). Classification society Korean Register of Shipping. ex-Forum Product. Ocean Charlie (ex. in 2004 in Bristol (United Kingdom). Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. Pistis (ex-Spartacus I. 13. Sold for demolition in India. IMO 8124266. Detained in 2004 in Constanta (Romania). 13. Saint Kitts and Nevis flag. Built in 1980 in Kochi (Japan) by Kochi Jyuko. Owned by Saigon Maritime J SC Ltd (Vietnam). ex-Cerro Bolivar). Ocean Park. Bulk carrier. Bulk carrier. Length 200 m. IMO 7911662. Classification society Bureau Veritas. 510 $ per ton.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Bulk carrier. Owned by STX Pan Ocean (South Korea). Sold for demolition in India. Length 230 m. Bulk carrier. Detained in 2007 in Saint Petersburg (Russia) and in 2009 in Zhangjiagang (China). No classification society according to her last port State control. South Korean flag. October 2010 © Tropic Maritime Photos Panamax Ride (ex-Panamax Pride. Built in 1980 in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) by Caneco. ex-Laura G. Built in 1980 in Mihara (Japan) by Koyo Dockyard. ex-Tiger Cape. 11. Bulk carrier. IMO 7903275. Length 142 m. Built in 1978 in Uraga (Japan) by Sumitomo. Owned by Larus SA (Greece). Owned by Chian Spirit Maritime Enterprises Inc (China). in 2000 in Brindisi (Italy) and in 2002 in Qinhuangdao (China). Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai. Ship-breaking.Napoleon (ex-Rider. 25. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. 9. The Ocean Park.243 t. Built in 1984 in Angra dos Reis (Brazil) by Verolme do Brasil. Owned by Taaz General Trading & Shipping Co (United Arab Emirates). Liberian flag.SHC Pioneer. Detained in 2002 in Taragona (Spain).760 t. ex-Canaveral. ex-francois Venture). Saint Vincent and the Grenadines flag.402 t. 521 $ per ton. Detained in 1998 in Quebec (Canada). IMO 8416700. Hay Point. ex-Doceangra. Detained in 1998 in Rotterdam (The Netherlands) and Kotka (Finland). Classification society Bureau Veritas. Length 287 m. Built in 1986 in Okpo (South Korea) by Daewoo. Rizhao et Fuzhou. Panamanian flag. 530 $ per ton. Sierra Leone flag. Nicholas M (ex-Med Unity. Bulk carrier. Length 189 m. IMO 7433452. ex-Olympic Glow. in 2006 in Tianjin (China) and in 2008 in Lumut (Malaysia). 470 $ per ton. Cyprus flag. Built in 1981 in Sestao (Spain) by AESA. ex-Lily). ex-Annie Sierra.46/56 . Sold as is in South Korea for demolition in Bangladesh. ex-Rafaela). 6.

IMO 8010477. IMO 7718242. ex-Cape Equinox. 407 $ per ton. 453 $ per ton. Bulgarian flag. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. 11. 495 $ per ton.335 t. Owned by Swedish Management Co SA (United Arab Emirates). IMO 8126769. 4. 5. ex-Iolcos History. Built in 1978 in Varna (Bulgaria) by Georgi Dimitrov shipyards. Detained in 1999 in Antwerp (Belgium) and in 2001 in Sandnessjoen (Norway). 455 $ per ton. Classification society Bulgarski Koraben Registar. Maltese flag. Sold for demolition in China. Built in 1989 in Visakhapatnam (India) by Hindustan Shipyard. Built in 1978 in Toyama (Japan) by Nippon KK. ex-Al Samad). Bulk carrier. 8. Length 185 m. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. IMO 7632929. IMO 7708716. Rock Express 1 (ex-Mercan A. Built in 1977 in Kure (Japan) by Ishikawajima-Harima. IMO 8000604. Owned by Larus SA (Greece). Detained in 2009 in Vishakhapatnam(India) and Bandar Khomeini (Iran). Saint Kitts and Nevis flag. ex-Nea Tyhi). Owned by Chartworld Shipping Corp (Greece). Length 180 m.103 t. Maltese flag. Classification society Bureau Veritas. Detained in 2003 in Bilbao (Spain) and Novorossiysk (Russia).590 t.278 t. 380 $ per ton. 6. 468 $ per ton including 700 t of bunkers. Sotiria (ex-Meghna. ex-Spiliada). Owned by Bramco Wll (Bahrein). Detained in 2001 in Naples (Italy). ex-Paxi. Owned by Emirates Trading Agency LLC (United Arab Emirates). Bulk carrier. Built in 1978 in Yokohama (Japan) by Mitsubish. Situs Star (ex-Situs. Bulk carrier. 470 $ per ton including bunkers for the last journey. Slavianka. Classification society American Bureau of Shipping. 470 $ per ton. Built in 1977 in Varna (Bulgaria) by Georgi Dimitrov shipyards. Ship-breaking. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Owned by Marine Fleet Management Pvt Ltd (Pakistan). Sold for demolition in India. ex-Titus. Classification society American Bureau of Shipping. Built in 1978 in Hakodate (Japan) by Hakodate Docks. 21. Detained in 2003 in Qinhuangdao (China).611 t. Built in 1978 in Yokohama (Japan) by Mitsubishi. Owned by Narval Shipping Corporation (Greece). Length 192 m. Santa Catarina (ex-Themis. Panamanian flag. Sea Daisy (ex-Gizan Glory. Detained in 2006 in Silvertown (United Kingdom). Sold for demolition in India. Sold for demolition in India. Bulk carrier. Built in 1982 in Ulsan (South Korea) by Hyundai. Detained in 2002 in Long Beach (United States). Length 185 m. Sold as is in Varna (Bulgaria) for demolition in Bangladesh.617 t. Pavillon Saint-Vincent-et-Grenadines. Rila. ex-Santa Vitoria Maru). Maltese flag.Ricsun (ex-Australian Fame II. ex-Yuko Maru). Bulk carrier. Bulk carrier. Length 266 m. Cyprus flag. 510 $ per ton. in 2006 in Amsterdam (The Netherlands) and in 2010 in Kandla (India). Bulk carrier. 7. Length 199 m. Owned by Bulgare Navigation (Bulgaria). Classification society Bureau Veritas. Length 185 m. Classification society Bulgarski Koraben Registar. Classification society American Bureau of Shipping. Built in 1981 in Numakuma (Japan) by Tsuneishi. Rising Spirit (ex-Lok Prakash). in 2007 in Hong Kong and in 2009 in Jiangyin (China). Length 164 m. Bulk carrier.981 t. Bulk carrier. Length 152 m. Sold for demolition in India. ex-Equinox). Bulk carrier.073 t. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. Owned by Bulgare Navigation (Bulgaria).47/56 .127 t. IMO 7808982. Panamanian flag. ex-Yuko. Bulgarian flag. 12. ex-Australian Fame. Owned by KD Ocean Co Ltd (South Korea). 7. IMO 7721316. Detained in 2004 in Dampier (Australia). Seastar (ex-Stefanis. ex-Yohkoh Maru). Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai. Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai. IMO 7632761. ex-Australian Fame I. 6. Detained in 2003 in Singapore. ex-ICL Raja Rajan. Length 228 m.653 t. IMO 7607596.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois .

Length 197 m. Sold for demolition in India. Bulk carrier. Detained in 2009 in Sevastopol(Ukraine) and in 2010 in Samsun (Turkey). Built in 1982 in Sevilla (Spain) by AESA. Sold for demolition in India. ex-California I. Bulk carrier. Length 315 m. Panamanian flag. IMO 7900704.Sound Proodos (ex-Mount Troodos. Sold for demolition in India. Built in 1977 in Tsurumi (Japan) by Nippon KK. Length 223 m. ex-Torgnes). Sold for demolition in Turkey. ex-Lake Eyre). Owned by Athenian Ship Management Inc (Greece). Built in 1978 in Göteborg (Sweden) by Gotaverken.550 t. Owned by Moral Power International (China). ex-Hoei Maru). 13. ex-Kin Ip). Ship-breaking. ex-Amanda. ex-Amemptos. 455 $ per ton. ex-Apostolovo. Comorian flag. Speed Power (ex-Aquila.088 t. ex-Muskiz. 515 $ per ton. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. Bulk carrier. ex-California. Owned by Unimor Shipping Agency (Ukraine). ex-Aquamarine. IMO 7626384. Sold for demolition in China. Classification society Panama Shipping Registrar. Star Carrier (ex-Alltrans.667 t. St.612 t. Detained in 2000 in Port Headland (Australia). IMO 8124773. Domenica flag. IMO 8112421. Built in 1982 in Sakaide (Japan) by Kawasaki. 12. Liberian flag. 9. Detained in 2003 in Port Hedland (Australia). Length 113 m. Length 148 m. IMO 8321890. Bulk carrier. Detained in 2007 in Portland (United States. Owned by Blue Ocean Maritime Inc (Greece). Built in 1982 in Kaohsiung (Taiwan) by China SB Corp. 7.050 t. ex-Ellin. 28. Tina M (ex-Amolyntos. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Built in 1984 in Oktyabrskoye (Russia) by Okean. 8. Comorian flag. Owned by TJ Shipping & Logistics (United Arab Emirates). Built in 1985 in Shimonoseki (Japan) by Mitsubishi. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Unknown classification society. Length 215 m. IMO 8125569. 442 $ per ton. Length 228 m. 5. Maltese flag. exArrow Pearl. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Panamanian flag. Maltese flag. Detained in 2010 in Ulsan South Korea. Owned by Polembros Shipping Ltd (Greece). ex-Oak Pearl). 450 $ per ton. Bulk carrier. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. Sold for demolition in India Tinos Warrior (ex-New Harvest. TJ Andromeda (ex-Sunny Falcon. 3.170 t. IMO 7623095. ex-Julia. ex-TNT Alltrans). Svyatoy Mikhail (ex-Antoine).960 t. IMO 8227795. Bulk carrier. Detained in 1999 in Savona (Italy) and in 2007 in Milos (Greece). Detained in 2007 in Leghorn (Italy). Detained in 1999 in Belfast (United Kingdom) and 2004 in Vancouver (Canada). ex-Berica. Tara 1 (ex-Qatar Sadiq. Length 185 m. exAmandine). Panamanian flag. 12. Bulk carrier. ex-Askania Nova. ex-World Themis. ex-Akademik Bakulev). IMO 7533111. Tradenes (ex-Enterprise. ex-Kyokusho Maru).48/56 . Classification society American Bureau of Shipping. Owned by Fedcom Shipping (Ukraine). 9. Classification society Isthmus Bureau of Shipping. Bulk carrier. Owned by AJ Ship Management GMBH (Germany). 322 $ per ton. Built in 1979 in Tamano (Japan) by Mitsui. Panamanian flag. ex-Lemona. Owned by ASP Shipmanagement Ltd (United Kingdom). IMO 8019526. ex-Eptalofos. Bulk carrier. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. Length 189 m. 475 $ per ton. The Sound Proodos had been « waiting for instructions » in Chittagong since March 17th but left and was finally beached for demolition in Gadani (Pakistan) on April 22th.382 t.273 t. Built in 1978 in Hiroshima (Japan) by Mitsubishi. Built in 1983 in Innoshima (Japan) by Hitachi Zosen. Bulk carrier. Stephan (ex-Svyatoy Stefan. Sold as is in Singapore for demolition in India. in 2004 in Okgye (South Korea) and in 2008 in Zoushan (China). Length 191 m.710 t.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . 480 $ per ton including 800 t of bunkers.

Length 224 m. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. ex-Kydonia. ex-Shabo. Length 289 m. Built in 1978 in Ariake (Japan) by Hitachi. in 2005 in Ploce (Croatia). Panamanian flag. 11. ex-Tomis Faith. Built in 1977 in Kochi (Japan) by Kochi Jyuko. Detained in 2002 in Belfast (United Kingdom).643 t. Classification society Panama Maritime Documentation Services. 487 $ per ton. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. Owned by Baru Kaha Inc (Greece). Vigsnes (ex-Iron Sturt). ex-Punta. ex-China Steel Team). Bulk carrier. IMO 7526687. Detained in 2000 in Newcastle (Australia). ex-Uranus). ex-Mimi Selmer. 2006 and 2009 in Hong Kong. Bulk carrier. ex-Mikolady. in 2007 in Guangzhou and in 2008 in Huanghua. Chinese flag. Built in 1977 in Aioi (Japan) by Ishikawajima-Harima.229 t. Panamanian flag. Welly (ex-Zhao Shan. IMO 7620548. 20. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Owned by Fuzhou Minlun Shipping Co Ltd (China). Panamanian flag. Xin Zhejiang (ex-Green Zhejiang. Detained in 2002 in Amsterdam (The Netherlands) and in 2009 in Nikolayev (Ukraine). IMO 8128731. Panamanian flag. ex-Carlo M). Sold for demolition in India. Length 187 m. Built in 1987 in Mangalia (Romania) by 2 Mai Mangalia. Sold for demolition in China. Bulk carrier. Length 146 m. Panamanian flag. Bulk carrier.461 t. 432 $ per ton. 24. Zheng Yi (ex-CSE Wisdom. Sold for demolition in India.115 t. ex-Kea. Yamak Trader (ex-Osios David. ex-Coral). Length 224 m. ex-Rodanthi. ex-Inzhener Parkhonyuk. Owned by Way East Shipping (Taiwan).com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Classification society China Classification Society. 9. 455 $ per ton. ex-Sweet Sultan). 17. Classification society American Bureau of Shipping. 7. Built in 1984 in Kaohsiung (Taiwan) by China Shipbuilding Corp. Built in 1979 in Kure (Japan) by Ishikawajima-Harima. Xiang He 1 (ex-Yialia. ex-Torm Helene). Bulk carrier. Owned by Nav Star Management Co (Syria). IMO 7902556. Bulk carrier. ex-Samson. Bulk carrier. Length 161 m. Detained in China in 2005. Australian flag. Ship-breaking. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. ex-Banisor). Sold for demolition in Pakistan. Owned by Xiamen Lianghui Ship Management Co Ltd (China). IMO 7602467. IMO 7812220.Venetico B (ex-Venetico. Sold for demolition in China. Built in 1980 in Ulsan (South Korea) by Hyundai. Length 254 m.311 t. Detained in 1997 in Cardiff (United Kingdom).370 t. 4. Owned by COSCO Wallem Ship Management Co Ltd (China). Sold for demolition in Pakistan. IMO 8506074.49/56 . 445 $ per ton. Length 182 m. Classification society Panama Shipping Registrar. ex-Poros. ex-Chrismir. in 2009 in Guangzhou (China) and in 2010 in Xiamen (China).230 t. Sold for demolition in China. 472 $ per ton. Built in 1978 in Lindo (Denmark) by Odense Stalskib. Owned by ASP Ship Management Pty Ltd (Australia). IMO 7639068. 453 $ per ton. in 2001 in Lisbon (Portugal) and in 2010 in Nikolayev (Ukraine). Bulk carrier. Xing Hong Da (ex-Glory Ningbo. Owned by Zhejiang Ocean Shipping Co Ltd (China). ex-Sharp. Panamanian flag. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. Detained in 1999 in Cardiff (United Kingdom) and in 2000 in Rostock (Germany).

406 $ per ton. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Car carrier. ex-Simonburn. Sold for demolition in India. Panamanian flag. ex-Cem Adriatic. ex-Project Workships. Detained in 2000 in Brindisi (Italy).com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Panamanian flag. Ship-breaking. The Chijin in Walsoorden (The Netherlands) September 2008 © Stan Muller Hoegh Tracer (ex-Hual Tracer. Detained in the United Kingdom in 2007 in Liverpool and in 2010 in Swansea. Classification society Det Norske Veritas.221 t. IMO 7924841. Built in 1979 in Fredriksstad (Norway) by Fredriksstad MV. Length 153 m. ex-Fernao Gomes. Sold for demolition in India. Length 180 m. Cement carrier. IMO 8100571. ex-Tracer). Built in 1981 in Toyohashi (Japan) by Kanasashi. Sold for demolition in China. Length 176 m. Tuvaluan flag. Built in 1981 in Oshima (Japan) by Oshima SB.966 t. Length 109 m. in 2001 in Charleston (United States) and in 2010 in Port Headland (Australia). Cement carrier Adriatic Arrow (ex-Cem Rol. Owned by MMS Co Ltd (South Korea). Magic Wind (ex-Maersk Wind). Panamanian flag. 3. Heavy load carrier Fairmast. Built in 1973 in Dundee (United Kingdom) by Robb Caledon. Classification society RINA. Length 131 m. Owned by Jutha Maritime Public Co Ltd (Thailand). ex-City of Pretoria. Siam Project (ex-Klampenborg.100 t. Car carrier. Length 139 m. Detained in 2002 in Toyohama (Japan). 15. Norwegian flag (international register). Car carrier. 4. Built in 1982 in Numakuma (Japan) by Tsuneishi. IMO 7355428. 9. Built in 1982 in Leer (Germany) by Jansen. Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai.390 t.Car carrier Chijin (ex-Chijin Maru). 434 $ per ton including 200 t of bunkers.50/56 . IMO 7231139. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. China). Heavy load carrier. Built in 1974 in Shiogama (Japan) by Tohoku Shipbuilding. exGidoex-Fusaro. Hong Kong flag. ex-Project. Sold for demolition in China. Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai. ex-Project Arabia). ex-Chishima Maru). Car carrier. Sold as is in Singapore for demolition in India. Length 122 m. ex-Kianda. Owned by Hoegh Fleet Services AS (Norway). Owned by Doriko Ltd (South Korea). Length 182 m. Owned by Prosperity Steamship Co Ltd (Hong Kong. Sold for demolition in Pakistan. ex-Ria Jean McMurtry). IMO 7710410. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. Cement carrier. ex-Ocean Challenge.066 t. Asano n°18 (ex-Asano. IMO 8123054. Detained in 2008 in San Francisco (United States. Owned by (Kahn Shipping Ltd (The Netherlands). ex-Sofia G. IMO 7907544. Built in 1983 in Capelle (The Netherlands) by Ysselwerf. Singapore flag.967 t. Sold for demolition in Bangladesh. Classification society Bureau Veritas. 3. Dutch flag. ex-Gomba Challenge. Heavy load carrier. Sold for demolition in China. Owned by Yudo Shipping Co Ltd (South Korea). 5. ex-Cem Pumper. IMO 8110899. Skaugran.

Sold for demolition in India. Built in 1963 in Tamano (Japan) by Mitsui. 4.628 t. IMO 6718908. Bulk carrier converted into a cement carrier in 1996. Sold as is in Capetown (South Africa) for demolition in India. Panamanian flag. IMO 7702140.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Length 175 m. 7. Owned by Tudela Veguin (Spain). Panamanian flag. Glory Moon. Length 173 m. Owned by KGJ Cement Fleet Management AS (Norway). Built in 1968 in San Fernando (Spain) by Bazan. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Sydney Harbour (Australia) © Clyde Dickens Sealo I (ex-Mary Elizabeth. Panamanian flag. Length 141 m. Cement carrier. Spanish flag. 515 $ per ton. ex-Soyo Maru).Asian Carrier (ex-Asian Star. ex-Star Oriole). Owned by Essberger Jt GMBH (Germany).272 t. Length 135 m. Built in 1973 in Govan (United Kingdom) by Govan SB. ex-Golden Oriole.840 t. 385 $ per ton. Owned by Seabulk Shipping SA (Greece). 10. Transporteur de ciment.450 t. Sold for demolition in India. Detained in 2004 in Naples (Italy). 3. Built in 1978 in Neuenfelde (Germany) by JJ Sietas. Panamanian flag. Cement carrier. Classification society Polski Regestr Statkow. ex-Aristeides). Length 84 m. Built in 1974 in Kochi (Japan) by Kochi Jyuko. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Detained in 2004 in Jacksonville (United States) and in 2005 in New York (United States). Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Cementador. IMO 7373731. Elbia. December 2010. Ship-breaking. Owned by Seabulk Shipping SA (Greece). IMO 5410236.51/56 . Cement carrier. Glory Moon (ex-Nazli-K. Classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai. Sold for an unkown destination of demolition. IMO 7328786. Sold for demolition in India.

Meteo and oceanographic research ship owned by Far Eastern Regional Hydrometeorological Research Institute (Russia). IMO 6419758. she left California to be demolished by ESCO Marine in Brownsville. Hess. Built in 1965 in San Diego (United States) by NASSCO for American Mail Lines and operated in the Pacific. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. Hess being demolished in Texas © Captain Peter / Shipspotting Okean. Built in 1977 in Chiba (Japan) by Mitsui.Warskiego Szczecinska. Unknown classification society. 267 $ per ton. Hess (ex-Canada Mail). H.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois .Miscellaneous Research ship H. Length 171 m. Research ship. No classification society. Meteo and oceanographic research ship owned by Far Eastern Regional Hydrometeorological Research Institute (Russia). She was then converted into an oceanographic research ship and renamed H. Length 140 m. 280 $ per ton. H. Barge Giant 3. Research ship. Sold for demolition in Turkey. Built in 1969 in Szczecin (Poland) by A.H. In January 2011. Texas (United States). Length 96 m. Giant 3 in Flushing (The Netherlands). September 2009 © Richard Wisse Ship-breaking. Research ship. Dutch flag.H. Sold for an unknown destination of demolition. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. Owned by Smit Transport (The Netherlands). IMO 7016503. IMO 6916574.52/56 . IMO 7706029.521 t. United States flag.Warskiego Szczecinska. Barge. Russian flag. Built in 1969 in Szczecin (Poland) by A. Detained in 2002 in Otaru (Japan). Sold for demolition in Turkey. The Canada Mail is briefly chartered by the Navy’s Military Sealift Command (MSC) in 1973 and acquired by the US MARAD in 1975. She was removed from service in 1992 and placed in the Suisun Bay Reserve Fleet. Length 96 m. 13. Priliv. Russian flag.

53/56 .292 t. Hopper dredger. Built in 1975 in Elmshorn (Germany) by Kremer Sohn. Length 55 m. 1. Owned by SCI . ex-Viking. Built in 1984 in Mumbai (India) by Mazagon Dock. Built in 1980 in Kindiardijk (The Netherlands) by HC Smit.454 t. Owned by SCI . IMO 7601401. Sold for demolition in India in Mumbai. Built in 1993 in Mumbai (India) by Mazagon Dock. Built in 1992 in Mumbai (India) by Mazagon Dock.Hopper dredger Alpha B (ex-Alpha Bay). 1. Sold for demolition in India. 1.Shipping Company of India (India). Length 59 m. Indian flag. Sindhu‐10. IMO 8322600. Indian flag.Shipping Company of India (India). IMO 7401320. Sold for demolition in India. ex-Nabeel. Offshore supply ship. Classification society Indian Register of Shipping. Unknown classification society.Shipping Company of India (India). Indian flag. Length 58 m. Offshore supply ship. Presidente Juarez (1973) and Tepoca ex-Guadalupe Victoria (1975) are still in service. Length 53 m. Cyprus flag. Offshore supply ship. Sold in 2004 to Dragamex. Built in 1976 in Grand-Quevilly (France) by Dubigeon Normandie. of which the Presidente Elias Calles (1975). Sindhu‐16. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Sindhu‐2. This dredger was one of the serie built in Grand-Quevilly for the Mexican government. Length 61 m. the Mexican subsidiary of Royal Boskalis (The Netherlands). IMO 8203749. Sindhu‐1. Built in 1973 in Foxhol (The Netherlands) by Bodewes Gruno NV. Sold for an unkown destination of demolition.268 t. Croatian flag. 1. Built in 1985 in Mumbai (India) by Mazagon Dock. ex-Gorm Viking). Built in 1985 in Inchon (South Korea) by Inchon Engineering. Sold for demolition in India. Length 58 m.Shipping Company of India (India).299 t. Indian flag. Unknown classification society. Classification society Indian Register ofShipping . 5. Sold for demolition in India. Unknown classification society. Length 112 m. Sindhu‐15.211 t. IMO 8314380. Classification society Indian Register of Shipping. Offshore supply ship. Length 58 m. Olympic America (ex-Gondwana. IMO 7904815. Hopper dredger. Sold for demolition in India Ship-breaking. Owned by Brodospas (Croatia). 1. Offshore supply ship. Sold for demolition in India. Indian flag. Classification society Indian Register of Shipping. IMO 8203737. Classification society Indian Register of Shipping. Owned by SCI .228 t. Tuvaluan flag. IMO 8418215. Offshore supply ship. Offshore supply ship. Sold for demolition in Turkey. 1. Dredging the Fairway on the Berbice River to New Amsterdam (Guyana) April 2008 © Captain Peter / Shipspotting Offshore supply ship Brodospas Ibis (ex-Ibis One). Saint Vincent and the Grenadines flag. Owned by Singapore Star Shipping Pte (Singapore).com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Length 58 m.. Operated in the Mediterranean oil fields. Owned by SCI . Berbiceway (ex-Presidente Cardenas). IMO 7304807. Owned by SCI .Shipping Company of India (India).239 t.

Built in 1973 in Stroobos (The Netherlands) by Barkmeijer. Sindhu‐9. IMO 8203763. Owned by SCI . Liberian flag. Owned by Vroon Offshore Services BV (The Netherlands). Ex fishing ship converted into an offshore supply ship in 1992. United Kingdom flag. Classification society Indian Register of Shipping. Classification society Indian Register of Shipping . Offshore supply ship. Owned by Vroon Offshore Services Ltd (The Netherlands). ex-Gnupur. 1.226 t. Length 36 m. Vos Vedette (ex-Viking Vedette. Vos Vedette arriving in Lerwick (United Kingdom). Classification society Indian Register of Shipping. Length 58 m. Offshore supply ship. Built in 1973 in Woolwich (United Kingdom) by Cubow. Built in 1985 in Inchon (South Korea) by Inchon Engineering. Sold for an unkown destination of demolition. IMO 7310820.Sindhu‐3. Indian flag. Offshore supply ship. Sold for an unkown destination of demolition. Built in 1985 in Mumbai (India) by Mazagon Dock. Offshore supply ship. IMO 7234296. Length 46 m. Owned by SCI . IMO 8203751.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Classification society Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Built in 1985 in Vasco da Gama (India) by Goa Shipyard Ltd. ex-Suffolk Monarch. Built in 1970 in Kristiansund N (Norway) by Storviks. IMO 8322595. ex-Lofottral III). Sold for demolition in India. IMO 7024122. ex-Sea Sapphire. Owned by Vroon Offshore Services Ltd (The Netherlands). 1. Classification society Det Norske Veritas. Length 53 m. Vos Fighter (ex-Dea Fighter. 1. ex-Ibis Two). . Sold for an unkown destination of demolition.Shipping Company of India (India).228 t.Shipping Company of India (India). Vos Monarch (ex-Britannia Monarch. Length 55 m. Length 58 m.Shipping Company of India (India). Indian flag. Indian flag. United Kingdom flag.54/56 . Offshore supply ship. Owned by SCI . ex-Cam Vedette. ex-St David). Sold for demolition in India. June 2009 © Richard Paton Ship-breaking.230 t. Sold for demolition in India Sindhu‐4. ex-Asthor.

the former Belgian vessel Princesse Marie Christine. The Princesse Marie-Christine tirelessly ploughed back and forth over the Channel. she sailed the Livorno – Portoferraio route (Island of Elba) under the same name and flag. near Antwerp. But this was to last only a season. she was then soon bought by the Slovenian group Transeuropa Shipping Lines in Koper. the Princesse Marie Christine was now able to accommodate 68 lorries instead of 37. she made her last journey to Alang under the St Kitts & Nevis flag.40 metres long – launched on 8 September 1975 by the Cockerill shipyard in Hoboken. one of the daughters of king Leopold III. And it was in the south that her career came to an end. In 1994. was named after a member of the royal family. To increase this. But the ship was now very high in the water and. The Primrose in Portoferraio. Renamed Elegant I. of a fine cross-Channel ferry.com # 23 – May 2011 – Robin des Bois . she was sold to Prayati Shipping in February 2011 with a view to her demolition in India. her passenger capacity was increased from 1.400. arriving on 9 May after a 36-year career. she now sailed under the colours of Townsend Thoresen. but over the years it turned out that she did not have sufficient lorry transport capacity to meet the demand. except during the summer of 2009. when she headed off for a few months in the sun.55/56 . as there was no longer enough space in Ostend. having chartered her under “bare boat” conditions In 1986 © Brian Fisher for 10 years. which renamed her Primrose after a flower. in Alang.The END The death. which completed her disfigurement. and put her back into service under a Cypriot flag on its Transeuropa Ferries route … between Ostend and Ramsgate. in this case Princess Marie-Christine. March 2011 © Massimo Mediani © Roy Thornton Ship-breaking. which she performed faithfully as in the past. slightly further north. having been chartered by the Moroccan company Comarit to sail between Almeria and Al Hoceima. to which an extra deck was added 10 years after her launch Princesse Marie Christine. sponsons were attached to either side of the hull. She lived through the death throes of RTM until she was decommissioned in Dunkirk in April 1997.118. 1980 © Brian Fisher Like all the ships in the “Régie des Transports Maritimes”. the Belgian national company that operates the Ostend-Dover route. like its other ferries. to keep her stable. At the same time. In this way.200 to 1. the Boelwerf shipyard carried out a relatively unusual surgical operation in 1985 that consisted of cutting the ship open horizontally along her entire length and inserting an extra 5-metre high car deck into her superstructures. this ferry . She was owned by the private Cobelfret Group as the RTM did not have the finances and was not able to buy her until 1985. her English terminus changed from Dover to Ramsgate. Bought in 2010 by the Italian shipping company Blunavy. the Primrose.

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