Name ship: ESTIME

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Identification Data

Year built: 2001
Classification Register: Bureau Veritas (BV)
IMO number: 9229178
Nat. Official Number: 6792 Z G 2001
Category: Cargo vessel
Propulsion: Motor Vessel
Type: General Cargo
Standard Ship Type:
Type Deck:
Masts: Gearless
Rig:
Lift Capacity:
Material Hull: Steel
Decks: 1
Construction Data

Shipbuilder: Tille Scheepsbouw B.V., Kootstertille, Netherlands
Yardnumber: 336
Date Laid Down:
Launch Date: 2001-04-20
Delivery Date: 2001-06-09
Technical Data

Engine Manufacturer: Wärtsilä NSD, Zwolle, Netherlands
Engine Type: Motor, Oil, 4-stroke single-acting
Number of Cylinders: 6
Power: 1950
Power Unit: kW
Eng. additional info: Wartsila Type 6L26 (260x320)
Speed in knots: 13.00
Number of screws: 1
 
Gross Tonnage: 2601.00 Gross tonnage
Net Tonnage: 1425.00 Net tonnage
Deadweight: 3360.00 tonnes deadweight (1000 kg)
Grain: 5196 Cubic Meters
TEU: 142
 
Length 1: 91.25 Meters Length overall (Loa)
Length 2: 84.65 Meters Length between perpendiculars (Lbp)
Beam: 13.75 Meters Breadth, moulded
Depth: 6.25 Meters Depth, moulded
Draught: 4.93 Meters Draught, maximum
 
Configuration Changes

Certificate of Registry
Ship History Data

Date/Name Ship 2001-00-00 ESTIME
Manager: JR Shipping B.V., Harlingen, Netherlands
Owner: Estime Scheepvaartbedrijf C.V., Harlingen, Netherlands
Shareholder:
Homeport / Flag: Harlingen / Netherlands
Callsign: PBCO
Additional info:

Date/Name Ship 2004-09-00 UNION MERCURY
Manager: Union Transport Group PLC., London, Great Britain
Owner: Union Transport Group PLC., London, Great Britain
Shareholder:
Homeport / Flag: Douglas (I.o.M.) / Isle of Man
Callsign: MGDL2
Additional info:

Date/Name Ship 2008-08-19 VERITY
Manager: Union Transport Group PLC., Isle of Man
Owner: Faversham Ship Ltd., Faversham, Great Britain
Shareholder:
Homeport / Flag: Douglas (I.o.M.) / Isle of Man
Callsign: MGDL2
Additional info:

Ship Events Data

2016-01-29: VERITTY in trouble off Hartland Pt. The "Verity" got in trouble due to engine failure in the afternoon of Jan 29, enroute from Dublin with a cargo of 3000 tons scrap metal, and was drifting within two miles of the rocks at Hartland Point with nearly knots. The vessel had lost power in rough seas. Both RNLI Tamar class lifeboats from Padstow and Appledore were launched at around 8 a.m., following a request from the Falmouth Coastguard. Sea conditions included force eight gales and a four-metre swell. With support from the Appledore RNLI crew, Padstow lifeboat established a tow to the ship at 9 a.m., which later parted but the crew managed to re-join. The tow was maintained until 2 pm when Dutch Frigate HNLMS "De Ruyter" arrived on scene at the request of the Coastguard to manage the tow. The disabled cargo ship had requested the assistance of a tug, which would be coming from Holyhead but was not due to arrive until the early hours of Jan 30 morning. Due to the rough sea conditions, the Dutch Warship, escorted by Padstow lifeboat began the slow tow towards Lundy Island, a more sheltered location to await a tug. The tug "Bremin Fighter" arrived on Jan 30 at approximately 4 a.m. and set off with the "Verity" on tow by 5 a..m. She was due to arrive in Swansea in the night for repairs. The Appledore RNLI lifeboat crew waited until first light before returning safely to their station.

Ship Masters Data

Images


Description: Verity 2001 ex Union Mercury ex Estime on 04-08-2012 at IJmuiden.
Made By: © Coster, M. (Marcel)
Image type: Photo

Description: Verity 2001 ex Union Mercury ex Estime on 26-06-2014 at IJmuiden.
Made By: © Coster, M. (Marcel)
Image type: Photo
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