Mv Hagland Boss
Ex Ansiro, Wani Wind, Ansiro, Northern Wind
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Steel single screw motor vessel built in 1997 by Slovenske Lodenice AG (Yard No 2938) as a Selfdischarger / boxhold, General Cargo ship .
- Length: 87.9 m (overall) 81 m (between perpendiculars)
Breadth: 12.8 m
Depth: 7.1 m
Draught: 5.498 m
Tonnage: 2446 gross/1369 net/3694 – 3735 deadweight
Engines: Deutz SBV 8 m 628 diesel
Power: 1500 kW/HP
Speed: 10.5 knots
Capacity: 164,000 cu ft (4,650 m3) grain/bale, Abt. 2,800 solid cbm
Call Sign: 9HLE5
IMO Number: 9171058 Official Number: 5568
Port of Registry: St Johns/Antigua and Barbuda, Valetta/Malta
Sister-Ship: Antora, Antabe, Antari ,Wilson Gaeta.
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November 31st 1996: Keel laid.
May 1st 1997: Launched.
August 1st 1997: Completed as NORTHERN WIND. Registered Owner; Blue Son One, Malta. Registered Manager; Malta Ship Management.
2001: Registered Owner; Horsbornplate. Registered Manager; Briese Schiffahrts GMBH & Co
March 1st 2004: Renamed WANI WIND.
January 1st 2005: Renamed ANSIRO. Registered Owner; Funfte Fehn Schiffahrts.
© Ken Smith
October 1st 2007: Renamed HAGLAND BOSS. Registered Owner; Hadland Bulk Transport HS. Registered Manager; Hagland Shipping AS
© Tim Becker
November 6th 2016: “Ran aground off Langøya in the outer Oslo Fjord. Tug BOA SUND assisted in freeing the vessel. After a diving survey confirmed damage to her rudder and propeller, the tug then towed the vessel to Frederikshavn. Type of Claim Damage and possible”.
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October 5th 2017: Arrived in Dover from Boulogne with rock which, after transfer into barges, is being placed by KREEFT on the west side of the Prince of Wales. She is expected to make about 35 calls during the operation.
© Mike Jackson
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