MV Wilson Mosel
© Marcus S (Hamburg, 26/05/2021)
Steel single screw motor vessel built in 1993 by Slovenske Lodenice Komarno A.S.. Komarno. Slovakia (Yard No 1302) as a General cargo ship – Equipped for carriage of containers.
- Length: 82.56 m (overall) 79.20 m (between perpendiculars)
- Breadth: 11.35 m
- Depth: 6.10 m
- Draught: 4.80 m (Summer) 4.68m (Winter)
- Tonnage: 1589 gross/844 net/2676t deadweight (Summer)
- Engines: 1 x Deutz SBV6M628 – 4 stroke 6 cylinder diesel
- Power: 1015 kW/HP
- Speed: 11.0 knots
- Capacity: 118 x 20ft containers/6 Reefer Plugs/ Bale: 2.967 m³/ abt. / 105.000 ft³ Grain: 3.200 m³/ 100.357 ft³
- Container Capacity: 92 x 14t
- Call Sign: 9HGJ9, 8PAK8
- MMSI Number: 314424000
- IMO Number: 9060687
- Official Number: 733691
- DNV iD Number: G34538
- Port of Registry: Valletta/Malta 🇲🇹, Bridgetown/Barbados 🇧🇧
- Sister-Ship: Wilson Elbe (1301), Boris Kustodiev (1303), Rix Stream (1304), Palminter (1307), Wilson Wisla (1504), Wilson Onega (1506), Wilson Weser (201), Wilson Lahn (202), Wilson Alster (203)
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September 30th 1992: Keel laid.
February 25th 1993: Launched.
July 27th 1993: Completed as NEERMOOR for – MS “NEERMOOR” Siegfried Bojen Schiffahrts KG – Germany. Manager: Reederei Siegfried Bojen – Germany
© Manuel Hernández Lafuente (Valencia Port, 29/11/2006)
2007: WILSON MOSEL for Wilson Shipowning AS, Damsgårdsveien 135, 5160 Laksevåg. Norway. ISM Manager: Wilson Ship Management AS.. Bradbenken 1, 5003 Bergen. Norway. Commercial Manager:Wilson Eurocarriers AS
© Aleksi Lindström (Hamburg, 24/06/2010)
December 22nd 2011:
“Ran aground off Lammesø Hage between Enebærodde and Lindø Terminal in the Odense Fjord en-route Porsgrunn-Odense. The SOK has sent the anti pollution vessel MARIE MILO to the grounding site in the Odense Fjord. There were no reports of oil spills and the the grounding occurred on sandy bottom in a very narrow passage leading into the Port of Odense. It was pulled off at 2.15 p.m. and the ship left the Odense region and reached Vigerö at 10 p.m. It had on board a cargo of 1500 tons scrap metal bound for the company H.J. Hansen.”.
June 17th 2013:
“Collided with the quay of the industry port in Papenburg while about to leave the port bound for Rotterdam. The hull suffered a gash, and about 200 litres diesel fuel spilt into the harbour basin. The fire brigade laid out an oil boom and thus contained the spill. The Police Emden launched an investigation against the Russian master and his 1st officer. They had to pay safety fines of 1000 Euro each due to the suspicion of endangering ship traffic and pollution of waters. Human error was thought to have caused the accident. The ship was allowed to leave the port on June 18th and sailed at 8 p.m. with an ETA Rotterdam of June 19, 2 a.m.”.
© Simonwp (New Holland, 08/10/2023) (Left) © Stephen Brown (Right)
November 17th 2023: Called at Dover.
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