The Greek-flagged Bulk Carrier, ORE SUDBURY caught on fire in the late evening hours of November the 21st while anchored at the port Itaguai.Learn More Nov 25 2019
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The Brazilian-flagged Bulk Carrier, HB TUCUNARE ran aground during the afternoon hours of October the 13th while transiting through the Amazon estuary.Learn More Oct 16 2019
The Panama-flagged Bulk Carrier, BUNUN ACE collided with a pier during the afternoon of October the 1st while attempting to moor at the port of Imbituba, Brazil.Learn More Oct 02 2019
Cracks have begun to appear on the hull of the Bahama-flagged FPSO, CICADE DO RIO DE JAINEIRO according to vessel operator, MODEC.Learn More Aug 27 2019
The Marshall Islands-flagged Bulk Carrier, AP DUBRAVA had to interrupt her transit through the South Atlantic after a fatal accident on board the vessel saw two seafarers lose their lives.Learn More Jul 19 2019
Seafarers are advised to exercise caution after a vessel was robbed at Macapa Anchorage, Brazil.Learn More Jun 03 2019
Seafarers are advised to exercise caution after pirates attempted to rob a vessel anchored at Macapa Anchorage, BrazilLearn More Mar 14 2019
A large spill was detected in the port of Santos, Brazil. The spill, which local authorities believe to be fertiliser-based, allegedly originated from the Cyprus-flagged bulk carrier, Rook.Learn More Jan 17 2019
Danish containership, Cap San Marco, was attacked and boarded by pirates, early in the morning of December the 2nd, as it was approaching the port of Santos, Brazil.Learn More Dec 03 2018
Vlad I. Sutea
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