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A cargo ship bound for Germany from the UK was deliberately grounded by its crew when it began to list after setting sail on Saturday. The Singapore-registered Hoegh Osaka developed problems immediately after it left Southampton loaded with more than 1,000 cars on Saturday evening. The 51,000-tonne vessel was grounded on Bramble Bank, a sandbank off the Isle of Wight, at around 9:20 p.m. and is currently listing at about 52 degrees. The BBC reports that is unclear as to what caused the initial listing. All 25 crew members were rescued by helicopters and lifeboats. The ship’s owner, Hoegh Autoliners, is investigating potential causes of the listing. Responding to questions about whether the ship was too heavy, Ingar Skiakar, chief executive of Hoegh Autoliners, says that the cargo ves...
We see the removal of the luxury cars, which were on the flooded deck of the Hoegh Osaka ship, sadly some Range Rovers had been submerged and other cars had sat in water in varying depths, luckily most decks on the Hoegh Osaka were not flooded. So the majority of cars looked OK, but what happened to the vehicles after being unloaded is unknown, just rumours.
Cars which were being transported on a cargo ship when it ran aground in the Solent, are finally coming off. More than 1,400 Land Rovers, Minis and Jaguars were securely lashed down while being transported on the Hoegh Osaka, which was run aground on Bramble Bank on 3 January. There are also 105 pieces of construction equipment on board the Hoegh Osaka. The operation to remove all the equipment is expected to take at least until Friday. Steve Humphrey reports
Subscribe to BBC News www.youtube.com/bbcnews Drone footage shows video of the beached Hoegh Osaka. The car transporter, which ran aground in the Solent, started listing shortly after leaving the Port of Southampton. The Hoegh Osaka was deliberately run aground off the Isle of Wight on Saturday evening after it developed problems and started to list, the vessel's owners Hoegh Autoliners said. Video Courtesy of James Lumley Subscribe to BBC News HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog Check out our website: http://www.bbc.com/news Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcworldnews Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bbcworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/bbcnews
Cargo ship Hoegh Osaka, which is reputed to be carrying $100m worth of cars and JCB machines, was deliberately grounded in the Solent after it began to list. According to Ingar Skiaker, chief executive of Hoegh Autoliners, the 51,000-tonne transporter, registered in Singapore, ran aground after developing problems once it had left Southampton for Germany at about 2020 GMT on 3 January. At the moment the ship is listing at 45 degrees on Bramble Bank but officials have confirmed that no oil is thought to have leaked from the ship and only two of the 25 strong crew have been taken to hospital with minor injuries.
Chief Inspector's statement following the publication of MAIB's accident investigation report into the listing, flooding and grounding of vehicle carrier Hoegh Osaka, on the Bramble Bank in The Solent. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/hoegh-osaka-report-published
At least the Rolls-Royce didn’t have a scratch! £260,000 luxury car looks pristine as it’s driven off stricken cargo ship – unlike the hundreds of battered Land Rovers that went before it. The Hoegh Osaka was bound for Germany with 1,400 luxury cars on board when it started list at 45 degrees. Cargo arrived back with 'limited damage' but ship owners cannot confirm its future amid fears it could be scrapped. Among dented and scratched vehicles sat privately-owned Rolls Royce - which survived completely unscathed.
As the majestic Queen Elizabeth II Cruise ship sails gracefully down the Solent, the Hoegh Osaka does something totally unexpected, Instead of bowing to the royal liner..... The 52 cargo vessel turns turtle and shows her bottom !!!! Hoegh Osaka - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MV_Hoegh_Osaka Queen Elizabeth ll - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_Elizabeth_2 Please like and share our rare footage. Thanks
At about 21:30 GMT on 3 January 2015, Hoegh Osaka developed a severe list shortly after sailing from Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom for Bremerhaven, Germany. According to the owners she was beached intentionally on the Bramble Bank in the Solent. On Wednesday 7th Jan I took a trip to a nearby location, just as the ship decided to re-float itself. Edit - the ship was later refloated and towed back to Southampton - here are pictures of the cars within http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2928552/Hundreds-luxury-Land-Rovers-finally-dry-land-traumatic-journey-capsized-transporter-haven-t-survived-trip-well.html
Southampton Cargo Handling have done a great job in difficult conditions, unloading vehicles from the salvaged ship Hoegh Osaka, SCH cleared the deck where heavy plant had come loose and caused much damage, the extra big forklift truck and Foden recovery vehicle, hauled out the crushed machines. What happened to the machinery and vehicles after being unloaded is unknown.
How They Removed 1400 Cars And A Sunk Ship From The Bottom Of The Sea. On 5 December 2012, the car carrier Baltic Ace sank with more than 1400 cars . We see the removal of the luxury cars, which were on the flooded deck of the Hoegh Osaka ship, sadly some Range Rovers had been submerged and other . Amazing How They Removed 1400 Cars vs a Sunk Ship under sea. The 16000 dwt car carrier Tricolor sank after she collided with a container vessel in the English Channel near France in 2003. SMIT Salvage led the consortium .
Filmed 1hr before the high tide helped to lift Osaka off the bramble sandbank, she is now anchored near Portsmouth, still listing badly, but in a safer place to be fixed. The ship is carrying. 1200 Jaguar & Range Rover cars. 65 BMW Minis. 105 JCB machines. Some buses.
Originally published on January 5, 2015. A cargo ship bound for Germany from the UK was deliberately grounded by its crew when it began to list after setting sail on Saturday. The Singapore-registered Hoegh Osaka developed problems immediately after it left Southampton loaded with more than 1,000 cars on Saturday evening. The 51,000-tonne vessel was grounded on Bramble Bank, a sandbank off the Isle of Wight, at around 9:20 p.m. and is currently listing at about 52 degrees. The BBC reports that is unclear as to what caused the initial listing. All 25 crew members were rescued by helicopters and lifeboats. The ship’s owner, Hoegh Autoliners, is investigating potential causes of the listing. Responding to questions about whether the ship was too heavy, Ingar Skiakar, chief executive of...
The vessel left Southampton on its way to Germany, at 8:15pm on Saturday 3rd January 2014 the car carrier ran aground on Brambles Bank in the Solent. The vessel remains listing at 45 degrees. During the night a major rescue took place to save the 25 crew and pilot from the stricken vessel. This video was shot off the shore at Cowes, Isle of Wight, on the morning of 4th January 2014.
[SHIP NAME] SITC SHENZHEN [SHIP TYPE] Container ship [SIZE] 144 m X 23 m [GT (Gross Tonnage)] 9734 [TEU] 1042 [SPEED] 17.8 kt [BUILD] 2012-AUG [SHIPYARD] Zhejiang Yangfan Ship Group, China [FLAG] Hong Kong [HK] [LOCATION] Osaka Port, Japan [VIDEO DATE] 2013-OCT-14 Chinese shipping company SITC's container ship "SITC SHENZHEN" left the Port of Osaka for Port of Kobe. 中国ＳＩＴＣのフルコンテナ船「SITC SHENZHEN」が大阪港を出て神戸港に向かいました。 2012年8月 揚帆集団(中国舟山)にて建造。