AIS Data Shows Ships in Port at Time of Beirut Explosion -List
The obtain a far better suggestion of the ships that remained in port on the day of the enormous surges in Beirut, Lebanon, we resort to AIS information given Spire Global, a satellite information expert.
According to Spire, the ships in port at the time of the August 4 surge consisted of:
- CMA CGM Lyra (Current Status: Moored in Beirut)
- Transporter (Current Status: Underway making use of Engine)
- Mero Star (Current Status: Out of Range/Not Reporting)
- City of Rome (Current Status: Moored in Beirut)
- Pacific M (Current Status: Underway Using Engine)
- Raouf H (Current Status: Out of Range/Not Reporting)
- FK Hatice (Current Status: At Anchor off Triploi)
- Jouri (Current Status: Moored)
- Orient Queen (Current Status: Capsized)
- Baltagi 20 (Current Status: Out of Range)
- Baltagi 17 (Current Status: Out of Range)
- Baltagi 19 (Current Status: Out of Range)
- DPS Tramonte (Current Status: Out of Range)
Two vessels were seen tied at the end of the jetty where the surge took place– the Mero Star as well as Raouf H. The Orient Queen cruise liner, tied throughout the harbor from the blast, ultimately tipped over.
Photos reveal both added ships– Abou Karim III as well as Abou Karim I– that were tied along the very same jetty where the surge happened. As you can see from the picture listed below, the Abou Karim I has actually currently likewise tipped over.