JANUARY 12, 2015– Weather remains to obstruct the salvage of the cars and truck provider Höegh Osaka.
The vessel continues to be kept in setting near Southampton at support on the Alpha Anchorage, in between East Cowes on the Isle of Wight and also Lee- on-the-Solent on the U.K. landmass.
Saturday, in between 4.00 AM and also 5.00 AM, the vessel dragged support for regarding 100 m. At the moment, the Queen Mary 2 was getting in port and also reported 72 miles per hour winds. Weather problems proceeded bad and also in the mid-day among both yanks currently in position relocated from her setting and also rammed the cars and truck provider. There were no injuries to employees, however the pull got some damages and also it was changed by an additional pull. No air pollution took place throughout this event.
The U.K. Marine & & Coastguard Agency reports that the other day, the salvors pumped water for 1-2 hrs; there was no discharge of oil. They inspected the ballast system and also mean setting up an additional pump in the reduced hold to pump right into the ship’s containers in addition to crazy.
“However,” claims the MCGA, “all salvage task is very based on the weather condition, which is anticipated to be extremely bad today, coming to a head at 1800 on Wednesday to 0600 Thursday.
“The port is thinking about taking the pilot off the scene since the aggravating weather condition will certainly make it more difficult to alleviate them at the end of change, based on conversation with the salvors. Vessel Traffic System call will certainly be preserved and also, if needed, a pilot might be gone back to the scene.
“Although it is still some way off, plans for the vessel’s return to dock continue, to ensure the discharge of cargo is done safely and access policed/restricted as appropriate.”