Redwise RepositionsThree Vessel Globally

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Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Ocean Star

Redwise reported the successful repositioning of three ships globally, relocating an OSV, a dredger and a landing craft.

Offshore Support Vessel Ocean Star
The offshore support vessel Ocean Star, departed from the yard at Guangzhou, China on May 15 heading for her new homeport Dos Bocas, Mexico. The route took the vessel via great circle route across the Pacific Ocean to Panama Canal. Ocean Star safely arrived on the Caribbean side of Mexico on July 20 after a maiden voyage covering 10,676 nautical miles.

Dredger Sand Weaver
The well-maintained and sturdy 1975 built dredger Sand Weaver  recently departed from the U.K. port of Swansea. This took place after several days of vessel and voyage preparations, involving flag change and associated surveys, etc. Bearing in mind the vessel’s destination and chosen routing, the usual hardening and security arrangements were carried out (partly after clearing the Suez canal),resulting in a safe and secure passage through the Gulf of Aden, Arabian Gulf and associated part of Indian Ocean. After 31 days of sailing time, the Sand Weaver was safely handed over to our principals at port of Bahrain.

Landing Craft Esnaad 1010
The newly build landing craft Esnaad 1010 with a GT of 1,334 and installed propulsion power of 1,696 BHP was delivered on her maiden passage during the monsoon season on stretch from the Sealink Yard at Miri (Malaysia) to Abu Dhabi (U.A.E.).

To date, Redwise Maritime Service BV arranged for management and repositioning of more than 30 vessels (tugs (some with tow), dredgers, OSV’s, AHTS vessels and even a reefer) and confirms another eight vessels on their way or in process of getting underway bound for various destinations on the globe.

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  • Sand Weaver

    Sand Weaver

  • Esnaad 1010

    Esnaad 1010

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