Australia’s ATSB has released its report on the grounding of the Pasha Bulker. Read more here.
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Can you tell me where the Pasha Bulker is at the moment and if it has been repaired yet? If or when it returns to newcastle I imagine there will be a fuss made over her with lots of people to welcome her back.
She was indeed repaired, in Vietnam, and has been renamed Drake. I don’t know her current whereabouts but it should be possible to locate, possiblyon one of the AIS sites.
I think the folks there got rather fond of her.
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I’m looking for some statistics concerning anchor equipment accidents especially in heavy weather conditions but not necessarily. I’m interested in such case as cabel break, anchor loss, windlass damage etc. Do you know such statistics or some useful links?
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