Wednesday, 12 April 2017

Dutch pusher tug (ex-DMS Starling 2009-2014, Kaikoura 2014-2015, Waterland 2015-2016) DMS Stork 2016-

Schelde off Vlissingen, Netherlands 3 April 2017

Netherlands-flagged, IMO 9548902, MMSI 244810401 and call sign PCXA. Gross tonnage 600 tons, net tonnage 180 tons and deadweight 429 tons. According to maritime connector the Kaikoura, Saint Vincent&Grenadines-flagged, homeport Kingstown, managed and owned by Damen Marine Services, Gorinchem, Netherlands, built by Damen Shipyard Hardinxveld, Hardinxveld-Giessendam, Netherlands with yard number 571616 in 2014 and MMSI 35775129000. Offered by Damen Marine Services for charter as the Damen Shoalbuster 3511 DMS Stork built in 2013. Dimensions 35,25 x 11,60 x 5,25 x 3,64 (maximum) metres. Bollard pull 70 tons, horsepower totally 5.150hp and speed 11,6 knots. According to Launched at Gdynia, Poland on 1 July 2009, her Casco arrived at Hardinxveld to be completed as the DMS Starling on 16 July 2009, trials and bollard pull tests on 16-17 September 2012 in the Calandcanal, delivered to Damen Marine Services BV and renamed Kaikoura on 11 March 2014 and then Saint Vincent&Grenadines flagged with as cals ign J8B5011, renamed Waterland and owned by Wagenborg Sleepdienst BV, Delfzijl, Netherlands and then Netherlands-flagged and renamed DMDS Stork at Schiedam, Netherlands with as homeport Gorinchem, Netherlands in June 2016.