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Sunday, 11 February 2018

Irish offshore supply ship (ex-Fort Reliance 1986-1989, Carobbo 1989-1993, Droit de Parole 1993-1994, Veesea Pearl 1994-2000, Pearl 2000-2017) Karadeniz Powership Remzi Bey 2017-

With our thanks to Lazer_one

Ireland-flagged, homeport Cork, IMO 8415548, MMSI 250498000 and call sign EIJP.
Ex-Fort Relaince renamed 1989, Cariboo renamed as ocean research ship March 1993, Droit de Parole renamed as offshore supply vessel September 1994 and Veesea Pearl renamed December 2000. In 2017 renamed the Liberia-flagged, homeport Monrovia, Liberia Karadeniz Powership Remzi Bey with MMSI 636017851 and call sign D5MZ7. Original 1.151 gross tons, 345 net tons, deadweight 967 tons and dimensions 65,36 x 13,09 x 4,60 x 5,36 metres. Gross tonnage 1.296 tons, summer deadweight 967 tons and as dimensions 68 x 14 x 4 metres. As Pearl owned and managed by Seahorse, Cork, Ireland. Launched by Newark Yard Ferguson-Alisa Ltd., Port Glasgow, Scotland with yard number 568on 28 March 1986 and completed in November 1988 as the England flagged fire fighting offshore supply vessel Fort Reliance for John Townsend Ltd., Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. As and Karadeniz Powership Remzi Bey owned since December 2016 by Karpownership Americas Col. Ltd., Majuro, Marshall Islands and managed by Karmarine Karadeniz Denizcilil ve Ticaret AS, Istabul, Turkey. Owned since 24 January 1989 by Feronia International Shipping SA Seacor-Fish, Pairs, registered Kingstown, St. Vincent, since 1994 managed by Vector Offshore, Aberdeen, Scotland, since 1996 owned and managed by Seacor Worldwide Inc., Morgan City, Louisiana, since December 2000 managed by Boston Putford Offshore Safety Limited, Lowestoft, England and since 2002 managed by Seacor Marine International Limited, Lowestoft, England