MSC FLAMINIA Leaves Jade-Weser Port (Germany)

MSC FLAMINIA Leaves Jade-Weser Port (Germany)

On March 15, 2013, MSC FLAMINIA has left the Jade-Weser-Port in Wilhelmshaven. The vessel is put out to sea without any further occurrences and set a course for the North Sea.

MSC FLAMINIA’s destination are the Daewoo shipyards in Mangalia, Romania, where the ship will be overhauled. The voyage to Romania is expected to take up ten days.

Prior to the vessel’s departure, REEDEREI NSB had received the written permission for the notification process from Romanian authorities. This permission was required to be able to begin the voyage to the shipyard.

REEDEREI NSB and Daewoo shipyards estimate that the repairs will be completed by the end of September.

Related:

Departure of MSC Flaminia to Romania Postponed

REEDEREI NSB, March 19, 2013

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