15.09.2021  - Trawler "Alexey Maryshev" stranded on rocks at Kara Sea

(15 сентября судно «Алексей Марышев», которое следовало в порт Сабетта, получило сигнал бедствия от траулера «Капитан Воронин», находившегося в 63 милях — в проливе Югорский Шар Карского моря)

The head of the Department of economic security reported that the fishing vessel “Vostok-2”, which caught fire in the sea of Okhotsk on 24 March near the village Oktyabrsky on the Kamchatka Peninsula, there is the smoke and see the flashes of flame.

The Fire occurred at night was in the shop of the fish factory. Crew members reported the fire as soon as it is noticed. To help the “East-2” went to the rescue ship. All 23 crew members were evacuated, nobody was hurt.

Currently, the “Vostok-2” extinguishes by tug “Devotee”, reports TASS.
The cause of the fire is not yet established.

In connection with the grounding of m/v ""Port Olya-2"", which occurred on March 18, 2020 in the region of 143.4th km of the Volga-Caspian Sea Shipping Channel (VCSC), in order to ensure the safety of navigation and the mooring of vessels in the waters of the seaport of Olya, the ship traffic on the leg 142.5-144.5 km of VCSC is prohibited. The order was signed by the acting port by captain Alexander Chernov.

The order instructed the ship owner TransMorFlot LLC to take immediate measures to remove the the m/v Port Olya-2 from the shallows. The FSUE ""Rosmorport"" Astrakhan branch, after removing the ship from the shallows, to ensure the survey of the bottom topography on the leg 142.5-144.5th km of the VCSC


The incident occurred on the afternoon of Tuesday, February 25th. The cargo ship "Jadeite" (Volgo-Don type, project 1565), owned by the company "Volgodon", collided with the tanker "Lerik" (OJSC "Palmali"). As a result of the pile on the vessel Jadeite, a small dent was formed in the bow, and a dent and a rupture of the hull formed on the m/v Lerik, the TASS report said.

No injures during the incident reported.

General cargo ship PORT OLYA 2 ran aground at 143 kilometer mark in Volga – Caspian sea Channel at around 2000 Moscow time Feb 15, while en route from Port Olya, Volga river, to Amirabad Iran, with cargo of grain on board. According to officials, the ship refloated by own means at 1120 Moscow time Feb 16, though according to track, she seems to be still aground, as of 1430 Moscow time Feb 16.

General cargo ship PORT OLYA 2, IMO 9481881, dwt 5185, built 2012, flag Russia, manager SP-SHIPPING LLC, Astrakhan.

In the evening of Feb 6, 2020, the ""Pongoma"" sank in in Estonian coastal waters. The seven Russian crew members were rescued. Involved in the rescue effort were units from both Estonia and Finland with one helicopter each. The ship had got into trouble 15 miles north of the Juminda peninsula at 11:40 p.m. The crew requested assistance via radio and relayed its coordinates. The ship had suffered a steering failure, and had also lost electrical power. It sank rapidly, bit the crew had managed to get in a life raft.

The Maritime Rescue Center alerted Estonian and Finnish fleets and air bases and contacted vessels in the vicinity of the trawler. The first to arrive on the accident site and pick up the crew was a Liberian flagged tanker. A Finnish helicopter with paramedics on board took two injured crew members to a hospital in Helsinki and an Estonian helicopter transported five of them to the North Estonia Medical Center for a medical check.Based on a medical examination of the five crew members taken to the North Estonia Medical Center (PERH), it was determined that none of them required hospitalization.

Involved in the rescue effort were two vessels, a flight unit and helicopter of the Estonian Police and Border Guard as well as one helicopter, two rescue ships and two civilian vessels from Finland. The Estonian Maritime Administration investigated the circumstances of the sinking.
The ""Pongoma"" set sail from the port of Primorsk in the Vyborgsky Districtto the Estonian shores. The vessel has been actively fishing from this port since the end of December 2019. In November 2018, the trawler ran aground in the Kirov district of the Leningrad region, where the Tosna River flows into the Neva.

MMSI: 273395860
Callsign: UBCQ6
Width:   6.0 m
Length: 21.0 m