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Old 05 January 2015, 08:35   #41
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few SR s with some bungee cord should do it!!
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Old 05 January 2015, 09:17   #42
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Mariners Notice issued at 3pm just sent out http://www.southamptonvts.co.uk/admi...002%28T%29.pdf 200 metre exclusion
Appalled to hear sooty shearwater bollocked by Solent CG for breaking the exclusion zone , and them to respond yes we were aware !!! for a charter and Training outfit it's just bad drills !!!! WTF !!
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Old 05 January 2015, 09:51   #43
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Car carrier stuck on the bank in Southampton tonight

To be fair to all out there yesterday was cluster##### as I called SOlent Coastguard about 0730-0800 and they stated no exclusion was in place around ship but yo listen to VTS and 16 for any updates.
I saw a tweet in the day from HAmpshire MArine cops stating 100 m which at that stage was never ratified by any order, I know I was looking all day even whilst out filming. The radio gave out an update at about 3pm on a 100 yard exclusion and that was first time I heard all day on any channel. As we see later they set a 200m one!

VTS issued one at 3pm in written. Format that reached emails by early evening. yes some were closer but whether any issue as no work being done and if they can't get Mariners notices in place can they enforce anything? security is about all I can think off
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We ( AJ , Matt , & I ) stayed a respectful distance away around the 100m distance at a guess based on it being 180m long . I think due to the fact if it moved we didn't want to be anywhere near it ....

I think as it became more 'known about' it got busier and dafter ?

reports of a ribnobber being busted in an SR4 could be true - but he had wonky glasses so was let off.......
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Yes understand that Ian but this was 14:30 Today Monday the 5th !!
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Yes understand that Ian but this was 14:30 Today Monday the 5th !!
cold weathers got me, too many hrs looking at an angled boat or is it the sea
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Understand it has a load of Bentley motor cars onboard, which have now shifted.
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Glad nobody was badly hurt or killed.
I guess we can all now speculate what happened as no harm in doing so. My guess being that if large heavy machinery on board, ie concrete crushers, larger than normal plant etc and difficult weighted cargo on board - strapping that lot down would be a lot different to normal cars etc. The center of gravity would be perhaps unknown and not done very regularly. Once the ship started that long sustained port turn around the bramble bank I guess the list previously noticed coming down Southampton Water was accentuated and perhaps the cargo then started to move. Perhaps tilt alarms sounded on the bridge and all hell let loose. Pilot felt she was going to turn turtle and turned hard into the bank.

Great job if this turns out to be the case. However if listing coming down Southampton Water from leaving dock side, perhaps should not have carried on in the first place.
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To be fair C2RIBS VTS were giving out Securite messages from around 10am. We then heard the next at 11am. So again it seems many out there just don't listen to port ops or choose to ignore :/ ah well its a definite criminal offence now with the DfT involved!
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just sounds like a replay of this one off Cyprus. The Zenobia sank, eventually, after the computer allegedly decided to fill one side with water ballast. Dived the Zenobia whilst over there carrying out powerboat training for a dive centre. Line up of Foden/Erf or whatever lorries still hanging on their deck chains. "don't swim below the lorries! They have been hanging there a long while and eventually.........."
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