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Koło Oslo zatonął statek Bahama- m/v Crete Cement – wszyscy ludzie uratowani! A na pogłębiarce Rozgwiazda wszyscy ludzie zginęli. Zrozpaczona Rodzina Kapitana nawet o próbę wydobycia zwłok nie mogła się doprosić Koło Oslo statek został wprowadzony na mieliznę przez kapitana mającego asystę pilota.
W przeciwieństwie do Polski, Norwegia przestrzega prawidła 7 Rozdz. V Międzynarodowej Konwencji o Bezpieczeństwa Życia na Morzu SOLAS 74/78 i akcję ratownicza organizuje odpowiednio wcześnie, więc ratuje żywych ludzi. Na tonącym statku m/v Crete Cement w Rozkładzie Alarmowym, w Alarmie opuszczenia statku mechanicy nie byli zobowiązani do zejścia na dno statku do siłowni, do której wdzierała się woda .Bo prawie na całym świecie poza RP życie ludzkie stawiane jest ponad wszystko. Inspektor królestwa Szwecji Niklas Anderson ,po roku czekania, na prośbę przedst. Armatora Pana .... o odstępstwo od przepisu Solas 74/78 o drzwiach wodoszczelnych promu m/v ............( bliżniak Heweliusza!) Powiedział: „Panie D....e S., na bezpieczeństwo ludzi trzeba wydań wszystkie pieniądze, bo w drugim życiu pieniądze nie będą potrzebne!”
I mnie ,Polakowi obecnemu w tej rozmowie było wstyd, że o życie moich współobywateli musi walczyć Szwed,a nie ludzie pobierający wynagrodzenie polskiego Rządu...
Bo w RP dalej obowiązuje Sowiecka doktryna ratowania statku,a dopiero potem , jeżeli jeszcze żyją ludzi. Rozkłady Alarmowe wysyłające mechaników do siłowni są stosowane na statkach tylko w Polsce. Nawet Rosjanie i Chińczycy dawno z tego zrezygnowali!
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Ps,
P oniżej orginalny opis katastrofy pod Oslo – proszę porównać z artykułem.

“Cement ship stuck
Pollution fears are growing after a stricken ship was deliberately grounded 20km south of Oslo this morning.
The Kristian Gerhard Jebsen Skipsreder-owned vessel was beached in the Oslo Fjord to prevent it from sinking, TradeWinds is told.
A spokesperson for the Joint Rescue Coordination Centre in Stavanger says the ship is now listing and taking on water.
He said: “Salvage crews are on scene with pumps but it doesn’t look too good at the moment.
“The vessel is partly submerged and listing. The list has increased in the last hours and she is not stable at the moment.
“There is no pollution so far, but if she goes any deeper it is feared the bunkers will spill out.”
All 12 crew and the pilot has been evacuated from the 4,556-dwt Crete Cement (built 2002), which is fully loaded and carrying 150 tons of fuel oil and 19 tons of diesel, he adds.
Rescue efforts are now focused on keeping the vessel in place amid fears it will slide along the bottom and sink further into the water, the spokesperson says.
A representative for the shipowner tells TradeWinds a grounding incident earlier this morning punctured the bow of the ship. Water flowed in and entered the engine room, he says.
It is not yet clear what caused the initial incident, “but there will speculation", the spokesperson adds.
Following an inspection by the crew, the Russian master and Norwegian pilot made a joint decision to ground the vessel at Fagerstrand, he says.
“Booms have now been placed around the ship to prevent any oil pollution,” he said. “This is a very vulnerable region and a recreation area for the residents, so it is very important there is no pollution.”
The Crete Cement is classed by Bureau Veritas with P&I cover from Gard of Norway.


By Andy Pierce in London
Published: 10:33 GMT, 19 lis 2008 | last updated: 15:19 GMT, 19 lis 2008 “


Pollution fears are growing after a stricken ship was deliberately grounded 20km south of Oslo this morning.
The Kristian Gerhard Jebsen Skipsreder-owned vessel was beached in the Oslo Fjord to prevent it from sinking, TradeWinds is told.
A spokesperson for the Joint Rescue Coordination Centre in Stavanger says the ship is now listing and taking on water.
He said: “Salvage crews are on scene with pumps but it doesn’t look too good at the moment.
“The vessel is partly submerged and listing. The list has increased in the last hours and she is not stable at the moment.
“There is no pollution so far, but if she goes any deeper it is feared the bunkers will spill out.”
All 12 crew and the pilot has been evacuated from the 4,556-dwt Crete Cement (built 2002), which is fully loaded and carrying 150 tons of fuel oil and 19 tons of diesel, he adds.
Rescue efforts are now focused on keeping the vessel in place amid fears it will slide along the bottom and sink further into the water, the spokesperson says.
A representative for the shipowner tells TradeWinds a grounding incident earlier this morning punctured the bow of the ship. Water flowed in and entered the engine room, he says.
It is not yet clear what caused the initial incident, “but there will speculation", the spokesperson adds.
Following an inspection by the crew, the Russian master and Norwegian pilot made a joint decision to ground the vessel at Fagerstrand, he says.
“Booms have now been placed around the ship to prevent any oil pollution,” he said. “This is a very vulnerable region and a recreation area for the residents, so it is very important there is no pollution.”
The Crete Cement is classed by Bureau Veritas with P&I cover from Gard of Norway.


By Andy Pierce in London
Published: 10:33 GMT, 19 lis 2008 | last updated: 15:19 GMT, 19 lis 2008
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