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SHIPBREAKING – Bulletin of information and analysis on end-of-life ships

2017 [1] – 2016 [2]2015 [3]2014 [4]2013 [5]2012 [6]2011 [7]2010 [8]2009 [9]2008 [10]2007 [11]2006 [11]

 

 

Ships sent to demolition in 2019

Shipbreaking # 55 – from January 1 to March 31, 2019, pdf 59 pages, 9.5 Mo [12]

[13]Raysut II, p. 49. © Gcaptain

Ships sent to demolition in 2018

Shipbreaking # 54 – from October 1 to December 31, 2018, pdf 49 pages, 7.7 Mo [14]

[15]© Shipbreaking / Facebook group

Shipbreaking # 53 – from July 1 to September 30,  2018, pdf 37 pages, 13.1 Mo [16]

[17]Antwerpen for sale to be scrapped in Nigeria, Niger Delta © DR

Shipbreaking # 52 – from Apris 1 to June 30 2018, pdf 83 pages, 13.1 Mo [18]

[19]© Chuck Wicklund

Shipbreaking # 51 – from January 1 to March 31, 2018, pdf 91 pages, 15.4 Mo [20]

[21]© Alap Ghia

Ships sent to demolition in 2017

Shipbreaking # 50 – from October 1 to December 31, 2017, pdf 99 pages, 17.6 Mo [22]

Sea Merchant at Alang, November 2017. © Sanjeewa Madusanka

 Shipbreaking #49- from July 1 to September 30, 2017, pdf 88 pages, 14 Mo [23]

 

[24]Hansa Bremen, Alang, August 2017. © Jitendra Solanki Jays

Shipbreaking #48 – from April 1 to June 30, 2017, pdf 90 pages, 13.8 Mo [25]

[26]Stavronisi, December 2010. © Capt D.I. Flokas

Shipbreaking #47 – from January 1 to March 31, 2017, pdf 94 pages, 17 Mo [27]

[28]Oasis, ex-Oasia, ex-Saga Ruby, ex-Caronia, ex-Vistafjord, April 2017, Alang
© Vaja Nilesh

Ships sent to demolition in 2016

Shipbreaking #46 – from October 1 to December 31, 2016, pdf 83 pages, 14 Mo [29]

Maersk-Shipper_Maersk-Searcher_robin-des-bois-demolition [30]Maersk Shipper and Maersk Searcher sank off Brittany, France, on December 22, 2016
© Inspektionsskibet Vestkysten

Shipbreaking # 45 – July 1 to September 30, 2016, pdf 66 pages, 11,8 Mo [31]

alc45-gadani [32]Tragedy in Gadani (Pakistan) screenshot Dunya news

Shipbreaking # 44, April 1 to June 30, 2016. pdf, 90 pages, 8 Mo [33]

Maersk Wyoming-Alang-28-mai [34]
Maersk Wyoming at Alang, May 2016 © Sajjad Chowdhury

Shipbreaking # 43, January 1 to March 31, 2016. pdf 85 pages, 8 Mo [35]

[36]TS Taipei © Taiwan Environmental Protection Agency

Ships sent to demolition in 2015

2006-2015. 10 years of “Shipbreaking” bulletin and 16 ex vessels, outstanding, controversial, historical, magnificicent, cursed. [37]( extract from the 2015 collection, pdf 3 pages, 2 Mo)

2015 Collection. Shipbreaking # 39 to 42 – Ships sent to demolition from January 1st to Decembre 31st. pdf 274 pages, 33 Mo [38]

Shipbreaking # 42, October 1 to December 31, 2015. pdf 63 pages, 10 Mo [39]

Veronica-Mona-Lisa-Kungsholm_a-la-casse-n-42_robin-des-bois [40]Veronica at Alang – Shipbreaking #42. © Franz A. Havranek

Shipbreaking # 41, from July1 to September 30, pdf 60 pages, 7 Mo [41]

a-la-casse-41-plateforme-offshore_robin-des-bois [42]© Birat Bhattacharjee

Shipbreaking #40, April 1 to June 30, 2015. Pdf 70 pages, 9 Mo. [43]

Alc-40_Star-Dieppe_Robin-des-Bois [44]Star Dieppe. Shipbreaking #40 © Clark Crawford

Shipbreaking # 39, January 1 to March 31, 2015, Pdf 77 pages, 9 Mo [45]

39_AQUA_STAR-robin-des-bois [46]Aqua Star. Shipbreaking #39. © A. Kolomatchenko

Ships sent to demolition in 2014

2014 Collection. Shipbreaking # 35 to 38 – Ships sent to demolition from January 1st to Decembre 31st. pdf 270 pages, 24 Mo [47]

Shipbreaking # 38, October 1 to December 31, 2014, 73 pages, 7.4 Mo [48]

38_Cosette_explosion-robin-des-bois [49]The scuttling of Cosette. Shipbreaking #38. © Préfecture 972

Shipbreaking # 37, July 1 to September 30, 2014 – pdf 64 pages, 6 Mo [50]

37_famille Viktor, Rybachiy Zavozhlsk-robin-des-bois [51]Factory-ships at Arkhangelsk, prior departing for demolition.  Shipbreaking #37 © Eugene Iron

Shipbreaking # 36, April 1 to June 30, 2014 – pdf 69 pages, 5.6 Mo [52]

36_Lyubov Bateau fantome [53]Lyubov Orlova, the ghost ship. Shipbreaking #36. From nedcruise.info/ Paul Kerrien © Robin des Bois

Shipbreaking #35, January 1 to March 31, 2014 – pdf 62 pages, 8 Mo [54]

35_NORDVIK_en_-robin-des-bois [55]Nordvik. Shipbreaking #35. © Smadzi

Ships sent to demolition in 2013

2013 Collection. Shipbreaking # 31 to 34 – Ships sent to demolition from January 1st to Decembre 31st. pdf 307 pages, 31 Mo [56]

Shipbreaking #34, November 1 to December 31, 2013 – pdf 56 pages, 6.6 Mo [57]

34_NASA UNITY-robin-des-bois [58]Nasa Unity, Gadani Beach (Pakistan). Shipbreaking #34. © Shahid

Shipbreaking #33, August 1 to October 31 2013 – pdf 82 pages, 8 Mo [59]

33_Thepsu_1990-robin-des-bois [60]The ex Usuki Pioneer. Wind-assited ships. Shipbreaking #33. © Keith Edney

Shipbreaking #32, May 1 to July 31, 2013 – pdf 75 pages, 9 Mo [61]

32_Douglas Bay-robin-des-bois [62]The diamond dredger Douglas Bay. Shipbreaking #32. © Captain Peter / Shipspotting

Shipbreaking # 31, January 1 to April 30, [63]2013 – pdf 90 pages, 6.89 Mo [63]

31_Nadezdha_Dez-robin-des-bois [64]Nadezdha, “Dez”, beaching at Gadani (Pakistan). Shipbreaking #31. © Shahid

Ships sent to demolition in 2012

2012 Collection. Shipbreaking # 27 to 30 – Ships sent to demolition from January 1st to Decembre 31st. pdf 267 pages, 18 M [65]o [66]

Shipbreaking # 30, January 2013 – pdf 69 pages, 6 Mo [67]

30_Charlesville-robin-des-bois [68]Charlesville. Shipbreaking #30. © Danny Van der Hauwaert / Seniorennet.be

Shipbreaking #29, October 2012 – pdf 64 pages, 5,39 Mo [69]

Shipbreaking #28, July 2012 – pdf 56 pages, 3,60 Mo [70]

28_Ocean Shearer-robin-des-bois [71]The Ocean Shearer is to be broken up : end of the cruise for the sheeps. Shipbreaking #28. © Les Blair

Shipbreaking #27, May 2012 – pdf 74 pages, 3,90 Mo [72]

27_AKADEMIK_VAVILOV-robin-des-bois [73]A sea lion loses a place of refuge. Akademik Vavilov. Shipbreaking #27 © Marinetraffic

Ships sent to demolition in 2011

2011 Collection. Shipbreaking.com # 23 to 26 – Ships sent to demolition from January 1st to Decembre 31st. pdf 198 pages, 18 Mo [74]

Shipbreaking #26, February 2012 – pdf 44 pages, 3,90 Mo [75]

26_saint_clair-robin-des-bois [76]Fire on the ferry Saint- Clair, August 4, 1990. Shipbreaking #26 © Yvon Perchoc

Shipbreaking #25, November 2011 – pdf 47 pages, 3,24 Mo [77]

25_Regency-Sky-robin-des-bois [78]Regency Sky, the ship that never sailed. Shipbreaking #25 © Aleksi Lindström

Shipbreaking #24, August 2011 – pdf 49 pages, 2,95 Mo [79]

24_Wisdom-robin-des-bois [80]Wisdom aground on Juhu Beach, near Mumbai (India). Shipbreaking # 24. © seandsilva / Shipspotting

Shipbreaking #23, May 2011- pdf 56 pages, 3.82 Mo [81]

23Msc-Chitra-robin-des-bois [82]Oil spill and drifting containers around MSC Chitra. Shipbreaking #23 © laborratte66 / Vesseltracker

Ships sent to demolition in 2010

2010 Collection. Shipbreaking.com #19 to 22 – Ships sent to demolition from January 1st to Decembre 31st. pdf 159 pages, 7.3 Mo [83]

Shipbreaking #22, January 2011- pdf 39 pages, 2,3 Mo [84]

Shipbreaking #21, November 2010 – pdf 43 pages, 3,82 Mo [85]

a_la_casse_21_Laurel-robindesbois [86]Laurel. Shipbreaking #21. © Mike Schuler

Shipbreaking #20, July 2010 – pdf 45 pages, 1,46 Mo [87]

casse-20-robindesbois [88]Bay of Nouadhibou, Mauritania. Shipbreaking #20 © Jan Smith

Ship-breaking #19, April 2010 – pdf 31 pages, 916 ko [89]

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Presidente Floriano. Shipbreaking #19. © Shipspotting

Ships sent to demolition in 2009

2009 Collection. Shipbreaking.com #15 to 18 – Ships sent to demolition from January 1st to Decembre 31st. pdf 135 pages, 4.6 Mo [91]

Shipbreaking #18, January 2010 – pdf 41 pages, 1,56 Mo [92]

Shipbreaking #17, September 2009 – pdf 31 pages, 1 Mo [93]

kashmir-web [94]Khashmir. Shipbreaking #17. © Reuter/Matthias Seifert

Shipbreaking #16, July 2009 – pdf 35 pages, 1 Mo [95]

juillet 2009 – pdf 35 pages, 1 Mo [96]

16_MSC-Rosa-M_robin-des-bois [97]MSC Rosa M. Shipbreaking # 16. © Yvon Perchoc

Shipbreaking #15, April 2009 – pdf 35 pages, 1 Mo [98]

15_Eternal-Mariner_robin-des-bois [99]The car carrier Eternal Mariner. Shipbreaking # 15. © Clyde Dickens

Shipbreaking #14, February 2009 – pdf 23 pages, 470 ko [100]

Cementco-robindesbois [101] Cementco. Shipbreaking #14. © Shipspotting

Ships sent to demolition in 2008

Shipbreaking. Special issue, global statement 2008 of ships sent to demolition, February 2009 – pdf 63 pages, 3,31 Mo [102]

Shipbreaking #13, September 2008 – pdf 18 pages, 880 ko [103]

bateau-phare-robindesbois [104]Lightboat, Le Havre. Shipbreaking #13. © Robin des Bois

Shipbreaking #12, June 2008 -pdf 20 pages, 640 ko [105]

golden-lucy_2008_robin-des_bois [106]Shipbreaking #12. © Marineros – Shipspotting

Shipbreaking #11, January 2008 – pdf 11 pages, 440 ko [107]

NU - 11 Flipper 2-Robindesbois [108]Flipper II. Shipbreaking #11 © Angel Luis Godar Moreira

Ships sent to demolition in 2007

Shipbreaking. Special issue, Global statement 2007 of ships sent to demolition, January 2008 – pdf 53 pages, 1,9 Mo [109]

Shipbreaking #10, October 2007 – pdf 13 pages, 587 ko [110]

Shipbreaking #9, July 2007 – pdf 15 pages, 514 ko [111]

Shipbreaking #8, 2007 – pdf 12 pages, 270 ko [112]

8_Tahir-Kiran_robin-des-bois [113]Tahir Kiran. A la Casse n°8. © Robin des Bois

Ships sent to demolition in 2006

Shipbreaking. Bulletin of information 2006 on end-of-life ships. # 1 to 7 – pdf 43 pages, 875 ko [114]

 

Lucifer-robindesbois [115] Lucifer. Shipbreaking #2. © Robin des Bois

domiat-robindesbois [116]Domiat. Shipbreaking #5.© Robin des Bois