The Gibraltar Port Authority has confirmed that the operation to raise both sections of the OS 35 wreck out of the water was successfully completed on 3 July. The two sections of the hull are now safely on top of the semi-submersible vessel Fjord. Surveys of the...
The Captain of the Port of Gibraltar has confirmed that the operation to lift the bow of the OS 35 commenced on 27 June. The OS 35 has been sitting off the coast of Gibraltar, partially submerged and broken in two, since August last year after being involved in a...
The Gibraltar Port Authority reports that all cargo has been removed from the wreck of the OS 35. Next step: removal of the wreck alltogether. A total of 33,632 tonnes of steel bars have been lifted from the wreck, in a critical milestone for the operation. Detailed...
Bad weather has caused the wreck of the bulk carrier OS 35 to split in two. According to the Gibraltar Port Authority, the shipwreck shifted, resulting in the separation of the hull and minor oil residue leaking from the ship. The extreme waxing and waning of the tide...
According to the Gibraltar Port Authority, the partially submerged wreck of the bulk carrier OS 35 has suffered more damage as a result of recent storms. The two parts of the ship are now only tenuously held together by the bilge keel. On 29 August, 2022, the OS 35...
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