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Piracy Attack GOA
23.01.2018
 A Panama flagged cement carrier was approached in the Gulf of Aden by a mother ship north of Somalia's eastern tip. The incident took place at 20:30 (East Africa Time Zone) 90 nautical miles southeast of Mukallah, Yemen. The armed team onboard fired a warning flare, which was ignored, and then warning shots. The attacking mother ship responded by firing against the vessel, prompting the armed team to fire a second volley of warning shots. In response, the pirate vessel reduced speed and altered its course. Crew is safe. BE EXTRA CAUTIOUS - SUGGEST TO APPLY ALL BMP4 MEASURES - EXTRA VIGILANCE IS REQUIREDFor all your Armed Guard Needs, feel free to contact usMail: marine@eskomarine.com.trTel: +90 216 688 37 56Person In Charge: Ali Kuray  
Eskomarine holds the 1st of the Inustry Update Panel
23.01.2018
Eskomarine, a member of The Maritime House , helps the first of the Industry Update Panel at Radisson Blu Atasehir. The event was extremely well attended by guests from leading shipping companies , classification societies, maritime universities. The event was followed by a cocktail where the guests had the chance to interact with the speakers and share views as well as ask questions about the products.Introduction of The Maritime House was made by Erhan Esinduy after which followed the presentations by the panelistsJuha Kiukas , European Sales Director for Trojan Ballast Water Treatment SystemsHenrik Nielsen, Sales director for Insatech Providing solutions with respect to bunker management, Fuel oil consumption monitoring and vessel performance monitoring systemsDominique Philibert , Technical Director of CR Ocean Engi...
Eskomarine will be holding the 1st Industry Update Panel
26.12.2017
Inorder to keep the industry informed of all the changes, Eskomarine member of The Maritime House will be hosting its 1st Industry Update Panel on the 9th of January 2018 at the Radisson Blu Atasehir.The Panel will commence at 14:00 hrs and attendance will be by invitation only, the panelists will includeMr Juha Kiukas , Sales Director of the Canadian Ballast Water Treatment Systems producer Trojan Marinex.Mr Dominique Philibert , Technical Director of the American SOx Scrubber producers CR Ocean EngineeringMr Henrik Nielsen, Sales Manager of the Danish Bunkering Management Systems and Fuel Consumption Monitoring Systems as well as Vessel Performance Monitoring Systems Insatech Each panelist, representing the market leaders in their resprective fields, will talk not only about the rlative products bu...
Eskomarine joins forces with Jointtop of China
27.11.2017
As part of our continuous improvement, we have joined forces together with Jointtop of China for the purpose of providing dry dock brokerage services to our esteemed clients. This joint venture will bring a new understanding to the dry dockings of your fleet vessels. Jointtop docks around 150 ships annually in all major yards in China and now we will be extending this service to our Turkish clients. We say we are going to change the game and we will. Our clients will receive a single quotation from us with unbeatable prices and they will have the flexibility of choosing from a number of major yards in China  to dock their vessel depending on their voyage or climate conditions at the time, we have our own offices in every yard with permanent personnel who will assist our client's superintendents from beginning ...
Trojan Marinex BWT Systems update on USCG Type Approval
11.04.2017
Trojan Marinex is fully committed to obtain a USCG type approval as well as the new G8 approval for the whole Marinex series of Ballast water treatment equipmentTrojan was the FIRST maker to apply for USCG Type approval in  2015 however the application was declined and the reason for the denial was the test method used for phyto plankton organisms on our USCG type approval testing called MPN. Throughout 2016 and 2017 Trojan has worked towards a legislative solution Until now, some UV based ballast water treatment systems (Alfa Laval and Optimarine) have received their USCG type approval via testing the phytoplankton organisms with a USCG approved test method called staining, which fits poorly to UV based solution.  This led to limitations on their certificates (3-day holidng requirement before ballas...
Eskomarine takes part in the 14th Exposhipping Istanbul
26.03.2017
Eskomarine once again took part in this year's Exposhipping Istanbul. This time being a member of The Maritime House, Eskomarine was present at The Martitime House stand together with the other two members of TMH, Alpha Marine Consulting Turkey and Nexus Maritime Istanbul. The event turned out to be a great success and we had hundreds of clients and friends visit us over the 4 day period.Together at the stand with Eskomarine were Trojan Marinex represented by Juha Kiukas, CR Ocean Engineering represented by Paul Brown, Cernaval shipyards represented by Enrique Perez and Rafael Pena, Insatech represented by David Santilhano.We would like to thank everyone for visiting us and making this event a great success ad a very special one... We will continue to bring all our clients only the highest quality products as well as th...
Somali Pirates hijack first commercial ship since 2012 !!!
15.03.2017
Pirates have hijacked Sri Lankan flagged tanker ARIS 13 together with 8 crew members. The tanker was reportedly proceeding from Mogadishu to Djibouti, the master issued a mayday alert at position soon after which communications were lost with the vessel. According to sources, contact has been made  with the vessel via telephone by E.U Naval Force operational headquarters in London and the master confirmed that armed men were on baord his ship demanding a ransom for the ship's release.Read Piracy Update issued by Bowline Defence Ltd U.K And Reuters Article   
Ballast Water Management: Getting ready for 2017...
07.03.2017
The ratification of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Ballast Water Management (BWM) Convention has set the date in which the Convention will enter into force and, subsequently, when the standards in regulations D-1 and D-2 will begin being enforced under Port State Control (outside of the U.S.).Starting September 8, 2017, vessels with greater than 400 gross tonnage will be required to manage ballast water by either installing a ballast water treatment system or performing ballast water exchange (BWE). All vessels must also maintain a ballast water management plan and record book.THE RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH BALLAST WATER EXCHANGE:Operations are more hazardous than normal port operations and could result in lengthy delays and may also put the safety of the vessel in jeopardy; careful planning is requi...
Exposhipping Istanbul 21-24 March 2017
11.02.2017
Eskomarine (a member of The Maritime House) will be taking part in this years Exposhipping Istanbul, organised by UBM and offically supported by Chamber of Shipping Turkey. Come and visit us at our stand C-60 Together with us you at the stand will be the other two members of The Maritime House; Alpha Marine Consulting Turkey and Nexus Maritime Istanbul as well as;Trojan Marinex Ballast Water Treatment SystemsCR Ocean Engineering Exhaust Gas Scrubber SystemsInsatech Bunkering and Fuel Consumption Management SystemsBowline Defence Armed Guards ProvidersKCC Korean Coatings Company Register online

THE MARITIME HOUSE

The Maritime House is a unique maritime consultancy set up in Turkey housing Esko Marine , Alpha Marine Consulting Turkey and Nexus Maritime Istanbul


The Maritime House, Ağaoğlu My Office Lale Sok. No:1 Kat:13 Daire:54 Ataşehir, 34746 Istanbul / Turkey