Emergency Response & Rescue

Mubarak Marine has successfully come to the assistance of hundreds of vessels in distress and requiring emergency assistance.  From a burning container vessel loaded with thousands of containers or a burning chemical tanker carrying tonnes of dangerous cargo in the Arabian Gulf on verge of sinking, to a large Aframax tanker with loss of power in the South of Indian Ocean, infested with pirates and with monsoons at its height, a Mubarak Marine vessel has been there to respond and rescue crew and vessels.  A fully equipped 24 hrs / 365 days manned operations center with standby tugs, responds and despatches tugs to vessels at high seas in dire need of assistance.

 In addition, Mubarak Marine has provided safety and standby services at offshore platforms and drilling rigs in oil and gas fields as part of safety and standby duties in which the vessel and crew must remain diligent, alert and in a constant state of readiness.

 Our clients include some of the world’s largest Hull and Machinery Underwriters and Oil and Gas companies.

List of notable projects :

Harbour Towing Operation: Nov. 16 2009 – Emergency RESCUE & RESPONSE: MV. GHESHM 1130 Hrs – 1330 Hrs Tug Mansoor towed this 42.60 Mtr Ship from 3 NM off Hamriya Port as the vessel has rudder problem. Client: CORAL SHIPPING

July 2009 – Emergency Response project for supplies and assistance to loaded 8,000 dwt Cargo Ship “Victoria” after her release from pirates in Somalia; supplies carried out after Rescue tow to shelter of Socotra Island.

February 2009 – Rescue towage and salvage of flooded/abandoned of a loaded 4,000 dwt Cargo Ship “Sorraya” . Towed to Sir Abu Nuayr, UAE

July 2008 – Emergency Response to tow a loaded Gas cargo ship running adrift in the Arabian Sea to port in Sharjah, UAE. P-P4 Emergency Salvage Operation carried out for Dubai Police – Ports Department and Dubai Civil Defense for the removal of partly sunken wooden dhow wedged under Maktoum Bridge blocking the channel. Crane Barge Al Amlaq and Tugs Adel and Mansoor were used for the operation.