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Cable ship anchored in mid traffic

Cable ship anchored in mid traffic

12-03-2013 08:00:00


The cable and diving vessel Cable One, which belongs to the diving company Jydsk Dykkerfirma in Holstebro, has in recent days been lying still just north of Elsinore, where crew members are busy repairing a large electrical cable.

The position is not optimal - in the middle of the traffic at the entrance to Øresund. But until now everything has fortunately gone well anyways.

Source: Helsingør Dagblad


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