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Grounded ship is pulled free tonight

Grounded ship is pulled free tonight

16-10-2017 16:00:00


The dry cargo ship Bornholm, which sailed aground in Randers Fjord at midnight, is attempted to be freed between 19 - 20 tonight, the Defense Forces Operations Center reports. The ship is detained and will be taken to Randers for further inspection.

The team leader at the Defense Operations Center emphasizes to Maritime Denmark that no leaks have been identified in connection with the grounding.

The Latvian-flagged 88-meter long cargo ship was on its way to the port of Randers with a load of stone when it sailed aground at the entrance to the narrow canal at Kareholm in the fjord at midnight.

Bornholm is 2443 dwt and was built in 2007.

Source: The editors of Maritime Denmark


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