Damaged feeder ship heading to Gdańsk

Damaged feeder ship heading to Gdańsk

12-11-2018 12:00:00

The feeder ship Mito Strait, which went aground north of Funen last Monday, is on its way to Gdańsk in Poland where it will be checked in at a shipyard. The container vessel left Fredericia on Friday afternoon after it had been emptied for containers, and after the owners had gotten permission from the Danish Maritime Authorities.

Mito Strait is followed on the trip to Gdansk by the tugboat Fenja, which will be ready to intervene in case any problems occur.

The Feeder ship will maintain a speed of 4-5 knot on the trip, and is expected to reach Gdansk just before the night to Tuesday.

Original information hinted that Mito Strait was supposed to go to Fayard Shipyard for reparations, but this is no longer the case.

Mito Strait was heading from Hamburg to Fredericia, when it went aground around 05.00 o’clock Monday morning last week.

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