May 27, 2024
How Danish bulker got damaged in collision with Greek bulker, Aegean Sea
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How Danish bulker got damaged in collision with Greek bulker, Aegean Sea

Greek and Danish bulk carriers LEVANTES and CLIPPER COMO collided at around 0100 UTC Sep 18 in the Aegean Sea some 10 nm SW of Bozcaada island, Turkey, according to FleetMon.

It stated: “No news yet on LEVANTES damages, while CLIPPER COMO, apparently was heavily damaged, breached portside cargo hold area, taking on water.

“The ships were sailing in opposite directions – LEVANTES laden with wheat completed Dardanelles transit en route from Russia to Egypt; CLIPPER COMO was en route from Jorf Lasfar Morocco to Samsun Turkey, Black sea, also in laden condition, with a cargo of phosphate.

“As of 0430 UTC Sep 18, CLIPPER COMO was adrift SW of Bozcaada, surrounded by Turkish tugs, CG and aux boats. Understood the ship is in serious danger, she developed heavy fore tilt and portside list.”

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