May 27, 2024
MARITIME ACCIDENT: Caravan breakthrough at Black sea in Japan
MARITIME ACCIDENT: Caravan breakthrough at Black sea in Japan
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MARITIME ACCIDENT: Caravan breakthrough at Black sea in Japan

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A Japanese Capesize bulk carrier OCEAN COURTSEY with 172,000 tons of iron ore concentrate (destination Constanta Romania), and Greek bulk carrier ANNA THERESA with 56,000 tons of pig iron (destination Varna Bulgaria), according to FleetMon.

It stated: “Japanese Capesize bulk carrier OCEAN COURTSEY with 172,000 tons of iron ore concentrate (destination Constanta Romania), and Greek bulk carrier ANNA THERESA with 56,000 tons of pig iron (destination Varna Bulgaria), left Pivdenniy Port (Yuzniy), at about the same time, probably planning a joint breakthrough, a group sailing.

“They keep close until around 0500 UTC, when OCEAN COURTSEY suddenly stopped. She resumed sailing at around 1420 UTC, slowly gathering way. ANNA THERESA didn’t wait and sailed on.”

It added: “As of 1430 UTC, both ships are under way, but now separate, AIS on.”

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