May 21, 2024
MARITIME ACCIDENT: US offshore ship disabled, taking on water in Gulf of Mexico
MARITIME ACCIDENT: US offshore ship disabled, taking on water in Gulf of Mexico
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MARITIME ACCIDENT: US offshore ship disabled, taking on water in Gulf of Mexico

By Our Correspondent

Offshore supply ship THUNDER has encountered water ingress in the Gulf of Mexico, some 65 nm south of Port Fourchon, Louisiana, according to FleetMon.
It stated: “Offshore supply ship THUNDER in the afternoon Jul 23 reported water ingress in Gulf of Mexico some 65 nm south of Port Fourchon, Louisiana. The ship is returning to Port Fourchon after carrying out offshore works, with ETA Jul 24.
“THUNDER was disabled and went adrift at around 1900 UTC Jul 23, as of 0345 UTC Jul 24 she was dead in the water, drifting in southern direction, with US Coast Guard ship USCG MORAY nearby. THUNDER sister ship of the same company, MV SQUALL.”

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