Two cargo ships were beached by typhoon last week at Cua Viet beach, Vietnam, reports Maritime Bulletin.
Two cargo ships HOANG TUAN 26 and THANH THANH DAT 68 got beached by a typhoon last week at Cua Viet beach, North Central Vietnam.
As of morning Nov 17, both ships remain aground. Salvage operation to refloat HOANG TUAN 26 is under way, with an excavator freeing the ship’s rudder from sand.
Plans for ships refloating and removal were already presented by owners to local authorities.
About the vessels
HOANG TUAN 26
General cargo ship HOANG TUAN 26, IMO 9399959, dwt 2931, built 2006, flag Vietnam, manager HOANG TUAN TRANSPORT CO LTD, Nam Dinh (EQUASIS).
THANH THANH DAT 68
General cargo ship THANH THANH DAT 68, IMO 9329241, dwt 2336, buily 2005, flag Vietnam, manager THANH DAT CO LTD, Haiphong (EQUASIS).
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Source: Maritime Bulletin