A Dutch cargo vessel, carrying wind turbine parts, broke down off the west coast of Orkney on Saturday. The reports state that the vessel suffered an Engine failure and lost its power. On Sunday, the vessel has been towed to the Moray Firth. The ship was towed through the Pentland Firth and down the east coast overnight by the Einar tug, owned by Orkney Islands Council.
[Podcast] Havila’s Norwegian Coastal Voyage
In order to discuss the Norwegian Coastal Voyage and the new Havila ships unveiled throughout the previous year, Lasse Vangstein of Havila Voyages joins...