Two Ships One on Bosphorus Another on Caspian sea Meet with an Accident


Two ships one on the Caspian sea and another on the Bosphorous meet with an accident, says an article published in Maritime Bulletin.

Ship aground on Volga

Geo research ship IKRYANINSKIY with 49 crew and scientific personnel on board ran aground on 120-kilometer mark in the Volga – Caspian Sea Channel, while proceeding to Astrakhan, Volga. As of 1310 UTC Sep 11, she was still aground, says an article published in maNo breaches, to leak reported. Not clear if traffic is affected or remains open.

Research ship IKRYANINSKIY, IMO 8228608, dwt 2743, built 1984, flag Russia, owner CASPIYGEOSERVICE.

General cargo ship DUNE 2, Bosphorus

General cargo ship DUNE 2 suffered engine failure in the morning of Sep 11, while transiting Bosphorus in the northern direction en route from Izmir Turkey to Rostov, Azov sea, Russia. The ship was taken to Buyukdere anchorage, Bosphorus, Istanbul. As of 1310 UTC Sep 11, DUNE 2 was still at anchor.
General cargo ship DUNE 2, IMO 8728048, dwt 4761, built 1983, flag Russia, manager OSS LTD.

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Source: MaritimeBulletin


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