Plavkran Joined the Operation in the Kerch Strait to Remove the Shallows of the Ship “Maryland”

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The shipowner attracted a floating crane to unload the Maryland dry cargo ship, which ran aground on March 13 in the Kerch Strait. After partial unloading, the vessel will attempt to lift off the tug, the Rosmorrechflot press service reported on Tuesday.

“Yesterday a floating crane approached the vessel, today it will be unloaded. After that, the tug “Rescuer Demidov” will try to remove it from the ground, “said the source.

Earlier it was reported that the ship “Maryland” displacing 20 thousand tons came from 17 thousand tons of metal. On the evening of March 13, it ran aground in the Kerch Strait between the ports of Crimea and the Caucasus.

Plavkran Joined the Operation in the Kerch Strait to Remove the Shallows of the Ship "Maryland"

The vessel does not interfere with navigation in the Kerch Strait, which is carried out in the normal mode, it is not damaged, there is no threat to the environment and the crew. All attempts to remove the ship from the shoal with tows were unsuccessful.

 

Source: Maritime News of Russia