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Bulkcarrier resumed voyage after inspections
The "Hakata Queen" has left the anchorage off Frederikshavn on July 20 after the inspections were completed after it was allowed to resume the voyage to Gdynia where it was now being expected on July 22 at 10 p.m.
Salvors have managed to pull "Hakata Queen" at Læsø free on July 18. The ship was now on the way to Frederikshavn where the cargo ship will anchor for a diving survey, which will be made either in the evening or during July 19. If the ship is declared seaworthy, it may continue his trip to Gdansk. The vessel moored off Frederikshavn on July 18 at 6.30 p.m. with the Danish tug "Obelix" (IMO: 9691448) attending.
Bulkcarrier still stuck
On July 16 the "Hakata Queen" was still stuck about 15 nautical miles south of Læsø and 12 miles east of Hals in the Aalborg Bay after she ran aground on July 15 at 4 a.m. The "Mette Miljø" left the site around 5 p.m. after no Pollution was observed and headed for the port of Hals. A salvage company was developping a plan how to refloat the ship. Before the ship is allowed to sail after the salvage, it must be examined by divers.News schreiben