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9701281 : the ship KEA TRADER saga keeps going on...
It’s been one year now since the 2,194 TEU capacity containership Kea Trader ran aground on a reef in the South Pacific, setting off one of the more complex container ship salvages since the 2011 grounding of the M/V Rena in New Zealand.
The M/V Kea Trader was only half a year old when she grounded on 12 July 2017, during a voyage from Papeete, in French Polynesia, to Nouméa while loaded with 782 containers and flat-racks. In the year since the grounding, the ship has experienced back-to-back cyclones and all-around bad
weather that has prevented salvors from boarding the vessel more than half the time.
On today’s one-year anniversary, however, the shipowner Lomar Shipping is reporting progress in the salvage and recovery project.
According to Lomar, the salvage began with the removal of 1,009 cubic meters of heavy fuel oils (HFO), diesel and... Read more by following below external link...