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The first web2.0 spanish blog about Maritime Affairs. El primer blog web2.0 español sobre el sector marítimo.

Spill battle after bulker breaks up

BERGEN 15 January – Norwegian authorities have spent the weekend fighting to control an oil spill from a Handysize bulker that ran aground and broke up on Friday. The 33,333-dwt Cyprus-registered Server was in ballast en route for Murmansk when it sailed close to Norway's west coast to enable a sick member of the crew to be taken off. In heavy weather the vessel ran aground and broke in two at about 2300. The 25 seafarers on board were rescued by tugs and helicopters. The vessel had 582 tonnes of bunker oil and 72 tonnes of diesel on board at the time of the incident, and it is estimated that about 270 tonnes of fuel have leaked into the sea. Norwegian broadcasting company NRK said a major operation is underway to combat the pollution. The bow section has now been towed to Hjeltefjorden. The Server is owned by Avena Shipping in Limassol, and is operated and managed by Dalnave Navigation in Athens, Greece. The ship’s captain has ruled out engine trouble, but declined to disclose details pending an inquiry.

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