Emergency tug ordered after fuel pump damage
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Emergency tug ordered after fuel pump damage

The 'Migdale' en route from Lerwick, with a crew of four and a cargo of live fish on board, reported a fuel pump malfunction and was drifting at 1,5 knots, in position 60 45 41

19 August 2018 - 19:35

The 'Migdale' en route from Lerwick, with a crew of four and a cargo of live fish on board, reported a fuel pump malfunction and was drifting at 1,5 knots, in position 60 45 41.4 N, 000 12 21.0 W, on Aug 18, 2018, at 9.30 a.m. At 10 a.m. the emergency tug 'Ievoli Black' was tasked to tow the vessel into Lerwick. The vessel was carrying 20,000 litres of marine diesel oil as bunker on board. On site were SW winds of 6-7 Beaufort with three metre swell. At 10.45 a.m. the tug was stood down, and the pump defect was rectified as of 11.20 a.m. All safety checks were completed, and the vessel was making way at 8,7 knots towards Hoganes.

Source: VesselTracker.Com
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