A giant vessel called the 'Pioneering Spirit' passed through the Dardanelles Strait to perform the task of laying down the deep water section of Turkish Stream Natural Gas Pipeline. During the passage of the ship, the Strait was bi-directionally closed to transit ship passages.
After Turkish Stream to complete their work on the 930-kilometer deep-sea section of the first pipeline will supply natural gas to Turkey carried out maintenance and repair of the Netherlands 'Pioneering Spirit' has a length of 448 meters, a total of 382 meters in length and 403 thousand 342 gross tons Maltese-flagged giant ships' tonnage while It is on its way back to the Black Sea.
The giant ship passing through the Dardanelles, headed towards the Sea of Marmara.
At 07:50, the ship that reached Çanakkale was accompanied by the Coastal Safety General Directorate's 'Kurtarma-1', 'Kurtarma-4', 'Kurtarma-9' and 'Kurtarma-10' tugboats and Coast Guard boats.
During the passage of the ship, the Strait was bi-directionally suspended to all other ship passages.
Citizens also watched the Strait passage of the giant ship with interest. Some citizens recorded these moments on their cell phones.