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MOL Comfort "parts" in good condition, drifting towards India

It seems that the two halves of the container vessel 'MOL Comfort' can be salvaged says team leader Marius Bakker loss adjuster Cunningham Lindsey in Rotterdam.

MOL Comfort "parts" in good condition, drifting towards India
26 June 2013 - 05:39
It seems that the two halves of the container vessel 'MOL Comfort' can be salvaged says team leader Marius Bakker loss adjuster Cunningham Lindsey in Rotterdam.He says that based on the first inspections carried out by people of Smit Salvage and Nippon on Monday with patrol and rescue ships arrived near the parts of the ship.From the 'Capricorn', a tug from Sri Lanka at the front part of the "MOL Comfort 'has arrived, according to Bakker established a first inspection that the ship's half true three meters leans forward (with the head down drives "), but that a bulkhead is in order. "And that's good news for storage. It seems that it looks pretty good. " 

The tug 'Pacific Terrier' is located elsewhere on the Arabian Sea on the other, rear part of the "MOL Comfort '.'That also seems to look good in, "says Bakker. "From that part of the engine room is still in tact, and it is the part with the most buoyancy." 

The distance between the two parts of the ship, both the direction of driving India, is growing day by day. The front part is so hard, that it would be run, as the tugs would not have been there. In on time on the coast of India within a week The rear part, for the weekend was 170 kilometers behind, speed now 360 kilometers behind the front piece. 

If the salvage operation would indeed get underway with success is still the question of which port is ready to receive the parts of the "MOL Comfort" says Bakker.
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