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Iranian container ship Shahraz collided with Samudra Sakti I in Singapore Strait

According to foreign media reports, on May 10, at 1900, the container ship "Shahraz" and the bulk carrier "Samudra Sakti I" collided and ran aground in the Singapore Strait south of St. John's Island.

14 May 2020 - 13:37 - Update: 14 May 2020 - 14:14

Two ships ran aground one after another in the Singapore Strait

According to foreign media reports, on May 10, at 1900, the container ship "Shahraz" and the bulk carrier "Samudra Sakti I" collided and ran aground in the Singapore Strait south of St. John's Island.

The two ships sailed to the east at full speed on the south side less than one nautical mile wide. In order to avoid the tug turning to the right, the “Shahraz” wheel turned to the right to avoid the tugboat. Among them, the “Shahraz” ship was stranded at the north-north position of Batu Berhanti on the south side of the split navigation. The ship is located at the highest point of the shallow point. It can be clearly seen in the picture that there is a serious mid-arch. crack.



The "Samudra Sakti I" wheel was stranded at Batu Berhanti's southerly position, the bow of the ship was cocked, and was close to the Batu Berhanti lighthouse.

It is understood that the "Shahraz" ship sails from Port Klang to Shanghai Ocean Mountain Port in China, and the "Samudra Sakti I" ship sails from Palawan to Baya in southwestern Java, Indonesia. "Shahraz" ship country Iran, with a capacity of 6572teu, was built in 2008; "Samudra Sakti I" ship country Indonesia, with a deadweight of 23573dwt.

The "Samudra Sakti I" wheel was stranded at Batu Berhanti's southerly position, the bow of the ship was cocked, and was close to the Batu Berhanti lighthouse.

It is understood that the "Shahraz" ship sails from Port Klang to Shanghai Ocean Mountain Port in China, and the "Samudra Sakti I" ship sails from Palawan to Baya in southwestern Java, Indonesia. "Shahraz" ship country Iran, with a capacity of 6572teu, was built in 2008; "Samudra Sakti I" ship country Indonesia, with a deadweight of 23573dwt.


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