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UK MAIB issues report on Sirena Seaways

On 22 June 2013, the ferry Sirena Seaways made heavy contact with berth 3 at Harwich International Port. The impact caused considerable damage to the fore-end of the vessel, including penetrations below the waterline. The linkspan at berth 3 collapsed into the water; the supporting structures were severely damaged and were no longer useable. No one was injured and there was no pollution. Sirena Seaways was subsequently moved to another berth to disembark the passengers and vehicles.

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Grounding of the general cargo ship DOUWENT

At 02561 on 26 February 2013, the United Kingdom (UK) registered general cargo ship Douwent grounded on Haisborough Sand in the North Sea. The vessel re-floated approximately 1 hour later and anchored in safe water nearby. Douwent lost its rudder during the grounding and had to be towed by tug to Rotterdam, the Netherlands, for survey and repair. There were no injuries and no pollution.

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