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« on: October 08, 2011, 11:23:07 am »

Montenegrin Online news "Vijesti" report that:

 "Long cargo ship sank in 48 meters last night at the west coast of Norway, a rescue team searching for a missing person, after they rescued two sailors.


 The Norwegian authorities announced that they are on the boat, which sank last night around 23:30 at middle european time, about 700 meters from the coast, located just three people, reported Reuters.


 It is not known what led to the sinking of the ship owned by the company "Rifilke Siping", who sailed along the Norwegian coast."

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« Reply #1 on: October 08, 2011, 11:56:09 am »

The vessel which capsized and sank was FINNØYGLIMT (IMO 5341849), built 1962 at Hagelstein, Lübeck as German STÖRTEBEKER. There was not so much wind when the accident happened, but we experienced quite some NW-ly swell. While we passed the area again an hour ago, there was still 2 coast-guard vessels searching for the missing Polish seaman. People was also going along the rocky shore-side looking for him.
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