A general cargo ship with 2,500 tons of tapioca on board ran aground on the northern coast of Sebuku island, Indonesia, reports Maritime Bulletin.
General cargo ship NOAH SATU ran aground on the northern coast of Sebuku island, Sunda Strait, Indonesia, early in the morning Oct 14.
She was loaded with 2,500 tons of tapioca and was en route from Panjang, southern Sumatra.
The ship was refloated in the morning Oct 18 with the help of the tug, and taken to Bakauheni anchorage, Sumatra, Sunda Strait.
Any damages reported?
The vessel is yet to be inspected for any possible damages.
About the vessel
General cargo ship NOAH SATU, IMO 9313620, dwt 3455, built 2004, flag Indonesia, manager ANUGERAH SAMUDRA INDOMAKMUR.
Source: Maritime Bulletin