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Bulk carrier Fu Sheng Hai aground off Busan
Category :- Accidents Author :- Editorial 
Posted on July 3, 2013, 8:44 am

Bulk carrier Fu Sheng Hai ran aground on July 1 13 on or near Saeng island off Busan, Japan sea. Vessel was en route from Lianyungang China to Busan Korea, with cargo of steel and plywood. Judging from AIS, in the afternoon July 3 vessel was probably, still aground. Bulk carrier Fu Sheng Hai, IMO 9071703, dwt 52580, built 1993, flag Panama, manager FUZHOU WANFU SHIP MANAGEMENT, China.
 





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