Bulk Carrier Runs Aground

Wednesday, May 10, 2000
Mozambique: The Cyprus-registered bulk carrier Artemis SB, fully loaded with granite, ran aground at Beira port, Mozambique, on Sunday, May 7, Reuters reported. The 40,846 dwt vessel can only be refloated with the aid of a dredger, which is expected to arrive from Durban by May 17.

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