Damaged Vessel Repaired

Friday, March 14, 2008

A P&O cruise liner damaged in stormy weather on its way from Southampton to the has left port after being fully repaired, BBC reported.  Artemis, carrying 1,188 passengers, made an unscheduled call at , , for the work.
The ship headed off after the damage to the anchor stowage area was fixed, P&O said.

Source:  BBC

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