Grounding in Russia’s Bourgas Bay

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

According to a Feb. 8 report from The Sofia Echo, a Russian flagged ship, Irtysh 1, has been forced onto the shallow waters and sand of Bourgas Bay, the Bulgarian Ministry of Transport said on its website. Strong winds and high seas tore the ship's anchor and made it drift to the beach near the village of Kraimorie.

(Source: The Sofia Echo)
 

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