Update on Sinking of Ice Prince

Friday, January 18, 2008
The UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) said that the estimated clearance over the wreck of the ICE PRINCE is 46.8 meters, but that an Irish Lights vessel will examine and confirm the clearance. In the meantime, a temporary exclusion zone of 1000 meters is in effect. Bundles of the floating timber are breaking up, but may still present a hazard, particularly for smaller vessels. An incident report provides further details. Source: HK Law
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