The situation has remained stable with continuous pumping out of diesel from the bulk carrier OS 35 overnight in the Port of Gibraltar. As of 7 am today, 197 cubic metres of diesel have been removed from the vessel. This represents around eighty per cent of the...
An inspection of the fendering after berthing to ensure proper cushioning is a good practice. The Nautical Institute gives this advice in its latest Mars Report after a tanker suffered a puncture in its hull due to an unprotected upper edge of the fender. The Nautical...
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