Overheated oil prompts manly ferry emergency
The ship was travelling north when it suddenly overheated due to the hot weather. It docked on Friday and was left stranded on the main berthing deck due to the lack of available space on the ship’s deck. A passenger onboard managed to make it onto the ship and immediately went to the crew for help.
The passenger said: “We managed to make it onto the ship about an hour into our journey with no problem. We were about 300 metres up the deck and were at the top when we heard this huge blast and felt the hot air hitting the ceiling. The ship’s ceilin바카라사이트g became about 300cm high and we saw huge water damage on the tops of the ship’s windows where the oil was pouring out.”
The passenger also said that the ship’s boiler room was flooded as the boat was travelling up the water and that the ship experienced heatwave.
The ship was damaged by the heatwave in June 2014 and this caused it to suffer a significant deterioration in its internal components and to sink. At that time, the ship suffered an internal leak, a le바카라ak which had occurred in the boiler room of the ship, as well as a faulty main deck main gun and its associated parts. The passenger was able to recover the ship’s engines and the oil tank and it returned to service three days later.
The accident caused a huge f우리카지노inancial strain to the company, forcing them to seek a private insurance fund against potential legal action.
After investigating, the ferry company was able to come to an agreement in principle with its insurance broker with the aim of saving the vessel for next year’s Olympic Games.
The vessel has been towed to a nearby harbour where it is expected to be towed away in approximately 30 days.