Cargo Ship Runs Aground at Silloth

Cargo Ship Runs Aground at Silloth - Merchant Navy Info - News

A cargo ship run aground at Silloth.

The 89.88m cargo ship Bremen came unstuck in the early hours.

The vessel, which flies under the flag of Cyprus, left Klaipeda in Lithuania on May 2nd. It arrived at Silloth at around 12.10 am today.

It is owned by the Baltic Shipping Company. The company has no previous reports of trouble.

An Associated British Ports spokesman said: “We can confirm that there was an incident involving the grounding of a vessel at the Port of Silloth in the early hours of May 8.

“The situation has been managed safely and the vessel has been refloated and is now berthed within the port.”

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