Three Ferries Collide in Sunda Strait

   December 4, 2019 ,   Accidents

Three passenger ferries (Indonesian-flagged) that were anchored at the southern anchorage of Port Bakauheni (Sumatra Island, Indonesia, in Sunda Strait) collided Tuesday morning, December 3.

The ship AMARISA (1986-built) dragged its anchor and consequently colided with the ship NUSA ASUNG (1970-built 1970) and with the ship SUKI 2, (1993-built).

Three Ferries Collide in Sunda Strait

All the ferries sustained damages.

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