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Greek navy HS Kallisto cut in half during collision with Maersk Launceston


published on 30 October 2020 590 -

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Ex-RN minehunter (former HMS Berkeley) serving with Greek navy as HS Kallisto cut in half during collision with Maersk containership, Maersk Launceston, a Portuguese-flagged container ship.

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