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MV Arvin 17.01.21 - Moment of breaking of the ship


published on 7 February 2021 568 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "arxipelagos com". Originally published on 2021-01-30.
On 17.01.2021, at 12:35 pm, the research conducted by the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure based on the distress signal received from the Satellite Assisted Search and Rescue System (Cospas-Sarsat system), it was found that the Palau flagged Arvin ship was sunk, and the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure Main Search and Rescue Coordination Center Search and rescue elements were immediately dispatched to the region. Due to adverse weather conditions, the ship anchored in the administrative area of ​​our Bartın Port Authority on 15.01.2020, broke and sank in the area where it was anchored at 12.35 hours on 17.01.2020.

Editors note:
A scene you see very rarely: Every ship is made of steel, but steel can break from overload or exhaustion. And steel is heavier than water and the ship will sink. Here, everything then happens very quickly...
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