Malta

CARGO SHIP CAMADAN

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Turkish ship M/V Camadan, carrying a cargo of fertilizer and 12 crewmembers, sent out an SOS call. Maltese Armed Forces said that the vessel reported on 12 March 2002 that she was taking in water at around 6.30am in rough seas 15 miles South West of Malta. American Cruiser USS Vella Gulf and Dutch Tug Smit Wijs Typhoon, both bound for Malta, assisted vessel & averted any danger of sinking. Maltese helicopter was at the scene and rescued the crewmembers.

Particulars

Built 1982 by Sedef Gemi Endustrisi - Turkey. Length: 80.27 m. Breedte: 13.71

Warnings

Open sea. Currents, swell and waves!

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CARGO SHIP CAMADAN Features

Nicknames
M/V Camadan
Address
N.v.t. N/A
Parking
At boat charter
Suitable for
Experienced wreck divers , technical diving
Permit
N.v.t.
Access
Free access, by shot line or anchor line
Facilities
None
Water
Salt
Tide
N.v.t.
Kind of dive
Boat dive / wreck dive / technical diving
Current
Limited / strong / variable
Visibility
10 - 40 m.
Average visibility
20 m.
Depth
104 m .
Bottom
zand
Life
John dory or peter's fish
Other recreation
None
Emergency
112

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