Tanker disabled, towed to safety, Myrtoan sea

May 16, 2020 Maritime Safety News

Product tanker SEAVEN JOY suffered engine failure in western Kafirea Straits, Myrtoan sea, late May 7, while en route from Piraeus to undeclared port, sailing in eastern direction. Disabled drifting tanker was taken on tow by tug early May 8, and towed to Lavrion anchorage, southeast Attica, Greece. she was anchored there same day, as of 0600 UTC May 9, remained in the same position.

IMRRA, FleetMon’s official Vessel Risk Rating Partner, risk assessed this tanker as having a GREEN risk rating, with a specific risk rating of 34% (17-APR-18), compared to the fleet average 36%. New risk assessment reports can be purchased via FleetMon.
Red: Poorest performing; Amber: Average value; Green: Good indicator.