(ISLE OF WIGHT) Maritime & Coastguard Report: An oil tanker became wedged on a shingle bank off the after running aground on Monday #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Oct.27: It has been anchored off the island, since being refloated at high water overnight: The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) said it will be berthed for an inspection by surveyors.

#AceDailyNews according to BBC England Report: Oil tanker runs aground off Isle of Wight: The Liberian registered Chem Alya ran aground off The Needles shortly after leaving Fawley en route to Eygpt on Monday at about 16:20 BST.

Chem Alya grounded off the Needles
The tanker ran aground on Monday afternoon shortly after leaving the port of Fawley

An MCA spokeswoman said the vessel’s hull remained sound “there is no pollution, no ingress of water and it has propulsion and power”. 

NCI NeedlesThe stricken vessel was reported to the coastguard by volunteer watchkeepers at The Needles coastguard station

#AceNewsDesk report ………………Published: Oct.27: 2021:

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LIBYA: ‘ AIR-FORCE ATTACK GREEK OPERATED OIL TANKER IN MILITANT CONTROLLED PORT ‘

#AceWorldNews – LIBYA:Jan.05: The Libyan air force has attacked a Greek operated oil tanker in the militant controlled port of Derna, killing two of the crew and injuring another two, AFP reports.

Aegean Shipping, which runs the tanker, said that no oil has leaked out and the company is as assessing the damage.

A Libyan military spokesman said the tanker was “suspicious” and had been hit because it had not been inspected before entering the port.

The Libyan military carried out several attacks on Derna last year in an attempt to weaken the Islamic militants, who have controlled it for the past two years.

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