A tanker en route from Russia collided with a boat in the Dardanelles

The Turkish authorities sent a rescue boat and a tugboat. There were no casualties or deaths, the boat that collided with the tanker was damaged

< p>The tanker Karakuz, en route from Russia to Greece, collided in the Dardanelles with a boat carrying two people. This was announced on Twitter by the Turkish Coast Guard.

The incident occurred near the settlement of Burkhanli. The agency sent a rescue tug and a boat to the scene.

According to data from the MarineTraffic portal, which broadcasts the location of ships in real time, the 140-meter Karakuz is now located near the port city of Canakkale. According to the system, it moves independently in its direction. Next to him is the Turkeli tug, which the authorities sent to the scene. The port of Canakkale is indicated as the destination of Turkeli.

TRT Haber writes that there were no deaths or injuries during the incident. According to preliminary data, the boat involved in the collision was damaged.

According to VesselFinder, Karakuz— an oil tanker built in 2013, it sails under the flag of Russia. On August 20, the tanker left the port of Novorossiysk.

The owner of the vessel— OJSC “Ak Bars Leasing”, port of registry— St. Petersburg, follows from the Korabel.ru portal.

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