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Here’s one to interest our European ship-spotter readers. For many years plying the Rotterdam-UK east coast ports for Feederlink, the 538teu, 1995-built Yusuf Cepnioglu – previously the Nordsea Trader and now operated by Finland’s Containerships on its intra-Mediterranean service – has seemingly made its final voyage, after an unscheduled stop in the southern Aegean Sea on the rocky coast of Greece’s Mykonos Island. The ill-fated ship was en route from Izmir, Turkey to Biserte, Tunisia laded with 204 containers when the incident happened. All 14 crew members are reported to have been rescued.
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