Seaworthiness probe after CMA CGM vessel loses 40 containers in rough seas

May 27, 2020 Sam Whelan

A containership off the coast of Australia lost 40 boxes overboard in rough weather on Sunday, with cargo including face masks now washing up on beaches near Sydney.
CMA CGM’s 5,510 teu APL England lost propulsion during heavy seas, according to the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA), while sailing to Melbourne from Ningbo,
The Singapore-flagged vessel was around 73km south-east of Sydney when the incident happened, and while  power was restored within ...

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