Three ferries collided in Sunda Strait

Three ferries, anchored at southern anchorage of Bakauheni Port, Sumatra, Sunda Strait, collided in the morning Dec 3. Ferry AMARISA dragged her anchor and allided, consequently, with ferry NUSA ASUNG and with ferry SUKI 2, according to ships’ tracks. All the ships sustained damages, see photos iNews TV / Heri Fulistiawan below
Passenger ro-ro cargo ship AMARISA, IMO 8602074, GT 9521, built 1986, flag Indonesia.
Ro-ro cargo ship NUSA AGUNG, IMO 7027423, GT 5730, built 1970, flag Indonesia.
Passenger ro-ro cargo ship SUKI 2, IMO 9066722, GT 2052, built 1993, flag Indonesia.

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