December 2015: Navigation warning TTS Singapore Strait
Members are advised of an incident, which occurred on Wednesday 16th December in the eastbound lane of the Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS) in the Singapore Strait. A chemical tanker and freighter collided resulting in damage to the chemical tanker while the freighter sank. There is no disruption to shipping traffic in the Singapore Strait and the Maritime Port Authority have issued the attached chart detailing the location of the vessel.
Vessel sunk in the Straits of Singapore in the east bound lane of TSS (80 KB)
Source UK P&I
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