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German boxship Conmar Cape aground off Subic Bay



Boxship Conmar Cape ran aground off Subic Bay, Philippines, on Nov 3 2012, after vessel left Manila en route to Hong Kong. No details available at the moment, vessel presumably is still aground as of Nov 9. AIS seems to be switched off since the time of grounding. Boxship Conmar Cape IMO 9242572, dwt 7968, capacity 735 TEU, built 2002, flag Antigua, manager CONMAR SHIPPING GMBH, Germany.


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