“K” Line Ro-Ro runs aground offshore Sweden

 MarineTraffic.com/Helmut Ivers
MarineTraffic.com/Helmut Ivers

K Line's Makassary Highway ran aground offshore Sweden on the way to Sodertalije from Cuxhaven Port in Germany on Monday morning.

The Ro-Ro is owned and operated by K Line's European subsidiary, K Line European Sea Highway Services.

K Line has confirmed that all crew members are safe and no cargo onboard the vessel is damaged, while some damages on the hull are noted.

The details of the incident including oil leakage are currently under investigation.

The 2001-built Makassary Highway has a length of 139 metres, breadth of 23.2 metres, gross tonnage of 17,735 tonnes and can accommodate a crew of 18 people.

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