Greek tanker with Russian crude broke down in Marmara sea

Crude oil tanker CLYDE suffered engine failure in Marmara sea south of Istanbul on Nov 8 while apparently, heading for Bosphorus.

Vessel Traffic Control responded sending tug, tanker was towed to Ahirkapi Anchorage and anchored. Remained anchored as of morning Nov 9. Ship’s said by

Turkish authorities to be en route from Denmark to Istanbul, though initial voyage started at Ust Luga on Oct 20. Ship’s in full load according to KEGM photos, so assumedly she’s carrying a cargo of Russian crude.

No description available.

Crude Oil Tanker CLYDE is currently located at BSEA – Marmara Sea at position 40° 56′ 12.5″ N, 028° 52′ 11.0″ E as reported by MarineTraffic Terrestrial Automatic Identification System on 2022-11-09 09:58 UTC (5 minutes ago)

The wind in this area at that time blows from Northeast direction at force 2 Beaufort.

The vessel is currently at port ISTANBUL ANCH, TR after a voyage of 20 days, 22 hours originating from port UST-LUGA, RU.

CLYDE (IMO: 9269245) is a Crude Oil Tanker that was built in 2004 (18 years ago) and is sailing under the flag of Panama.

It’s carrying capacity is 73431 t DWT and her current draught is reported to be 13.4 meters. Her length overall (LOA) is 228 meters and her width is 32 meters.

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