Hopper dredger VEERA PREM was grounded by cyclone Gaja in the morning Nov 16 at Nagapattinam coast, Tamil Nadi State, southeast India, Bay of Bengal. Reportedly dredger remains aground, authorities tasked with her refloating. No leak reported.
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Hopper Dredger Aground off India
Hopper dredger VEERA PREM was grounded by cyclone Gaja in the morning Nov 16 at Bay of Bengal.
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