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Disabled German freighter towed to Singapore



AHT Ursus arrived to Singapore on Nov 25 with German freighter Batz on tow, reported vesseltracker.com. Vessel was disabled near Cocos Island, Indian ocean, on the way from Cape Town. Batz was docked the same day. General cargo vessel Batz IMO 9290048, dwt 10385, built 2004, flag Antigua, manager ECKHOFF GMBH & CO KG, Germany.



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