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Bahamian containership 'MOL Courage'
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No: 23546   Contributor: David T. Jackson   Year: 2014   Manufacturer: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan   Country: Japan
Bahamian containership 'MOL Courage'

Nassau-registered containership "MOL Courage" (86,692 tons gross, built 2008 by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Nagasaki), owned by Mitsui-OSK Lines, Tokyo, at Kobe on 15th January 2014. She is a sister of the "MOL Comfort" which broke in two in the Arabian Sea on June 17th 2013, with the after part sinking the same day & the fore part, after being taken in tow & later breaking out on fire, sinking on 11th July; fortunately without loss of life. The sister ships are being strengthened in turn at Kobe.
Picture added on 16 January 2014 at 09:07
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