Disappeared for a year: Now is the mysterious ship appeared

the Storm Dennis was a powerful satan, there could also be felt in Denmark. the Worst of it was, however, in addition to the british isles, where the brits bl

Disappeared for a year: Now is the mysterious ship appeared

the Storm Dennis was a powerful satan, there could also be felt in Denmark. the Worst of it was, however, in addition to the british isles, where the brits bl

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
17 February 2020 Monday 16:00
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Disappeared for a year: Now is the mysterious ship appeared

the Storm Dennis was a powerful satan, there could also be felt in Denmark.

the Worst of it was, however, in addition to the british isles, where the brits blown away in the weekend. But in the irish city of Cork, there are also other things that have stolen the headlines.

Sunday swept suddenly a huge ship up in a small fishing village near Ballycotton, and it turned out to be an old favorite. The ship MV Alta, who has been away for more than a year.

this was stated by The Cork County Council.

the Article continues under the picture ...

HMS Protector/Royal Navy

- the Ship will be examined tomorrow (today, red.) in the daylight. From a security point of view we ask people to be away from the area where the shipwreck is located. This is because the ship is a dangerous place on an unstable coastline, they write.

It went seriously wrong for the then 42-year-old ship, the MV Alta in september 2018, where the ship is sailing under a tanzanian flag, went to pieces on a journey from Greece to Haiti.

HMS Protector/Royal Navy

The ten crew members were evacuated by the u.s. coast guard since the ship is not salvaged. But there was never anything done by the wreck.

Supposedly it was hijacked in august 2019, just as it has been seen in the Atlantic in september last year.

But no one knows exactly to the ship's fate. Until now.

It is the theory that the MV Alta is powered up from Africa, through spain and finally Dennis took the ship to Ireland, writes The Guardian.

Photo: HMS Protector/Royal Navy

Updated: 17.02.2020 16:00
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