Titan raises bulker bow then scuttles it; Chief Engineer found guilty in magic pipe case


Titan raises bulker bow then scuttles it

December 18, 2014—Crowley Maritime Corp.’s Titan Salvage has successfully refloated the bow, the largest and most challenging section of the wrecked bulk carrier Smart, and then scuttled it in designated waters. The vessel was carrying a load of coal when it went aground in August 2013 in heavy seas in Richards Bay, South Africa.




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