Tanker diverts to Bermuda due to sick crew member

Nov 23 2022


An oil tanker diverted to Bermuda to transfer a crew member suffering from a medical condition.

An oil tanker – traveling from Singapore to Mexico – diverted to Bermuda to transfer a crew member suffering from a medical condition.

A Bermuda Maritime Operations Centre spokesperson said, “Friday 18th November 2022, 1:10 am – Bermuda Maritime Operations Centre received notification from the ships management company, advising that the Liberian Registered 160,061grt oil tanker M/V C-Grace, was proceeding to Bermuda to transfer a crew member suffering from a medical condition, that required attention at a local Hospital Facility.

 

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