Malaysian flagged yacht stranded in Singaraja

Malaysian flagged yacht stranded in Singaraja

Malaysian flagged yacht  stranded on northern coast of  Singaraja after fishermen reported it on Wednesday, February 23 2022 at 8 AM. The identity of the Yacht Sundancer 44, the flag of Malaysia”, said Head of Public Relations of the Buleleng Police, Iptu I Gede Sumarjaya, The ship was found stranded without  crew at 08.00 H The Polairud Polres Buleleng immediately checked  the yacht but no crew members were found and the cabin was locked , The identity of the owner was unknown.


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Malaysian flagged yacht stranded in SingarajaThere is a leak in the right side of the yacht due to hitting a stone. It is suspected that this ship broke its mooring rope so that it was swept away by the current. Efforts have been made to secure the ship so that it does not drift away again and contact the PHRI Buleleng or the hotel. The Australian owner may be staying at a hotel in the Buleleng area”,

Malaysian flagged yacht stranded in Singaraja

According the police  the manager of hotel The Lovina  came to report the loss of the yacht. The hotel manager said that the yacht was originally anchored on the beachfront of the hotel. Due to strong winds, the mooring line broke and eventually drifted for three kilometers.

Malaysian flagged yacht stranded in Singaraja


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