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Ferry services affected as ship stalls at Likoni

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By Weldon Kipkemoi | May 30th 2021
A ship heading to the Kilindini harbour stalls at the Likoni crossing channel causing ferry delays. [Edward Odinga, Standard]

A ship stalled at the Likoni Channel, blocking ferry operations that serve hundreds of pedestrians and vehicles per day.

The vessel, which is more than 200 metres long, developed a mechanical problem, according to the Kenya Ferry Services.

The Cyprian flagged ship had just left the Base Titanium terminal when it stalled a few metres away.

Ferries had to use longer routes to manoeuvre their way across the channel. Two Kenya Ports Authority salvage tugboats towed the ship to the Base Titanium ram.

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