MV Kanuni D.S. – Wikipedia



Turkish shipment send

Historical past
Identify Kanuni D.S.
Proprietor Es Workforce Denizcilik Sanayi Ve Ticaret Anonim Şirketi
Port of registry  Turkey
Builder Özata Shipyard, Yalova
Laid down 4 November 2016
Introduced 9 February 2017
Finished 29 Might 2017
Common traits
Elegance and sort K20-class dredging send
Tonnage 551 GT
Duration 41 m (134 feet 6 in)
Beam 16 m (52 feet 6 in)
Draft 2 m (6 feet 7 in)
Propulsion Diesel
Velocity 12 kn

MV Kanuni D.S. is a Turkish dredging send that was once grounded within the Dardanelles to steer clear of sinking in September 2019.


Kanuni D.S. is a K20-class dredger, used to take away sediment from the ocean ground. It has a gross tonnage of 551 GT. Its duration is 41 metres (135 feet), its beam is 16 metres (52 feet), and a draft of two metres (6 feet 7 in). Its diesel propulsion permits it a most velocity of 12 knots.[1][2]

Historical past[edit]

Kanuni D.S. was once laid down on 4 November 2016 in Özata Shipyard, Yalova. It was once introduced on 9 February 2017 and finished for the corporate Es Workforce Denizcilik Sanayi Ve Ticaret Anonim Şirketi on 29 Might 2017.[1]

On 1 September 2019, Kanuni was once anchored off the coast of Çanakkale, ready to transit to Yalova. That night, after the send introduced up anchor and was once off the Marble Cape, it all started to tackle water in its entrance portion. Its captain known as the native maritime authority, which despatched the tugboat Rescue-6 to help Kanuni. Ahead of the tugboat arrived, the captain of Kanuni maneuvered the send in opposition to the shore, and controlled to floor it with the intention to save you its sinking. The workforce spent the night time on board regardless of the entrance phase being totally submerged, and the send was once checked for protection via Coast Guard groups.[3][4]



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