Turkish freighter troubled in Greek waters

Update: According to Greek sources, vessel suffered water ingress in engine room and sailed to Greek waters, looking for shelter from stormy weather. Not clear yet if she’s aground or at anchor, reportedly 12 crew of Ukrainian and Azerbaijan nationalities, were evacuated as a precaution. The ship is loaded with 2700 tons of Russian flour, destined for Famagusta.
Dec 23: General cargo ship LITTLE SEYMA seems to be aground on eastern coast of a small island of Trakonisi, off eastern tip of Mykonos island, Aegean sea, since evening Dec 22, after apparently, some trouble. She’s en route from Tuzla Turkey to Famagusta Cyprus.
General cargo ship LITTLE SEYMA, IMO 7832804, dwt 3639, built 1980, flag Panama, manager M&M; MARINE SHIPPING CO LTD.



Hi! My name is Stepan Kotcherga, I’m Merchant Marine Navigation Officer, now a Second Officer working on dry cargo ships. My home is in Ukraine. I’m contributing maritime news and inside info.