Thai cargo ship ran aground, abandoned, Gulf of Siam UPDATE photos

General cargo ship SUNTUD SAMUT 3 with cargo of containers ran aground in Surat Thani Province waters east of Koh Samui, Gulf of Thailand, at around 2000 LT (UTC +7) Oct 24, understood while en route to Laem Chabang from Surat Thani, with cargo of wood. The ship developed portside list, aft tilt. 10 crew abandoned the ship and were picked up by local fishermen.
General cargo ship with container capacity SUNTUD SAMUT 3, IMO 9089401, dwt 2567, built 2005, flag Thailand, manager SUNTUD LAE, Thammarat Province, southeast Thailand.

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