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Transport ship breaks lines, damages yachts

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A story in gCaptain yesterday reported that the mooring lines holding a transport ship broke free in a Greek port on Friday, setting the 170m ship loose in a storm. Two sailing yachts in the harbor were damaged. The 44m schooner S/Y H&B 1 was sunk and a small catamaran was party submerged.

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