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The MOL Comfort saga has come to an end.
According to an emailed report by the Indian Coast Guard, the burned out wreck parted her tow line and disappeared into the inky depths of the Indian Ocean at around 0100 IST.
Her last position was at 19’56″N 65’25″E, in a water depth of about 3,000 meters according to Mitsui O.S.K. Lines.
The following is one of the last images taken of the wreck before she sank, sent to us earlier today:
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