Maersk Containership Broken Down in the Pacific Ocean

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    An ocean-going tug from Dutch Harbor, Alaska has arrived on site of a Maersk-operated containership that has been been broken down for more than two weeks in the Pacific Ocean.

    As of the latest update, the ship was currently located some 650 miles off Dutch Harbor, AK.

    Maersk reports that the MV Maersk Eureka was forced to shut off its main engine back on March 12 to replace a damaged fuel pump as it was en route to Long Beach. While the vessel was initially able to continue its voyage, the main again had to be shut off again on March 14 and the 366-meter-long ship has been adrift ever since as crews fear restarting the engine could cause further damage.

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