Efforts to refloat a ship that carries Airbus wings from North Wales to France have been put back for another week.
The Ciudad de Cadiz became stranded on a sandbank on Wednesday, just outside the Port of Mostyn.
"Recent high tides have been lower than predicted so a decision has been taken to postpone refloating the vessel until next Saturday 9th February" said an Airbus spokesperson.
"The vessel remains in a secure and safe position on the sand bank and there is no marine pollution"
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